Bundutec Hard Shell RTT
Bundutec Bundutop Rooftop tents set the bar high for high-performance off-road touring comfort and ease of use. They score a 10 out of 10 in several of our testing criteria. It's a straight lifting 4 sided tent, with automatic pop-out skirts to give windows protection from moisture when open. The 4-way ventilating doors and windows and straight-up wall design gives it a major edge over the rest in space versus footprint and all-weather comfort. Its THE ONLY straight lifting tent that can carry over 300watt solar panels and automatically covers its walls with a pop out rain and sun awning.
NEW Bunduclam Hardshell Rooftop Tent
The BunduClam is Bundutec's first clamshell tent. The incredible opening and closing mechanism make this a standout. No fly poles to erect. They pop out automatically, and retract automatically when the tent is opened or closed.
Up to 360 Watts of solar power can be installed on the roof. The tent comes prewired to accept your own panel or we can do what we do best and install it for you. Lights, power outlet and 2 fans all come as standard equipment.
A look around the Bundutop rooftop tent
Tough Touring Makes specific Vehicle-to-Bundutop Accessories to suit most common vehicles.
See more on the Bundutop Platform (awning and tent to vehicle kit)
Internally a 100mm mattress (thickest of all the tents) can be further padded out with pillow toppers up to over 150mm. It's automatically popping outskirt allows airflow to be maintained even in adverse raining conditions without spray or insects entering the tent.
"With Great power comes great responsibility." The Bundutop has a powerful RV winch that lifts the tent via pulleys and strings - Giving set up and pack down at the touch of a button ... Without a doubt, this is the most capable off-road touring tent on the planet. Its comfort and push-button appeal broadens its appeal to newbies and non-campers too.
It's unique mechanics allow repair and replacement of parts anywhere with almost anything (a piece of string) and whilst electrical failure is unlikely (and it has manual overrides) you will need some mechanical understanding to successfully use and manage this tent in remote areas.