Kamp Rite Oversized Tent Cot
Enjoy a more comfortable night's sleep while camping or RV-ing with the Kamp Rite® Oversized Tent Cot. Made of durable materials such as heavy-duty 210D nylon and a heavy-duty powder-coated aluminum frame, you can rest easy knowing your tent cot will last for years to come. The built-in foam mattress offers a comfy alternative to sleeping on the ground. Grab your Oversized Tent Cot and start on your next outdoor adventure today!
- Built-in 3/8" foam mattress
- Constructed from heavy-duty 210D nylon
- No-see-um fly mesh on all windows & doors
- Heavy-duty powder-coated aluminum frame
- Quality poly/ox nylon hinges
- Easy-to-use corrosion-resistant zippers
- High-quality clips & buckles
- Taped seams
- Bed size: 90" x 32"
- Tent size: 90" x 32" x 40"
- Folded size: 34" x 34" x 8"
- Weight: 30 lbs
- Model #: DTC443
- Kamp Rite
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 13277804
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Snowman21 Better support than the cheaper ones I'm glad I paid the extra money as opposed to the other stores the extra legs keep the cot from back flips and front folding July 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hubs great bug protection Everything we expected, big, comfortable, rain resistant and well made. Furthermore, we bought from Dicks Sporting Goods with the 90 day warrantee, so if it does not hold up for the next 6 weeks at scout camp. Dicks will be getting it back! You can loose! June 28, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by unhappy was not a good choice for me!!!!!! I bought this tent when they first came out 2008? It leaks when it rains, the rubber bungees that holds the door/screens up, no longer work. the rods have broken that holds the roof up, and the zipper on the case broke the forth time I used it. The pivot that makes it into different chairs no longer works. WHEN IT RAINS I NEED TO KEEP IT INSIDE ANOTHER TENT. Have been in Scouts 60- years used it on week ends twice a month. October 19, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nursenae Camping for 1 made so much easier... Pros~ roomy, comfortable, easy to assembleCons~ the ends of both sides of the tent part sag, could be tighter.Not sure how it will weather in the rain, because of that? July 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Patreek more than advertised This just arrived at my house today, so I haven't tried it out fully yet. However, I did set it up and try it out for an initial review. The instructions that came with it are clear and concise, I had read complaints about them in reviews I read before purchasing, and have to assume the company went back and fixed them. Either way, even without instructions, this would be very quick and easy to set up, it is very easy to figure out. Construction seems quite sturdy on initial review. I noticed on the box before even opening it that this cot also folds into a standard chair and lounge chair configuration, something I did not see listed as a feature on any of the sites I checked out before purchase, so that was an unexpected bonus. I tried out both chair configurations and found them quite comfortable. I laid in the cot for a bit with the tent set up as well, quite comfortable on its own and with the addition of a sleeping pad it is even more so. It has segmented storage pockets at both the head and foot which should be adequate for holding any small items you would normally stow in your tent like that. I will post again if my opinion changes once I field test this item, but for now I am super happy with my purchase. April 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Wally great air flow from all sides on those nice nights love this tent cot. great air flow on cooler nights. Was pretty steamy on those humid rainy nights though. And easy to get out of since your up off the ground August 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by AL Great concept I was very happy with the tent cot. It is easy to setup and take down. I experienced rain overnite and the fly worked well. You will need to keep some zippers open when sleeping overnite. If you close it up completely, then the tent will get very humid and condensation will form on the inner roof and walls. I would also recommend using a pad or air mattress for additional comfort. My only complaint would be the fact that there is no way to keep the rain fly rolled up on the tent sides. All of the tent windows and screens can be rolled up and secured but there is no way to secure the fly. April 9, 2013
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