Intro to the Sundome Tent
This Sundome product is a totally inexpensive choice if you are a solo, duo, or small family camping clan. It is hassle free, convenient, effective, and high-quality from the moment you set up to the second you’ve taken the tent down and put it away.
Setting up the Sundome Tent
Setting it up, I couldn’t help but notice that the pole sleeves are simply and brilliantly designed in a continuous way that prevents snagging and other inconvenient tent set-up annoyances from happening. The floors are welded, and completed with seams that are really great at keeping water out when it starts raining, which every camper knows is an important thing to consider! The pole attachments help the tent stand up to strong winds, which is another nice touch in making this a tent good for facing all sorts of weather, along with the rainfly awning that not only prevents rain from entering your sheltered space, but also creates refreshing shade if you need it. Another handy little addition is the fact that storage pockets exist in the tent, which can help you manage your gear in a tidy, organized way.
The price on this tent is extremely low, which makes you think that there might be something wrong with it… In my opinion, there are no glaring issues with this tent at all, it just isn’t as luxurious or spacious as many other tents that are on the market today. It is definitely not a winter tent, but it will certainly hold up as a sturdy three-season option. It’s great for small families, like a couple of parents and a child, or a couple and a dog, but any amount of folks bigger than that would probably be a bit of a stretch. Still, despite the fact that it’s not gigantic, and isn’t going to give you the most headroom, it is a wonderful little shelter that can be had at a practically unbeatable cost.
In conclusion, the price is right on this admirably designed and built, affordable piece of outdoor camping equipment. I really do think that this tent is a fantastic option if your camping experience is not one with four or more people, and you’re looking for a durable, strong, and reliable little tent. It is not the most luxurious option, but if you’re looking for a modestly sized, easy, low maintenance, and simple shelter for a couple of people that is not going to break the bank, you will have a hard time locating a better tent than this one.