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Coleman Montana 8-Person Tent EXPIRED

jrh62520 112 March 7, 2013 at 08:19 PM in Sporting Goods (5) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 03-07-2013 at 09:59 PM View Original Post
Amazon has Coleman Montana 8-Person Tent for $109.99 - $20 off during checkout = $89.99 with free shipping. Thanks jrh62520

Price Research: Our research indicates that Coleman Montana 8-Person Tent is $49 lower (35% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $139 to $220. - yuugotserved

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Edited March 7, 2013 at 08:22 PM by jrh62520
Coleman Montana 8-person Tent $109.99 - $20(promo) = $89.99 free super saver shipping

8 person/1 room tent , 16 x 7-Feet footprint, 74-Inch center height,11-millimeter fiberglass poles
Modified dome structure, simple to set up, electrical access port and reverse angle windows
Great for family car campers, scout leaders, extended camping trips and easy to transport
75-denier polyester taffeta fly, 68-denier polyester mesh inner tent, 1000-denier polyethylene floor
Includes limited one-year manufacturer's warranty, made in China

Amazon has a Coleman promo going on right now: "Spend $100 Save $20 on Select Coleman Products For a limited time when you spend $100 or more on select Coleman camping gear you'll receive a $20 discount at check-out." see all items [amazon.com]

This is a pretty darn good deal for this tent, I just bought one.

http://www.amazon.com/Coleman-200...=montana+8

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#16
Quote from qkslvr221 View Post :
Why would the discount be applied differently than the OP model? One is 90 and the other is 100.shake head
My math is offSmilie Its late ughh forgot about discount
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#17
How much was it at costco?
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How much was it at costco?
Looks like it was about $125 at Costco full price, but they've offered coupons in the past bringing it down to about $99. Some may have purchased when they clearance them out (if you can find one). Good deal, not amazing, but good.
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#19
How hard is this one to set up? Would love to replace our 7X9 tent for camping, but that little one is so easy and fast to set up and take down!
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I've never had much luck with these very large, nylon tents (by any manufacturer), especially in any quasi-harsh environments - rain/wind/dust. Some issue / nagging little problem always seems to creep up and they just don't hold up well. That said, I do think there are many quality, lightweight tents in the 4 person and under size.

My go to recommendation for a large, quality car camping tent (definitely not packing in/out) are springbar tents, especially Kodiak Canvas Tents [competitiveedgeproducts.com]. I can put up the 10x10 version by myself in about 10 minutes.

If you have a bigger budget and are looking for a tent that will last decades, check them out. I have friends that have taken their canvas tents to the harsh environment of Burning Man for 10+ years and have never had an issue. I've taken mine the last two and love it.
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#21
This is a great tent. It was easy for the wife and I to setup quickly and it has held up to a season of camping so far without any visible wear.
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#22
Big tents with multiple rooms rock for camping in fair weather. Any inclement weather makes tent camping (canvas or not) risky if not frustrating for the uninitiated. From picking the spot to detailed setup, the littlest things make a big difference in bad weather. Sometimes you have to roll with bad weather punches when tent camping. Some people will never enjoy bad weather tent camping.

Around 2000, I picked up a clearance Wenger Appenzell (aka SwissGear Breezeway or differing combinations those names) made by Wenzel at Sams Club for under a hondo. Prior to losing track of it the tent had been the foundation of several week long camping trips to Ocracoke Island.

Rooms 3
Base Size 20' x 10
Actual Area 188 sq. ft.
Carry Weight 35 lbs.
Center Height 80"
Sleeps 11 People
Tent Fabric Polyester Taffeta
Fly Fabric Embossed rip-stop fly
Floor Fabric Sonic Welded Polyethylene floor
Frame Type Shock-corded fiberglass poles
Door "U" and arch style doors

Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Wenger-Appe...pg__header

Customer Photos http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer...F8&index=0

