Update: On October 17, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled all Quechua tents and canopies--like the 2-Seconds Tent we covered in our July/August issue--because some may fail to meet the industry's flame-resistance standard, posing a fire hazard.
With the Quechua 2-Seconds Tent on your back, you look a bit like a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle
To open the tent up, just slide off one strap and fling it in the air. It's remarkably easy--and addictive
The tent is light and waterproof, and takes less than 30 seconds to fold up (decathlontent.com, $69)