Coleman Instant Up Gold 4P Tent – Features

Coleman Instant Up Gold 4P Tent – Features


– I’ve just set up the Coleman Instant Up
4P Gold Series Tent, and I wanna take you for a walkthrough of all the features. Let’s go have a look. (smooth, funky hip-hop music) Ben from Snowy’s here guys and we are at the Brownhill
Creek Tourist Park here in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs, today. It’s only 15 minutes from the city, it’s 15 minutes from the beach, and Adelaide Hills just
to my right over here. They’ve given us a nice shady spot today to show you some products, and I’ve got the Coleman
Instant Up Gold 4P Tent set up here, and I wanna take you for a walkthrough. I’m gonna start with
the most unique feature on these tents, though, and that is this awning on the side here. Now this is actually removable, there’s a zipper that runs along
the top of the window here. I can take this off and put it on the other
side of the tent if I want, there’s the same zipper on the other side. You can’t put it in the rear, but you can put it on either side. On each side of the– the three rear sides of the tent, or each side and the rear, is a window like this
which has a storm flap. I’ve got this rolled
open here at the moment, we can close it up for complete protection against bad weather. Or there are guy ropes
on the corners here, that enable us, if we want, to actually peg it out
as a small sort of awning over the window to give us
weather-protected ventilation. Now that feature’s on the rear and the same window on
the other side as well, so you’ve got three sides of ventilation plus the door at the front. Now looking at the bottom here, this funny little
cone-shaped sort of thing is part of the circle ventilation system. That’s gonna make more sense when I show you the vent on the inside, but it’s all part of creating
more airflow inside the tent. Step back around to the
front of the tent here, I wanna show you the front
awning and the entrance. Now I’ve actually got the
awning set up at the front here. Now if this awning wasn’t set up, this could get zipped closed over here for a completely weather-protected space, or I can roll this up at the top here, and have it out of the way altogether. Now there’s five awning poles that you get with your Coleman Instant
Up Gold Series Tent, I’ve used two in here, but you can actually have a
third one here if you like, there’s one longer pole so I can create a peaked awning here. I’ve actually used the long pole on the side awning over
here to create a peak. There’s also a Velcro strip
on the end of these awnings; now this is to attach to a Coleman gazebo, you could attach to other gazebos but Coleman have got the
long strip here to match up. This can sit here– if I had a gazebo sitting here, this can tuck in up underneath the gazebo to create a seamless
entry from your gazebo through to your tent. Now, the Gold Series tents are made with Coleman’s premium range of fabrics, and this is a 75 Denier,
185 thread count fabric, with a ripstop feature inside for the fly, and it has a 3000 millimetre waterhead, so it’s got tonnes of
water protection for you in just about any downpour. The inner of the tent is
also made of a polyester, I think its a 75 Denier
polyester here as well. What’s unique about the Gold
Series tents from Coleman is this 420 Denier, polyoxford PVC floor. It’s a 420 Denier polyester with a PVC backing on it, and it doesn’t have that crinkly feel that a polyethylene floor
has, plus it’s really tough. Now this is a steel frame, throughout it’s got plastic knuckles and the hub at the top is also plastic. And the awning poles that come with your Instant Up 4P are also steel. The mesh throughout the
tent is an ultra-fine mesh, there’s a double door at the front here that’s got a polyester panel
and an ultra-fine mesh panel, and all the windows and the
lower-level vents are also mesh. And the last thing I wanna
mention is this doormat that comes with your tent, it’s got six little peg points, I haven’t pegged it down here today, but that’s just a shade mesh that you can peg in
under the vestibule here. I don’t need it today, ’cause
I’ve used a ground sheet, this is a 2.4 by 3.6 metre ground sheet, it fits pretty neatly on this tent but I have had to fold it a little to fit underneath where the
vestibule gets pegged down. Now on, this vestibule gives
about 60 centimetres of space at the front of the tent
here, protected space, not really enough room to get dressed in, but enough room for your shoes or to store anything out of the weather. Let’s step inside the
tent and have a look. Now this is a double door at
