CORE 12 Person Instant Cabin Tent
|Max Occupancy||12 Person|
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- INSTANT SETUP: Setups in 2 minutes or less! The poles are pre-attached to the tent- just unpack, unfold, lift legs into position and extend legs until they click into place.
- COMFORTABLE: The water repellent rainfly is removable in warmer weather to expose the mesh ceiling for panoramic views for star gazing on clear summer nights. Also, 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.
- TWO ENTRYWAY AND THREE ROOM OPTIONS: Enter from the side D-Door or from the side T-Door which features two attachable room dividers which gives you freedom to create multiple separate living and sleeping spaces.
- WHAT'S IN THE BAG: Tent, rain fly, awning poles, two room dividers, tent stakes, and carry bag
- 1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY: We strive for total satisfaction with all of our products.
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Sleeps 12 People
A 18’ x 10’ floor plan can sleep up to 12 adults in sleeping bags or fewer campers with lots of gear.
Front and Back Doors
Front and back doors make it easy to share this spacious tent with multiple campers. Both the front T-door and back D-door are covered by awnings.
Enjoy nighttime star gazing through the oversized mesh ceiling panels and know that if it starts to rain, we've got you covered. With heat sealed tape on the rainfly fabric, wind and rain don't stand a chance.
- Tent Fabric: Durable 68D Polyester (600mm hydrostatic rating)
- Floor Material: Durable 125gsm P.E.
- Floor Size: 18ft X 10ft
- Center Height: 80in
- Tent Stakes: (20) Steel 7in stakes
- Tent Poles: Telescoping Steel
H2O Block Technology
Our tents are equipped with water resistant PU coated fabric and taped seams to help keep moisture out.
Time Saving Setup
Telescoping steel poles come pre-assembled for a quick setup in just a few short steps.
Two included room dividers easily toggle in and zip closed allowing you to divide your tent into 3 private living spaces.
Large vents draw in cool air from the ground and allow hot air to escape through the mesh ceiling.
WARNING: KEEP ALL FLAME AND HEAT SOURCES AWAY FROM THIS TENT FABRIC. This tent is made of flame-resistant fabric which meets CPAI-84 specifications. IT IS NOT FIRE-PROOF. The fabric will burn if left in continuous contact with any flame source. The application of any foreign substance to the product fabric may render the flame-resistant properties ineffective.
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After more uses than we can count and traveling across the country camping with this tent we thought we would update our review. WE STILL LOVE THIS TENT!! We just returned from a winter camping trip. Not only did we have cold weather but we also had 10 mph winds with gusts up to 15 mph. Our tent did not even quiver. It has never leaked. It has always had an easy set up and an easy tear down. We have arrived at our camp site with only a few minutes before nightfall and still were able to put our tent up with time to spare. It was worth every penny we spent on it.
Here are some tips that may be helpful
1. Make sure you have your guylines laid down correctly! There are youtube videos on how to do this. Look them up...this may be more important than you think it is. It has nothing to do with the tiny strings and everything to do with force. Make sure you are putting your stake in the correct loop and also that your string is laid down at the right angle.
2. Buy some Heavy Duty Stakes such as SE 9NRC10-20 Galvanized Non-Rust Tent Peg Stakes with Green Stopper no matter what tent or screen house you are planing on getting it is ALWAYS IMPORTANT to upgrade your stakes!! This helps your tent stand in the wind. Also make sure that you look at what campsite you are planning on camping at, if they have sand rather than dirt or gravel make sure you have sand stakes Orange Screw: The Ultimate Ground Anchor, SMALL - 4 Pack
3. With this tent in particular make sure that you are tightening down your fly. After you snap your fly onto the poles you grab the front of the strap where it is looped (in between where it is clipped on the pole and the other clip) and pull downward. This tightens the fly! Go around and do this equally to every strap. Trust me your tent won't move in the wind.
We still would give this tent 5 stars it has been a great tent and has withstood many different weather and ground conditions. Looking forward to another summer camping in this tent.
We spent a lot of time researching what tent would be best for our family. We wanted to be able to fit 5 twin air mattresses inside with plenty of room to spare. I am so glad we settled on this tent!!
The initial set up took us 10 minutes (including removing the protective cardboard taped around the joints) when it was up we both kind of looked at each other in shock at how easy and smoothly it went up. Take down was just as easy. The next time we set it up it only took us two minutes and that was in the rain!
We were able to place 3 basic twin air mattresses on one side of the tent. On the other side we placed two more. That left the middle for a large staging/changing area. Just zip up the room dividers and you have all of the privacy you need.
The mesh pockets under the windows came in handy for our flashlights/keys/wallets/pocketknives and anything else we wanted to keep near us and find easily in the dark.
The opening for the electrical cord has a strong Velcro so once your cord is through you can squeeze the rest together preventing leaks.
On our last trip it rained buckets for two days. Not one drop came inside. That is without adding protective spray or seam sealer. It was dry in the pouring rain right out of the box.
I highly recommend this tent to anyone who is looking for something well made, easy set up, and stays dry.
I used the tent twice, and we unfortunately had one pole that snapped (pictures attached). I promptly emailed Core Equipment with the below pictures and my proof of purchase but received no response from them. After three days, I emailed again and no response at which point I decided to review this product out of frustration.
Today however, I'm eating a healthy portion of crow. Because I heard a knock on my door and it was USPS with a box containing TWO brand new replacement poles from Core Equipment.
So the product is great, we LOVE LOVE LOVE this tent for my wife and I and our four kids. Its SUPER quick to setup and now in retrospect, GREAT customer service. Only thing I'd add is that it would be nice if they would respond to let you know they at least heard from you.
Thank you Core Equipment, you've gained a life long customer.
My favorite things:
* You can definitely stand up inside. My husband is 6' tall and had no issues.
* You can fit 3 queen size mattresses inside, but there wouldn't be a lot of extra room, as you could guess. My kids had their queen mattress all the way over on one end of the tent, then my husband and I had our air mattress on a cot taking up the other 2/3 -- that way we could turn our cot so our heads were on the short side of the tent and we could both walk to our side of the bed without having to roll over each other.
* The room dividers were great. We only used one because we essentially had "our room" and the "kids room," but it was nice to give us some privacy for changing when we were all inside.
* Truly only takes 2 minutes, tops to set up.
* I like all the extra pockets and loops to hang lights or other accessories on. We got 2 light/fan combos from Aldi and they worked perfectly on the loops hanging over our beds. We put smaller lanterns on the corner clips for extra reading light at night.
Things to be aware of:
* You definitely need to pull the corners taut and stake them down every time. One night we did an after-dark set up and were going to leave first thing in the morning -- and with the weight of our items inside, we weren't worried about blowing away, so we skipped the stakes altogether. A few good gusts of wind in the middle of the night and one pole was able to lean in, which let the whole tent collapse inwards. (Luckily we just popped it back up from the inside and were fine the rest of the night -- but we learned our lesson!)
* I recommend buying some cheap long straps with buckles, or maybe a bungee cord, for when you're putting the tent away to help wrangle all the extra fabric. I did my best to fold the tent bottom into the poles as we collapsed it and folded it back up, but it was still crazy trying to stuff it back in the bag the first time. Two straps, one around the top and one around the bottom, helped cinch in all that extra material so we could get it back in the case easier. The case is more than big enough, it's just a LOT of fabric to fold bag in without a little help!
I second the reviewer who noted it would be nice to be able to zip the air vents closed. We never stayed anywhere colder than 50 degrees, but with wind that's plenty chilly and it would have been nice to make the inside a little bit more "snug" by zipping up those vents.