Set up your basha, bivi or any shelter with ease with these telescopic extendable tent basha poles.
The poles have an easy to use twist compression lock and a collar to avoid sinking.
When fully extended they are 100cm in length and unextended they are 53cm.
They weigh approx 0.55kg per pair which makes them lightweight whilst remaining durable and sturdy.
Please note the locking collars are black rather than silver in the picture.
- Length: 53cm
- Length (extended): 100cm
- Weight: 0.55kg approx/pair
All orders placed before 2pm on Monday to Friday are dispatched the same day, subject to availability.
Orders placed after 2pm on a weekday will be sent out the next working day.
When your order has been dispatched you will receive an email letting you know and this will also include any tracking numbers, if applicable.
For all UK orders we offer FREE standard delivery usually via Royal Mail. This service normally delivers in 2-5 days.Next Working Day Delivery
Next working day delivery is available for orders placed before 2pm from Monday to Friday. Friday orders will arrive on the following Monday - not Saturday.
Orders placed after 2pm will be dispatched the next working day. On a Friday this means the order will be dispatched on the following Monday for a Tuesday delivery.
Note: No orders are dispatched on Weekends or Bank Holidays.
As customers ourselves we know that being able to return items for any reason is very important.
We therefore offer a 60-day returns policy which means you can return your items for a full refund (or exchange) within 60 days of receipt.For full details, please see our Returns Policy.
Sturdy and very strong bit of kit. Good size and pretty light weight. I’ve tested them out with my basha/poncho in various setups, they work perfectly. Will be using them for a 7 day expedition in the Scottish highlands next week, i think they will hold up well! I will also be using them during Royal Marine exercises if I get a chance to. Fast delivery and good service.
A good sturdy product, maybe a longer ground spike would be a good idea