Coleman Instant Tent 4 Review (Bought & Tested!)

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Rating and Summary

I found the Coleman Instant Tent 4 to be a wonderful hot day and summer camping tent. Not only does it set up quickly, there’s also a good amount of livable space and hot day ventilation.

However, it wouldn’t be my tent of choice in heavy rain. The rainfly is very small and doesn’t provide much rain protection, and there’s also minimal ventilation when it’s raining.

I go into much more depth in the rest of this post, so do read on to find out more!

This is a picture of me in my Coleman Instant Tent 4 in my yard.
This is a picture of me in my Coleman Instant Tent 4 in my yard.
VS Other Coleman Tents
9
Ease of Use
7
Spaciousness
7.3
Comfort & Features
6
Ventilation
6
Rain Protection
7.6
Quality
7
Portability
Overall Score 7.2 / 10

Pros: Easy set up, easy pack up, cabin shape with vertical walls, decent hot day ventilation, double-thick fabric
Cons: Rain protection and rainy day ventilation can be improved, rainfly should be included in the purchase

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Product Details

In this section, I’ll be showing you these few things:

  • Unboxing
  • In the Box
  • Specifications

Unboxing

I bought this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent from Amazon, and here’s what it looks like out of the box:

This is a picture of me unboxing the Coleman Instant Tent 4 from its original packaging.
This is a picture of me unboxing the Coleman Instant Tent 4 from its original packaging.

In the Box

Inside the package, I got just the Instant Tent 4 tent body with pre-attached poles and guylines, and 8 stakes in a carry case.

I had to buy the rainfly separately, which comes with another 4 stakes.

This is the separate rainfly of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is the separate rainfly of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Specifications

Here are all my personal measurements on the Coleman Instant 4-Person Tent:

  • Peak height: 61 inches
  • Lowest height: 50 inches
  • Length: 7 feet 11 inches
  • Width: 7 feet
  • Base Area: 55.4 square feet
  • Floor material: Polyethylene
  • Bathtub flooring: Yes, ~4 inches
  • Tent body material: 150D Polyester Taffeta
  • Rainfly material: 150D Polyester Taffeta
  • Poles material: Alloy Steel
  • Number of poles: All pre-attached
  • Mesh: Regular
  • Packed size: 40 by 11 by 8 inches
  • Weight of tent: 18.0 lbs
  • Weight of rainfly: 2.0 lbs
  • Total weight: 20.0 lbs
  • Number of guylines: 4
  • Number of stakes: 8 (separate rainfly comes with an additional 4 stakes)
  • Number of doors: 1
  • Hinged door: No
  • Number of windows: 4
  • Number of vents: 1
  • Number of pockets: 2
  • Number of lantern loops: 1
  • Number of gear lofts: 0
  • E-port: No
  • Black-out: No
  • Set up timing (1 person): 4.5 minutes
  • Take down timing (1 person): 5 minutes
  • Number of single sleeping pads: 4
  • Number of queen-sized mattresses: 1

Testing and Performance

I put my Coleman Instant 4-Person Tent through these 7 different tests:

  1. Ease of use: Set up, take down, pack up
  2. Spaciousness: Height, side walls, base area, mattress sizing
  3. Comfort and features: Door, windows, storage options
  4. Ventilation: Hot day ventilation, rainy day ventilation
  5. Weather protection: Light rain test, heavy rain test
  6. Quality: Material, mesh, seams, stitching, zippers, poles, guylines, pre-attachments
  7. Portability: Weight and packed size

Ease of Set Up

Set Up Instructions

To set up this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent, first unfold the tent until it lays flat on the ground. The tent should be mostly flat, except for this central hub here.

This is the Coleman Instant Tent 4 flat on the ground. The red arrow is pointing to the central hub. Sorry I left the rainfly on while taking this photo.
This is the Coleman Instant Tent 4 flat on the ground. The red arrow is pointing to the central hub. Sorry I left the rainfly on while taking this photo.

Then, pull the 4 elbow joints outwards. These joints have a black neoprene covering, and look like this:

A close-up shot of one of the joints of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of one of the joints of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

After you’re done pulling the 4 elbow joints outwards, they should be propped up like this, so your tent should be semi-set up:

The Coleman Instant Tent 4 set up about halfway.
The Coleman Instant Tent 4 set up about halfway.

Next, extend all 4 poles upwards to make up the walls of your Coleman Instant Tent.

