Coleman Sundome Tent
|Max Occupancy||2 Person|
|Fabric Type||Polyester taffeta 75 denier flysheet|
About this item
- Polyester taffeta 75 denier flysheet
- Weatherproof: Welded corners and inverted seams keep water from getting in; included rainfly offers extra weather protection
- Wind and rain tested: Strong frame withstands 35+ mph winds
- Great ventilation: Large windows and ground vent for enhanced airflow
- Stay connected: E-port makes it easy to bring electrical power inside
- Easy setup: In 10 minutes
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Welded corners and covered seams keep water out so campers and gear stay dry no matter what.
Large windows and ground vents push warm air up and out so you stay cool and comfortable all night.
Mesh pockets sewn into the tent's walls store small essentials within easy reach.
Bring an extension cord through the E-Port for easy access to electrical power inside your tent.
|Sundome||Evanston||Dome with Screen Room||Elite Weathermaster||Montana|
|Capacity Options||2-, 3-, 4-, 6-Person||6-, 8-Person||4-, 6-Person||6-Person||6-Person|
|Setup Time||10 min||15 min||15 min||20 min||15 min|
|Setup Type||Conventional||Conventional||Fast Pitch||Conventional||Conventional|
|DarkRoom (Sunlight Blocking) Technology||✓|
The whole gang can sleep comfortably in the Coleman 10'x10' Sundome Tent. Measuring a full 6 feet high at the center, the tent sleeps five people comfortably with plenty of room to move around. Coleman's exclusive WeatherTec system is packed with features to keep you and your tent dry, whatever the weather. The durable tub floor has welded corners and inverted seams, making it waterproof to keep moisture out. Leak-free rainfly seams, water-resistant fabric, and a weather-protected zipper guard are all specially designed to repel water and keep you and your gear dry. A strong frame design with 11mm shock-corded fiberglass poles are engineered to withstand stormy conditions. A mesh vent provides increased ventilation, to keep everything cool and comfortable. There are separate storage bags for tent, poles and stakes, with easy-to-follow instructions sewn right into the carry bag, so you'll always have them with you. Great for camping in warm weather, this backpacking tent is designed with large windows and a ground vent to help push warm air up and out to keep you comfortable. A rainfly with an integrated door awning is included to help keep rain from getting into the tent, and the durable Polyguard 2X double-thick fabric is designed to withstand the elements for reliable use season after season. This dome tent offers enough room for one queen size air mattress and comes with built-in storage pockets to help keep your gear organized. An E-Port makes it easy to bring electrical power inside the tent. The WeatherTec system features patented welded floors and inverted seams to help ensure you stay dry if the weather turns, while the sturdy frame with Insta-Clip pole attachments stands up to 35+ mph winds.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 82.68 x 59.06 x 47.24 inches; 7.75 Pounds
- Item model number : 2000027924
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : July 7, 2004
- Manufacturer : The Coleman Company, Inc.
- ASIN : B004J2KDH0
- Customer Reviews:
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Tip for getting it back in the bag:
Fold in half longways. Then fold in thirds longways. Then roll :) rain fly just folded a few times and rolled and had no problems getting it all back in the bag.
1). Great tent for the price. If your on a fixed budget or are looking for a good starter tent you will not beat this one.
2). Very roomy inside. I plan on using this for two people, a shepherd and, all our gear.
3) There is an eyelet at the top of the tent so you can attach a lantern and two side pockets for stowing smaller needed items like a headlamp, cell phone, keys and, so on.
4). There is a small zipper in the bottom front left side of the tent for running wires. See my picture. It is covered by a little yellow strip of material to protect the zipper from the rain. You do not see this feature on most tents. I plan on using it with my solar panel so I can charge my power core, headlamp, cell phone and, other gear from inside the tent out of direct sunlight.
5). I was surprised at how much give the tent had at 17 mph gusts and did not break any poles or tear. It bounced right back to it’s original form.
1). You may want to consider buying stronger tent stakes.
2). I wish there was a high point on each of the four corners for attaching extra guidelines. Although it handled 17 mph gusts very well the tent did bow in quite a bit. If I had to guess, the tent was reduce by almost half it’s size. If I was inside the tent I know I would have been annoyed being hit by it every time a gust came. I really don’t feel the tent as is, could handle much more then that. I’m thinking about how to attach extra guidelines in the corners without effecting the structural stability and elasticity of the tent. Make sure you pitch this tent in a sheltered area out of the wind if your expecting bad weather.
I went out the next morning after the light rain and the inside was dry. The following day saw more rain showers with substantially more rain. Checked the tent again today and it is still dry. After reading some of the reviews I really thought this tent would leak. Because this tent has preformed better then expected I have changed my rating to a five. I am going to seal the seams and spray waterproofing on the tent anyway because I would rather be safe then sorry. For the size and price of this tent you will not find a better deal. Just remember to pitch your tent in a sheltered area in you are expecting winds and you will not be disappointed. I think I have figured out a way to put up extra guidelines on each of the four corners so the tent will preform better with heavy gusts of wind. I will test it out and take pictures. More to come.
That is all for now and there will be more updates coming.
Carry bag - the tent comes neatly packed in a carry bag, with tent, poles, rain fly, ground stakes, door mat, and instructions.
Setup - Easy. Set up by myself, with rain fly, in under 15 minutes. Didn't have to look at the directions. Only suggestion would be to put the word "front" somewhere on the rain fly to indicate which way it goes. However, a quick glance at the packaging will tell you.
Materials - the tent material seems to be of good quality, and should hold up well when taken care of. The zippers are not heavy duty, but i see no issues with them. The floor is heavy duty tarp material.
Screens - the tent has large screen panels on the "ceiling", which makes for a great view when the rain fly is not on. There is an additional window, and screen on the door for extra viewing and airflow.
Floor Vent - there is a vent near the rear of the tent, which allows for additional airflow.
Cord access - there is a small zippered panel in the front corner, that let's you run an extension cord into the tent.
I got the Navy/Grey tent, and the colors are cool. Got some compliments from the neighbors on it. I like that the rain fly comes with the guy lines already attached. The interior gear pockets are fine, good for holding your phone. Wouldn't stuff them with anything heavy. There is a little "ring" at the center of the ceiling, to hang a small light. While you could technically fit 2 queen air mattresses, I would not. It leaves no floor space for gear. I will put in one mattress, and leave the other half of the tent for my kids Pack n' Play, and gear. It will fit the 3 of us comfortably. However, unless you intend to get cozy, I wouldn't advise this for 4 adults (but it could be done).
Stakes - the stakes are just ok...they are the generic skinny steel ones. I would recommend spending an extra $10 bucks and buy some good ones.
Footprint - the tent doesn't come with a footprint, though I imagine this helps keep the cost so low. Not a big deal, I use a tarp anyways.
Door Screen - the upper half of the door can be unzipped to reveal the screen window. I really would have liked if the entire door could be screen, not just the top half.
I also purchased some Coleman Seam Sealer, and sealed all the seams inside the tent, and the rain fly. Some of the seams are taped, but it's just good practice to spend the time to do this, no matter what brand/cost/etc tent you have. It saves headache down the road.
Overall, I'm very pleased with the tent, and the cost. It will work well for short camping trips with a small family, couple, or individual.
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Fue fácil de instalar.
No se veía de afuera hacia adentro, al menos no con una luz tenue. Y tampoco entraba mucha luz del exterior.
Creo recordar que es una casa para 3 estaciones, por lo que si no llevas un buen sleeping, podrías pasar frío. La usé en Léon, Gto en noviembre.