Eureka! Tetragon 9 Family Tent
Perfect size for a family of five
Free-standing, shock-corded, fiberglass frame
Bathtub-tyle floor wraps up the sides of the tent
Large mesh areas on the walls facilitate air flow
9' x 9' x 6' (81 sq. ft.)
Availability: Sold Out
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Product DescriptionThe perfect size for a family of five and so easy to set up, even the kids can do it. The free-standing, shock-corded fiberglass frame has pin-and-ring attachments, while the webbing is color-coded to eliminate frustrating confusion during setup. The extra weatherproof design features a bathtub-style floor that wraps up the sides of the tent, keeping the seams high above the ground and water outside. Large mesh areas on the walls facilitate air flow, keeping each camper comfortable. Sleeps 5 (81 sq. ft.). Minimum weight: 12 lbs. 3 oz. Measures: 9' L x 9' W x 6' H.
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Q:Do you have a smaller one for 3 people? What would be the size of that one?Asked on 4/26/2012 by gg from Houston, TX
Q:Does the rain fly cover the door opening or is it open as the photo shows?Asked on 6/2/2010 by Scouter171 from NE Indiana AWAC
Q:Is this tent totally waterproof? Because i dont want to get woken up by the rain hitting meAsked on 4/7/2010 by Anonymous
A:No tent is 100% waterproof. These nylon tents are fairly good at keeping out light rain, but to stay really dry, you need to tarp over and under the tent.Answered on 4/13/2010 by Aunt Snyd from Bowling Green, KY
Q:can i just buy the polesAsked on 7/1/2009 by Anonymous
A:Eureaka sales them by them self. Search for it on the web.Answered on 7/15/2009 by Brian from Knoxville, TN
Q:Do I need a put something down on the ground between the tent and ground to protect the tent some what.Asked on 3/11/2009 by Lynn first cub scout tent from Chatham, IL
A:I would recommend placing a tarp under the tent so that the edges of the tent stick out over the tarp 3 or 4 inches. That way the rain cannot run onto the tarp and funnel under the tent. The tarp also helps on rough terrain.Answered on 3/18/2009 by Josh from Gander Mtn
A:You will extend the life of the floor by using some type of ground cloth.
Small objects under the floor when walked on will try to get pushed through the material.
A ground cloth (nylon usually) will offer more resistance to water getting under the tent as well.Answered on 5/2/2009 by Voygemaster from Third World Country - Michigan
A:It's always a good idea to place a tarp between your tent and the ground -- it helps reduce moisture and cold.Answered on 4/13/2010 by Aunt Snyd from Bowling Green, KY