EDIT: OWNER REVIEW - Big Agnes Fly Creek UL3- Ben Hawley
- Hello Ben,
Welcome to BackpackGearTest and thank you for this, your first Owner Review. I will be your editor for this review. Your initial edits will follow. They will take the following format;
EDIT: must be changed
Edit: should be changed but will be left to your discretion
Comment: just that or something to think about
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***LOCATION: Auburn, AL
EDIT: please spell out the state for the benefit of our international readers, add USA too
EDIT: your bio needs to be 100 words or less. Please trim it down. I see a couple edits inside it right now and will flag them for you.
*** I generally carry a pack that weighs between 30 to 40 pounds
EDIT: you need Metric conversions for all measurements, weights, distances, etc.
***Having grown up in the PNW
EDIT: you need to spell that out (at least the first time) as many readers will have no idea what PNW stands for
***Manufacturer: Big Agnes
EDIT: this needs to be their actual legal name which is Big Agnes, Inc.
***This is a free standing 3 person tent with 1 doors and 1 vestibule. The pole
system is one interconnected piece. It has hubs that swivel into place and shock
corded poles. Individual stuff sacks are included for the tent, the poles and
the 13 included stakes. Reflective guylines are preattached to the rainfly.
EDIT: We always suggest to folks starting out to pick something simple for their first review. We try to keep them away from items that have a lot to talk about like shelters, packs, electronics and stoves. I see that you have already put a lot of work into this so will go ahead with it. But you need a lot more for the product description. I am going to email you a better set of lessons than the ones on the site. (They will be replaced some day.) Take a look at it and then go look at some of the tent reviews from some of our veteran testers. Look what is expected.
I'll hold off for right now and let you work on it. After you revise the review put it back here with REPOST in the subject line.