- Zipper closure
- Instant 60 Second Setup; Sleeps 9 people; Fits two queen air mattresses; Center Height:78
- CORE H20 Block Technology and adjustable ground vent
- Features room divider and wall storage pockets keep items neat and off the tent floor
- Electrical cord access port (port is fully closable when not in use)
- Includes rain fly, tent stakes, and carry bag
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Sleeps 9 People
A 14’ X 9’ floor plan can sleep 9 adults in sleeping bags not counting additional gear. It can also sleep fewer campers with lots of luggage.
These advanced vents draw cool air in from adjustable air intake vents on the ground and allows hot air to escape through a large mesh ceiling.
Enjoy views of the sky through oversized mesh ceiling panels and know that if it starts to rain, we've got you covered. With extra wide, thick tape that is heat sealed to 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.
- Pack Size: 48in X 11.5in X 11.5in
- Pack Weight: 30.5 lbs
- Tent Stakes: (20) Steel 7in stakes
- Tent Poles: Telescoping Steel
H2O Block Technology
Normal seams let water in. Our seams are heat sealed from the rainfly down to the floor so water stays outside.
Time Saving Instant Setup
Telescoping poles come pre-attached to the structure so your tent pops up in just a few short steps.
A side T-door gives you easy access to your tent as well as great airflow through the large mesh windows.
A detachable room divider is provided to add privacy when needed or it can be removed for an open living area.
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Another area I was a bit concerned with were the windows. There is a large window next to the front doors, as well as the front door windows, that does not zip up on the top. They stay open, which may aid in venting, however I found it a bit odd. We had no water from the windows so it will most likely not be an issue, again time (and harsh weather) will tell. None of the windows open all the way, and there are no "tie ups", but you can tuck the excess in the front to keep it from being in your face while laying down. The zippers for the window are not at the edge of the window, (about an inch and a half, the width of the grey stripe) I suspect because there is no rain fly covering the windows (seems pretty smart to me). The vents on either side of the "back" of the tent are low enough to the ground that it doesn't appear that water will be an issue. The vent flaps must be staked to the ground because there is no way to fasten those to the tent either. Again, not sure how they will be in extremely inclement weather, time will tell. Overall, it seems solidly built and again very easy to pitch. Even with some air remaining inside when putting back in the bag, it fits along with the room divider, the rain fly, 7 heavy duty tent stakes (I added those, not a fan of the thin "wirelike" stakes tents are coming with these days, though the Core stakes are considerably larger diameter than others I have seen), the stakes the tent came with and a 12x9 tarp. I think we can live with the slight imperfections of this tent, just because the good heavily outweighs the bad! I do plan on sealing the tent so I know it will be "water proof". I hope this review helps others, and hope to use this tent for many years to come .
It’s shame because we really liked this company, we have one of their chairs and planned on purchasing a smaller 4 person tent and canopy next camping season but I’m surely not now. This was our first instant tent and went with this company due to how good customer service was.
I just wouldn’t chance it, this was a very expensive tent and didn’t even last two camping trips and couldn’t even get a response from the company.
Update: We never did receive a response from the company or customer service. We decided to get a Coleman Montana this year. Has been great and no issues. Would never buy from this company again.
As others have posted lots of great pics of the tent, I wanted to share a slight modification that I recently made. As the entire top of the tent is made of mesh, we found that it did get a little cold at night due to the cool ocean breeze (with temperatures around 45 degrees fahrenheit). While properly rated sleeping bags are the most important factor for staying warm, I found that a simple addition of two mylar-based tarps would add to the heat retention of the tent. I purchased two 60" x 84" all-weather space blankets with grommets on each corner (available for approximately $18 each here on Amazon), zip-tied small carabiners to each corner (also purchased on Amazon, $13 for 10 carabiners), and placed one space blanket over each cabin side. For under $30, this setup created a nice layer of insulation that is super lightweight and serves as a heat-reflective cover for the tent. (Also, as it goes under the rain flap, doesn't change the look of the tent when fully setup either). Also, because the blankets are so thin, I kept them "installed" on the tent after packing up, and there was no issue with fitting the tent back into the case.
This was a great addition to our family camping gear collection, and I would highly recommend purchasing it!
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In the rain, there was water-beading around the closed windows which we found concerning. Also, after a persistent or heavy rain, there was an accumulation of a couple of tablespoons of water in two corners.
The fly covers only a few inches below the screen roof of the tent which does not protect enough of the walls of the tent from the elements.
If you aren’t careful, the zippers get caught in the overlap.
All in all, our main reason for buying this tent was for ease of putting up and taking down- in that respect the item delivered 100%.
The only minus I can think of is that the door zippers can be a bit tedious to open/ close. Nothing major though.
It goes up super fast. Once you get it dialled in you will have it up in minutes.
What would I change? The auto-closing doors that coleman has on some of it's cabin tents would be great on this.
We are able to fit 2 queen air beds inside
The tent doorways were much lower than I thought they would be, and the tension on the doors was a bit concerning.
Overall it's not a bad tent I guess but the take down process was too much of a racket compared to what I am used to with all the other tents I've owned.
I returned the tent and will probably go for the Browning Big Horn next.
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