Placed beneath the tent, a floor saver protects the tent’s floor from damage by rocks or roots, keeps the bottom clean for packing, and adds an extra layer of protection from water. Heavy-duty 6mm Polyethylene. Pre-sized to fit shape of tent floor. Made in USA.
Rated 2 out of 5 by FlaPaddler Not worth the money
I bought one for my backpacking tent, and one for my kayaking tent. I was quite disappointed in the quality. I can see that they won't last more than a few times. They are easily punctured by dry stiff grass, and by any pebbles. I used one on a smooth pad, (I swept the dirt) but stepped on the edge where I had missed removing an acorn - this poked a hole in the ground cover.
One positive quality is that it is easy to clean. Otherwise, it was not worth buying. Cut yourself a piece of tarp, tyvec, roof top guard, or buy the footprint made for your tent.
January 3, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by bigfishken A must!
I have an 11'X11' HEAVY canvas cabin tent my parents bought in 1962 from SEARS and it is still in very good shape largely because we always used a ground cover like this. These could be imroved to a 5 rating if they had sturdy stake loops as opposed to the grometed holes.
November 5, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 Not what it describes and shows it is.
The pic shows something that looks custom fitted for your tent. Its not and it was a little small for my tend. There are no eyelets grommets in the conners as show in pic. It is nothing more than a LIGHT weight plastic tarp. In hind site I would by a cheap tarp and cut it myself to get a real custom fix.
May 27, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 Better off with a thicker tarp
This was really too thin to be a "floor saver". Also, I would have liked grommets to stake it down.
April 27, 2010
I have used Eureka floor savers on several different tents on all kinds of surfaces including compacted gravel and even on the larger blue stone and have experienced excellent tent protection and the floor savers are holding up well after three years of boy scout use.