Coleman 4-Person Pop-Up Tent
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- 4-Person Pop-Up Tent
- Pre-assembled poles for easy 10-second setup
- Taped floor seams help keep you dry
- Multi-position rainfly for the perfect balance of protection and ventilation
- Packs up flat for easy storage;Two storage pockets to organize your gear;9 ft. 2 in. x 6 ft. 6 in.;3 ft. 4 in. center height
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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.
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My only complaint is the door. It was SO hard to zip. It would zip fine up until the very end and then we had to use both hands to pull the material together to get the zipper up. We adjusted the tent stakes and no luck. At the very end of the trip, we completely unstaked it and the door zipped up perfectly easy! So, if you aren’t camping somewhere windy, don’t stake it down. We staked the rain fly down and that’s it. As long as you have bags or some sort of weight in the tent, it shouldn’t go anywhere without the stakes. And you will save yourself a lot of frustration trying to zip up the door.
All in all, a nice tent and very convenient! We are keeping it now that we’ve discovered the secret to get the door to zip up.
SIZE: This is definitely NOT for 4 adults. 4 kids? Maybe. After reading reviews we thought it best to get the 4 person, there is the perfect amount of space for two people horizontally and our belongings at our feet - OR - Vertically with items on each side. I would definitely not want any less space for two people than what is provided.
SPACE/GEAR: You can't stand in this tent but there is plenty of head space and gear space for two people of course. If you use an air mattress, I wouldn't use a high one. We purchased two sleeping pads to maximize head space and a light weight queen sleeping bag that could be separated for when we camp separately. A big pro of these items is that they pack small, easy to set up, surprisingly comfortable, and inexpensive. The whole point in purchasing this tent is because it's easy set up so why not make everything as easy ;) (items listed below)
WATERPROOF: Surprisingly well. We've used it twice in rain and for the first adventure the rain was fierce! We were in a lake of a puddle but there was no puddled water inside... it did get a bit moist but we were definitely surprised by how well it fared. When making it back to the tent after a soaking wet hike, we slipped a tarp underneath to be safe but we could have gotten by without.
WEATHER: We live Georgia and purchased this in May... It's been super breezy and comfortable in the heat and through some cool spells in the Mountains. We're about to take it to Asheville in a few days with a high of 70 and a low of 40. Fingers crossed our sleeping bags keep us cozy bc I'm concerned the tent is not going to be any help... I'll try to update ;)
The handle on the bag. it's smaller than a purse handle. Ideally it would be a shoulder strap or even have back pack straps (even though you'd end up looking like you have a turtle shell on your back) I'm sure a shoulder strap would be easy enough to sew on but just saying it would be nice.
Sleeping Pad// https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0197MJGHO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Sleeping Bag// https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LXK5T5Z/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
So here's the big issues:
1) The door zipper is really flimsy, and felt like it could tear easily, especially once the tent is staked down and occupied.
2) It folds up into a massive 3' wide bag, which is thin/lightweight so not a big deal for weight, but may pose a storage or portability issue for some...definitely better for casual car campers vs. trying to backpack that thing anywhere.
3) There is a gigantic warning tag regarding the flame retardants used on the fabric. Did some digging to assess actual risk, and there are reported issues with vapor inhalation / transference onto skin when sleeping in / assembling tents that use those chemicals in the fabric, and recommendations to wear gloves when assembling and avoid using the rain fly. Since our other tent doesn't have the sketch chemicals on it we're going to stick with that model.
If you do decide to get this tent, quick tip: take care if you're opening it indoors or with people standing nearby - it can pop up FAST, and when I pulled it out of the carrying bag in our living room it exploded from a flat circle to a 9' tent pretty much instantly. I'd thought I had enough space for it and was mentally prepared, but still pretty sure I peed my pants a little in the commotion.