Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent Review (Bought & Tested!)

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Rating and Summary

The Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent is an incredibly inexpensive tent, fit for 1 person, or 2 people. I loved that it could fit an entire queen mattress, and the set up was super easy, taking me just about 5 minutes on my own.

But if weight and packed size isn’t an issue for you, I’d recommend upgrading to the 6-Person version of this tent instead. Why? Well, do read on to find out!

This is a picture of me in my Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent in my yard.
VS Other Coleman Tents
9
Ease of Use
5.5
Spaciousness
7.9
Comfort & Features
8.5
Ventilation
8
Rain Protection
7.1
Quality
10
Portability
Overall Score 7.5 / 10

Pros: Easy set up and pack up, very inexpensive, fits a queen bed
Cons: Peak height not very high, base area can be tight for tall people, can’t stand upright

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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 Sundome 2-Person Tent from Amazon, and this is what it looks like:

Top: Cardboard packaging of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
Bottom: A packed-up Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
Top: Cardboard packaging of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
Bottom: A packed-up Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

In the Box

Inside the package, this is what I got – the tent body, 3 poles in a carry case, 9 stakes in another carry case, the rainfly, and the carry bag. I also got a foot mat, but it’s not in the picture below, because I lost it.

From left to right: Tent body of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent, poles, stakes, rainfly, carry bag.
From left to right: Tent body of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent, poles, stakes, rainfly, carry bag.

Specifications

Here are all my personal measurements on the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent:

  • Peak height: 48.5 inches
  • Length: 6 feet 9 inches
  • Width: 4 feet 9 inches
  • Base Area: 32.1 square feet
  • Floor material: Polyethylene
  • Bathtub flooring: Yes, ~7.5 inches
  • Tent body material: Polyester
  • Rainfly material: Polyester
  • Poles material: Fiberglass
  • Number of poles: 3
  • Mesh: Regular
  • Packed size: 24 by 9 by 6 inches
  • Weight: 6.4 lbs
  • Number of guylines: 2
  • Number of stakes: 9
  • Number of doors: 1
  • Hinged door: No
  • Number of windows: 2
  • Number of vents: 3
  • Number of pockets: 2
  • Number of lantern loops: 1
  • E-port: Yes, 1
  • Black-out: No

I also did some testing on my own, and came up with this data:

  • Set up timing (1 person): 5.5 minutes
  • Take down timing (1 person): 5 minutes
  • Number of single sleeping pads: 2
  • Number of queen-sized mattresses: 1

Testing and Performance

I put my Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent through these tests:

  1. Ease of use: Set up, take down
  2. Spaciousness: Height, base area, mattress sizing
  3. Comfort and features: Door, windows, storage
  4. Ventilation: Hot day ventilation, rainy day ventilation
  5. Quality: Material, mesh, seams, stitching, zippers, poles
  6. Portability: Weight and packed size

Meanwhile, I put my 6-Person Sundome Tent through a heavy rain test. So, altogether for both Sundome Tents, there are 7 tests.

Set Up

To set up this Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent, first unfold and lay the tent body on the ground. Then, take the poles out of the carry case, like so:

This is a picture of me taking the poles of the Sundome Tent out of the provided carry case.
This is a picture of me taking the poles of the Sundome Tent out of the provided carry case.

You’ll find that you have 3 fiberglass poles, which look like this:

Here are all 3 fiberglass poles of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
Here are all 3 fiberglass poles of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

The pole on the left and the pole in the middle are exactly the same, and are for the tent body of the Sundome Tent. The pole on the right is for the rainfly.

Next, grab the 2 fiberglass poles for the tent body (left and middle poles in the above picture), and insert them into the 2 green pole sleeves at the center of the tent.

This is a picture of me inserting the tent body poles into the pole sleeves of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a picture of me inserting the tent body poles into the pole sleeves of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

This will form an X shape across the tent, which looks like this.

This is what the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent will look like when both poles have been inserted into the pole sleeves.
This is what the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent will look like when both poles have been inserted into the pole sleeves.

Then, stake the Sundome 2P tent down lightly with 4 stakes at the 4 corners, and I highly recommend this for an easier set up.

This is a picture of a stake having been driven into one of the rings at the 4 corners of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a picture of a stake having been driven into one of the rings at the 4 corners of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

After that, prop one of the poles up first, by securing both ends of the pole into these pins, 1 at each corner of the tent.

