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Gorilla Grow Tent LTGGT22 Tent, 2' x 2.5' x 5'7"
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- Height Adjusting with the patent pending adjustable extension poles (sold separately) allowing you to increase the height of your grow tent from 5′ 7″ to 6′ 7″
- Dependable and durable canvas provides a safe and secure growing environment
- Solid metal interlocking frame
- Bug resistant adjustable micro mesh pre-filters
- LITE LINE utilizes an all steel, interlocking, secure, frame. In addition, they still include viewing windows, tightly reinforced seals, strong zippers, and durable fabric
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Positives - As long as the velcro holds up around the windows, the light tightness is superb. The removable floor liner truly is waterproof, held a couple gallons no problem after a runaway blumat incident. The height extension is a great feature as it saved me on this crop stretching quite a bit. The large vent openings on the tent are awesome. I can fit 6" insulated ducting through no problem(insulated duct acts as a sound dampener).
Overall it's a good but not great tent. I give it 3 stars at the current price. Cut the price $60 and it would be 5 stars.
Starting with the negative -
1. So the item came in the retail packaging... Meaning you will get a box with not only the dimensions and and brief description, but also two full color GORILLA LITE LINE stickers on sides. The black and yellow stickers certainly stick out when on a brown shipping box. If you are looking to be discrete keep this in mind.
2. There was a piece of metal rolling around inside one of my poles. It didn't affect my use of the item and I was able to shake it out once it situated itself, but I expect high quality control from premium vendor$. Also, I noticed that the poles used were identical to those of the GL60 (identical packaging, same thickness, same white powder coat and same labeling). I would be willing to bet they source their poles from the same vendors. Not a real negative as they are both premium options.
3. One of the ports was missing one of the plastic spring loaded deals to cinch the ports closed. Again, a quality control issue.
4. Only one load bearing support pole at the top whereas the GL60 gives you two. The way I understand it is the two lower poles support the weight of the pole(s) above. The GL60 came with a total of 4 poles at the top for cross bracing where the Gorilla only has 3. However, i'm sure they're both plenty strong. I was just worried about positioning my poles so everything can hang where I need it.
5. The port openings are generous...read HUGE! In this size setup I can't imagine anybody requiring that big of an opening. Could be a good or a bad thing depending on the person. Maybe better to have than not though.
6. Doesn't come with the pictured height extension!
7. A few loose ends of strings here and there. Could be better and again quality control. Nothing that scissors and a few minutes couldn't fix if you're that kind of person.
The positive - So despite the quality control issues, the positives far outweigh the negative.
1. Out the box you will see that everything is fitted nicely into a carrying bag. The bag is made out of the same material as the tent. Reflective material on the inside and all. Its nice to have this bag in case you need to break it down to move or store it away. The bag also shares the same zippers as the tent.
2. The fabric is super heavy duty. Like a Marmot or North Face backpack shell. The fabric is tough and thicker than the GL60 but surprisingly not as rigid. The Gorilla is more like tough heavy duty fabric while the GL is more like super thick crinkly tarp.
3. Not sure if the diamond texture gives you any real advantage, but it sure does look more appealing than the normal mylar interior.
4. Instead of having three velcro windows at the bottom you get one at the back and two large ports on the side. This makes more sense as they are much better suited to making a light tight air intake. The two side vents at the bottom of the GL60 leaked light around the stitching and velcro which bothered me a lot. Also, as most people will probably have the back of the tent up against a wall it makes sense to have only one mesh screen opening at the back. Further, the ports cinch well and no light can get get in or out.
5. The windows are awesome! the only drawback of the windows is they have the fiber optic affect at the edges. Meaning there is a very faint glow at the edges of the plastic where it is stitched together. You won't see it unless you are right on the tent looking down at the seams.Don't confuse this with the glow of a zipper or stitching leaks, its not that intense.
6. The extra height and 1/2' footprint makes this thing seem a lot bigger than the GL60. The extra 1/2' in width was worth the difference in price alone! Also, the extra height is awesome as it gives you more space to hang all your stuff and it buffers the temps better keeping it cooler than the GL60 with the same equipment.
7. The top is a separate piece. I don't need the extra height and it would probably be top heavy if you added the extension with such small footprint, but its nice to have the option if you ever need it (!!!doesn't come with extension kit!!!).
8. They have figured out how to make it lightproof which is the MOST important part! On all the zippers and adjoining sections of the tent there is a generous lip made out of the same material as the tent. Seems like a no brainer but the GL60 didn't have it so there were all kinds of leaks around the zippers and stitching. GL60 had a narrow black fabric lip that wasn't too effective. On the front vertical zipper there is a double layer of material and velcro on the backside at strategic locations to hold the pieces together. They definitely went the extra mile on the front side and it works like gangbusters. All the extra flaps get in the way when unzipping it all, but the extra few seconds spent undoing the velcro and flaps is small price to pay for complete darkness. Oh and I almost forgot the outside flaps also velcro down at multiple points to keep everything closed up nice and tight.
9. Unlike the GL60 the floor liner is appropriately sized. It fits well and velcros to the poles without pulling the other corners out of whack in the process like the GL60.
10. Metal corners...nuff said
11. Reinforced corners on the outer tent shell.
12. Very smooth zippers. On the GL60 I was always fighting to align the zipper and get it started, but not on the Gorilla. The zipper is much larger, easier to get on track without having to stretch the halves together and it glides really smooth. I don't think they're metal but I don't foresee them breaking any time soon.
13. The little pocket on the inside is awesome! whatever little doodads you use routinely can be stored there (meters, loupes, shears etc). Super convenient.
So in summary I wish I would've just spent the extra $25 bucks the first time around and got the Gorilla. Hell I was about to spend almost that much on foil tape to fix all the leaks on the GL60 that the gorilla doesn't have! I have to say I am throughly impressed with the increase in quality and additional features of the Gorilla over the GL for such a small price difference. If you have the extra space and $ to spare save yourself some time and frustration and go first class.
So I notified Gorilla of the missing piece and I received a response and solution within an hour!!! So although I questioned the quality control, that extra nickel gets you first class customer service!! They have set a new standard for me.
I learned a lesson and ponied up for the Gorilla, and after a few grows in this I am glad I did. High quality item, can't tell you how great the "window" feature is -this makes things much easier over the cheaper tents. I love the expandability in height although since I'm using a scrog I don't need the extra height.
Would order again. A+
Update 03/16/16: I'm still using this tent, probably on it's fifth or sixth grow now? I always wipe down and clean the inside between grows, and it still works well for my purposes. Frame is still sturdy. The other cheap tent I had has completely disintegrated, I already threw it away. There is a *tad* bit of light-leak around the velcro windows, but if you are diligent about tamping it down every time you open it, it's fine. There is also a bit at the base where the zippers meet - originally a flap covered this spot well but over time it's stretched a bit and it doesn't seal. Neither are big deals nor are they deal breakers for me. My other tents didn't even make it this far.I would still order again, in fact I added a second one in early 2015.
I would like to point out that the purpose of a tent is to provide a separation between environments. This means you have some control of light, water temp etc. Some folks are having some misconceptions about how tents are supposed to be "Light Proof". Well...not so much. The prime reason is we want it dark inside is so the plants will not get "confused" by outside light sources. Not to be lightproof from the outside. That's what your closet is for if you need that level of privacy. All in all, I say it's a great tent and money well spent.