I am in love. Coleman never lets me down and they didn’t start with this tent. The last time I slept in a tent, I was sleeping next to three guys in a one person tent in some desert for some training event in the Marines ha – ha needless to say I was already excited to only have to share a four person tent with my wife. We live in Montana, we need tough and weatherproof basically. This exceeded my expectations and we camped for two weeks straight.
EXCELLENT shelter and its so easy to pack, unpack, and setup. She’s 140lbs, 5’4 and thin, I’m 240lbs 5’9 and muscular and it fit us with adequate spaciousness with our two great dane/pitbull mixes. If it can stand up to Montana weather, you’re in good hands people.
Why this garden hose, you say? Here are a few reasons:
• made from high-quality, durable, leak-proof materials the water hose is sturdy enough to use it for a long time – no need to buy garden hoses every season
• extra-flexible 3750D polyester fabric cover protects the double latex inner tube & allows expanding of the garden hose up to 50 Feet – perfect size for outdoor watering
• due to FREE 8-patterns spray nozzle (rinse, flat, soaker, cone, jet, center, mist, shower) it meets all of your watering needs: watering plants and trees, cleaning gardens and pools, showering your dog and washing car – just choose right type of stream & your watering task will be easily solved
• the compact design of the expandable hose makes watering easy and comfy, FREE storage bag helps you to save a space. Moreover, sprinkler hose in the comfy bag can be nice gift for every gardener
HELPFUL TIPS FOR LONG USE
∨ please note that the optimal temperature for using the hose is 41℉-113℉
∨ make sure that the water pressure in the normal range (3-6 Bar)
∨ always drain the water from the hose when not in use
∨ store the flexible water hose in the shade or keep it covered
∨ do not walk on the expandable hose 50ft under the hydraulic pressure
These are awesome, good quality, and SUPER bright. Great if you want a carnival in your back yard. I was mortified to find they didn’t dim after stringing three sets nose to tail (my fault, I should have read the discription carefully). I contacted the manufacturer and was told they couldn’t recommend anything. I ordered the levitron 100 TTYL 100H because other people on amazon did only to find it worked at full bright only. The LEDs simply flicker at any other setting. I figured there’s not enough current to actually dim these low draw bulbs so I stuck a conventional 60W bulb in at the end of the string AND IT WORKED. Got a full range of brightness including the ambiance low light initially set out for. So happy I didn’t have to take them down.
4 stars due to the instructions. Probably can skip the first step. If you have sand available, I would recommend it over water for the base. Mine leaks water when I tilt it to move to another location. It comes with the hardware and a wrench, but if you have your own tools it’s faster and easier. I didn’t realize it does not have a door for the propane tank, you have to lift the cover. Overall it looks great and works with easy to ignite
I needed help getting this sucker put up and together – but once it was up, it was great.
I use it to keep my motorcycle covered and while I should have gotten the bigger 8’x8′ one, this one works fine – I pull my bike in at a slight angle and let the front wheel go past the back wall about a foot. The wheel still stays covered and the rest of the bike fits into the shed nicely zipped up and protected from sun, wind, rain, snow, etc.
My yard didn’t really like the spiral tie-downs that came with this so I used spikes from a pop-up shed I have and a few 24lb bricks to hold it into place for those really windy days – but it has held up through some pretty good sized PNW storms so far.
I am torn on the fact that it doesn’t have a floor – on the one hand, it would keep the bike better protected from mud, bugs, etc .. but on the other, I have a pop-up shed with a floor that takes on a bit of water now and then so it stinks horribly. I plan on adding a gravel floor to this one this summer so when it starts raining again the water can drain off and the bike wont be sitting in mud or on a tarp – which is what I have spread out on the ground right now.
Oh, also the flap when rolled up and tethered with the bungie cords sits rather low so I have to move it out of the way when backing my bike out or pulling it in as the windshield (and sometimes mirrors, depending on my angle) get caught on that flap. No way to really fix that, so just a heads up.
Again, this works fine, but it you have a motorcycle like mine (Suzuki Marauder VZ800), you might want to spend a bit more for the 8’x8′ — if I had it to do over again, I would do that in a second!