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Nope, about 7-10 minutes solo or 5 mins with help. Pretty basic setup, three poles including one for the rain fly.
I bought several Coleman tents in the last few years and they've all self-destructed very early- tons of problems, and they can't be repaired.

Coleman was a US company since 1871 with great quality and fantastic customer service, and they'd sell you any parts you need (or just ship them to you). 5 or 6 years ago they were bought out by a Chinese company and everything since then is pure junk. It falls apart quickly and there is ZERO support and no ability to buy replacement parts!

Old Coleman tents from 10 years ago are far superior to the ones they sell today. Right now this company is operating off the fumes from the goodwill the Coleman brand name generated over many generations. AVOID.
Coleman is currently owned by the same group (Newell) that owns Rubbermaid, Elmer's, Sharpie etc. Don't think it owned by a Chinese company. The goods maybe made in China but the company Newell is American. Does not talk of quality though - with the constant pressure to keep price the same lot of these companies move to China for making their goods. Pretty sure the quality have decreased as they continue to sell items around dollar 50

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I just bought this last month for $69 (nice…price, but should have waited).

Put two twin air mattresses on either end, with gear/entry in the middle and you've got a pretty luxurious car camping setup. No frills, but well made and surprisingly tall in the middle. A wee bit heavy, but if you've got 2-3 people backpacking and sharing the loads, it could be doable for a long weekend trip on foot.

I'd be torn between this and the 6-person blackout Ozark Trail tent that came up yesterday for about the same price…
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I just bought this last month for $69 (nice…price, but should have waited).

Put two twin air mattresses on either end, with gear/entry in the middle and you've got a pretty luxurious car camping setup. No frills, but well made and surprisingly tall in the middle. A wee bit heavy, but if you've got 2-3 people backpacking and sharing the loads, it could be doable for a long weekend trip on foot.

I'd be torn between this and the 6-person blackout Ozark Trail tent that came up yesterday for about the same price…
Is this an instant tent?
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I just bought this last month for $69 (nice…price, but should have waited).

Put two twin air mattresses on either end, with gear/entry in the middle and you've got a pretty luxurious car camping setup. No frills, but well made and surprisingly tall in the middle. A wee bit heavy, but if you've got 2-3 people backpacking and sharing the loads, it could be doable for a long weekend trip on foot.

I'd be torn between this and the 6-person blackout Ozark Trail tent that came up yesterday for about the same price…

Can you please share the link for 6-person blackout Ozark Trail tent ?
In general, 6 person tent is good for 4 and 8 person tent is good for 5-6 people.
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Is this an instant tent?
Nope, about 7-10 minutes solo or 5 mins with help. Pretty basic setup, three poles including one for the rain fly.
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Nope, about 7-10 minutes solo or 5 mins with help. Pretty basic setup, three poles including one for the rain fly.
Thank you
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Can you please share the link for 6-person blackout Ozark Trail tent ?
In general, 6 person tent is good for 4 and 8 person tent is good for 5-6 people.
Looks like it expired overnight, but this was the only tent that's given me any buyers remorse. OTOH, 90sf is pretty big for a solo* setup and the poles have kinks/hinges which complicates things.

https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/682792

* not camping alone, just usually the only one DOING ANYTHING TO HELP Big Grin
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I've owned quite a few of these tents, slept 50+ nights in them. Versus an Ozark tent, these are superior. If set up correctly, able to withstand the elements, always stayed dry in rain with this tent. Can't same the same for the Ozarks I've tried.

The weakspot in this tent is the rain fly pole. If It were 6" shorter, it'd be perfect. The pole seems to be made too long, and while it works, it is only a matter of time until it breaks from the stress. I always carry electrical tape as a fix for this eventuality, although to me, the rainfly pole is really only needed for rainy nights you know are coming.

If you are experienced at setting up tents, this can easily be done solo in less than 10 minutes.

All in all a great tent, that for the price, is very good. I've seen it cheaper in year's past, but if you need a tent, this is a good one.
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I've had one of these for years, and it's fairly solid. It definitely shows the wear and has a few holes, but I've never really had rain issues with it. Might grab a spare.
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Have gotten a number of these for our scout troop over the years. At least a weekend a month for a couple of years by teenage boys and almost all are still going. Have seen better but this price is pretty good also
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I bought several Coleman tents in the last few years and they've all self-destructed very early- tons of problems, and they can't be repaired.

Coleman was a US company since 1871 with great quality and fantastic customer service, and they'd sell you any parts you need (or just ship them to you). 5 or 6 years ago they were bought out by a Chinese company and everything since then is pure junk. It falls apart quickly and there is ZERO support and no ability to buy replacement parts!

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I've used this before, easy to setup and break down. Would recommend using upgraded stakes though.
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I bought several Coleman tents in the last few years and they've all self-destructed very early- tons of problems, and they can't be repaired.

Coleman was a US company since 1871 with great quality and fantastic customer service, and they'd sell you any parts you need (or just ship them to you). 5 or 6 years ago they were bought out by a Chinese company and everything since then is pure junk. It falls apart quickly and there is ZERO support and no ability to buy replacement parts!

Old Coleman tents from 10 years ago are far superior to the ones they sell today. Right now this company is operating off the fumes from the goodwill the Coleman brand name generated over many generations. AVOID.
Coleman is currently owned by the same group (Newell) that owns Rubbermaid, Elmer's, Sharpie etc. Don't think it owned by a Chinese company. The goods maybe made in China but the company Newell is American. Does not talk of quality though - with the constant pressure to keep price the same lot of these companies move to China for making their goods. Pretty sure the quality have decreased as they continue to sell items around dollar 50
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This exact tent goes on sale for like $36 at least twice a year in this puke green color. I got one like four years ago at that price, and still see it coming up constantly. They even had the cooler blue and green color go for that price at least once
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