TANKER FRONTVIEW carp fishing bivvy

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Key feature
The surface of the Tanker Frontview accommodates 2 bedchairs for better comfort and improved organisation. The optional fly cover improves the waterproofness and comfort of the Bivvy.
Users reviews
4.2 / 5 178 ratings

User Benefits

The covered floor area is 6.5 m² accommodating 2 bedchairs.
Waterproof canvas 200 deniers. Optional 150 denier fly cover.
This bivvy can resist 80 km/h wind. 16 mm aluminium poles.
The interior windows allow you to keep an eye on the water and enjoy the scenery


155 cm
240 cm
295 cm
Main fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Pole : 100.0% Aluminium Floor mat : 100.0% Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) - Phtalate free
Providing irreproachable reliability regardless of your fishing conditions, the Rapid Tanker's waterproofing is controlled and validated in the laboratory using rigorous protocols. The latter reproduce catastrophic weather conditions, namely 200 l/m2/h. For information, meteorologists consider rain to be strong when it exceeds 8 l /m2/h and very exceptionally do major storms reach 100l/m2/h.
2 years


Storage Tips
We recommend storing your Bivvy only after the canvas is dry


Once unfolded the bivvy measures: Height: 155 cm, Width: 240 cm, Length: 295 cm. The bivvy interior is large enough for 2 anglers with room for their bedchairs. A floor covering removable via a zipper is included. WEIGHT: 11kg. The tanker is easy to carry thanks to the straps on its carrying bag.
The fully waterproof canvas keeps you dry under all conditions. For total protection you can close the door with its zipper. This also allows quick opening when getting out.
1. A rip-tab on the front awning of the bivvy holds your rod when you want to change rigging or bait. This prevents the rod slipping and getting damaged on the ground. 2. A fly cover compatible with the Tanker is also available on our website. Bivvy fly covers are essential for withstanding extreme conditions (winter, heavy rain...), and they also prevent condensation in your tent.
The structure of the 16 mm aluminium poles allows the bivvy to withstand strong winds up to 80 km/h. To secure the tent to the ground, there are 8 anchor points. A set of guidelines with twists is included. In order to tighten up the entire bivvy, 4 adjustable poles are included.
6 windows enable observing the activity of the fish from your bedchair and enjoy the atmosphere of your post. There are 3 on the front door. There is one on each side and one on the back. You have the option of closing them to block out the daylight. The back window is a mosquito net enabling both ventilation and protection from possible mosquitoes.

Users reviews

4.2 / 5 178 ratings
160 users recommended this product

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  • Man
    Under 20 years old
    11 June 2017
    Use since 1 week or less
    That review has been deposited on this product version

    The tent it's self is good but with out the overwrap leaks like a Siv

    Brand's answer :

    Hi Joe,

    Many thanks for your mail. The Bivvy should be fully waterproof without the use of the overwrap which is to give added insulation and prevent condensation, my apologies if this not the case with yours and there would appear to be a problem with the product. Please could you return it to your closest store or via the online process for an exchange?
    Kind Regards,

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  • Man
    40-49 years old
    20 February 2017
    Use since 7 to 12 months
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    Excellent bivvy for the money

    Very well made bivvy lots of room and great head hight

  • Man
    40-49 years old
    05 September 2016
    Use since 2 to 8 weeks
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    Good for the price and value

    I've now used this bivvy on five sessions. Some advise, put some vasilean on the pole ends ( they can stick). Also I have sown in some jml fly screens. Its a shame it's not built in. The bag could be larger, but I bought a golfing bag from decathlon that I can get the bivvy in with the ground sheet still in place.
    By pushing the rear framework up you can make the bivvy small enough for a one man for those tighter swims.