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Coleman 4 Person Instant Tent
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- 150D/150D Polyester/taped seams
- Made in USA and Imported
- Pre-attached poles for quicker, simpler setup – just extend and secure. Instant setup in about 60 seconds
- WeatherTec system – patented welded floors and inverted seams help keep water out
- Integrated vented rainfly for extra airflow without extra assembly
- 8 x 7 ft. footprint, 4 ft. 10 in. center height
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The Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent makes camping easy so you can enjoy every moment of your outdoor adventure. In about a minute you can have the tent set up or taken down. The spacious tent fits a queen-sized airbed. Two inner storage pockets provide a place to put your necessities. The Coleman 4 Person Instant Tent is made of fabric that comes in at two times the thickness of standard material, making it less likely to rip than other tents! Plus, this is a fully-taped tent, so no rainfly is needed. You’ll love the Illumiline™ reflective guy lines, as well as the pre-attached poles of this instant cabin.
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We had it set up in the midwest when a tornado-y thunderstorm rolled through; we sought higher ground till it passed, when we returned, she was safe and sound and still in the ground. Not completely waterproof, but we only got a bit of dew/sweat on the interior walls, and nothing on the floor.
The only "con" I have to note: I wish there were windows on all sides, so when you are inside you can enjoy the view from all angles.
I bought this so my son and I could go on father/son and scouting outings. I had not previously been introduced to the new systems of poles that literally setup in 90 seconds. Although, I have been intrigued and a little suspicious of them when reading the packages in the store. Without even looking at the directions (sewn onto the tent bag), my son and I setup of the tent in seconds and stood there thinking, "wow, technology!"
Don't let the size fool you, this tent will sleep 3 people, or 2 people with gear, which is just what I wanted. This is not for 4 people, not even 4 kids unless toddlers.
Also, to those who think they can buy a new tent and really have it be weather proofed, that is not realistic. Even high-end tents must be weather treated. I treated the seams on this with some good sealer, then sprayed the whole thing with a spray, same for the rain fly. You have to think a bit when buying things; any experienced camper should know this.
The two large windows are awesome on the lateral ends, and the door and right next to it are nice windows as well. I can't quite stand up in it, but close enough to be good for the size. Also appreciate the loop hanging down from the center ceiling since we hang a small LED lantern there.
The zippers have worked so far but I don't let my kids play with them since they seem fragile. Hopefully they will last.
Interesting that when you unzip the windows all the way, there is an inherent little pocket at the bottom of them for tucking the unzipped window in. No more with the little tie things, which worried me at first, but now I see the wisdom since it takes a second or two to tuck. Very cool.
That is about it. Not a heavy duty or large tent, but perfect for 2-3 people. Truly a 5-star product, but only in its class. For something really nice, you must pay literally 4 times this, and buy a Springbar. But, they weigh much more too.
Thanks for reading.
Out camping last weekend I experienced the joy of pouring rain whilst camping in this tent. It kept us dry... for about an hour. After that a pool of water formed in the center of the roof and then started leaking through. When I awoke (my two-year-old was screaming) I was soaked through, sitting in a significant amount of water. In the morning there was about 1/4" of water across the whole bottom of the tent.
Coleman: you should not sell this tent without the rain fly. You should not claim that this tent is waterproof. It isn't, and you obviously know it because YOU SELL A RAIN FLY for it. Why would I need a rain fly for a waterproof tent? Why would I need a tent that isn't waterproof? Just bundle them together!
Apart from that, the tent is more-or-less what I expected. It's a much bigger package (and heavier) than any kind of dome-like tent: car camping only. But it can be erected by one person in about a minute, it's pretty spacious (in regards to the comments on here: '4-man' tents are all just 'four skinny hipsters lying in a row'-size tents. This one fits a queen inflatable or three roll mats pretty easily, and you can clamber in and out without crawling on your knees.
I'm about to order the rain fly, and maybe get some use out of this thing yet, but thanks to the awful marketing promises (outright lies?) of this tent I had an awful night camping, with my two-year-old crying for hours because she was soaked. My whole family has a cold now: thanks for nothing Coleman!
This tent is big enough for 2 twin air mattresses and *some stuff. I had 2 small backpacks inside with an auto battery jumper box to charge my cell phone. You can't really stand up in it but its a space for sleeping, not much else.
I bought the rainfly, there is no excuse for not having one when it rains. It should be part of the package on this. Water seeps through any tent material when anything comes in contact with the outside walls. That is the nature of these kinds of materials and has been for years. A rainfly prevents the water from ever settling on your tent in the first place.
I highly recommend buying groundcover that fits. It doesn't have to be fancy just something to keep the bottom clean and from coming in to contact with water flowing across the ground. Keeping the tent clean, dry and free of organic debris when stored is critical. Leaves/organics break down and weaken the tent material while they rot if it is put up dirty. The key to long lasting tents is to store them in a clean, low humidity place inside your home and put them up completely clean and dry inside and out. Doing so will keep any tent from mildewing and/or from being ruined by organic material rotting against them.
All and all I am happy with this purchase for a 2 person camp out as an alternative to our family sized monster tent with 15 poles that have to be assembled when its put up.