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    I've literally never had a bivvy, only used brollies but fancy a bit of comfort! Any recommendations? I like the look of the Nash titan tc but open to suggestions
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    Fox easy dome lovely comfort goes up and down fast really good bivvy
    and saw there is a good s/hand one on ebay at mo
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    i have a tc great bit of kit flat back so your bed can go far back and a peak best design they have done on the titan so far couple of down points the seems look and feel like after a few years are gonna peal away (been the case on all the ones ive had bloody annoying they still haven't sorted it) and the weight its not that light even thought its the lightest one

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    Quote Originally Posted by leighlawrence View Post
    I've literally never had a bivvy, only used brollies but fancy a bit of comfort! Any recommendations? I like the look of the Nash titan tc but open to suggestions
    Saber supra bivvy great bit of kit for the money at 160 had mine for 4 years now and it's been great can't fault it for the money

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