Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent, Navy

June 13, 2018 - Comment

The Coleman Sundome 2-Person Dome Tent is designed for quick and easy setup, so you can spend more time enjoying the outdoors. Great for camping in warm weather, this backpacking tent is designed with large windows and a ground vent to help push warm air up and out to keep you comfortable. The WeatherTec system

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The Coleman Sundome 2-Person Dome Tent is designed for quick and easy setup, so you can spend more time enjoying the outdoors. Great for camping in warm weather, this backpacking tent is designed with large windows and a ground vent to help push warm air up and out to keep you comfortable. The WeatherTec system features patented welded floors and inverted seams to help ensure you stay dry if the weather turns, while the sturdy frame with Insta-Clip pole attachments stands up to 35+ mph winds. A rainfly with an integrated door awning is included to help keep rain from getting into the tent, and the durable Polyguard 2X double-thick fabric is designed to withstand the elements for reliable use season after season. This dome tent offers enough room for one queen size air mattress and comes with built-in storage pockets to help keep your gear organized. An E-Port makes it easy to bring electrical power inside the tent. The Coleman Sundome 2-Person Dome Tent sets up in only 10 minutes thanks to snag-free continuous pole sleeves and packs away compactly in the included expandable carry bag that lets you tear away the rip strip for easy packing.

Product Features

  • Dome tent with spacious interior allows you to move comfortably
  • Easy setup in only 10 minutes
  • WeatherTec system with patented welded floors and inverted seams to keep you dry
  • Large windows and a ground vent for superior ventilation
  • Measures 7 x 5 feet with 4-foot center height

Comments

Eskimoose says:

Waterproof, Inexpensive, Fast Set Up, and Light-Weight (2-Man Tent) Good gosh folks! I bought this 2-man tent due to the low price and the high scoring reviews here at Amazon and the reviews are spot on. I had my eye on quite a few other tents at $125 to $250 but I have to say this one caught my eye early on because of the reviews. I said: “wtf? Order it and see how it performs and if it was all a big lie then I’m out a measly $38!”NOTE: On the advice of lots of folks here I purchased a small 2 oz bottle of “Coleman Seam Sealer” (available here or at Wal-Mart). The day the tent arrived I set it up outside on my back deck and sealed all the seams and let it dry for about 4 hours before folding it back up and putting it away.PROS: This tent is inexpensive, light weight, easy to erect, and does it’s job quite well. It assembles in about 3 to 5 minutes (if you’ve done it once or twice). The instructions are a perfect guide if you cannot remember the 3 easy steps.CAMPING IN THE RAIN: So I went on my…

Kshopper says:

Great for one person! Very easy set-up, good quality, compact tent. I did A TON of research and read a lot of reviews here on Amazon before finally deciding that this was the tent I was going to purchase. I was looking for a decently priced, easy to set-up, portable tent for one person. I wanted to use it for backpacking as well as other campsite adventures. I just used it for the first time this weekend so I don’t have experienced feedback yet I suppose, but thought I would share my findings so far while they’re fresh.This tent was great for my needs! I have camped several times before so I am not new to it, however this was my first time where I would be sleeping in a tent alone, therefore transporting, setting up and taking down the tent myself. I took it on a up north camping trip in the woods this weekend in northern Michigan with some friends. Extremely easy to set up! You really can do it in minutes. I took my time with it while having a beer though, so maybe 10-20 minutes for me. Everything you need to set up comes with…

Rachel Draz says:

Camping/Backpacking Tent on a College Budget After years of camping in a collective tent with my family (about 4-5) all crammed in once space, it was time to buy a smaller tent for myself and possibly a partner. Did my research, and living on a college budget, I knew I couldn’t afford to drop $300+ on a nice backpacking tent. At least not right away. However, I finally managed to put it through it’s paces this weekend, and I’ll admit, it’s a pretty decent product, with only a few cons.First, the travel bag it comes in is not meant for backpacking. At all. This is standard Walmart-esk canvas bag that is heavy, cumbersome, and square. However I’ve had absolutely no problems getting the tent in and out of the bag. The tent isn’t an odd shape, and it rolls up really well. However, if you’re going to go backpacking, you’ll need to buy a separate bag.Second, assembly is a dream! I could probably do it with my eyes closed if I had to. Two poles, same length, lightweight and pretty sturdy. Had no problems getting…

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