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On 07/02/2021 at 07:56, dayvid said:

This little lot should be arriving early next week ,

Love my Fox Supa Brolly System , just fancied a change and more space .

FOX FRONTIER BIVVY - Carp Fishing Shelter - YouTube

 

They do look the business, but the prices are unreel, all new bivvys now look around £500/£600 + Mark. 

£589 for Bivvy, £689 incl Inner Dome, £200 for wrap. 

But still... Wouldn't say no if I was bought 1 😁

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To be honest it is hard to say this bivvy is over priced that material they use at 20.000 hh is as good as it will get due to weight issues with a higher HH,, the add ons' soon add up though inner domes  and mozzie mesh come with a heavy carp tax as they are made to fit.   Would really like one of these with all the add ons'.

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Took my Frontier X out for a test ,yesterday
Total weight with Vapour peak ,ground sheet pegs ect in the bag came in at 16.6 Kg.
It fits a Nash SS3 Wide with around 6 inches clearance at both ends .and plenty of room inside .
Clipping the arms in is relatively straightforward , taking apart does make you feel like you may bend them , but i didnt, how long the boss will last clipping them in and out (wear and tear) ,who knows .
All in all, id say well made and an excellent bivvy 

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2 minutes ago, elmoputney said:

It does look good

That mudflap in the groundsheet is a good idea isn't it, groundsheets never seem to recover from a mudfest 👍

 

It wouldn't surprise me that more manufacturers do this to their ground sheets in the future.

Oh the other thing is they market the groundsheet a HEAVY duty , No way  at best MEDIUM duty , my Fox Supa brolly ground sheet is Heavy Duty 

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59 minutes ago, dayvid said:

It wouldn't surprise me that more manufacturers do this to their ground sheets in the future.

Oh the other thing is they market the groundsheet a HEAVY duty , No way  at best MEDIUM duty , my Fox Supa brolly ground sheet is Heavy Duty 

I am quite surprised more haven't already tbh its simple but a good idea 

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