The end of each fiberglass pole of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent is to be secured into these pins at the bottom of the tent.
The end of each fiberglass pole of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent is to be secured into these pins at the bottom of the tent.
This is a picture of me securing one end of the fiberglass pole of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent into the pins.
This is a picture of me securing one end of the fiberglass pole of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent into the pins.

When you’re done with the first pole, your Sundome tent should look something like this:

This is a Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent in my yard, which has been set up halfway. Notice that only one pole has been set up, the other is has not been.
This is a Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent in my yard, which has been set up halfway. Notice that only one pole has been set up, the other is has not been.

Now, do the same with the other pole, which should be easier to set up than the first pole:

This is a picture of me securing the second pole of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a picture of me securing the second pole of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

Then, attach the pole clips, which look like this.

This is a close-up shot of a pole clip of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a close-up shot of a pole clip of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

There’s 1 pole clip on each side of each pole, so 4 pole clips altogether around the tent.

Next, grab the last and shortest fiberglass pole, which has black tips at both ends of the pole.

The rainfly pole of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent has these black rounded tips at each end of the pole.
The rainfly pole of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent has these black rounded tips at each end of the pole.

Then, lay the rainfly out flat on the ground, and insert the black pole right down the center of the rainfly, like so:

This is a picture of me securing the rainfly pole into the rainfly of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a picture of me securing the rainfly pole into the rainfly of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

To secure this rainfly pole, locate these small black pockets at each end, as well as 2 Velcro strips somewhere in between both pockets.

The red arrow in this picture is pointing to one of the small pockets in the rainfly, where the rainfly pole is to be inserted.
The red arrow in this picture is pointing to one of the small pockets in the rainfly, where the rainfly pole is to be inserted.

Then, grab the rainfly by the rainfly pole, and drape it over the tent. Position the rainfly pole with one end over the door at the front of the tent, like so:

This is a picture of me draping the rainfly over the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a picture of me draping the rainfly over the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

To secure the rainfly, there are 4 of these S-hooks on the rainfly, to be secured to the 4 rings at the 4 corners of the tent.

This is a close-up shot of one of the S-hooks on the rainfly, which I'm securing to one of the rings at the bottom of the tent.
This is a close-up shot of one of the S-hooks on the rainfly, which I’m securing to one of the rings at the bottom of the tent.

There are also Velcro attachments on the underside of the rainfly, to be secured along each pole. This is to better align the rainfly. There’s 1 Velcro strip at each corner, so 4 around the tent.

This is a close-up shot of the Velcro attachment.
This is a close-up shot of the Velcro attachment.

After that, zip the door up, and re-stake the tent body down with the 4 stakes, if you need to. Also, guy out the tent with 2 more stakes for the 2 guylines, 1 at each width of the tent.

This is a picture of me guying out the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a picture of me guying out the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

And finally, go to the back of the Sundome tent, and stake down the ground vent at the back.

This is a picture of me staking out the vent at the back of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a picture of me staking out the vent at the back of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

So far, we’ve used 7 stakes, and there are 9 stakes altogether. The last 2 stakes are for the foot mat, which I don’t have anymore because I misplaced it. (Oops!)

Altogether, it took me just 5.5 minutes to set up the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent on my own.

Take Down

Taking down the Sundome 2-Person Tent is just the opposite of the set-up, and it took me about 5 minutes for the entire take down and pack up.

This is a picture of me packing up the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a picture of me packing up the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

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

Height

The peak height in this Sundome 2-Person Tent is about 48.5 inches, and I can sit under this peak height with plenty of headroom left above me.

This is a picture of me sitting under the peak height of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent and stretching my arm up to reach the top.
This is a picture of me sitting under the peak height of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent and stretching my arm up to reach the top.

I can also kneel down, and my head doesn’t touch the top.

This is a picture of me kneeling under the peak height of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a picture of me kneeling under the peak height of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

But just bear in mind that this peak height is only at the center of the tent, and the rest of the tent slopes downwards. This Sundome tent is a dome-shaped tent, so you don’t get to enjoy the peak height throughout the tent.