The front 2 poles of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 have been extended, while the back 2 poles have not been extended.
The front 2 poles of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 have been extended, while the back 2 poles have not been extended.

Pull each pole upwards until you hear this silver lock button pop out and click into place, and that’s when you know the pole is fully extended.

A close-up shot of the silver lock button on each of the poles of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of the silver lock button on each of the poles of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Then, drape the rainfly over the tent, and clip the 4 extended tips of the rainfly just below the instant tent sticker.

A picture of me securing the clips of the rainfly to the poles of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A picture of me securing the clips of the rainfly to the poles of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

To tighten and secure the rainfly, just pull on the strap in front.

The rainfly of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 also comes with straps to adjust the tension.
The rainfly of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 also comes with straps to adjust the tension.

Finally, stake down the tent body with 4 stakes, and guy out the tent with the 4 pre-attached guylines on the rainfly.

This is a picture of me guying out the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is a picture of me guying out the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

If you didn’t buy the separate rainfly, you can still guy out the tent. The Coleman Instant Tent 4 comes with pre-attached guylines on the tent body itself, which look like this:

A close-up shot of the guylines on the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of the guylines on the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Set Up Timings

To set up the Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent, including staking and guying out the entire tent, but without the rainfly, took me about 3 minutes to do so on my own.

If you want to put the rainfly on, that took me another 1.5 minutes, so 4.5 minutes altogether.

Ease of Pack Up

Pack Up Instructions

To take down this Coleman Instant Tent 4, first remove all the guylines, stakes, as well as the rainfly.

Next, press on the silver lock button on the 4 telescoping wall poles, and push down on all the poles to retract them until they cannot be retracted further.

A close-up of me pressing down on the silver lock button of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up of me pressing down on the silver lock button of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

After that, push the 4 elbow joints with the black neoprene covering inwards, like so:

A picture of me pushing in the joints of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A picture of me pushing in the joints of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

With all the joints pressed inwards, now fold all the poles back towards the center hub, and your tent should look something like this.

The Coleman Instant Tent 4 partially folded.
The Coleman Instant Tent 4 partially folded.

Then, lift the tent up by the center hub, place the center hub horizontally on the ground, and roll the rest of the tent fabric together.

This is a picture of me rolling up the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is a picture of me rolling up the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Finally, put the rolled up tent back into the carry bag, and zip it up.

A picture of me zipping up the carry bag of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A picture of me zipping up the carry bag of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Pack Up Timings

Packing up this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent on my own took me just 3.5 minutes, if I don’t remove the rainfly.

If you want to remove the rainfly, that’ll take another 1.5 minutes, so 5 minutes altogether.

I didn’t have to remove this strip at the bottom to expand the bag, but if you do so, the pack up will be 1 minute quicker or so.

I didn't expand the carry bag of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
I didn’t expand the carry bag of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

For more details on the set up, take down and pack up, you can check out my YouTube video right here:

Height

The peak height inside this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent is about 61 inches, which is slightly shorter than my height, so my head presses against the roof when I try to stand upright. I’m about 5’3″/160cm tall.

This is a picture of me standing under the peak height of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is a picture of me standing under the peak height of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

The lowest height in the tent, at the four corners, is about 50 inches, and here’s what it looks like when I try to stand in the corners.

This is a picture of me standing in one of the corners of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is a picture of me standing in one of the corners of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Livable Space

The side walls of this Coleman Instant Tent 4 are somewhat almost vertical, which gives it a nice cabin shape:

This is what the side walls of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 look like.
This is what the side walls of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 look like.

This gave me quite a bit of livable space inside the tent, so I could freely stretch my arms out.

The cabin shape of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
The cabin shape of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Base Area

The length of this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent is about 7 feet and 11 inches, while the width measures about 7 feet, so only 1 inch smaller than the marketed dimensions in length.

The logo of the Coleman Instant Tent 4. Notice at the bottom, that the marketed dimensions are provided. It says 8' x 7'.
The logo of the Coleman Instant Tent 4. Notice at the bottom, that the marketed dimensions are provided. It says 8′ x 7′.

Single Pad Sizing

This Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent fits 4 regular sleeping pads, and here’s what 2 double sleeping pads look like inside the tent. Both double pads fit just nicely, with no leftover space at all, and you do have to sleep shoulder to shoulder.

This is what 4 pads / 2 double pads look like inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is what 4 pads / 2 double pads look like inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

I found it quite annoying to sleep at the corners though. I couldn’t put anything in this pocket (pictured below) while sleeping, because otherwise it keeps brushing against my body.

