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Stansport Cabana Privacy Shelter Tent

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48" L x 48" W x 84" H
  • Self-supporting privacy shelter designed for the beach, pool, backyard, or campsite; comes with carry bag
  • G-3 shock-corded fiberglass poles with sleeved guides and stake out rings for wind
  • 190-D nylon fabric with no-see-um screened windows and vents
  • Large zippered "D" style door for easy access; convenient mesh storage pocket
  • Measures seven feet tall by four feet square; one-year warranty against manufacturer's defects
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Product Description

Self-supporting privacy shelter designed for beach and pool. G-3 shock-corded fiberglass-poles with sleeved guides. 190-d nylon fabric with no-see-um screened windows and vents. Large zippered D-style door for easy access. Fiberglass-poles with sleeved guides for stability.

Product Details

Size: 48" L x 48" W x 84" H
  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 4.5 x 28 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0006V2B4G
  • Item model number: 747-82
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (272 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,434 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Great for use as a toilet or shower tent.
Brian
I could put up our 8 person tent by myself in less time than it took to put this little tent together.
Kimberly Blair
One of the fiberglass support poles cracked when we put it up.
C D Freeze

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115 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Piraha Mura on August 28, 2007
Size Name: 48" L x 48" W x 84" H Verified Purchase
Though I carry it in the car, but things add up - tents for the bedrooms, canopy for the living and dining room, private toilet and changing room, and maybe shower room. So I like the small size (before setup) and light weight.

You may get the wrong impression from the reviews - the design is actually fairly standard, from standard tents, 12' x 10' or bigger canopies, to a tiny beach cabana. But tents are more likely to use clips to fix the tent to the poles, while all other things tend to have loops for the poles to go through. This is common for larger things or curvy things, resulting in lighter weight, stronger, and more choice of shapes to suit the application. The pins are universal. But since there's no ground sheets to hold the cabana together, they use 4 poles flat on the ground instead, resulting in more pins.

Really the shower bag in the picture is misleading. The poles are very light and flexible so it can't hold anything heavy. But if you can find one that can hold a 5 gallon bag, I probably don't want to carry the weight. Another misleading figure is the girl, who is actually very tall. There's a lot of headroom standing in there, and if you have to, you can put two loos in there close.

Thanks to the standard poles in loop design, the shape is rather good, unlike some box like designs. If it's partially hidden, others may mistaken it as a big tall tent. No ground sheet is the only choice. You don't want to stand in mud or dirt, but it's worse when mud and dirt come into the cabana with a ground sheet. For this reason we only go into the tent for sleeping. I used to have a beach cabana for changing but this one is better. There's enough space even with the loo inside.

There are two windows, not just air vents.
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56 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Kristi Jewell on September 27, 2005
Size Name: 48" L x 48" W x 84" H
I have used this shower twice. The major problem with it is it is not sturdy enough to hold your standard camping shower. It has already collapsed on a family member showering. I wish it had a another pocket as well to hold more items. But, it will do out in the middle of the woods
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95 of 109 people found the following review helpful By jjane on August 3, 2006
Size Name: 48" L x 48" W x 84" H Verified Purchase
Not strong enough to hold even 2 gallons of water in a shower. This is shown with a shower hanging in it but the only way it would hold it is empty. Not usable as a shower. Good if you are looking for privacy or changing room but not for a shower.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Chris Crawford on June 29, 2006
Size Name: 48" L x 48" W x 84" H
Worked good for a shelter to put a porta-potty for the ladies of the camp but was not strong enough to hold shower bottle. We used a 4 gallon bag for showers but tried filling 1/2 way. The shower bag was still way too heavy. We had to deal with some crazy wind and the shelter survived. It laid down a few times but stood back up when wind laid a little. I am happy with the purchase but will probably build a rack out of PVC pipe to support a shower water bag.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Kirk Miyashiro on September 9, 2005
Size Name: 48" L x 48" W x 84" H
Most tents, after they are assembled can be moved around like an empty box, the Stansport Cabana Privacy Shelter falls apart. You must spend an additional 20 minutes securing each joint with twine or it will just come apart when touched. Save your money. Buy a regular dome tent for changing instead.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Edward M. Monchak on March 6, 2008
Size Name: 48" L x 48" W x 84" H
When I read many of the reviews I was a bit leary about buying this cabana, I read the sellers site information and decided to get it because they have a no questions asked return policy. The Cabana got here fast and I immediately began to set it up.

You just put the 10 diffrent shock corded tent poles together which is a very straight forward process then you insert the top two roof poles in their slots followed by the 4 side wall poles, attach the side poles to the two roof poles all while the cabana is laying on the ground then at the bottom you insert the small pins into the base of each side pole.

You will have to bend each connection a bit especially when connecting the roof poles to the side poles but it is fairly easy to accomplish.

The final steps are to insert the 4 base poles into the side poles with the same attached small pins (remember there are 3 pins at each corner of the Cabana, the center pins are used for the side poles and each of the outer pins are used on the bottom poles) once you have done all that you just lift the tent into an upright position and use the 4 stakes to secure it in the ground. I did this myself and required no assistance at all.

I then left it up overnight during a nice Florida rain storm and it didn't blow over. I also took my 5 gallon solar shower filled it up and hung it from the attachment point in the cabana and the cabana held it up just fine.

All in all this is a very nice privacy tent, it's extremely lightweight and compact. It looks like it will hold up really well also.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Robert G. Schempp on September 5, 2005
Size Name: 48" L x 48" W x 84" H
Good shelter, tried it out as a shower this weekend. Only problem was dressing after a shower, no room for keeping clothes dry. Good head room though
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27 of 33 people found the following review helpful By D. Boswell on August 9, 2008
Size Name: 48" L x 48" W x 84" H Verified Purchase
This was purchased to be a shower shelter for camping. If you don't want to use it as such, then feel free to buy one. The rods are sturdy and once it's up, it seems like nothing short of hurricane-strength winds could take it down.

However, one of the tan rod-pockets tore off the first time it was set up, because of the enormous amount of pressure you need to put on it to get the rods in and connected at the top.

Whoever designed the "shower" capability was an idiot. It has one nylon loop attached at the top, supposedly for hanging a shower bag. I doubt it could even hold one gallon, let alone a standard five-gallon bag. Said nylon loop itself is sturdy enough, but the stitching holding it only to the top of the shelter is NOT. It was only stitched to the fabric of the roof, not even using the support of the poles. You'd think if it were advertised as a shower, it would be engineered to function as one. As it was, the first time we attached a full shower bag, it held for about two seconds before snapping and dropping the 35-lb bag on the showering person's head. It's useless to us now.
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