BT2+stove(pictures,video) and 4 man photos

BT2+stove(pictures,video) and 4 man photos

Postby reaper » Wed Jan 14, 2015 9:15 am

My bt2 from seek outside,love this little shelter tipi style,its good for 1 pers+stove and a dog...2 pers WITHOUT stove,if you are a dwarf 2 pers with a stove will be palace haha,just kidding.I use for pole a shooting stick and ice anchor for stakes.The picture with snow on it was a morning at minus (-26C) ishhh.To be honest i was not able to go outside of the tipi cus the zipper were to freaking freezed so i start a fire in the stove and after 30 min the zippers were good to go.

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and a little video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdgm-RKGtZM
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Re: BT2+stove(pictures,video)

Postby kevin_t » Wed Jan 14, 2015 3:39 pm

Glad you are enjoying it. Great little shelter
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Re: BT2+stove(pictures,video)

Postby reaper » Wed Jan 14, 2015 6:19 pm

In fact its for the kids,Kevin prepare your shipping departement cus now i want a 4 man for me :) Say thanks to Living Survival he just convicted me with his review :)
I will use the bt2 for solo fishing of course i just love this gear :)
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Re: BT2+stove(pictures,video)

Postby reaper » Sat Jan 17, 2015 9:06 pm

Used the bt2 again today with my sister at -27C Quebec,Canada,this shelter save our day,it was freaking cold.We were 2+stove and minimal gear(packs were outside of the tipi)No luck for fishing,only one Pike.Just an awesome day with my sister :D
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Re: BT2+stove(pictures,video)

Postby Log9mm » Sun Jan 18, 2015 7:42 am

Awesome man! Something tells me at least one of those is going to end up on the SO site or fb page. Your thread also really makes me want a BT2 even though I got an LBO recently and don't have a real need for one. Great stuff.
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Re: BT2+stove(pictures,video)

Postby reaper » Sun Jan 18, 2015 10:46 am

Log9mm wrote:Awesome man! Something tells me at least one of those is going to end up on the SO site or fb page. Your thread also really makes me want a BT2 even though I got an LBO recently and don't have a real need for one. Great stuff.


haha...thanks,its a great shelter,bit small but when its pitched nicely and place your stuff at the right angles,the room its great,my sister and I yesterday was talking in the tipi and a co-worker from my job came to say HI! and came inside and sit-down(just sit no place for 3 sleeping of course)...ok we are not 6' tall peoples but we were 3 +stove in this shelter..yeah its awesome,thanks SEEK OUTSIDE to bring some nice shelter like that...i need a 4 man tipi too :D

this picture is our best:

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Re: BT2+stove(pictures,video)

Postby seaarc24 » Tue Jan 20, 2015 2:29 pm

Great pictures! Was wondering if you can tell me what brand and model ice anchors you use for the ice pitch. Wanting to set my 8 man up on an upcoming pike ice fishing trip up north.
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Re: BT2+stove(pictures,video)

Postby reaper » Tue Jan 20, 2015 3:45 pm

Hi-tech ice fishing peg(T style shape)...works great by hands,no need drill only down side i found is they are heavy,its not a UL pegs.They are strong.
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Re: BT2+stove(pictures,video)

Postby reaper » Wed Jan 28, 2015 3:46 pm

Got the big brother today :)...bad news this time,they charge me 130$ of brokages fees dammit!!! Thhe 4 man is awesome,huge space.I hate the pole,SEEK OUTSIDEyou need to add shock cord to those poles,i will modify this for sure.
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Re: BT2+stove(pictures,video)

Postby kevin_t » Wed Jan 28, 2015 7:36 pm

Sorry to hear the brokerage fees . I hear that and a no favorable exchange rate is hurting people north of border. I take it you had standard aluminum pole ? The carbon one does not need shock cord it locks together. Easton alum based poles are the only ones not locking


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