Three-Person Camping Dome Tent 7 Feet X 7 Feet One Touch Set Up
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- One Touch Pop Up Easy Setup, One Touch Easy Foldup
- Square-shaped, dome-style tent for two to three sleepers; measures 7 by 7 feet
- Lightweight enough for hiking and traveling. D-style door, back window, full rain fly.
- Shock-corded fiberglass poles; lightweight steel stakes for stability and strength.
- Nylon floors have taped floor seams; Comes with Carry Bag for Storage
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As someone else pointed out, it is not fully 7 feet inside. This is no problem for me, though. The only reason I did not give it five stars is because of the lack of clear instructions. If not for the video it would have taken me much longer to set up, and since this is marketed as an easy set up tent I feel there should be more instructions included. I have not tested it in the rain or wind, but will update once I have. For $45 I'm very happy.
EDIT 12/10/10: I finally set this up in the rain. I'll admit that I didn't sleep in it, but I wanted to test it out. I left it up for more than a day, and when I checked, there were two places with water. First, in the very center of the tent, there were about three drops of water. Second, at the back there was maybe a silver dollar sized puddle. I think it came in the seam that joins the heavy plastic floor to the nylon. My area had about an inch of rain, so I'm not complaining about a few drops.
EDIT 5/9/11: I took this camping! It rained literally the WHOLE time. Since last time I had those few drips at the back, I made sure that the seam where the black bathtub floor meets the normal fabric was pulled taut, and didn't sag. (I think last time there was a slight sag which made water pool and eventually come in) This time, no leaking! I'm fairly sure that the drips that came from the top were from condensation. It's so humid here. Also, the picture shown is not the same as what I have. The two pictures submitted by cj "phlnkrs" are what I have.
Set-up and Break Down
I needed a tent that will set-up fast since I was camping on my trip. I had the tent bungeed on my Harley-Davidson Road King Classic. The Road King is a wide bike in size and the tent just slightly over-hanged on both sides of the bike. You cannot carry this tent on a smaller, narrower bike. The first night it set-up really easy and it was up and ready within ten minutes. My other biker buddies were impressed how easy it was. That night it also rained and the tent held it's ground - not a drop of water inside. Break down was just as easy. Just pull down slightly on the top round part where the strings to open the tent are attached. Putting the tent back in its carry bag involved a little bit more time and effort since it was going to be "puffed" up. I had each window slightly opened to release air when I rolled it up to put back into the case. Make sure you have the window zippers opened just a bit so the tent releases air when storing.
The second night I removed the tent from the case and this time when I went to set it up it didn't go up as easily. I had to grab one of the umbrella arms and pull up slightly to get the tent to open. I had to do this each other night I set it up. It's not a big deal and just needs a little tug to get it opened.
Sleeping in Tent
I am six feet tall and on the first night I set-up my sleeping bag across the width of the tent. That first night I noticed my feet were touching the side of the tent. All other times after that I set-up my sleeping bag diagonally for more room. This is more a two person tent not three unless you have small children.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My college-aged daughter went on week-long camping trip with the school. They had to set up/break down their camp every day. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Nic
Great tent! To bad everything is made in china! they need to stock more AMERICAN MADE PRODUCTSPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I use this for myself and my two dogs. The easy set-up and take-down are great for a single woman camping. There was room for my air mattress and two 50lb+ dogs.Published 7 months ago by Elizabeth08
I bought this the first time I went camping. I didn't want a large tent in case my first time became my only time. I slept in it with my nephew (5). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Shopper
This tent is awesome for easy up, easy down camping. I travel a lot with my kids and use this to stay in campgrounds instead of a motel because we can put it up so fast. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Rebecca H108
The first tent I received arrived with a broken pole. Had to tape it since I left to camp same day and it did hold up. Amazon shipped another right away! Great service! Read morePublished 10 months ago by P. Young
Awful. Easy to put up, but the bottom is made from some sort of cheap plastic that rattled with the slightest movement or breeze. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Deborah Emeny