Coleman Sundome 2-Person Dome Tent
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- Polyester taffeta 75 denier flysheet
- Dome tent with spacious interior allows you to move comfortably
- Easy setup in only 10 minutes. Fits two people. Rainfly awning for shade and rain protection
- WeatherTec system with patented welded floors and inverted seams to keep you dry
- Large windows and a ground vent for superior ventilation
- Measures 7 x 5 feet with 4-foot center height
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Set Up Quickly
Snag-free, continuous pole sleeves mean you only have to feed the poles once, shrinking setup time to just 10 minutes.
Two large windows and a ground vent allow for improved air circulation, helping you enjoy a cool and comfortable night's sleep.
The WeatherTec system's tub-like floor uses patented corner welds and inverted seams to help keep water out. Plus, with the hooded rainfly, you can leave the windows open even during downpours.
Organize Small Items
Keep small necessities within reach and off the floor so they don't get trampled with mesh pockets conveniently sewn into the side of the tent's walls.
Pack Up with Ease
When it's time to head home, the tent easily fits into the included carrying bag, which also expands with a rip-strip for extra storage.
Stretch Out in Roomy Interior
2-person tent measures 7 ft. x 5 ft. with a 4 ft. center height. Fits 1 queen-size airbed. Also available in 3-person, 4-person, and 6-person sizes.
|Capacity Options||2-Person, 3-Person, 4-Person, 6-Person||6-Person, 8-Person||4-Person, 6-Person||6-Person||6-Person, 8-Person|
|Set Up Time||10 min||15 min||15 min||20 min||15 min|
|Set Up Type||Conventional||Conventional||FastPitch||Conventional||Conventional|
|DarkRoom (Sunlight Blocking) Technology||✓|
Set up camp in a compact yet spacious tent with the ColemanAr SundomeAr 2-Person Dome. If it rains, this tent Keeps You Dry…Guaranteedƒ,›, thanks to the WeatherTecƒ,› system, which uses a tub floor with patented corner welds, protected seams, and a covered zipper to help keep water out. Meanwhile, the compact dome shape and a strong frame are tested to withstand 35+ MPH winds. You'll get even more weather protection from a door awning and an included rainfly. A ground vent and two windows increase air circulation to help you stay cool and comfortable. Setup is simple with snag-free, continuous pole sleeves; the patented pin-and-ring system; and snag-free Insta-Clipƒ,› suspension. Inside, there's enough room to stretch out on a queen-sized airbed, and storage pockets help to keep small items organized. When it's time to head home, the tent easily packs up into an expandable carry bag with a rip strip, until you're off on your next adventure.
Size: 2-Person | Color: Green
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NOTE: On the advice of lots of folks here I purchased a small 2 oz bottle of "Coleman Seam Sealer" (available here or at Wal-Mart). The day the tent arrived I set it up outside on my back deck and sealed all the seams and let it dry for about 4 hours before folding it back up and putting it away.
PROS: This tent is inexpensive, light weight, easy to erect, and does it's job quite well. It assembles in about 3 to 5 minutes (if you've done it once or twice). The instructions are a perfect guide if you cannot remember the 3 easy steps.
CAMPING IN THE RAIN: So I went on my first camping trip with it this past weekend and I was caught in an off-and-on torrential downpour from 10 PM at night through 9 AM the next morning and guess what? I stayed completely dry and slept very well. I did forget to zip the small electrical cord opening shut for the first few hours and the sideways rain got a few drops in there until I realized it and zipped it tight. I left the vent windows open during the entire storm and had zero issues with water.
TIP: Be sure to bring a couple of large black trash bags to put the tent into if you have to break camp while it is still raining. That prevented a huge wet mess inside the car when I departed the camp site.
Time will tell if this is a durable product ... but so far so good. LIKE!
This tent was great for my needs! I have camped several times before so I am not new to it, however this was my first time where I would be sleeping in a tent alone, therefore transporting, setting up and taking down the tent myself. I took it on a up north camping trip in the woods this weekend in northern Michigan with some friends. Extremely easy to set up! You really can do it in minutes. I took my time with it while having a beer though, so maybe 10-20 minutes for me. Everything you need to set up comes with it.
I did not use the rainfly because there was no rain in the forecast but I'm sure it works great, this "awning" type is what you want. I also didn't put it on because I wanted to be able to look up at the stars at night, and let me tell you, that was AMAZING. Such a clear night and in the woods of northern Michigan you can see an insane amount of stars, along with the Milky Way! That was just too cool to be able to look at them through my tent ceiling. The windows of the tent were great too. I'll see if I can post a photo of my awesome spot in the photos section.
Although it did not rain at all (yay!) there was still a ton of moisture from the air/dew. So much that if you left your sleeping bag out (like my friend did) in the open for an hour or two, it will literally become wet like it did rain. My sleeping bag that I put in the tent right away still got some moisture on it, but there is nothing you can do about that if there is that much moisture in the air. May have been better if I closed the windows and put the rainfly on but it really was no big deal at all.
As for the actual sleeping space inside, it was totally fine for me. I am a little over 5'7" and I would say medium weight, not fat but not skinny. It was exactly what I was looking for, just enough space for me to sleep and my backpack. I would not recommend this as a two person tent though unless you are using it with a sig. other and want to cuddle all night and look at the stars=) In my opinion, it was the perfect amount of space for one. Two adults would probably be tight. Also, I used one of those self-inflating sleeping pads (regular size) and that fit well in there too.
Although my walk to this particular site was not long at all (only 5-10 minutes) I would definitely use it for backpacking. (That was what I had in mind when I first purchased it.) You would need a backpacking backpack, it won't fit inside a regular sized backpack. I'm sure you could strap it on the outside of a regular one though. Doesn't come with straps but the bag has handles so you could strap it on by putting a rope or whatever through those.
Hope that helps! I tried to think of everything I was looking for when I begun my search.
I just got this tent and set it up by myself in my living room and it took me probably less than 10 minutes. There was definitely enough room for 2 people. However, whoever sleeps on the inside/backside of the tent (next to the window) will definitely struggle to get out of the tent without waking/bothering the other person. This is an awesome tent though and I can't wait to try it soon!
Also, I was able to repackage this tent back into it's carry bag with ease! There was no struggle at all! In fact, there's still enough room that I can toss a small hammer in for the tent stakes, and a small brush to dust off the tent before packing. However, the bag is expandable if you need more room to carry stuff. Just remove the tag/band on the bottom of the bag, and you'll have more storage room--which is genius in my opinion. Especially after I've really had to stuff some tents to get them back in their bags (barely)!