I purchased the Mars Hydro 27x27x63 because of it's unique size which fits perfectly in the space I have available and is tall enough to accommodate my Mars Hydro 300W. The quality of construction seems to be on par with other mid-level grow tents such as Apollo, zippers and windows are 99.9% light tight, I can see a few pinholes of light coming out from zippers/windows but it's negligable. I would have liked a detailed diagram of all vent holes in the description. My one gripe is that there is only one 4" vent hole towards the bottom of the tent (meant for power cords) and the other two 6" vent holes are on the top and upper left and right, an 8" on top, with another 4" in upper rear. One of the most basic principals of indoor growing is that you pump in cold air at the bottom and exhaust hot air out of the top so this oversight is really quite baffling. I am not happy about it but this is the size tent that works right now. I'm also not impressed with the price point, I paid $83 which is $10-$15 too much for this tent IMO.
UPDATE: I received a response from the seller, they apologized for the late response and acknowledged the lack of lower vent holes. They told me that they would take my review into consideration for future designs. I set up the tent using the available vent holes and temperatures have remained acceptable so I updated my review to 4 stars. I would still prefer ducting my cold air into the bottom of the tent.
- Product Dimensions: 28.2 x 17 x 125 cm ; 15.7 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 15.7 Kg
- ASIN: B06ZZ5QB4Q
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 11 April 2017
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