NEWS| Vango Reveal Next Chapter in Innovative AirBeam® Range


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In celebration of the 10-year anniversary of its pioneering AirBeam® technology, leading outdoor equipment manufacturer, Vango, is launching an exclusive new range which, using AirBeam® S.I Pro technology, can be erected from a single inflation point.

Anantara III Air TC 650XL
Vango Anantara III Air TC 650XL

The innovative technology will feature in Vango’s eagerly anticipated Anantara III Air TC 650XL – a 6-man AirBeam® tent which is the epitome of luxury camping – alongside a range of caravan awnings, spearheaded by the all-new Riviera 420.

The range of models, which are set to answer the consumer’s desire for quicker and easier tent and awning pitching, will encompass the benefits of the Vango Independent Beam Structure, whilst maintaining a sleek visual appeal.

Rob Birrell, Vango Marketing Director, said:

“The tremendous success of Vango’s AirBeam® technology has enabled us to continue to develop and expand the range over the years. Advancing technology continues to impact and enhance our evolving designs and play a vital role in our developments at Vango.

We’re delighted to share our new models with our customers in celebration of 10 fantastic years of AirBeam® and we believe, through its convenient single inflation point, it will make getting outdoors easier and more enjoyable than ever before throughout 2021 and beyond.”

From revolutionising the camping industry with AirBeam® tent technology in 2011 to sending a tent 103,000ft into space in 2012, and then to roll out Vango AirBeam® technology into a range of AirAway™ drive-away awnings and AirAwnings™ for campervans, caravans and motorhomes, Vango has always been at the forefront of cutting-edge design and innovation.

The full range will be available for purchase from March 2021 onwards either online at and selected retailers.

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