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Coleman 4-Person Instant Cabin
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- 150D/150D Polyester/taped seams
- Spacious interior has room for 1 queen airbed; 8 x 7 ft. footprint, 4 ft. 10 in. center height
- Pre-assembled poles for fast and easy setup in about a minute
- WeatherTec system's patented welded floors and inverted seams help keep water out
- Illumiline reflective guy lines for greater visibility at night
- Built-in vented rainfly for extra weather protection
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Nothing kills a campsite buzz like a tent with too many poles and too little instruction. Enter the Coleman Instant Tent 4, a four-person tent that sets up in less than a minute. The tent is made using an innovative one-piece design, with poles that come pre-attached to the tent. That means there's no frustrating assembly and no parts to lose. Simply unfold the tent, spread out the fabric, extend the poles, and click and lock. The only thing easier is rolling out your bag and sleeping in the open.
Made of heavy-duty 150D polyester taffeta, the Instant Tent 4 is every bit as sturdy as its traditional counterparts. The tent is outfitted with Coleman's exclusive WeatherTec system, a series of technical features intended to protect you from inclement weather and nasty storms. WeatherTec tents are built with a coated polyester fabric combined with anti-wicking thread, webbing, and zippers, all designed to keep you dry when the rain comes down. The tent's welded waterproof floor and inverted floor seams, meanwhile, dramatically increase the water resistance by hiding the needle holes inside the tent and away from the elements.
The tent is also fully taped, eliminating the need for a separate rainfly. Add in a strong, wind-responsive frame and you have a shelter that performs like a brick house during a storm. In fact, Coleman is so confident in its WeatherTec system that it exposes its WeatherTec tents to a rain room that simulates nasty downpours, and to a wind machine capable of blowing hurricane force gusts. The results? Even after the tests, Coleman guarantees its WeatherTec tents will keep you dry. The 4-Person Instant Tent, which sleeps up to four people in its 8-by-7-foot footprint, stands 59 inches tall in the center and includes room for one queen airbed. The tent weighs 35.55 pounds and carries a limited one-year manufacturer's warranty.
Coleman Instant Tent Buying Guide
|Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent||Coleman 6-Person Instant Tent||Coleman 14x8 Foot 8-Person Instant Tent||Coleman 14x10 Foot 8-Person Instant Tent|
|Footprint||8' x 7'||10' x 9'||14' x 8'||14' x 10'|
|Center Height||4' 11"||5' 11"||6' 4"||6' 5"|
|Inner Tent||Polyster Taffeta 150D||Polyster Taffeta 150D||Polyster Taffeta 150D||Polyster Taffeta 150D|
|Polyester Mesh 68D||Polyester Mesh 68D||Polyester Mesh 68D||Polyester Mesh 68D|
|Floor||Polythylene 1000D||Polythylene 1000D||Polythylene 1000D||Polythylene 1000D|
|Poles||16-mm and 20-mm steel||16-mm and 20-mm steel||16-mm, 20-mm and 22-mm steel||16-mm, 20-mm and 22-mm steel|
|Rainfly||Rainfly for Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent||Rainfly for Coleman 6-Person Instant Tent||Rainfly for Coleman 14x8 Foot 8-Person Instant Tent||Coming Soon|
|Flysheet Material||Polyster Taffeta 150D||Polyster Taffeta 150D||Polyster Taffeta 150D||Polyster Taffeta 150D|
More than 100 years ago, a young man with an entrepreneurial spirit and a better idea began manufacturing lanterns in Wichita, Kansas. His name was W.C. Coleman, and the company he founded would change life in America. A man plagued with such poor vision he sometimes had to ask classmates to read aloud to him, Coleman saw a brilliant light in 1900 in a drugstore window that stopped him in his tracks. He inquired about the light inside and discovered he was able to read even the small print on a medicine bottle by the illumination. The lamps had mantles, not wicks, and were fueled by gasoline under pressure instead of coal oil. Soon afterward, Coleman started a lighting service that offered a "no light, no pay" clause--a big step forward for merchants who were burned by inferior products that rarely worked--and drew substantial interest from businesses that wanted to keep their lights on after dark. In the ensuing years, Coleman expanded its product line well beyond lanterns. The company's current catalog is thick with products that make spending time outdoors a pleasure. There are coolers that keep food and drinks cold for days on end, comfortable airbeds that won't deflate during the night, a complete line of LED lights that last for years, powerful portable grills that cook with an authentic open-grill flame, and much, much more. Coleman has truly fashioned much of our outdoor camping experience, and expects to do so for generations to come.
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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!
The other issue is lack of privacy-I'm a Mom who camps with Boy Scouts and I'm sometimes the only woman present. With no rainfly to mask the windows, I could not open them at all while I slept. The tent is airless and stuffy with all the windows closed. The four person model is almost the perfect size for a single person with a cot and gear, but even at 5'2" I could not stand up straight anywhere in the tent. It's difficult to change clothes in. The cot barely fit into the back side of the tent, but an air mattress would fit better as the bottom floor is considerably wider than the sloped up sides.
Coleman has a home run here if they make a few modifications like adding a fly, ties for the window flaps, more headroom, widening the walls, and shoring up the floor area by the door.