Coleman® Prairie Breeze 9-Person Cabin Tent
- Integrated LED Lighted Fan System
- Bright 5 LED light with high/low settings
- Backlit, wall-mounted switch
- Portable Energy Pack that runs the fan/lighting system
- Coleman CPX6 compatible
- Runs 40 hours on high
- Steel leg poles
- Huge 14'L x 10'W x 7'H hybrid cabin-style tent
- Fiberglass roof poles
- Six windows
- One full-size door
- Vertical walls for a more spacious interior
- 75D/185T fabric
- PE floor
- Sleeps nine
Huge 14'L x 10'W x 7'H hybrid cabin-style tent is a true home away from home. Integrated LED Lighted Fan System features a bright 5 LED light with high/low settings and a fan to cast a cool breeze or exhaust hot air. Other features include backlit, wall-mounted switch; Portable Energy Pack that runs the fan/lighting system on four D batteries (not included; can be upgraded with optional Coleman CPX6 rechargeable power cartridge that is sold separately); runs 40 hours on high; steel leg poles; fiberglass roof poles; six windows; one full-size door; vertical walls that provide a more spacious interior; rainfly; 75D/185T fabric; and PE floor. Sleeps 9. Color: Charcoal/Cream. Carry weight: 33.4 lbs. Imported.
Manufacturer model #: 2000008055.
Coleman® CPX 6 Rechargeable Power Cartridge sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-614-989-41
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I need to know the door size to determine if i can fit a mattress into the tent
I usually put the mattress in, then inflate it.
Without a battery operated pump, you should also be able to squeeze at least a full size, maybe a queen size through the door as long as it's not a tall full/queen.
But, seriously, get a battery operated pump and don't worry about your mattress or door size.
Where can I purchase the compound?
If you want to take the extra measure, buy a couple cans of Camp Dry and spray it on the seams...or spray the entire tent and rain fly if you want. Make sure you pull the rain fly guy lines tight so it's not touching the mesh ceiling of the tent. Keep the window panels closed and don't let anything touch the tent walls during rain.
It's your standard, run of the mill, everyday, heavy duty plastic tarp material just like in most tents.