This is a picture of me at the corner of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a picture of me at the corner of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

With a 4-inch thick sleeping pad inside the tent, it doesn’t reduce livable space by much, and I have plenty of space to sit up and also to crouch.

This is a picture of me sitting on my Exped MegaMat Duo 10 (4 inches thick) inside the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a picture of me sitting on my Exped MegaMat Duo 10 (4 inches thick) inside the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

However, with a 9-inch thick mattress, while I can still sit up with a few inches of space above me, I definitely felt the reduction in livable space.

This is a picture of me sitting on my Etekcity Camping Mattress (9 inches thick) inside the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
This is a picture of me sitting on my Etekcity Camping Mattress (9 inches thick) inside the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

Notice how I’m much closer to the top in the second picture (Etekcity), when compared to the first picture (Exped)?

Base Area

The length inside this Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent is about 6 feet and 9 inches, and the width measures about 4 feet and 9 inches, so quite a few inches smaller than the marketed dimensions of 7 by 5 feet.

I found the marketed dimensions of 7 by 5 feet on the carry bag of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.
I found the marketed dimensions of 7 by 5 feet on the carry bag of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent.

But, despite the slightly reduced dimensions, I could still easily fit 2 regular sleeping pads inside this Sundome Tent, and here’s what having a double pad looks like inside the tent. I also added a single pad for a better size comparison.

In this picture, you'll find my Exped MegaMat Duo 10 (dark green, double pad) at the bottom, at my Sea to Summit Self-Inflating Camp Mat (light green/yellow, single pad) at the top.
In this picture, you’ll find my Exped MegaMat Duo 10 (dark green, double pad) at the bottom, at my Sea to Summit Self-Inflating Camp Mat (light green/yellow, single pad) at the top.

There’s actually more than enough space for this Exped MegaMat Duo, with a few inches of leftover space for some camping gear.

This is what my Exped MegaMat Duo 10 (with dimensions of 74 by 43 inches) looks like inside the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent. Notice a few inches of space around the pad.
This is what my Exped MegaMat Duo 10 (with dimensions of 74 by 43 inches) looks like inside the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent. Notice a few inches of space around the pad.

Actually, I could even fit an entire Queen-sized camping mattress inside this Sundome 2-Person Tent, but there won’t be any space leftover for any gear.

This is my Etekcity Upgraded Camping Mattress inside my Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent. It has dimensions of 80 by 59 inches, and notice that it's right up close to the sides of the tent.
This is my Etekcity Upgraded Camping Mattress inside my Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent. It has dimensions of 80 by 59 inches, and notice that it’s right up close to the sides of the tent.

Windows

There are 2 windows in this Sundome 2-Person Tent, 1 on each length of the tent.

This is a picture of me in my Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent with the back window open.
This is a picture of me in my Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent with the back window open.

Each window has 2 white zippers, a bug net to prevent larger bugs from getting in, and also a window latch to hold the fabric when the window is open.

Here's a close up shot of the window zippers (white).
Here’s a close up shot of the window zippers (white).

Both windows are about the same size, with the back window measuring about 29 by 12 inches, and the front window measuring about 26 by 13 inches.

This is the back window of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is the back window of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

This front window is also part of the single door at the front length of this Sundome 2-Person Tent.

This is the front window of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is the front window of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

Door

The door measures about 38 inches in length, and 32 inches in width, and this is what it looks like when I stand in front of it.

This is a picture of me standing in front of the door of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a picture of me standing in front of the door of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

Also, here’s what it looks like when I try to get in and out of the tent.

This is a picture of me getting out of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent through the door.
This is a picture of me getting out of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent through the door.

This door comes with 2 latches by the side to tie the door fabric up to keep it open, and it also comes with 2 black zippers to zip it open and shut.

This is a picture of me tying up the door fabric of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a picture of me tying up the door fabric of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a close-up shot of each door latch.
This is a close-up shot of each door latch.

Storage

For storage, this Sundome 2-Person Tent has 2 pockets inside the tent, each measuring about 9 by 7 inches.

This is what each pocket inside the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like.
This is what each pocket inside the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like.

There’s also 1 lantern loop at the very top of the tent for some lighting at night.

This is a Black Diamond Apollo lantern hanging from the lantern loop of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a Black Diamond Apollo lantern hanging from the lantern loop of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

In addition to the pockets and the lantern loop, there’s also 1 e-port at the bottom of the tent with a zippered closure.

