Coleman Cabin Tent with Instant Setup | Cabin Tent for Camping Sets Up in 60 Seconds
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- Dark room technology: Blocks 90% of sunlight (vs. a comparable Coleman tent) so you can sleep in past sunrise
- Reduces heat: For a more comfortable rest anytime of day
- Weatherproof: Welded corners and inverted seams keep water from getting in; included rainfly offers extra weather protection
- Visibility at night: Reflective guy lines are easier to spot in the dark
- Room divider: For added privacy
- Instant setup: In as fast as 1 minute
- Roomy interior: 14 x 10 ft. With 6 ft. 7 in. Center height; fits 4 queen-size air beds
- 1-year limited warranty
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From the manufacturer
Adventure is moments away with preattached poles that allow for quicker, easier pitching in about a minute.
A patented hinged door offers easy in and out access.
Roomy cabin tent comes with a room divider for added privacy.
Pack Up with Ease
When it's time to head home, the tent easily fits into the included carry bag, which also expands with a rip-strip for extra storage space.
About the Brand
Coleman helps people make fun memories by providing the lighting, stoves, coolers, tents, sleeping bags, and camping tools integral to their favorite outdoor experiences.
The Coleman Instant Cabin makes getting camp set up quicker and easier than ever. This instant tent has pre-attached poles that make setting up camp as simple as unfolding, extending, and securing. You can assemble the tent in about a minute and then get started on your adventure. This camping tent is designed with the WeatherTec system that features patented welded floors and inverted seams to help ensure you stay dry if it starts to rain. An integrated vented rainfly offers added protection from the rain and improves airflow without the need for extra assembly. This backpacking tent is made from rugged Polyguard 2X double-thick fabric that stands up to the rigors of the outdoors, so you can use it reliably season after season. This 6-person tent offers enough room for two queen size air beds and comes with integrated storage pockets to help you keep small items organized. And when it’s time to go home, the camping tent packs away securely in the included expandable carry bag that lets you tear away the rip strip for easy packing.
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We had four of the EXACT same Coleman 6-person instant tents set up and mine was the only one that leaked. I assume the factory missed the waterproofing step.
MAKE SURE YOU TEST THE TENT BEFORE YOU DRIVE FIVE HOURS FROM HOME TO USE IT.
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.
Took it for the first time on my own. Again was easy to set up. This trip it did rain. Rain fly is useless. Unless you have the windows zipped all the way up, you are going to get wet. Then windows up, no ventilation. Got hot inside real fast. Door is a real pain at night in the dark to get in and out of. Don't be in a hurry.
Leaking, Leaking and more leaking. Amazing that this didn't come with a rain fly. No, not amazing, ridiculous. Where didn't it leak? This was not a hurricane - just some simple showers. It leaked at every corner floor joint. Every window leaked even when zippered completely shut. The door leaked. Who designed the door zipper? Fire that person. The zipper on my dome tent is perfect - why did someone think that needed to be changed? The windows all leaked along the bottom seam. Why? Because the side slopes can't be made taut, it rains down, water runs down the sides and collects at the bottom of the window. It has no place to go but in the tent - it's as if someone designed it that way!! The only way to prevent that leakage is to install a second shelter - or tarp - over the tent with sides, back and front that extend beyond the bottom of the window. I looked at the rain fly you can buy for this tent, and I don't think it does that. The leaking seam at the corners and where the floor connects just seems to be poor quality workmanship. I gave it a second and third coat of seam sealer and it did reduce the amount of leaking, but didn't eliminate it. I brought the tent home, set it up and let it dry out real good, then gave it a fourth really heavy dose of seam sealer at all seams. We'll see if that helps. I also designed my own rain tarp out of an old shelter frame I had that I will put over the tent next time. That's ridiculous to have to put up a shelter to put my tent under. Ridiculous. Why am I even giving this a three???? I guess because I can stand up in it, it goes up quickly, and it fits my queen-size cot with room to spare.
I've decided to get a new tent. Not a Coleman. The engineering and quality of this tent was just horrible. I've coated the tent inside and out with at least 4 applications of silicone spray and several coats of seam sealer on all seams. I even caulked the floor to wall seam with clear silicone caulk. I noticed in the pictures that there are 5 pole to tent clips on each corner. Mine only had 4, so I added tarp clips on the corners where it was sagging. The walls sagged so I added tarp clips on the sides to tighten the walls and floor. See pictures. I bought the rain fly. It rained tonight and the interior is soaked. Water leaked right through the walls and especially at the base of the windows. I'm leaving next Sunday for a week camping in the UP of Michigan. I hope my new tent gets here in time. Really, I recommend you do not by this tent!
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Update: ok went camping and it rained for 2 hours and walls of tent were soaked and water was dripping from centre of roof. So really bad fail and a complete waste of money. Do not buy!
Eso sí, igual compré aparte un accesorio extra especial para las lluvias, pero por debajo ni por los mosquiteros se filtró el agua.
Eramos 4 personas y muy probablemente terminemos vendiendo esta y comprando una para 6 personas, porque entre las maletas, cosas de comida, un colchón inflable y nosotros... apenas cupimos.