It was super annoying to sleep underneath the low-hanging pocket of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
It was super annoying to sleep underneath the low-hanging pocket of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Also, my head would touch the wall of the tent when I sit up, right here:

This is what it looks like when I sit up at the corner of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is what it looks like when I sit up at the corner of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Queen Bed Sizing

Instead of 4 sleeping pads, you can fit just 1 queen-sized camping mattress, and here’s what a queen looks like inside the tent. There’s plenty of room for 2 people to sleep inside this tent on the queen bed, plus lots of leftover space for camping gear as well.

This is what the Coleman Instant Tent 4 looks like with 1 queen bed.
This is what the Coleman Instant Tent 4 looks like with 1 queen bed.

Also, even though my queen mattress is quite thick at about 9 inches, I could still almost stand up while on the mattress, and I had lots of livable space leftover as well.

This is me standing up on a queen bed inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is me standing up on a queen bed inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Windows

There are a total of 4 windows in this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent, 1 big window on the left wall, 2 small windows together on the front wall, another 1 big window on the right wall, and no windows at all on the back wall.

This picture below shows the left wall as well as the front wall of the Coleman Instant Tent 4:

This is a picture of me opening up the windows in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is a picture of me opening up the windows in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Each big window on the side walls measures about 52 by 28 inches, while each small window on the front wall measures about 24 by 22 inches.

All these windows have 2 metal zippers each.

A picture of the 2 metal zippers on each window.
A picture of the 2 metal zippers on each window.

There’s no latch for each window, but you can tuck the fabric neatly against the bug net of the window. This also makes it easy to zip up each window without any fumbling.

A picture of me tucking the fabric against the bug net of each window, when the window has been opened.
A picture of me tucking the fabric against the bug net of each window, when the window has been opened.

When the windows are open, there’s a bug net to prevent larger bugs like mosquitoes from getting in.

A close-up shot of the bug net in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of the bug net in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Door

There’s only 1 door, which is on the front length of this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent, and similar to the windows, it also comes with 2 metal zippers. The zippers are protected by some extra fabric to prevent leaking into the tent through the zippers in case of rain:

A close-up shot of the door zippers in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of the door zippers in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

I had no issues zipping this door open and close, whether from the outside, or the inside. To hold the door open, there are 2 latches by the side here.

A close-up shot of the door latch of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of the door latch of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

This single door measures about 37 inches in width, and 45 inches in length, so not very big in size. It’s about 48 inches from the ground to the top of the door, so I had to duck quite a bit when getting in and out of the tent through this door.

This is a picture of me ducking to get through the door into the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is a picture of me ducking to get through the door into the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Storage

Pockets

For storage, there are 2 pockets inside this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent, each measuring about 9 by 7 inches.

This is one of the pockets in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is one of the pockets in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Lantern Loop

There’s also 1 loop at the top of the center of the tent, where you can hang a lantern for lighting at night.

This is a picture of my brother hanging up a lantern in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is a picture of my brother hanging up a lantern in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Others

Besides this, there are no other loops for gear lofts or other storage. And, there are no e-ports as well.

Light Rain Test

I put this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent through really light rain, and it stayed dry when the rain stopped 15 minutes later.

The Coleman Instant Tent 4 in my yard in light rain.
The Coleman Instant Tent 4 in my yard in light rain.

However, even in light rain, I found that water will get into your tent through the windows if you leave them open.

For example, here are the windows at the front of the tent (pictured below), and here’s where the rain is dripping (red arrow). Anything below will get wet even in light rain.

At least 75% of each window of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 got wet in light rain.
At least 75% of each window of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 got wet in light rain.

Heavy Rain Test

For my heavy rain test, I used this water hose against the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

This is a picture of me using a water hose to hose down the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is a picture of me using a water hose to hose down the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

I concentrated the rainfall on the back wall, as well as one of the side walls:

The Coleman Instant Tent 4 in heavy rain.
The Coleman Instant Tent 4 in heavy rain.

I found that the windows got completely soaked within the first couple of minutes, and this is because the rainfly is so tiny.

One of the windows of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 completely soaked.
One of the windows of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 completely soaked.

After 15 minutes of this heavy rain, I found quite a bit of leaking from the seam connecting the bathtub flooring to the black tent fabric, which was not seam taped and instead inverted.

