Coleman WeatherMaster 10-Person Tent

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Coleman WeatherMaster 10-Person Tent

  • Cabin-like 10-person tent has enough room for 3 queen size air beds
  • WeatherTec system with patented welded floors and inverted seams to keep you dry
  • Hinged front door and zippered back door for easy access
  • Measures 17 x 9 feet with 6-foot 8-inch center height
  • Color-coded poles and continuous pole sleeves for easy setup
With enough room to fit three queen size air beds, the Coleman WeatherMaster 10-Person Tent feels more like a house than a tent. This camping tent is tall enough to stand in comfortably and comes with a hinged front door and a zippered back door to let people come and go easily. The backpacking tent is designed with the WeatherTec system that features patented welded floors and inverted seams to help ensure you stay dry if it starts to rain. The Variflo adjustable ventilation system allows you t

List Price: $ 299.99 Price: $ 59.99


3 thoughts on “Coleman WeatherMaster 10-Person Tent

  1. Abhrams
    323 of 341 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This tent is amazing, March 15, 2011
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    Abhrams

    This review is from: Coleman WeatherMaster 10 Person Hinged Door Tent (Sports)
    I’ve just read all the other reviews here and I just don’t get it. I purchased this tent in summer of ’10. Anyone who camps knows the first thing you need to do is put some Camp Dry on your tent. We set the tent up and put Camp Dry on it. The next night we got hit with what felt like a monsoon. It was literally 24 straight hours of non-stop pouring rain. We were dry as could be. We camp a lot and everyone raves about our tent when they see it. As far as set-up goes, this tent is easier than any I’ve ever set up. Basically 3 poles and your done. One person can do it in 20 minutes or so but a team of two can have it done it 5 minutes. Its just me and my girlfriend who use it so there is TONS of room. The swinging door is an awesome feature and on nice evenings when you open all the windows and the rain fly is off you get a cool breeze blowing through even on the hottest of nights. As far as water puddling, make sure you pull the rain fly tight. The water is going to run off and pool around the tent but if you’ve done your job and put camp dry on all of the seams you’ll be dry as can be. I highly recommend this tent to anyone looking for a good quality inexpensive large tent. But do yourself a favor, buy a tarp big enough to fit under the tent for floor coverage and use camp dry on the tent. You’ll have no problems.

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  2. R. T. Endrick "Jake !"
    114 of 123 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Big Tent perfect for family camping, September 15, 2009
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    R. T. Endrick “Jake !” (Kearneysville, WV USA) –
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    This review is from: Coleman WeatherMaster 10 Person Hinged Door Tent (Sports)
    After owning a previous tent for over ten years, it was time for a new one. I have skimped on price before but ultimately wound back up with the Coleman line. They just sell great reliable product. I did a lot of research and decided to go with the Coleman WeatherMaster 10 tent. I have two young daughters and my wife, this tent is the perfect size for a long weekend.
    I set it up by myself in about 20-25 minutes. I recommend getting some help and the time will be cut in half. It was very easy to set up, although the directions sewn inside the bag are a little rough to read. I suggest printing out a copy from Coleman’s website and follow them. Definitely set the tent up before you head out to familiarize yourself with it. You will see it is very easy.
    It is a very large and roomy tent. It only has two spacious rooms, but do you really need more than that?? I have seen other reviews where people had mentioned it looked cheaply constructed. I disagree! The seams are very strong as well as the floor. The tent itself feels like a parachute type material. It feels very resilient to me. . . The one complaint I have which in all reality I guess you can’t get away from, is that getting it back into the bag was a chore; I don’t think I have ever has a tent go back into its case very easily. I don’t understand why they don’t make “stuff” tents yet in this day and age. It would be nice to just stuff that sucker right into a bag instead of rolling it up and dealing with the frustration. Anyway, just eye up the bag first and make tight rolls and it will go back in OK. I highly recommend this tent and know you will enjoy it as well.

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  3. mercocet
    46 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great tent for families, September 2, 2013
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    This review is from: Coleman WeatherMaster 10 Person Hinged Door Tent (Sports)
    We researched different tents for a month or two and finally decided on this one after reading all of the reviews. We’re a family of five (two adults and three kids under five) and wanted a lot of space for a couple of beds and our bags.

    The day before our camping trip we took the tent out and did a dry run so we’d be comfortable putting it up at the camp site. Good thing we did, since we wound up getting to the site at dark. It took two of us just over 20 minutes to set up the tent during the dry run and that included pauses for me to read the instructions. It took us less time to set it up the second time and that was in the dark. You definitely need at least two people to get this tent up, but that’s to be expected with such a large tent. The main poles are very sturdy and easy to thread through the top of the tent. It’s important to stake the four corners of the tent really well and then attach the rainfly correctly.

    Pros:
    HUGE! We were able to fit two queen sized air mattresses and our bags with plenty of room to spare. We could have easily fit another queen sized air mattress or a pack-n-play without anything touching the tent walls.

    The hinged door. I’m used to flimsy tent doors that get caught in the zipper when opening and closing them. The hinged door was fantastic and perfect for walking in and out while carrying a baby. The only downside is our 2 year old thought it was a lot of fun to constantly open and close the door. I’m sure after a few more camping trips that novelty will wear off for her.

    Easy set up. We read all of the negative reviews about this tent and knew we wouldn’t be able to put this thing up with just one person (and really, what 10 person tent can you put up solo?). My husband staked the tent corners while I threaded the poles then we both quickly popped them in to place. Once the tent was up, my husband finished staking the rest of it and I stepped in to set up our beds and bags.

    Easier break down. This thing was even easier to break down than it was to set up. We read that people had difficulty fitting the tent back in the bag, but we had no issues the two times we’ve put it in and I imagine it’ll get easier as the tent breaks in. It does help to have two people roll up the tent and hold the bag closed while the other zips it.

    Airflow. The entire roof is screened and the tent has large windows on each side so there’s good airflow when the rainfly is off. It is a bit stifling once the rainfly is up, but that’s to be expected with any tent in hot weather.

    Cons:
    Tent stakes. This comes with flimsy metal stakes for the tent and cheap plastic stakes for the rainfly. The metal stakes can bend out of shape if you aren’t careful with how and where you stake them. The rainfly stakes were harder to pull out of the ground and would probably hold up better in windy weather, but one of our plastic stakes got all sorts of twisted when it was knocked in the ground. I suggest purchasing good quality tent stakes for the tent and rainfly. You’ll need 10 for the tent and 6 for the rainfly, plus a could of extras just in case.

    Not yet reviewed/experienced:
    Waterproofing. We didn’t have any rain while we camped, so I can’t say how well this tent keeps out water, but all of the seams looked good and well put together. I’ll update this once we’ve camped in the rain.

    Suggested items to bring with you:
    Tarps to set the tent up on to protect the bottom.
    Horse or packing blankets for the inside floor of the tent.
    Small broom and dust pan to clean out the tent before packing it up.
    Small battery operated lantern to hang from the tent ceiling.

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