SE ET3683 Emergency Outdoor Tube Tent with Steel Tent Pegs


SE is proud to present our Emergency Outdoor Tube Tent with Steel Tent Pegs. This tube tent is a great addition to your gear for hiking, camping, hunting, boating, fishing, survival and emergency kits, and can also be used as an emergency blanket, shelter, ground cover, and more! Features of our Emergency Outdoor Tube Tent include:
(1) Dimensions (inches): 82 x 36
(2) Non-woven, orange-colored material
(3) Aluminum coating on the interior side for extra warmth
(4) 23

$ 18.09

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  1. 114 of 117 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than the plastic tube tents., April 23, 2013
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    J T

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    This is a better tube tent than the plastic ones by virtue that one end is closed and the other has flaps that can be tied shut. This offers some wind protection and you’ll stay warmer more easily. It won’t keep all bugs out but if it’s raining I don’t mind swatting a few bugs if it means I’m staying dry. Just remember to add some clothes pins to keep the tent pulled tight at the top, and maybe replace the included rope with some paracord. The tent pins are a nice addition. It doesn’t fold down very compact because of the thicker material. Unless you have a larger back pack this would have a better home in your vehicle emergency kit. I made a shelter kit with this tent including paracord, clothes pins, and just for fun a solar lawn light bought for a buck at the local big box store. When setting it up, be sure to have soft ground cover and use a blanket inside if possible because the durability of the floor material seems dubious against wear and tear at best. I wouldn’t recommend making this your “regular” tent, but in an emergency it will be far better than nothing.
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  2. TheMatrix says:
    49 of 51 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    At last, a tube tent that works!, June 22, 2014
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    TheMatrix (Dallas, TX) –

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    All the others i’ve seen are garbage — something you could sling together with 2 trash bags and 9 feet of duct tape. Actually, that would be better than the lightweight emergency tents out there.
    This one comes with some poly cord, 4 tent stakes. You might want better ones. You might want a couple more for guy lines. You might want 550 cord instead. You still need to come up with 2 tent poles/sticks.
    There’s no fancy snake band or bug screen like many pup tents. This one should keep you & your stuff dry and fairly warm. Bright orange on one side and reflective mylar on the other. The back end is closed, unlike the ultra cheap tents.
    I doubt this will have a long lifetime, but should be good for what it is: a light weight emergency tent. Being mylar it makes noise in handling it.
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  3. Kenneth Putt says:
    61 of 67 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not a big fan of this tent., February 12, 2016
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    Bulky in my pack for starters. Tried it out last night finally. It was 56 degrees out and clear. Just me by myself but thought in an emergency my small wife could be in here too. I could not get comfortable enough to sleep. My lower half was too hot, upper was to cold. Eventually I realized that my arms would touch the sides of the tent and they were getting wet from all the condensation. The entire tent was soaked on the inside. Not sure if there is a solution to this besides keeping the doors open but I could get a much smaller easier to pack tube tent that has the same issue… Also, it might seem obvious but I have to say it is pretty difficult to get into without getting dirt and stuff into the tent.

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