TentBox Lite XL Black/Orange

£1,895.00

Free Delivery To UK Mainland – Additional Costs May Apply To Scottish Highlands

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The brand-new Lite XL is a super-sized version of our Lite 2.0, made for families of 4.

Featuring two skylights, dual layer memory foam mattress, a foot-friendly ‘flat-step’ ladder and a new rainfly design with fewer poles, to take it up and down in seconds.

The fabric cover is also brand-new, made from matte black Cordura that won’t fade over time, and secured with an industrial-strength YKK zip and buckles. Expect new, premium-quality fittings, special extras and some nifty accessories throughout.

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Technical Specification

Weight 62kg
Sleeps 4 people
Dimensions (open) 183cm (W) x 240cm (L) x 115cm (H)
Dimensions (closed) 183cm (W) x 120cm (L) x 25cm (H)
Internal Weight Limit 300kgs

Key Feature Improvements

Comes in two sizes

Redesigned, removable rainfly

  • Easily removable to initiate ‘Summer Mode’, allowing quicker set-up
  • ‘Rain Mode’ only requires 6 poles instead of 8
  • Does not block side windows, allowing for unrestricted views

Double skylights

  • For better views of the sky & stars + more light

Bigger windows

  • Larger side windows for an even better view of your surroundings

Upgraded Travel Cover

  • Rolls away neatly when TentBox is open, for convenient storage
  • Hardwearing cordura-style fabric
  • YKK-zip, instead of velcro for easier-to-use and neater application

Accessories

  • New annexe design, that fully covers the ladder
  • Other accessories coming soon

Comfort Improvements

  • Dual Layer Mattress, with waterproof cover
  • Lay-flat ladder rungs are more comfortable underfoot
  • Extra ventilation & more breathable fabric, to reduce condensation

Next level style

  • Overall more stylish design
  • One-piece rainfly, with black bottom trim to echo
  • Softer colours, with UV protection to reduce sun-fade
  • Black window trims, ties the look together
  • Matte travel cover for a cleaner look
  • Improved logos

Quality

  • YKK Zips Throughout
  • Most velcro removed, but where it is used, it’s now premium-grade outdoor velcro
  • Waterproof rating improvement to 3000mm (inner pod) and 5000mm (rainfly)
  • All fabric now includes UV50+ protection
  • More hardwearing ‘cordura-style’ travel cover
  • PVC bottom trim, for better durability

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TentBox benefits

3 – 7 Day delivery

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Delivery Notice!

Once you have placed the order for your new bike we will immediately contact our supplier to check on stock availability and communicate this back to you. In most instances the bike will be 98% assembled, tested and dispatched to your delivery address within 2 days. All you will need to do is tighten the handlebars and screw the pedals in. On selected models and in certain areas we are able to arrange for the bike to be delivered fully assembled by an E-Bike technician at an agreed time and date.

- FAQ -

Why Buy An Electric Bike

Contribute To Sustainability

 

Electric bikes are great for short commutes to work or running errands. Most often you will get to your destination quicker by avoiding traffic and at the same time cutting down on carbon emissions and pollution.

 

Easier To Ride

 

Allow yourself a smoother ride and reduce stress on muscles and joints. Pedal assist will help you on steep inclines or rough terrain making the journey easier and more enjoyable.

 

Improved Physical And Mental Health

 

Cycling on an E-bike is more accessible and people are more likely to do it because it's easier, getting about the same workout with less the effort. For those who live a more sedentary life, an e-bike gets them moving and out in nature. The change in scenery, and fresh air helps reduce stress, improve mood, provides for a more restful sleep and increases productivity.

 

The Fun Factor

 

Getting to your destination a little quicker, feeling the wind against your face, contributing to the environment and generally feeling healthier, there is definitely an element of fun riding an E-Bike

How To Choose An Electric Bike

Electric bikes are becoming more and more popular not only for cyclists but also for leisure seekers, commuters and delivery services. With so many options available and different types of electric bikes on the market the question is, which bike is right for you? Consider some of the pointers below before buying your E-Bike.

 

Style

 

Firstly you need to consider what style of bike you are looking for. Types of E-Bikes range from Step Through bikes with a classic design, crossbar versions, mountain bikes or the ever more popular folding bikes. Then there are other considerations like hybrids which can be used on or off road. Wheel size can also be an important factor with a smoother ride on a larger sized wheel. Generally a 26” or 24” wheel will be better for off-road than a 28” wheeled bike which would be better on the road depending on the width and tread of the tyre. The step through bikes are easier to mount and better for road use where an Electric Mountain bike (E-MTB’s) is perfect for more challenging terrain off the road or trailing. Folding E-Bikes have the obvious advantage of saving space when storing or transporting.

