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- ASIN: B00OY9GJ80
- Item model number: 2000018296J0-Parent
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1,276 customer reviews)
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Coleman 8-Person Instant Tent (14'x10')
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- Spacious 8-person, 2-room tent designed for quick assembly
- Poles come pre-attached to tent, ensuring setup in 1 minute or less
- Exclusive Weather Tec system with thick waterproof walls and welded floor
- 2 doors and 7 windows for full ventilation; removable divider between rooms
- Base measures 14 by 10 feet; center height of 6 feet 5 inches; 1-year warranty
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|Item Dimensions||9.84 x 9.84 x 46.85 inches|
|Shipping Weight||39.4 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
First of all, the plusses...and there are plenty:
1) This tent is EASY to set up. The external frame and tent never come apart, so you don't have a chance to lose anything. I have set the tent up on my own, but, frankly, it's easier to set up when you have the help of one other person.
2) The set up goes like this...after you have the tent out of its bag you reverse the bend of the corners of the external fram so the poles extend out and down rather than down and up (the way they are stored). Next, extend the four telescoping poles that go from the center of the tent to the four corners until they snap into position at their maximum extension. After you have done that you extend and vertical poles (I recommend doing the corners first) until they snap locked at their maximum extension. Then do the same for the side poles, and you are done with the basic set up. Lastly, use tent pegs to secure to corners and sides of the tent in place.
3) Our first outing it rained, but we stayed nice and dry (be sure to use a ground cloth or tarp under your tent). Thanks Coleman!
4) There are plently of windows in the tent, and the tent can be divided into two rooms - front and back.
5) The engineering of this tent is such that it is able to give and sway a bit in the wind, and that's nice.
6) The tent is made of good materials.
The minuses...Read more ›
We practiced raising the tent one time before leaving home. In the hot sun, it took us a few minutes of frustration to figure out how to get all the arms extended, but really it wasn't too bad. Knocking it down wasn't bad either -- we managed to get it back into the case without opening up the gusset for extra space. Fast forward a week -- we sure were glad we had done a dry run as we raced the sunset to arrive at the campground. Setup went very fast. We used a tarp underneath (smaller than the footprint of the tent, as recommended by some of the commenters here), but that was it -- no seam-sealing or other prep.
Someone else posted this week about using the tent for 2 people -- honestly, we were happy to have all that space for just the two of us, and couldn't imagine sharing it! It's spacious, but we liked the elbow room. To give an idea of how much room there was, we used a double-high, queen-size air mattress, and had plenty of room to walk on either side. I had little nightstands on either side of the bed as well. I also had a 4'x6' rug (from Ikea, in case you're interested) in the front area of the tent. I'll see if I can post a photo.
We had only one day of rain that week, but it was torrential. Storms kept blowing through the area, so it rained hard, on and off, for hours.Read more ›
I am 6'3' so I can easily lift and reach all the moving parts. It is a heavy tent (45lb) and its about 4 feet when in its carry bag. 45lbs may not sound like a lot but when it is stretched 4 feet accross it can feel more like 100 lbs. My wife has a hard time lifting and manuvering it by herself. Keep this in mind if you are short and not very strong. That being said Coleman does clearly state that set up is a 2 person job. I suggest that even carrying it is a 2 person job if you are small.
Taking it down is a slower process but still very easy and I love not having to seperate any parts to do it. However since it is all one piece you will definently want to put a tarp under it to keep the bottom as clean as possible. Remember when I said it is a heavy tent, well rolling it back up is a job in itself and I have used help for this since day one. You will get dirty doing this if the tent is dirty. There is no way around it, you have to man handle this thing to roll it up. Thats not a bad thing (you gotta take the bad with the good) I'm just speaking from my expierence with it and being honest. The bag is very large and you
shouldn't have a problem putting it away.
It is awesome inside. Its huge and I love that so much of it is screened. The room dividers role up real nice and they are permantly attached to the tent so you dont have to keep track of them if you choose not to use them. The windows/walls role in and tuck into the screen when zipped down wich is convienent and easy.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We just got this tent but already LOVE it. Whoever thought of the design is brilliant. We need extra tent as sleeping space in our garden for guests, so wanted something roomy... Read morePublished 2 days ago by SoCalDesigner
I love this tent! I have it up in my backyard around the pool. It is my pool cabana. The family loves it! It is good for napping or changing in. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Lola
With practice, I know I'll be able to put this tent up and take it down by myself without any trouble; I'm a 76 year old woman who lives in the city and needs to get out in the... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Bobbi
My son and I have used this tent on 2 hunting/camping trips so far and we really love it. It's heavy and bulky, so definitely not for backpacking, but if your not carrying it too... Read morePublished 13 days ago by John D. Klopp
Absolutely amazing tent! We have had ours 2 seasons now and love it. After tenting for 10+ years, and normally spending hours setting up our campsite, this thing was a... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Guitarskoota
Used it twice and the main plastic piece at top center broke. Tent is now useless.Published 16 days ago by katchoo