Rightline Gear 2-Person Pop Up TentItem Number: 24456036
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Set up your campsite in the blink of an eye with the Rightline Gear® 2-Person Pop Up Tent. This tent quickly expands from its packaged dimensions of 25" to a full-size, two person tent. Water-resistant fabric, tape-sealed seams, and a floor made of PE bathtub material keeps the water out under any circumstances. No-see-um mesh provides privacy, while the durable fiberglass frame creates a lightweight, sturdy shelter during your next campout.
- 2 Person Pop Up Tent
- Seasons: 3
- Doors: 1
- Windows: 2
- Constructed of water-resistant fabric with tape sealed seams
- No-see-um mesh and storm covers on windows and door
- Condensation vent prevents moisture build up
- PE bathtub floor material keeps rain and water out
- Durable fiberglass frame creates a lightweight tent
- Carrying bag included for easy transportation
- Overall dimensions: 90" x 72" x 42"
- Packaged dimensions: 25"
- Tent material: water-resistant nylon
- Window material: polyester mesh
- Weight: 4.75 lbs
- Style #: 110995
- Rightline Gear
Country Of Origin: China
Rated 3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Vauxy Very small It is a small tent not really enough room for two adults. If you are looking for something big enough that sets up in seconds you have to get Quechua tent they have some big pop up tents but the problem is they are not sold by any retailer here in the states so you have to search a bit harder. My advice please Dick's start importing them because they are unique :) July 31, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Raymond Used twice and now useless. We plan on taking Rightline Gear up on their 1 year warranty. By the tents second use two of the metal ferrules that are used to hold the poles together began to fail and bend. The ferrules used are not meant to bend and if you notice the tent has no straight lines were the tent poles are used. On the third use the ferrules failed and broke leaving us stranded with no tent on a 2 day kayak trip. Luckily we stopped at a camp ground only to check if they had anything to fix our tent with and they did. So going against the warranty we modified the poles by installing new ferrules. We continued our journey down the river and got our last nights use out of the tent when I noticed two of the poles were splintered. Sure enough in the morning when folding the tent one of the poles finally snapped. I am not one to abuse my equipment and to only get 3 nights out of this tent is insane. Using ferrules that do not bend with the shape of the tent/poles is a manufacturing mistake. Thanks for reading. July 22, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by FamilyCampers Overall, a great little tent I bought this for camp outs with my son's scouting pack, and so far it has worked great. Seems to be pretty good quality fabric and zippers. Should hold up quite well for its purpose. It took a few tries to get it packed back up, but I think we have it down now. Even bought a second one now, one for the son and the other for my husband and me. July 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Huntingforgooditem12 This tent is fast to put up just what I wanted I got it for camping it's easy to set up a lot of room for one man April 20, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by HoosierHunter76 Not for a lot of use The tent pops up quickly. Not meant for a lot of use as the poles and fabric seem thinner/cheaper. Probably best used for tailgating, sleepover, etc, but I would not recommend for heavy use or if your plans are to go camping. Set up was easy, tear-down was frustrating. Need to watch videos on youtube to see how to take down properly as instructions had only a couple pictures.....also does not pack down like a traditional tent (tube shape)...ends up looking like a giant Frisbee awkward to pack!! March 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Judy103 Great Tent for the Price This is a great tent for the price. Easy set up and University of Tennessee colors! December 12, 2013
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