Coleman® Vacationer 2-Room Ten-Person 15' x 10' Cabin Tent
A Bass Pro Exclusive!
- Vertical walls and vaulted ceilings
- Sleeps up to 10 people
- Built-in LED lighting system
- Bright LEDs feature HIGH, LOW, and amber nightlight settings
- CPX6 Flexible Power System
- Exclusive WeatherTec™ System
- 8 large windows for maximum ventilation
- Gear pockets
- 2 separate living areas
- 2 hinged swinging doors
- Thick PE floor
Big-time outdoor comfort with vertical walls and vaulted ceilings—sleeps up to 10 people! Built-in LED lighting system turns on via wall switch, just like at home. Bright LEDs feature HIGH, LOW, and amber nightlight settings. CPX6 Flexible Power System lets you power the unit with 4D batteries (not included) or the optional Coleman CPX6 rechargeable power cartridge (sold separately). Exclusive WeatherTec System, Keeps you dry—Guaranteed™. Other features include 8 large windows for maximum ventilation (3 in main cabin are self-rolling!), gear pockets, 2 separate living areas, two hinged swinging doors, rainfly, and thick PE floor. Color: Green/Gray. Dimensions: 15'L x 10'W x 7'H. Carry weight: 39 lbs. Imported.
Manufacturer model #: 2000008713.
Coleman CPX 6 Rechargeable Power Cartridge sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1655931
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AC ready is a hole ready to fit an Air conditioner
Does it have any of this ?
there is an extension cord port underneath both doors.
Nor is there an external vent for AC.
Things to know aobut it though, when you install the ceiling light, ensure you line up the pegs, it is keyed, and if you don't line it up right when you screw it in, the leads won't connect and the light will not work.
Also, the backing plate that holds the ceiling light in place is plastic, and in my opinion a little flimsy. Mine broke after several uses, so a few zip ties, and i fixed it myself.
There are no EZ ports on this tent.
The 2 poles in the rain fly attach securely to the tent frame and there are 8 guylines around the perimeter of the rain fly. That is your 16 stakes and Coleman doesn't throw in an extra but they are the cheap L shaped wire kind.
The system as a whole is fairly secure but this is a cabin tent, not a nice dome that will let wind glide over it.
The entire ceiling of the tent is screen so you will most likely want to use the rain fly even if you aren't expecting rain because, if PA is anything like MI, it will rain just because you put up a tent.
You can spray the seams if you want but we didn't and made it through a cold, rainy, long weekend with no leaks. Just make sure you stake your rain fly guylines nice and tight and spread out.
I will add that you will freeze your behind off in this tent if it's the slightest bit cold and windy. It offers little protection from the wind with the entire ceiling being screen, the rain fly only comes down about 5 inches and all of the window flaps zip up the sides only, no seal across the top, so wind continuously blows through the top of the windows and celing of this tent. For that reason, it's no good for windy weather unless it's 80+ degrees outside.
This tent will not protect you from any cold wind or breeze. It will continuously blow through and suck out any heat.