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Monodome Tent for 2 Persons with Carry Bag

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  • Comes with a carry bag
  • Suitable for light spring/Summer weather
  • Size: 48x79x40 Inch
  • Weight: 2.60 Pound
  • orange color
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Product Description

Material: polyester; Frame: FRP poles; Floor: PE;

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B00CDUVQLC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #225,799 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Easy to put up and take down!
Jan S. House
This is a great little and SUPER LIGHT WEIGHT TENT!
Courtney A. Conant
One of the poles snapped as soon as I set it up.
R. Hagigi

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By jschner on June 15, 2013
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I literally took this tent out of the box, peeked into the carry bag to make sure it had poles, strapped it outside my backpack in the side bottle holder, drove to the Tamarac Trailhead and hiked in 3.5 miles for an overnight dirt camp. It wasn't noticeable at all on my pack. Sometimes I had to look at my shadow to make sure it was still there. haha The diameter packed in the carry sack is close to 4" and 21 long. The sack is not tight so you could probably roll the tent another 1/2" to 1" tighter and strap it. On my pack I had room to add my microlight fishing pole next to the tent and they rode nice together. This tent was super easy to setup and unlike a few other tents with similar specs this one will fit a person to 6ft. It would be a little cramp with two adults but doable. The rain fly is a little on the skimpy side as seen in the picture but it covers the vent up top. There also appears to be loops further down the corners for adding a larger rain fly. I haven't tried it in the rain yet but I expect it will need some rain proofing. When you are ready to fold it up, just fold it like a business letter the same size as the poles and roll it up on the poles. Overall this tent was a very nice surprise and made my overnight more comfortable. It kept the mosquitoes out, kept my gear clean, seems reliable, very fast setup and take down, low weight, small pack size, my 5' 10" height fit in it well and the price was right.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By junebuggy on June 11, 2013
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Given that I paid about twenty bucks for this tent, I'm genuinely surprised at the quality. Took it on its first camping trip, and it held up pretty well. There's some slight flaking on the inside of the bottom tarp, but nothing too horrible, and the outside of it, which was rubbing against sticks, rocks, and leaves, doesn't have a mark on it. I think the flaking on the inside was due to my rather rough use and trying to maneuver my pack and belongings around it in the dark. All in all, I'm pleased with my purchase.

A note on packing this little guy; the carry case for it isn't all that great. The seams stretched the first time I put the tent back in it. Now, this doesn't bother me, because when I'm backpacking (which is my main use for the tent) I'm not going to use the carry case. It's just extra weight. The tent folds up quite small without the case, and I'm planning to leave it loose in my pack, with the poles and stakes strapped on. The stakes, by the way, are just cheap aluminum ones. I'm not expecting to get much use out of them before they start to bend, but this has been the case with just about every tent I've ever used, so again, not too worried about it. Eventually I'll replace them with a stronger alternative, but I figure I might as well use them while they're still good :)

Update 6/19/13:
Second trip in and the tent and poles are still in great shape. The stakes did perish, as expected, but I'm still loving this tent! I'm a 5'6" girl and I just spent two nights in it with my friend, a 6'7" guy. He did stretch the floor tarp out a bit, but we both fit and slept in here without much trouble. If he can sleep in this thing, anyone can!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Geva on May 30, 2013
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I bought the tent based on three criteria: can fit me who's just under 6' tall; cheap; lightweight as possible. Based on those criteria, this tent delivers. I was expecting to have to sleep in it diagonally, but I fit lengthwise which I can have a similarly-sized guest. Yes, it's cheap, and there's definitely a sense that I got what I paid for. Right out of the box there are some split seams on the carrying case, though the tent itself is so far intact. The floor is standard tarp material and is thicker and sturdier than I was expecting. Regarding weight, I chose this one over a handful of similar competitors based on the 2.6 pounds advertised weight. I only got 2.6 after removing the tent pegs which add another .35# or so. I figure I won't need them as this tent is for emergencies only, not intended to stay standing while I'm away from it. It met my expectations; so far, so good.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Vladimir Menkov on August 21, 2013
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I have owned a tent for many years, but hardly used it, as it was just way too big and heavy unless you do car-based camping. This summer I went on a long bicycle trip in Europe, and wanted something that could actually fit into the bike camping kit. So I got this little tent and a Stansport Redwood Ultra Light Sleeping Bag. The two items, together with some clothing, fit together into a fairly small bicycle bag that went on the bike's luggage rack.

I have used the tent on 10 nights, and have been generally satisfied with it. So far it has had no damage beyond slight wear and tear. Setting up is pretty easy, and, as some other reviewers, I did not find it necessary to use the 4 corner stakes, not even in fairly windy conditions.

The tent is pretty small; as a fairly tall person (180 cm - 5"11') I found it more convenient to lie in it in a somewhat diagonal position. For a single person, there was plenty of floor space inside, with all my luggage sitting in the two other corners. If a tent like this were to be used by 2 people, as the product name indicates... well, they'd better be not very tall people, and even better if they'd be a couple that does not mind some cuddling. And they probably would have to keep most of their luggage outside.

On warm nights (maybe +12 ... +15 C, i.e. in the mid- and upper-fifties Farenheight) it felt pretty comfortable inside the tent; I'd often feel that I don't even need a sleeping bag. In cooler weather of course you'd want a decent sleeping bag.

No tent, at least not such a small one, will be completely waterproof. Once a heavy rain started right after I set up the tent.
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