Easy to set up. Screened area gives you a place to take off your shoes or sit and not be bothered by bugs. Nice amount of space for up to six people. Good airflow. Performs well in windy conditions. Waterproof floor. Can fit two queen airbeds.
The rain flap does not completely cover the screened porch area.
Four color choices. Good waterproofing. Setup works well for one person. Comes with good stakes. Compact and lightweight. A good value on a backpacking tent. Quality construction. Decent airflow.
The awning is held up by trekking poles, which you have to provide.
A good price for an automatic pop-up tent. Doors on two sides. Includes rain flap. Stays up without stakes. Fits a queen mattress with extra space for gear. Lives up to its promise of easy assembly and disassembly.
The hexagonal design makes it harder to fit taller people.
Can sleep a tall person comfortably. Stakes included. Simple setup. Guy lines are made of a reflective material to make them easier to see at night.
There are lighter backpacking tents available.
Center height on the dome is six feet. Rain fly and tent stakes included. Easy for a novice to set up. Can be set up by one person. Has an electrical cord access port and lantern hook.
Back and side windows do not have a cover unless the rain fly is on.
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