This is what the e-port of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent looks like.
This is what the e-port of the Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent looks like.

Hot Day Ventilation

On a hot day, you can take the rainfly off from the outside, and you’ll get quite a bit of ventilation through not only the window, the door, but also through 2 mesh walls.

This is what the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like without the rainfly, from the inside of the tent. From left to right: window, mesh wall, door.
This is what the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like without the rainfly, from the inside of the tent. From left to right: window, mesh wall, door.

But just bear in mind that there might not be as much privacy with the rainfly off, because others can see right into your tent through the mesh. Also, bear in mind that these mesh walls can’t be zipped up.

This is what one of the mesh walls of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like from the outside of the tent.
This is what one of the mesh walls of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like from the outside of the tent.

Rainy Day Ventilation

As for rainy days, you do need the rainfly to be in place over the tent, and the 2 mesh walls become vents, spanning both entire widths of the Sundome Tent.

This is what the mesh wall looks like with the rainfly on.
This is what the mesh wall looks like with the rainfly on.

Each of these vents measures about 9 inches in width from the outside.

This is a picture of a measuring tape, measuring the longest width of the mesh wall vent from the outside of the tent.
This is a picture of a measuring tape, measuring the longest width of the mesh wall vent from the outside of the tent.

I also had a little bit of ventilation from this ground vent right here:

This is what the ground vent of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like from the inside of the tent.
This is what the ground vent of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like from the inside of the tent.

This small ground vent measures 35 by 8 inches from the inside, and about 10 inches in width from the outside.

Here's how I measure the longest width of each vent from the outside of the tent.
Here’s how I measure the longest width of each vent from the outside of the tent.

Quality

The flooring of this Sundome Tent is made of polyethylene, and the flooring looks like this:

This is how the polyethylene flooring of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like up close.
This is how the polyethylene flooring of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like up close.

The bathtub feature of the flooring extends up to about 7.5 inches, and I got this measurement by using a measuring tape:

This is how I measure the bathtub flooring of each tent that I'm in.
This is how I measure the bathtub flooring of each tent that I’m in.

Both the tent body and rainfly are made of polyester.

This is what the tent body of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like.
This is what the tent body of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like.

Basically, I found all this material info on the pocket of the tent.

This is a close-up shot of the materials used to make each Coleman tent.
This is a close-up shot of the materials used to make each Coleman tent.

I found most of the seams to be OK to decent quality, and most of them are double-stitched and pretty consistent, like so:

Here's a close up of one of the seams inside the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
Here’s a close up of one of the seams inside the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

However, I found one seam here that looks like patchwork, with not so good stitching.

One of the seams wasn't so great in stitching.
One of the seams wasn’t so great in stitching.

The mesh is just regular mesh, not no-see-um mesh, and it’s decent quality.

This is a close-up shot of the mesh of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a close-up shot of the mesh of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

The zippers are also decent quality, and all of them are catch-free. I didn’t have snagging issues on any of the windows and doors.

Here's a close-up shot of the door zippers of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
Here’s a close-up shot of the door zippers of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

However, just bear in mind that the design of this rain cover outside the door will sometimes get in the way of the door zippers.

The rain cover from the outside has snagged on one of the door zippers.
The rain cover from the outside has snagged on one of the door zippers.

Tip: So, from the inside, push the rain cover out while zipping it up. And from the outside, hold the rain cover away when zipping it up.

Once you get used to this, the door zippers will no longer snag.

All the poles are made of fiberglass with pretty short and snag-free pole sleeves.

This is a close-up shot of one of the poles of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a close-up shot of one of the poles of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

The rainfly also comes with 2 pre-attached guylines. It also comes with a pre-attached tensioner (that black thing in the middle of the guyline that allows you to adjust the tension of it).

This is what one of the guylines of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like.
This is what one of the guylines of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like.

Portability

Packed Size

This Coleman Sundome 2-Person Tent has a packed size of 24 by 9 by 6 inches. Here’s what it looks like beside a 32-ounce Nalgene bottle:

This is what the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like beside a 32-ounce Nalgene bottle.
This is what the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like beside a 32-ounce Nalgene bottle.

