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- Four 10-in. steel tent pegs with flat striking head to secure your tent
- Rubber mallet to comfortably secure stakes in the ground
- Nesting hand broom and dustpan to help keep dirt and debris off tent floor
- Steel rod stake puller to easily pull stakes
- All kit tent essentials fit inside included mesh carry bag
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From the manufacturer
For those who don't mind taking some time to set up their tent. Normal setup times can range between 10 to 20 minutes.
Uses color-coded preattached poles and hubs to help anyone pitch their tent up to 50% faster than conventional setup tents.
Makes pitching a tent in under a minute as simple as: unfold, extend, and secure.
Inverted seams increase weather resistance by hiding needle holes inside the tent.
Engineered to be a stronger, more wind-responsive frame with redesigned poles and guy-out triangles.
A zipper cuff made of weather-resistant fabric adds protection from the elements to the door.
Welding-inspired technology strengthens the tent floor and eliminates needle holes.
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.
Style: Tent Kit
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First, the 4 big tent stakes are what I wanted the least when I bought the kit, but they turned out to be the best thing about it. I was camping in the Rockies recently, and had to set up my tent on very hard ground, and these were the best stakes for the job. I couldn't even get the little metal stakes that came with my tent to go into the ground, and the larger yellow plastic stakes got all bent up. I wound up going out and buying a dozen more of these big stakes, which are basically nails with green hooks on top. (The green hooks are kinda flimsy, unfortunately.)
The mallet is nice for pounding in the small metal or plastic stakes, but pounding the big metal stakes into hard ground did leave some scars in the mallet's rubber head. It'd be nice if one side of it had a metal cap or something.
The stake-puller is basically too weak to pull out any stakes that you can't just pull by hand, although it's nice to use so you don't strain your hands. It's completely worthless for pulling stakes from hard ground, and will just bend until it's wrecked. I'm going to buy a small crowbar instead.
The dustpan is pretty flimsy. Mine immediately cracked along its edge, if I didn't receive it that way. It's also pretty difficult to put back in the bag.
All in all, it's a cheap set, but you're basically just getting a decent mallet, 4 good stakes, and an occasionally-convenient stake puller. Oh, and the bag is pretty good.
The little broom with tiny dust pan came in handy inside the tent because overtime the names came in they dragged some dirt inside with them.
Oh, and be prepared for the mallet to out gas a nasty strong rubber smell. I kept it wrapped in the plastic bag it came in and stored it in my "camp set up" rubbermaid box. That kept it from making the inside of the Element reek of rubber.
The carry bag is handy and allows for quick storage in a small space/area.
The tent pegs are good as far as holding lines and being driven into the ground. But the plastic heads don't hold up to multiple uses (learned this after multiple camping trips this summer).
On the first trip, the stake rod puller worked decently. On the last trip, it bent and warped to the point of being unusable.
I honestly think that you can get better for the money at Walmart or a sporting goods store (or just spend more, which is what I should have done)
I kept the mallet and the dustpan/brush, which is why I still give it a 3 star rating as those items are still useful to me.