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Coleman Sundome 3 Person Tent
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- The three-person dome design is quick and easy to set up
- Spacious interior, room to move
- Dome design for quick setup, 10 minutes
- Snag-free, continuous pole sleeves for easy setup
- Rainfly awning for shade and rain protection
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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
3-person tent measures 7 ft. x 7 ft. with a 4 ft. center height. Fits 1 queen-size airbed. Also available in 2-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||✓|
Style: Tent | Color: Green | Size: 3-Person
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I got this tent because I knew I wanted more room for the dog and to get my girlfriend to actually enjoy camping. But I didn't expect this tent to be this huge, we had more than enough room for the two of us and my dog (lab/pointer mix) with plenty of room for our packs.
This tent WILL KEEP YOU DRY, I took this tent on a multi day float trip from Missouri down into Arkansas, during which time I got rained on and the river even came up to one corner of the tent bottom and not a drop came into the tent.
If you are an average camper who isn't so much into the long distance backpacking this tent is awesome, seriously, you should just buy it now if you fit in that category.
Now here are my critiques, and my comments for those more adventurous people looking for a tent.
This is NOT a COLD WEATHER tent! This is also the reason I didn't give it the full 5 stars. I took this tent out for a trip to the spanish peaks in colorado and camped out multiple nights. It was mid May and we camped at 10K ft. the night dropped down to the low 20's F and we were freezing, the gusts of wind would run right through this tent. This tent has a big mesh ceiling, a tall ceiling, and a large breathable mesh hole on the back wall, all of this is great for warm environments, however, it does not hold in heat, it expels it. It is too breathable for cold or windy environments.
For those looking for a winter tent, I am not saying that you want a tent that is totally sealed up, tents that are totally sealed up cause you to sweat and holds in the moisture, moisture is your enemy in below freezing condition. You want something breathable, but you also want to keep in the heat, look for something with a lower ceiling and a rain fly that runs all the way to the ground, including covering up the doors (people use that area for their boots usually). Tents that have those types of rain fly's will have slots cut out that you can open to get a small amount of breathability out of the rain fly. With the addition of a rain fly like that I would say that this tent would fully fall into that 3rd season they advertise, but without a beefed up rain fly I would argue that this tent is more compatible for summer camping only. This rain fly keeps out the rain exceptionally well, but not so much the wind. I would also advise any backpackers, to take a wool blanket to set as a floor mat, then lay your sleeping pads on that, you will be much warmer and happier.
Based on forum advice I got some nail type tent pegs that were easy to drive into the ground and a rubber mallet. So I have not used the ones that come with the tent, so I had a very easy time setting it up. The poles were already connected by a string and I had to thread them through and clip them on with the attached clips. I also got a tarp for the bottom of the tent based on advice on some reviews posted here, but as I learned it's better to leave the tarp off in rainy weather as water can pool on it and make the tent wet. It would be better to get a tent footprint to put under it. The rain fly is easy to install too and the included cords helps make sure the rain fly is stretched out away from the vents. I had carried a seam sealer but reviews advised not to use it as the tent remains dry.
This tent is very well ventilated so it gets cold and airy in the tent in the night even if the temperatures are in 50s. Someone suggested putting a blanket on top of the tent to cover the vents. I did carry a transparent shower curtain for that purpose, but haven't used it so far. This is a great tent for warmer summer evenings and temperatures 55 plus. We've used it in 35 plus temperatures but it's really, really cold and if I did not have an ultra warm 20+ degree sleeping bag I would have frozen. I also carry an extra blanket to put on top of the sleeping bag.
The 4 person tent is 9ft by 7ft and it fitted an Intex Queen Mattress and there is a little room on all sides of the tent after fitting in the mattress. If you push it to one side then there is place for all the bags, and my dog. In comparison this 3 person tent is 7ft X 7 ft and it just fits a queen mattress and no more. It's just enough for 2 adults. In fact, if you inflate the mattress with a car pump it's a bit tough to get it into the tent fully inflated. You may need to almost inflate and finish off once it's inside the tent, but for that you either need to have a separate hand pump or be able to bring the car really close. Of course, you can also use an air pad instead of an air mattress! It's a compact tent so it's easier to warm it up, it's much tougher to stand inside a 3 person tent vs. a 4 person tent.
The white walls of the tent reflect light well and there are 2 pockets on the side where you can put a flashlight facing upward to illuminate the whole tent. Another feature I like is was that the bottom of the tent is bathtub style and comes up all around about 3-4 inches which helps keep dirt and water out. It's also advisable to pitch the tent on higher ground slightly sloping downwards so that the water flows downward away from you.
The pull down takes very little time and I figured out finally how to roll it back tightly so it fits back inside the bag with all accessories. You just need to make sure you have the door and window unzipped so you can let all the air out and then it rolls up tight.
On a recent trip to Crater Lake, OR we took off the rain fly as there was no chance of rain and were able to gaze at the Milky Way, and saw many shooting stars through the rain fly. It was magical. I always think I sleep better in this tent than I do in my own bed. I do carry ear-plugs though as some campers can be late sleepers or some camp sites can have a lot of highway noise.
This tent is still going strong after about 10 camping trips or more. I took a time lapse video of my daughter putting up the 4 person tent. With a little help, it's even easier to put up, but she wanted to demonstrate putting it up with no help. It took her about 15 minutes, if there is someone to hold and align the poles it takes less time. The 3 person tent is even easier to put up as the poles are shorter.