Weight

The Coleman 2-Person Sundome tent weighs about 6.4 lbs. And here’s what it looks like when I carry it:

This is a picture of me carrying a packed-up Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a picture of me carrying a packed-up Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

Is the Coleman Sundome Tent good for backpacking?

A Coleman Sundome 2 can technically be used for backpacking, if the weight of the tent is split between 2 people. As such, its weight of 6.4 lbs would only be around 3.2 lbs per person, which can be manageable. If you’re on a strict budget for backpacking, this might be worth a shot.

Others

I didn’t put this 2-Person Tent through a rain test, but I did put my Coleman Sundome 6-Person Tent through a heavy rain test, which you can check out here:

Pros and Cons

Pros

For pros, I found the set up pretty easy, taking me just 5 and a half minutes on my own.

The take down and pack up was easy as well, I didn’t have to struggle to get everything back in, and I didn’t even have to rip this strip at the bottom of the bag off to expand the bag.

I left the carry bag as it is; I didn't need to expand it.
I left the carry bag as it is; I didn’t need to expand it.

Another humongous pro is how inexpensive this Sundome 2-Person Tent is. I paid less than $50 for mine a couple of years back, and I believe you can still get that kind of pricing nowadays.

This is a picture of me lying down in my Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a picture of me lying down in my Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

For less than $50, I don’t think that you can get any other decent quality tent like this Sundome.

I also really liked that the base area was big enough that it could fit a queen-sized mattress. It’s always nice to have that kind of versatility.

This is what the base area of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like.
This is what the base area of the Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent looks like.

Cons

But, here are some things to take note of.

If you have a rather tall camping mattress, like my 9-inch queen mattress, I found that my head will brush against the wall of the tent when I sit up after sleeping, and it definitely feels very tight (if you’re sleeping 2 in the tent).

This is because the peak heights in 2-person tents are generally not very high.

This is a picture of me standing on a 9-inch mattress in my Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a picture of me standing on a 9-inch mattress in my Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

Also, if you’re tall, the base area of the tent can be a bit tight. You might find the Sundome tent’s sloping walls brushing against your head, which can be annoying. This will be a problem especially if you’re using a thick mattress.

On top of that, inflating a queen mattress inside the 2-Person Sundome Tent can be a pain.

This is a picture of me squashed to the side of the tent when inflating a queen mattress inside my Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.
This is a picture of me squashed to the side of the tent when inflating a queen mattress inside my Coleman 2-Person Sundome Tent.

When inflating, I was squashed between the mattress and the tent, because the valve was at the foot/head of the mattress. I also couldn’t inflate it fully, because I had to squeeze out after. So, I squeezed out, I got on top of the mattress and continued to inflate it.

Tip: If you have a queen mattress with a valve at the side near the door, that would be a lot easier to inflate.

Getting a mattress with a side valve instead of a head valve would be better.
Getting a mattress with a side valve instead of a head valve would be better.

Recommendation

Recommendation #1: If you don’t want to deal with all these issues, I’d highly recommend that you upgrade to the 6-Person Sundome Tent if budget, packed size, and weight are not big issues for you.

The 6-Person Sundome Tent has an awesome 6-foot peak height, with plenty of headroom. I’m able to stand upright, stretch my arms out, walk around the tent, stand up on my pads and mattresses, even jump around, and basically just got a lot of livable space for a dome tent.

This is a picture of me standing on a 9-inch thick mattress inside the Coleman Sundome 6-Person Tent.
This is a picture of me standing on a 9-inch thick mattress inside the Coleman Sundome 6-Person Tent.

You won’t be able to stand upright in a 4-person tent, let alone a 2-person tent, but you would be able to in a 6-person tent. (Provided that you’re 6 feet and below.)

Recommendation #2: And for a little more added comfort, you might want to also consider the 6-Person Dark Room Sundome Tent.

This is what the inside of the Coleman Sundome Dark Room Tent looks like.
This is what the inside of the Coleman Sundome Dark Room Tent looks like.

Both my 6-Person Regular and Dark Room Sundome Tents were also equally inexpensive, I paid only about a hundred bucks for each of them.

Bonus: Must Read!

For more info on how this 2-Person Sundome Tent compares to other Coleman tents, you can check out this blog post right here: I Tested the 14 Best Coleman Tents!

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 Sundome 2-Person Tent:

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