NSA have an award winning standard and deluxe uv travel centre which is perfect for moments when you need either somewhere for your child to play out of the sun, or to sleep out of the sun.
The standard travel centre is suitable for ages 0-2 and the deluxe is suitable for ages 0-4.
Seeing the picture on the box I expected to have to stand for half an hour putting it all together, faffing with sticks and fabric until it would drive me insane, this however was not the case.
The travel tent comes in a handy little round bag, making it easy to transport and to store. As you unzip it from the bag and undo the Velcro POOOOF! the tent opens up by itself.
The fact that it is a pop up tent means it is super easy to put up where ever you go.
There is a certain way to take it down and although it took me a while to do this eventually I got there and by the second time I was doing it with no problems at all.
A self-inflating mattress and a quilted sleep mat are included and make it a comfy and safe space for any child to sit or sleep.
Tent pegs are also provided meaning you can pin it down if the wind is a little breezy.
There are two zip "doors" either side of the tent. One then has an additional net zip "door" for your child to get in and out, and the other has a fixed net "window" meaning you can unzip the "door" to let air move around inside the tent.
It also has net windows either end of the tent again to help with airflow.
We found this to be really roomy and even though Charles is almost 5 he fits in there perfectly. There is enough room for both boys to sit and play, or even lay down for a chill out time, without being too much in the others space.
It's sturdy and well made and we can imagine will last a long time.
The sun-tent is available in a range of colours and is available to purchase from Boots, Amazon and Safetots.
The RRP for the Standard tent is £69.50 and for the Deluxe is £89.50.
We were sent the Deluxe Travel Centre for the purpose of this review.