This bathtub flooring seam is the most vulnerable seam in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This bathtub flooring seam is the most vulnerable seam in the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Also, because the pocket was so low-hanging, it also leaked quite a bit:

This is a picture of me touching the bathtub flooring seam. You can also see the low-hanging pocket in this picture.
This is a picture of me touching the bathtub flooring seam. You can also see the low-hanging pocket in this picture.

I also found that the black fabric (bottom half of the tent) was damp from the inside of the tent, after just 15 minutes of heavy rain. The rainfly is so small that it couldn’t protect the black fabric at all, which got into contact with lots of water.

Water running over the black fabric of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
Water running over the black fabric of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Even the rainfly was slightly damp too. The brown fabric nearer the top (above the black fabric) was still dry though.

For a little more detail on this rain test, you can check out my YouTube video here:

Hot Day Ventilation

On a hot day without the rainfly, this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent has quite a bit of ventilation. The windows are quite big (pictured earlier in the ‘Windows’ section), although I’m not sure why there’s no mesh at all on this back wall.

This is the back wall of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is the back wall of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

There’s also a small vent at the top of the tent. There’s no ceiling mesh though, as you can see from this picture:

This is a picture of the top vent of the Coleman Instant Tent 4. This shot was taken from the inside of the tent.
This is a picture of the top vent of the Coleman Instant Tent 4. This shot was taken from the inside of the tent.

Rainy Day Ventilation

On a rainy day though, you’d need to use the rainfly, which will cover the vent at the top.

This is a picture of me opening up the top vent of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 from the outside of the tent.
This is a picture of me opening up the top vent of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 from the outside of the tent.

And you’d need to close all the windows as well, especially in heavy rain, or tons of water will get into your tent. So, on a rainy day, ventilation is limited.

Quality

Tent Body Quality

The main tent body of this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent is made of 150D polyester taffeta, which is what Coleman calls ‘double-thick’ fabric. I found it to be pretty good quality too.

A close-up shot of the tent fabric of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of the tent fabric of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Flooring Quality

The flooring of this Instant Tent 4, as are all Coleman tents, is made of polyethylene. It has a bathtub feature, which extends up to about 4 inches, and is useful when there’s light flooding.

Water running over the bathtub flooring of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
Water running over the bathtub flooring of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Seam Taping

I checked all the seams in the Coleman Instant Tent 4, and found that most of them were factory taped, like the middle seam between the black and brown fabric, the vertical seams, and the window and door seams.

A close-up shot of the seam taping inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of the seam taping inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

The only seam that was not taped was the black fabric to bathtub flooring seam, which is inverted instead, and this is why it leaked a lot during my rain test. It’s also usually the most vulnerable seam in any rain test, so I’m not sure why Coleman chose to make it inverted instead.

A close-up shot of the bathtub flooring seam inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of the bathtub flooring seam inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Stitching

The double stitching around the entire tent was consistent and pretty good quality, with only the occasional loose thread.

A loose thread I found inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A loose thread I found inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Mesh Quality

The holes of the mesh are too big to be no-see-um mesh, so it’s just regular mesh, and the quality of the mesh was consistent throughout the entire tent.

Zipper Quality

The zippers are decent quality, and all of them are catch-free, both the windows and doors.

But here’s a tip though. Try to avoid getting the rain cover on the outside stuck in the track of the zipper. So, when zipping the door up from the inside, push the door out at the same time. When zipping the door up from the outside, lift the rain cover when zipping.

This is a picture of me lifting the rain cover while zipping the door of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 up.
This is a picture of me lifting the rain cover while zipping the door of the Coleman Instant Tent 4 up.

Poles Quality

All the poles of this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent are made of alloy steel, and look like this:

A close-up shot of one of the steel poles of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of one of the steel poles of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

All the poles of the tent are pre-attached, making for an easy set up and a somewhat sturdy tent if you guy it out. All the poles are connected together and can’t be removed, even if you want to remove them.

This is the instant tent mechanism of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is the instant tent mechanism of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Guylines

The guylines are decent quality too, but don’t seem to be reflective at night.

Portability

Packed Size

This Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent has a packed size of 40 by 11 by 8 inches. For a size comparison, here’s what it looks like beside a Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent, the separate rainfly, as well as a 32-ounce Nalgene bottle.

From left to right: Coleman Instant Tent 4, Coleman Sundome Tent 2, Coleman Instant Tent 4 Rainfly, 32-ounce Nalgene bottle.
From left to right: Coleman Instant Tent 4, Coleman Sundome Tent 2, Coleman Instant Tent 4 Rainfly, 32-ounce Nalgene bottle.