More than anything else, I recommend having separate rooms and lots of space if you'll be there for a while. I loved having the breezeway for central storage and the bedrooms off to the sides in the Appenzell. I believe the storage bag even had wheels. Can't believe I lost it. Be prepared to to McGyver in inclement weather (think tarp and adapt). The Appenzel had a tarp floor so never had to worry about that. I miss it.
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#23
Excellent Deal, I've had a coleman in the past and I trust them wholly. Picked one up! Thanks OP!
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#24
How does it compare to this Texsport Meadow Breeze tent that I bought for $99.99 a couple months ago from 1saleaday? http://www.texsport.net/meadow-br...p-999.html

I was looking into getting one of these Coleman tents (although a 6 person) until that sale came along. I'm just hoping the tent that I bought isn't garbage since I can't set it up until spring after the snow melts.
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Quote from techbuzz View Post :
I've never had much luck with these very large, nylon tents (by any manufacturer), especially in any quasi-harsh environments - rain/wind/dust. Some issue / nagging little problem always seems to creep up and they just don't hold up well. That said, I do think there are many quality, lightweight tents in the 4 person and under size.

My go to recommendation for a large, quality car camping tent (definitely not packing in/out) are springbar tents, especially Kodiak Canvas Tents [competitiveedgeproducts.com]. I can put up the 10x10 version by myself in about 10 minutes.

If you have a bigger budget and are looking for a tent that will last decades, check them out. I have friends that have taken their canvas tents to the harsh environment of Burning Man for 10+ years and have never had an issue. I've taken mine the last two and love it.
Those are really nice tents. They're also $500. I'm sure the quality shows that it's worth it, but anyone who is interested in this tent is absolutely not interested in spending $500 on one of the Kodaik ones. Conversely, anyone who is willing to spend $500 on one of those already knows why they wouldn't buy a $90 Coleman.
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#26
Bought this same tent in a deal last year.. Used it several times over the summer with the wife & 2 kids. It's really a great tent! Door is awesome, and it can be set up & taken down solo (if you have any experience setting up tents). An extra set of hands is helpful, but I usually do it myself.

We had a crazy rain storm last time camping.. The tent was literally in a 4 inch puddle all night. Bottom stayed bone dry.

Plenty of room for a queen air bed on each side with a ton of room in the middle for gear, changing etc.

Highly recommend this tent.
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Those are really nice tents. They're also $500. I'm sure the quality shows that it's worth it, but anyone who is interested in this tent is absolutely not interested in spending $500 on one of the Kodaik ones. Conversely, anyone who is willing to spend $500 on one of those already knows why they wouldn't buy a $90 Coleman.
Yeah, I wish the hubby would let me get the Coleman but we're going for the Kodiak too. It's true if you have the coin the canvas is better. Kinda like getting a Dyson over a Hoover IMO.
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#28
Moving to Montana soon, gonna be a dental floss tycoon,
Raising it up, waxing it down..
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#29
Quote from spidrw View Post :
Those are really nice tents. They're also $500. I'm sure the quality shows that it's worth it, but anyone who is interested in this tent is absolutely not interested in spending $500 on one of the Kodaik ones. Conversely, anyone who is willing to spend $500 on one of those already knows why they wouldn't buy a $90 Coleman.
Quote from techbuzz View Post :
I've never had much luck with these very large, nylon tents (by any manufacturer), especially in any quasi-harsh environments - rain/wind/dust. Some issue / nagging little problem always seems to creep up and they just don't hold up well. That said, I do think there are many quality, lightweight tents in the 4 person and under size.

My go to recommendation for a large, quality car camping tent (definitely not packing in/out) are springbar tents, especially Kodiak Canvas Tents [competitiveedgeproducts.com]. I can put up the 10x10 version by myself in about 10 minutes.

If you have a bigger budget and are looking for a tent that will last decades, check them out. I have friends that have taken their canvas tents to the harsh environment of Burning Man for 10+ years and have never had an issue. I've taken mine the last two and love it.
AgreedWinkWink
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#30
I picked up one of these last year for about the same price. Excellent tent. Huge. Had 3 twin size inflatables and still had room. Takes about 10 min to setup and break down. Love the door framing. Great deal. Too bad we can't attach pics to our posts here... maybe I'll post some on the Amazon feedback page... Grab one if you are in the market for a nice size family tent.
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