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- Great size for larger families or family camping holidays.
- Built-in porch.
- No-trip entrance.
- It has great features, but if you want more like Coleman BlackOut bedrooms and mesh to make your tent bug free, look at the Coleman Meadowood 6L or Coleman Castle Pines 6L.
- Lots of features...
- Darkened Bedrooms
- Great living space size
- Built-in porch
- Bug-free mesh on doors and bedrooms.
- Cable entry on both sides
- Zip-up blinds
- UPF50 on the material
- 6000 mm hydrostatic head
- None found
- Loads of space - ideal for long family camping holidays.
- Lots of features.
- Very useful three-zone layout.
- Being such a large tent, it is very heavy and bulky to transport.
- A practical family camping layout for longer camping stays.
- Good sized porch area.
- Good sized inner living space.
- Bug-mesh on exterior doors.
- The tent is a little on the large size if you are only planning on camping one night on a few weekends.
- 3 Bedrooms with flexible options
- Darkened bedrooms
- Huge living space, so plenty of space for furniture and storage.
- Front of the tent can be used as a large porch.
- Flexible door options
- None found so far
- Lots of layout options if you need the flexibility
- Excellent rain-proof entrances to the tent
- Bug mesh
- Black-out bedrooms
- With all these features, it is at the upper end of tent prices.
- Flexibility with the moveable front.
- Darkened large Ambassador bedrooms.
- Good size living space.
- Quick and Quiet Bedrooms.
- HookTrack system.
- Inflatable for easier pitching.
- Optional groundsheet for the porch.
- Bug mesh to help keep the bugs out.
- Privacy windows - easy to see out but hard for others to peer in.
- Personally, I think maybe a bit large for just one-night camping, but ideal for longer stays.
- The BlackOut bedrooms are very effective.
- Good ventilation with bug mesh on all entrances and windows.
- Good layout, including some storage space and a hanging rail.
- The tent felt well made and good quality.
- Steel poles, although strong, can make pitching heavy and don't always slide apart easily when putting the tent away.
- It doesn't have a great 'rain-safe' entrance, but you can use something like the Coleman Classic Awning for that.
- The Zempire Aero TXL is a really large family tent. The living space and the built-in porch will give you lots of space for long camping holidays.
- None that we found, but I suppose some of the unique design features might not be for everyone.
- The Coleman Valdes 6L has a great layout for a growing family.
- You might need to practice securing the pump to the valves and inflating. I found it a bit fiddly. Also, note that your living space is reduced with the 3rd bedroom.
- A good-sized affordable steel frame tent that you can use for weekend camping or for family camping holidays (especially with the addition of the Da Gama extension).
- Not too many bad points with this tent. The Hydrostatic Head is only 3000mm, but we found no problem with this despite being in a thunderstorm with torrential rain.
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