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Floor-less Indoor Privacy Tent on Bed Blackout keep Warm Play Tent (Medium:Double Full Queen bed) (Mint)
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- Keep you Warm and Give you Privacy; NO more sleeping in drafty rooms Save on heating bills in winter;Set-up size 82.6 inch(W) x 59.0 inch(L) x 53.1 inch(H)
- Floorless tent; Easy to Set-up and Store away; Machine Washable; Play tent on a bed or a floor
- Special fabric keeps warm air inside while letting out excessive humidity, A mesh-vent on top
- Equipped with Strong and Durable PE Pole. Tent keeps its shape and resilient.
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This floorless tent keeps warm air inside while facilitating ventilation through a mesh vent on top.
Have some privacy here
Great solution for kids and teenagers sharing a room with siblings, and students living in dorms.
This tent gives you maximum privacy even when you have to share a room with others.
Storage pockets inside help you to get organized while enjoying the privacy.
Play tent Kid's fort
Good for kid's play tent on a floor or a bed
Strong & Durable PE pole
Equipped with strong and durable PE poles, this tent is very resilient and keeps its shape.
Please always remove poles first before folding the tent to store away. Otherwise, fabrics can be damaged by strong and elastic poles.
'Small' fits small, super-small, & twin size mattresses.
'Medium' fits double, full, & queen-size matresses.
'Large' fits king size mattress.
Machine-washable; Wool-cycle, Wash separately.
Please use a steam iron to de-wrinkle the fabric.
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I wouldn’t count on it as a light block, though. With the color you probably wouldn’t expect that but if you were looking for blocking you’d need to either add something on top or get a different tent. It is light filtering. And the height is what sold me on the idea: you don’t want to feel claustrophobic when in it like a light blocker we looked at would.
From a parent perspective I wish it had another long side door (has 1 long side 2short side) but also know it needs to keep support somehow. More vent at top or optional zip vent at top may be good too: we all sleep with ceiling fans on and the small vents allow air but restrict breeze. Minor details though: it keeps our son happy and in bed at night (even though panels mostly remain open and only close for adventure, but adventure is a plus too isn’t it?).