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CORE 9 Person Extended Dome Tent - 16' x 9'
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- Sleeps 9 people; Fits three queen air mattresses; Center Height: 72"
- CORE H20 Block Technology and adjustable ground vent
- Features gear loft with lantern hook and pockets to keep items organized and off the tent floor
- Electrical cord access port (port is fully closable when not in use)
- Includes tent, tent poles, rain fly, tent stakes, and carry bag
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CORE Equipment 9 Person Modified Dome Tent
At CORE, it's our mission to design better products that help you get outside with the people that matter most.
CORE Equipment Features
H2O Block Technology
CORE has you covered!
-Water repellent fabrics.
-Sealed seams and fully taped rainfly.
-Rain-resistant door/window seals.
Stay comfortable all season!
-Adjustable air intake vent draws in cool air from the ground.
-Mesh ceiling allows hot air to escape.
-16' x 9' floor plan allows for up to 9 campers on the floor.
-Holds 3 queen air mattresses.
-6 ft ceiling height allows for ample headroom to stand and walk in the tent.
Keep the mess up off the tent floor!
-Put small items in the included gear loft.
-Organize with interior pockets on tent walls.
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|Item Display Weight||—||—||—||34.75 lbs||19.36 lbs|
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The CORE 9 Person Extended Dome Tent 16' x 9' features Core H20 Block Technology- water repellent fabrics with active bead technology for faster water runoff paired with sealed seams and rain-resistant door/window seals. The fully-taped rainfly is removable in warmer weather to expose panoramic mesh windows and ceiling. The advanced venting system uses the adjustable air intake vent designed to draw in cool air from the ground while the mesh ceiling allows hot air to escape keeping you comfortable all season. This nine person dome tent also features zippered privacy panels on doors and windows and keeps your gear organized with the included gear loft with lantern hook and organizer pockets.
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Year later update: tent still rules
True, this tent did leak on our "test run," however, I have to bump up my review because the Custome Service was GREAT! They very quickly replaced the defective part. We'll give it another try with the new part! My plan is to reinforce the seams with a water proofing spray. I'll try to share how that goes too! If successful, this tent will be a good deal for the cost compared to other tents on the market. Wish me luck!
I bought this tent for my young family to continue my family tradition of an annual camping & rafting trip. Last night we had our "test run" in our backyard. We had a leak!!! Woke up at 2 am sleeping in a puddle with rain dripping down on us. Looks like a defective seam seal in the rain fly was to blame. I'm happy we did a test run & we could just head inside! I've emailed the company to see if they can send me a replacement. If they can't, I'll be returning it. I'll be inspecting the rain fly seams before we bother giving it another try this time too!
Other than the leak, the tent is nice! I do wish the zippers on the door ran a little bit more smoothly, but obviously the leak is a much bigger issue. Hopefully that can be resolved!
Cool features are the extension cord pass thru the screened air inlet near the floor and the gear stash. I did not test in rain or wind yet. Oh and I can stand up in it at 6'
Biggest gripe and why I took off a star: WHEN DESIGNER’S DECIDE HOW BIG A STORAGE BAG NEEDS TO BE, THEY NEED TO ADD 20% MORE SPACE TO THE BAG.
I spent about 20 minutes in freezing rain, cursing Core 9 while trying to get the tent back in the the tiny storage bag. Bag could stand to be much bigger. Especially if you want to throw in some decent tent spikes (i.e. not what ships with the tent) and a mallet.
But now that I have that off my chest, this tent really is fantastic.
before you get the tent buy a tarp to go under it. I got 2 6x8 and laced them together. I got them at the local big box and did not write down the tent size. they were just right.
now for the tent stakes. THROW THEM AWAY. I took one look at them and realizes they were useless. I have had 2 sports brellas since 2012 that I have used to death. they keep the sun off but do not help with bugs. I dug out the tent stakes from the sports brellas and used the junk ones for the tarp and the rain fly, they are ok for the tarp but do not use them for rain fly.
we got two days of torrential rain and heavy wind. the joke tent pegs attached to the rain fly pulled loose pulled loose and I did get rain in the tent.. otherwise everything stood up very well.
putting it up was a bit of a bear.. get the tarp on the ground, lay the tent out ant stake the corners with the good stakes you purchased . put the long and short rods threw the correct pockets. this is important. the bottom of the rain fly has velcro. while it still on the ground attach the rain fly with the velcro to the tent. otherwise you end up trying to toss a very slippery king sized piece of fabric six feet in the air over another piece of slippery fabric. this activity will produce a signifilcant amount of swearing and amusement for the neighbors.
at this point as i am not very tall i got my husband to get in the tent and hold up the middle while i wrestled the long and short poles into the eye screws attached to the tent peg. you will need to use these pegs that come with the tent. it is an odd setup but it works. throw the rest away. there was some swearing at this point as it is difficult to get the poles hooked into the the little eye things but both the tent and i survived
set it up so the windows are in the path of the prevailing wind so you get nice breeze and enjoy.
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