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  1. Pelle Fälth
    Dec 7, 2014 @ 18:33



  2. Raketen
    Dec 8, 2014 @ 00:37

    Varför inte!?
    Man slipper bågar och tillhörande fästen m.m
    Vikten bör vara betydligt lägre. Tror inte den ersätter
    en vanlig supstuga. Men för de som tycker en klassik är för dyr eller för knölig att ha. Kan det nog vara ett nog så bra alternativ. Själv kommer ingen klassisk hamna på min båt. Av båda anledningarna ovan.


  3. Thomas Wiberg
    Dec 8, 2014 @ 09:44

    Innovation är kul men behöver kopplas ihop med god design för att lyckas. Detta känns instinktivt som varande för fult för att lyckas, Men, med lite fix av form och färg så kanske! Lycka till!


  4. Lasse
    Dec 8, 2014 @ 09:46

    Håller med Pelle F! Den övre bilden/grafiken är väl OK men är ju super ful på fotot. Har visserligen aldrig ägt ett sittbrunnstält men hade nog gått på en traditionell supstuga //L


  5. lars
    Dec 8, 2014 @ 12:03

    Hillebergs tunneltält, pinnar och väv till en 40 fotare bör väga tre kilo……


  6. Ny Supstuga – BoatTent | Wasa 30 SWE 31
    Dec 9, 2014 @ 13:27

    […] Tipstack till Blur-Peter! […]


  7. Lyman
    Dec 9, 2014 @ 13:32

    Klart positiv. Super Early Bird Special #4 av 15 är härmed inmutad. Nu får man hålla tummarna att projektet blir verklighet!


  8. Anibal Damiao
    Dec 9, 2014 @ 13:50

    Hi everyone,

    I hope i can reply to some of the comments in English since my Swedish ain’t very good ;)

    @Pelle Fälth and @Raketen, our goal is not to replace a traditional cockpit cover always. Some boats will still have them and we end solving different cases:
    – We just got an order for an WASA 30: small boat, minimal cruising capability that gets an upgrade with a cockpit cover that can be quickly setup. Same with j88, seascape 27,…
    – Farr 40 or j boat fleet that is used in club racing but that once in a while may need some protection (ORC to malmo and overnight stay, perhaps?)
    – Brenta and other cool design boats or race boats that would never consider having a traditional fixed cockpit cover but that can benefit from the sporadic convenience of one
    – Owners with cruisers or racers that would prefer to keep their boat aesthetics clean than to drill 30 holes on the deck to install a traditioanl, fixed cockpit cover

    @Thomas Wiberg and @Lasse we agree, there’s some room for improvement and that’s our first focus.The awesome part of crowdfunding is that our backers will be part of our future direction since we’ll constantly share progress with them and open room for feedback. They’re our best advisors and we hope to get valuable feedback along the way.

    @Lars, yes! We are currently aiming at closer to 4Kg for a 40 footer though, mainly because the inflating is structural and includes both textile and inflating bladder but final details on weight aren’t known yet. The tent overall is a bit sturdier than the lightest camping/hiking tents.

    I’ll be glad to get feedback and discuss ideas if any of you wishes to: anibal at boatTENT dot com


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