Distance


Depending on the terrain, riders weight and weather related conditions, the ampere rating (AH) or watt hour rating (WH) will determine the distance your new E-bike can travel on a charge. Below is a list of approximate distances you can get on the various batteries sizes:
10AH or 375WH Battery will give an approx. distance of 27-35 miles
16AH battery will give an approx. distance of 60 – 70 Miles

 

Legalities And Power


In the UK the legal limits for E-Bikes being used on the road are 15.5mph and the motors must be limited to 250w. The battery voltage is an important consideration so if you need a powerful hill climber a 36v battery and a 250w motor would be recommended.

 

Size Guide


Choosing the size of your new electric bike depends on various factors including your height, inside leg measurement and riding style, however almost any size bike can be configured to give you the most efficient and comfortable ride. Below is some guidance on choosing your bike.

 

Height                                                Inside Leg           E-bike Size         

147cm-152cm / 4'10"-5'0"           66cm / 26"          47, 48cm (XX Small)        

152cm-160cm / 5'0"-5'3"              69cm / 27"          49, 50cm (X Small)          

160cm-170cm / 5'3"-5'7"              71cm / 28"          51, 52, 53cm (Small)       

170cm-175cm / 5'7"-5'9"              76cm / 30"          54, 55cm (Medium)         )

175cm-180cm / 5'9"-5'11"           79cm / 31"          56, 57, 58cm (Large)

180cm-188cm / 5'11"-6'2"           81cm / 32"          59, 60cm (X Large)          

188cm-196cm / 6'2"-6'5"              86cm / 34"          60, 61, 62cm (X Large, XX Large)

196cm+ / 6' 5"+                               91cm / 36"          62, 63cm (XX Large)        

 

Drive Systems


There are two main drive systems with electric bikes, either central crank drive or hub drive systems.

 

A crank driven motor is located in the middle of the bike frame and propels the bike through the chain with the use of the rear wheel gears. This is a highly efficient system because it can increase its own torque and allows the bike to climb up very steep hills. These crank driven bikes are known as pedelec bikes meaning it will only work when the rider is pedalling by rotating the cranks. Being equipped with a torque sensor, they are more intuitive than hub driven motors because they recognizes when the rider is putting effort on the cranks. The more the rider puts effort on the crank, the more power is supplied by the motor and the faster the bike goes. There are various Crank drive systems available and the ones to look out for are Bosch, Yamaha, Shimano and Panasonic.


With a hub driven systems the motor is located in the hub which propels the wheel independently from the bike chain or cassette. Hub motor systems can be driven either by pedal assist mode or via throttle control. Many models offer a selection of different levels of pedal assist modes and the power will come in based on the level set whilst pedalling. Throttle mode is a twist and go or thumb throttle which does not require the rider to pedal. This system is great for riders who do not want to worry about the need for exertion. Hub driven E-bikes are a more effortless means of cycling an electric bike.

How Will My Bike Be Delivered

Once you have placed your order we will be in communication with you about the estimated delivery date.

 

Please see the relevant delivery information for each brand on the product page.

What If There Is A Problem With My Bike

Please see the Description tab for the exact warranty on each model. Because some bikes are 98% built and tested before delivery, with only the handlebars needing to be tightened and pedals screwed in, the chances of receiving a faulty bike are vastly reduced. Some models come in the box needing more assembly and where ever possible we supply as much assembly information as possible. At CoAct Life we pride ourselves on offering high levels of customer service so if you have any problems or issues please get in touch and we will be more than happy to assist. 

 

Care And Maintenance
  • Keep your bike clean, the drivetrain well lubricated and the tyres properly inflated
  • Regularly check for loose bolts, spokes and broken parts
  • Keep the battery partially charged and store it in a cool, dry place
  • Avoid storing the bike with a flat battery
  • Charge the battery only with the correct charger
  • Check regularly for software updates
  • Visit a dealership if there is a fault. Never try to take apart, or fix the motor or battery yourself

 

Charge an e-bike n a dry location at room temperature. Regularly charge the battery when not using your e-bike for prolonged periods of time and clean the battery with a damp cloth. Remove the battery before cleaning your bike.

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