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Pro Easy and quick set-up
The internal pole system with attached poles makes set-up quick, easy and thoughtless. All you have to do is unfold the tent, spread out, extend poles and lock them into place. After some practice this can be done under 5 minutes.
Pro Spacious interior
Measuring 14 x 8 feet the tent easily fits two queen size air mattresses and you will still have space left. The height of the tent is 6 feet and 4 so, unless you are really tall, you can easily stand in the tent.
Pro Can separate into rooms
You can separate the tent into two rooms with the included removable divider. In this way you can create a separate room for the children and a room for adults.
Pro Waterproof floor
The floor of the tent is welded so you don’t have to worry about puddle water coming into the tent.
Pro Large doors and windows
It’s easy to get in and out of the tent and bring in large stuff like queen mattresses through the two large doors. Furthermore, there are 7 large windows around the tent that you can open for ventilation or close for privacy.
Con No vestibule
Since the tent hasn’t got a rainfly, there’s no separate vestibule where to put your stuff to protect it against rain. It’s better to bring a separate tarp for your stuff.
Con Poor quality corner joints
The plastic parts that hold the poles together tend to snap easily. After they snap it’s hard to get replacement parts and you need to look for an alternative fix.
Con No proper rain protection
The tent hasn’t got a rainfly for extra rain protection. While you will be fine in lighter showers, the tent may start to leak in heavy rainfall.
Con Heavy to carry around
Weighing at 37.7 pounds the tent isn’t easy to carry around so, most probably, you will need a second person to help you.