The days of wasting precious camping time to pitch a tent are over thanks to this handy creation from Australian company Darche.
Instead of using fickle metal poles to create the structure, this tent dubbed the practically assembles itself by using puncture-resistant "air poles," which you are sewn into the tent and filled with air with a small pump. The pump sets up the tent with just a few pushes and only requires about a minute of your time to build. The four-person AT4 model builds itself in less than 60 seconds, and the six-person AT6 assembles in a little over 60 seconds.
Designed with plenty of windows, the 6-foot-9-inch-tall tent comes with an attachable awning, making it a shady place to relax in the sun. While not stocked by U.S. retailers at the moment, you can purchase one for $809-$1,124 through Australian retailer and have it shipped to you. Now we just need some beautiful weather and time off from work to have a fun adventure!