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Great tent!This reviewer rated product 5 out of 5 stars.Beauch House on wheels3 months ago
We bought this for our family camping trips. We had no trouble setting it up in the rain! My husband and I worked together and it was very user friendly. It has been perfect for keeping the bugs and the rain off our girls and us. We have plenty of room for the picnic table and a couple chairs. It has been great so far. And no collapsing roof!
NOT FOR RAINSThis reviewer rated product 3 out of 5 stars.PNW Native3 months ago
We bought this about a month ago for daily use.. nicely made ... good quality and very spacious.... HOWEVER, it cannot be used during rains unless you are standing in it holding the center up.. the center fills with water very quickly and is in danger of collapse.. Would not recommend for daily use with eminent wet weather.
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Nice Sun ShelterThis reviewer rated product 5 out of 5 stars.engineernate1 month ago
This is a really nice sun shelter. Pretty easy to put together with 2 adults and blocks the sun really well. The mesh panels are very fine and block about half of the airflow, it can get quite hot with them zipped up. with 3 of the 4 sides open with a nice cross breeze this is a very nice shelter. being able to move the 2 sun panels is a nice touch, allows for shade all day with out having to re-position the shelter.
Love the features!This reviewer rated product 4 out of 5 stars.Katie172 months ago
I have already taken this tent on a camping trip with hot sun, rain and wind. This tent stayed in place and helped with all three. Love this tent for camping. Easily packs up into bag that fits in small space in our pop up camper.
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Screen Houses For Your Space
When warm weather hits and you can't get enough of the outdoors, tents and screen houses keep you comfortable and bug free. However, choosing the best screen house tent depends on what your outdoor setup looks like. If you're assembling your screen tent for the long haul in your backyard, amply sized designs provide plenty of room for the whole family and guests. If you're headed for camp and want to create your own pest-free oasis, pop-up designs with collapsible frames might be a better fit, so you can quickly assemble and disassemble between trips.
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