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 6 people. Good air flow. Performs well in windy conditions. Waterproof floor. Can fit 2 queen airbeds.
The rain flap does not completely cover the screened porch area.
A good price for an automatic pop-up tent. Doors on 2 sides. Includes rain flap. Stays up without stakes. Fits a queen mattress with extra space for gear. Lives up to its easy to put up and take down promise.
The hexagonal design makes it harder to fit taller people.
4 color choices. Good waterproofing. Set up works well for one person. Comes with good stakes. Compact and lightweight. A good value on a backpacking tent. Quality construction. Decent air flow.
The awning is held up by trekking poles which you have to provide.
Can sleep a tall person comfortably. Stakes included. Simple set up. Guy lines are made of a reflective material to make them easier to see at night.
At 4 lbs., 7 oz., there are lighter backpacking tens available.
6' center height on the dome. 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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