Juniper Lake™ 4-Person Instant Dome Tent with Annex
Bring all the luxuries from home – you’ll have a place to store them safely out of the elements without taking up precious tent space in a Coleman® Juniper Lake™ 4-Person Instant Dome Tent with Annex. Your gear will be close at hand in the ventilated annex. It's large enough to stash backpacks, other camping gear, or a medium-sized dog bed. Pre-attached poles make setup a simple matter of unfold, extend and secure, so your tent is ready in about 60 seconds. If it rains, the WeatherTec™ system with its patented welded floors and inverted seams will help you stay dry. A door awning and included rainfly only help to keep the water out. Illumiline™ reflective guy lines are more visible at night so you don't get tripped up if you need to take a walk in the dark. When it's time to head home, the tent easily packs up into a carry bag with a rip strip until you're off on your next adventure.
• Ventilated side annex provides space for extra gear storage or a medium dog bed
• Instant setup in about 60 seconds
• Pre-attached poles for quicker, simpler setup – just extend and secure
• Illumiline™ reflective guy lines for greater visibility at night
• WeatherTec™ system – patented welded floors and inverted seams help keep water out
• Door awning helps keep the rain out
• E-Port makes it easy to bring electrical power inside your tent
• Storage pockets to keep your gear organized
• Durable, Polyguard™ fabric is made to last season after season
• Included rainfly for extra weather protection
• Carry bag with rip strip makes packing up a cinch
• Spacious interior has room for 1 queen airbed
• 9 x 7 ft. with 7 x 2 ft. 4 in. annex
• 4 ft. 2 in. center height
• 1-year limited warranty
Juniper Lake™ 4-Person Instant Dome Tent with Annex is rated out of 5 by 5.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sirilere from Not bad... Good wall, floor, and pole material were used in the tent's construction. And the design is handy. Only drawback encountered was the black nylon-plastic pieces used. I plan to replace all of these with flexible metal key rings, after one of the plastic pieces split in mildly cold weather. The use of plastic in high stress areas cost this tent the 5th star. Sad, as a metal key-ring is stronger and does the job cheaply. The price was right.
Date published: 2017-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tracy22 from Perfect size Great for our family of 4. Very easy to put up and take down!
Date published: 2018-01-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sara from Awful Tent I bought this tent back in February of 2017 and it had broken in March of 2018 and I can't get a replacement or credit for it because it broke from wind. The wind snapped the back right pole in half at the joint in the poles and now I can't go camping until I save enough money to buy another tent. Clearly they care about the experience of the customer
Date published: 2018-04-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mackenzie from Great tent some issue Bought this tent in April of 2017 and by September 2017 one of the poles got jammed and now has what looks like a paperclip wire sticking out. It took so much to get the wire back in and a lot of force to get the tent to break down. Before all the the tent was great! Lots of room for me and my husband and our two large dogs.
Date published: 2018-08-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by Okay from Simple Improvements Needed I may have bit of a problem because I own probably around ten tents (maybe more :/ ), but I feel that gives me a better understanding as to how to review this tent... Pros: -The price is nice for what you get -The setup is extremely fast and easy for one person (it really is about 60 seconds) -The annex is nice if used for gear and/or dog -It feels rather durable Cons: It packs down rather large (probably a trade-off for how fast it pitches) I bought this particular tent a few months ago to take my four-month-old camping. I liked the annex to create a safe space for my child to sleep and play with minimal supervision. The annex proved to be great for that for the most part. Only issue I found is that there was a lot of heat loss from this area. Yes, there is a partition, but how much heat would that have really conserved when closed? The annex has a rather large mesh ceiling, great for looking out of when flap is rolled back, but when cover it still allows a lot of heat to seep out. Perhaps a flush closer that is normally found on tent windows would have helped here. I actually woke up a few times a night to turn on a propane heater for 10 minute increments throughout the night and the heat never seemed to stick around long. I largely blame this on the mesh in the annex and perhaps on the material. Another thing I could see using improving is the visibility when the rainfly is on. Out of the three window on the tent, only the one on the door allows viewing capabilities when the rainfly is attached. The door zipper could use some help. It gets stuck on the material often. Also it is rare not to need two hands to use it. All-in-all it's a good tent for its price, just needs to have a few changes to make a great tent for its price.
Date published: 2018-05-22
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