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Suisse Sport 6 Person Mammoth Dome Tent 12' x 10' with divider

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  • 2-room dome tent that sleeps up to 4 people
  • Removable divider splits the tent into 2 rooms
  • Double D door with storm mesh cover for easy entry and exit
  • 3 mesh zippered windows and mesh ceiling
  • Measures 12 x 6 x 10 feet (W x H x D); weighs 17 pounds
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Suisse Sport 6 Person Mammoth Dome Tent 12' x 10' with divider + Coleman Tent Kit + Coleman 10-Inch Steel Tent Stakes
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Enjoy a little extra privacy when camping with friends with the Suisse Sport Mammoth two-room dome tent. Designed to sleep up to four people, the tent includes a removable divider that splits the tent in two. As a result, you can wall off other campers when changing clothes or sleeping, or you can remove the divider to create a single large room. The Mammoth also includes a zippered double D door with a storm mesh cover for easy entry and exit, along with a full-size rainfly with taped seams to keep you dry on moist evenings. And ventilation is always a concern in warm, muggy climates, which is why the Mammoth includes three no-see-um screen mesh windows and a mesh ceiling. Other features include two mesh interior pockets for storage, reinforced fiberglass poles for easy setup, and compliance with CPAI-84 fire requirements. The Mammoth tent measures 12 by 6 by 10 feet (W x H x D) and weighs roughly 17 pounds.

Product Description

Take your entire family on a fun camping trip with this Suisse Mammoth dome tent that houses up to six people. This tent features removable room dividers that can split the interior into two separate rooms. It comes two mesh interior pockets for storage, reinforced fiberglass poles for easy setup, and compliance with CPAI-84 fire requirements. The tent has one door, mesh ceiling and three windows to keep the interior well ventilated.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 15 x 15 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003ASVBDY
  • Item model number: TMDG121072
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,696 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Set up and pack up is very easy as well.
kathi
It sleeps four very easily and still have some room for stuff around the sides of the tent.
jon
If you are looking to buy a tent this is the one to buy.
kristen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

66 of 67 people found the following review helpful By kathi on July 12, 2010
I bought this tent for our family camping trip, and we loved it. Easy set up, very roomy, comfortable, and waterproof. There is a thin nylon divider that can be used to separate into two rooms, but we didn't use it. We also didn't use the small mesh shelf that can be attached in the top middle of the tent to keep glasses or other small objects out of the way. The two attached side pockets inside worked fine to keep glasses, cell phones, and car keys within easy reach. We had one queen mattress, one full mattress, two small electric fans (because even at night it can be hot in Texas), 2 backpacks, and 3 duffle bags in the tent - still plenty of room to step in and out and get around. The two doors were very convenient as well. We slept one night with the rain fly off and windows and doors zipped all the way up; the mesh at the top of the tent supplied both ventalation and privacy. With the rain fly on (during light rain) we just left a little part of one door and window unzipped. We were very comfortable inside all 5 nights. This tent looks simple, but it is well-planned and constructed. Set up and pack up is very easy as well.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By mel on June 11, 2011
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I bought this tent and love it! It is exactly what I expected. It is very well made. I wanted a tent that did not require strings to hold things down. The only stacks required on this tent are to hold down the corners and extra loops are available in the middle of all 4 sides. I had it set up in 50 mph winds and it was fine. I love that the windows can be kept open and rain does not enter if it is coming straight down. Even when it rained at a slant, the side getting the rain could still be partially opened. I really like this tent! Well made, easy to setup, big with lots of room! I would buy this again. One other thing - I am 5'3" and could easy stand in the middle of the tent. It had a pouch that could be placed at the top which I used to hang our towels when it was raining. Lots of nice things with this tent.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Muchohombre on August 5, 2012
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The first thing you must realize about this tent is the low price. A "Eureka" tent about this size will cost over twice as much. One can't expect a top of the line tent at this price point.

This tent was purchased for family camping. Assembly is straight forward. My wife and I never glanced at the assembly instructions and we had no trouble putting it together. Two long fiberglass poles for the tent itself. Two shorter ones for the fly. We suggest assembling the tent first by sliding the two tent poles through the sleeves, sliding the ends of the poles onto the pins at the corners of the tent and then staking the corners down. Use the supplied ribbon to tie the two tent poles together where they cross at the top of the tent. When assembling the fly don't forget the velcro straps which are located underneath the fly. They wrap around the fly poles.

Once assembled it is a very nice looking tent. We received a few compliments on it by our neighbors. The inside of the tent has two pockets for storage which are located along the sides of the bathtub style floor. It also has a removable overhead mesh storage shelf. We didn't use the mesh shelf. Instead we used the small overhead loop which is located at the center of the tent to hang a small battery powered lantern. A fabric curtain is included which can be used to separate the tent into two rooms. Hence the need for the two doors.

We found the floor material rather thin. That was not a concern to us because we always use a footprint. We purchased a 10' X 12' tarp to lay underneath the tent. We also seam sealed the tent and fly. This should be done to all tents prior to use.

As with most tents the included stakes are very cheap. We doubted that they would hold the tent down in even moderate wind.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By T. Craw on September 7, 2010
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The tent arrived on schedule, and in time for us to set it up and get familiar with it before our Labor Day camping trip. Right out of the box the shock cord in one of the main tent poles was broken. Not a big issue, as it is easily fixed, just frustrating. After ordering a replacement shock cord on Amazon for $10, we had the pole usable.

The tent is a nice size and was actually a downgrade from my 16X10 Coleman. The 12X10 size is perfect for my two queen sized mattresses. There was about 8 inches between the two and about 2 feet of space left at the foot of the beds. Plenty of room to store bags and such. This size is also more convenient than some of the larger tents, as it will fit on standard tent pads better.

We had beautiful weather, so I can't testify to how well this tent will hold up in rain. After setting this tent up in my yard, however, I used a waterproofing spray on it, just as an extra precaution. The tent fabric and pan do seem to be quite a bit thinner than other tents I have owned, so this may be a point of concern later down the road. I would recommend using a small tarp underneath the tent.

Ventilation is awesome with the top, door, and window vents. It kept us from being stuffy, yet with all the windows and door closed it helps keep you quite cozy on those nights that it gets cooler.

The rain fly hangs low, and obstructs the front doors. I did not care for that as you have to bend down to get in and out, but it isn't a deal breaker. Also, the zippers are not well thought out, and can be frustrating when trying to get in or out of the tent in middle of the night. Unlike other tents I have owned, the door and screen zippers on the front entrance are separated, meaning you have to unzip both to get in or out.
Even with the few issues I have with this tent, it is still a decent tent for the price.
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