Like all other instant tents, this Coleman Instant Tent 4 is pretty long, so there are 2 additional buckles on the carry bag.

A close-up shot of the carry bag of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A close-up shot of the carry bag of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

This is what the Coleman Instant Tent 4 looks like beside a Coleman Skydome Tent 4, which doesn’t come with the same pre-attached pole mechanism. The Instant Tent is so much longer!

Top: Coleman Instant Tent 4; Bottom: Coleman Skydome Tent 4.
Top: Coleman Instant Tent 4; Bottom: Coleman Skydome Tent 4.

Weight

The Coleman Instant Tent 4 weighs 18.0 lbs, including the 8 stakes.

As for the rainfly, it weighs another 2.0 lbs with the 4 included stakes.

This is a picture of me carrying a packed-up Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is a picture of me carrying a packed-up Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Pros and Cons

Pros

For pros, I found this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent super easy to set up, taking me just 4.5 minutes, and this includes staking and guying out the entire tent.

The take down was very easy as well, taking me just 5 minutes, and I was even able to get the entire tent back into the carry bag without even having to expand the bag.

I also liked that the almost vertical side walls and cabin shape of this tent gave me lots of livable space to not only stand up, stretch my arms out, but lounge around as well.

This is me lying on a queen bed inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
This is me lying on a queen bed inside the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

There’s also quite a bit of ventilation on hot days, with 4 windows in total, and 1 small vent.

Also, like most Coleman products, the quality is decently good, from the stitching, mesh, zippers, and poles, and this particular Coleman tent is even complete with double-thick fabric of 150D polyester taffeta.

Cons

As for cons, I think the biggest one is that the rainfly doesn’t offer much rain protection. In fact, it’s pretty small, and covers literally only the very top of the tent.

Water running over the rainfly of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
Water running over the rainfly of the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Also, the bathtub flooring seam is not taped. On top of that, there’s minimal ventilation when it’s raining, because you can’t open any of the windows.

Another big con is that you have to buy the rainfly separately, and that’s an additional cost of about $30. (That’s about how much I paid for mine.) I just found it super strange that it doesn’t come with the rainfly.

A smaller con is that the door isn’t very big at all.

A picture of me ducking to exit the Coleman Instant Tent 4.
A picture of me ducking to exit the Coleman Instant Tent 4.

Recommendations

And finally, here are my recommendations.

Recommendation #1

If you’re sold on this tent, check out the price difference between this Coleman Instant Tent 4 and the 6-person version. If you don’t have to pay much more, I’d highly recommend the 6-person instant tent instead.

This is because the 6-Person version has a 6-foot peak height, and you can likely stand up in it if you’re not taller than 6 feet. And also, the 6-Person version has windows on all 4 walls for more ventilation, while the 4-Person version has windows on only 3 walls.

This is a picture of me standing under the peak height of the Coleman Sundome 6-Person Tent. I can easily reach the top by stretching my arm upwards.
This is a picture of me standing under the peak height of the Coleman Sundome 6-Person Tent. I can easily reach the top by stretching my arm upwards.

Recommendation #2

Next, if you expect heavy rains, I don’t think this tent will be that great a pick. It’s more of a summer tent with lots of ventilation.

But if you still want it, I’d highly recommend that you use a sealant, especially for the bathtub flooring seam, and lots of waterproofing spray for not only the black tent fabric, but for the rainfly as well.

Water running over the bathtub flooring seam of the Coleman Instant 4.
Water running over the bathtub flooring seam of the Coleman Instant 4.

Recommendation #3

Also, I think this tent is great for 2 people, just a queen sized bed with lots of leftover room. 4 people will definitely not be comfortable.

Bonus: Must Read!

Finally, how does this Coleman 4-Person Instant Tent compare to other Coleman tents, or instant tents though? Well, don’t worry, because I’ve already done the comparison for you, in these blog posts:

This is the thumbnail I used for my 14 Best Coleman Tents video. From left to right: Coleman Instant Cabin 4-Person Tent, Coleman WeatherMaster 10-Person Tent, and Coleman Sundome 6-Person Tent.
This is the thumbnail I used for my 14 Best Coleman Tents video. From left to right: Coleman Instant Cabin 4-Person Tent, Coleman WeatherMaster 10-Person Tent, and Coleman Sundome 6-Person Tent.

Or, check out the Coleman Instant Tent:

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