the front of the tent here, it’s got both mesh and solid panels on it so we can seal it up completely if we like or just leave the mesh
panel open for ventilation, or alternatively like I’m doing now is to open it right up so we’ve got unlimited access to the tent now. So at the top of the tent here, we’ve got a little gear loft. Now this is removable,
it’s got little hooks here that we can take it off
if we don’t wanna use it. But when it is in place,
it’s a great place to keep mobile phones or keys, or even you could put
a tent light in there so it would shine down through the mesh. Above that, and we’d have to
remove the gear loft to use it, is a lantern hook. Now this lantern hook
works with these hooks that run down the side of the tent here, down to the bottom corner
where there’s a red zip, which is a power access point, and we can have 240 or 12-volt power coming into the tent and
power the lights inside. Working back up the side of the tent here, we’ve got storage pockets
on this side here, it’s got three little compartments in it. And if we just cross the
other side of the tent to diagonally opposite, the same pocket again for storage. So just above these pockets is a window. Now, there’s one at the
sides, one at the rear, and another one on the other side here. Now these have all got internally
adjustable privacy panels, these two are rolled
open, this one’s closed. Now they zip from the bottom down, we unzip that, we can roll it down, we can see on the outside there we’ve got our storm flap closed, and we can just tuck that in there so that allows ventilation in. If we had the storm flap
open like this one here, we could zip it partway up, it still allows a bit
of privacy down low here but we get high-level ventilation there. As we move further down the tent, this is where the circle
ventilation comes into play. These vents on the side here can be closed up on cold nights, or if we undo them, it allows ventilation on this side and the other side as well at a really low level to allow lots of airflow through the tent to minimise any condensation
and moisture that builds up. These can be rolled up and
secured by the little tabs here, or done up completely for protection. In terms of the space
inside the tent here, Coleman says it’s a 2.4 metre tent. It’s 2.35 by 2.35 inside, roughly, about 1.9 metres high at the peak, and when you walk through the door there, it’s a little over 150 centimetres just to give you an idea
of the space inside. So I can stand up inside
here and get changed, there’s room for a family of four, tight, but realistically it’s a
comfortable space for two. I’ve got some airbeds
that I’m gonna put in here to give you an idea of the space, I’ve got two singles,
and a double-high queen that I’m gonna put in here,
let me go and grab them. So that’s two XL single airbeds in here, now these are about 187 centimetres long and about 99 centimetres in width. They’re up against the edges there and I’ve got about 30 to 40 centimetres of space down the middle, plus some storage at the end there, so they fit quite comfortably. I’m gonna grab the double-high queen to put in here as well
’cause that also fits with a bit of storage around the edges. That is a double-high queen airbed inside the four person tent. Now, it’s just touching
on each side there, I’ve got about probably
60 centimetres of space, maybe a little bit more
down this side here, and not much space, 10 centimetres or so at the end there, ’cause of the sloped sides,
it does touch the ends, but hey, it does fit, and makes for a pretty
comfortable sleeping space. That’s pretty much all the features of the Coleman Instant Up 4P Gold Tent it is a little beauty,
it’s got lots of features and the really unique feature is this awning on the side here. Great thing is that if the sun’s on this side in the morning, I can set my awning up here. If the sun’s on that
side in the afternoon, I can switch the awning on that side and have sheltered space over there. You can grab these
online at snowys.com.au, lowest prices every day. Thanks for watching,
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3 Comments on "Coleman Instant Up Gold 4P Tent – Features"


  1. G'day everyone!
    Wanna know how to set up & pack away the Coleman Instant Up Gold 4P Tent?
    Head on here: https://youtu.be/HAvgRFmhvzI

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  2. Really glad you made a video of this tent that gives the buyer a good idea of what beds will fit inside, I brought the 6 person gold series tent and I love it. When I was considering buying the tent I looked everywhere for a video such as this one, by the way great review of the tent….thumbs up from me👍🏾

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