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Black Diamond - Beta Bug Shelter: 2-Person

Black Diamond Beta Bug Shelter: 2-Person

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$134.96 Original price:$179.95
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Item #BLD0548

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Tech Specs

Material:
[floor] polyurethane-coated ripstop nylon, [walls] mesh
Capacity:
2-person
Season:
3-season
Poles:
sold separately
Number of Doors:
1
Seams:
taped
Interior Height:
43.5in
Floor Dimensions:
98 x 80in
Floor Space:
34.7sq ft
Packed Size:
6 x 11 in
Trail Weight:
1lb 13oz
Packed Weight:
2lb 13oz
Recommended Use:
ultralight backpacking, weekend camping
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Beta Bug Shelter: 2-Person

The Black Diamond Beta Shelter goes inside your Betamid or Beta Light to add bug protection and a waterproof floor for times when a floorless design just won't cut it. You can also use it alone for bluebird days with a few too many flying critters. At only 29oz, the Bug Mesh Shelter adds a lot of extra protection for very little weight or bulk. This Black Diamond shelter sets up with the two trekking poles you're already using to hike, so you don't have to carry tent poles.

  • A lightweight bug shelter you can use alone or pair with a tent
  • Requires two adjustable trekking or ski poles for easy setup
  • Designed for use with Black Diamond's Beta Light
  • Taped seams on bathtub bottom defend against the wet ground

It works!

    This tent keeps bugs out.

    I set it up in the forest.

    I sat outside the tent.

    I saw mosquitoes, a lady bug, an ant attempt entry.

    They failed.

    The bugs could not enter this tent.

    It works!

    LOVE it!

      We are loving our new Black Diamond Beta Bug Shelter! My wife was not very stoked to sleep under our BD Beta-Mid, until we added the Beta Bug Shelter. Now she LOVES our new sleeping setup! Super easy to set up, and much more room than our standard 2-person tent.
      Condensation is a bit of an issue, after a cold night sleeping 2 people, but not that much worse than our old small tent.
      The flexibility of the Beta-Mid makes for great shading/ventilation options when the sun comes up!

      Highly recommended, but it is part of our tent quiver. Not sure I would rely on this tent, alone, for all conditions.

      Betalight Georgia test

        I baught the beta light for Comberland island Georgia in late july. This was the best thing i had on the trip. Although the bugs were not really bad, this shelter allowed much air to circulate. I used it with a simple light weight 10 x 10 tarp. Also, i hung the beta with cord instead of poles. Poles get in the way. Several good thundersotrms proved that i needed to close the ends of my tarp. Will work on this idea. Otherwise very good bug shelter.

        BetaLight-BetaBugMesh

          I bought the Beta Light after seeing someone use a teepee style tent for winter camping. It is incredilbily lite and small, and lots of space. This is more of an A frame though.

          The BetaBug allows me to have a light weight "tent" when I would carry trekking poles anyway. Still pretty light if I bring the poles just for the tent.

          I have not used it too much so far, but it lookes to have a solid bathtub floor, and the netting will keep you from touching the tent wall, which might have condensation. A small glitch which Bibler said they plan to fix, is the Bug's Door opens on the right, and the tarp on the left, when it is staked out. I may get the tarp sewn so I can stake out the other side.

          You can unstake one of the front corners of the tarp, and roll it back so u get not only a front view, but a large side view as well. Then roll it shut by looping the tie out over the stake, perhaps just before falling asleep. It would be nice if you could stake out the door into an awning so you could leave it open when raining, when there no rain, might be able to add a little fabric a do this.

          BetaBug Review

            I love my BetaBug. I had the Betamid, which is the perfect tarp for my outdoor adventures...just about 2 pounds! The BetaBug gives the the added protection from nature's relentless nuisances...mosquitoes, no-see-ums, and other airborne pests. Thanks to the BetaBug I can get a restful nights sleep to tackle the next day's hike!