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Chalet 9 CV Family Dome Tent

$699.99
$449.90
(14)
4.4 14
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A tried and tested classic, the Coleman Chalet 9 CV tent has been used on family camping trips for years and continues to be one of our best selling tents.

Three rooms with zippered dividers and privacy screens, front and rear double mesh/nylon entry doors and an extendable front awning provide comfortable living space for the whole family. Adequately ventilated through two windows and numerous inner mesh panels, along with zippered roof vents that open up to reveal skylights in the central room.

Colour coded poles enable easy set-up of the geodesic frame and pre-tied guy ropes keep the tent steady in the wind. Finished off with an internal gear organizer and a wheeled carry bag the Coleman Chalet 9 CV is a complete camping package.

  • Sleeps 9
  • Geodesic fiberglass frame
  • 3 rooms with fully sectioned bedrooms
  • Two external doors with front extendable awning
  • Windows with weatherproof flaps over bedrooms
  • Superior ventilation
  • Includes pegs, 2 awning poles and wheeled carry bag
Snowys Code:
125046
Supplier Code:
1217814
Season:
3
Sleeping Capacity:
9 Person
Recommended Capacity:
6 Person + Living Space
External Dimensions:
630L x 290W cm
Sleeping Area:
600L x 280W cm
Packed Dimensions:
90L x 53W x 27H cm
Max. Head Height:
205 cm
Material:
75D/185T Polyester
Inner Material:
Polyester
Floor Material:
Polyethylene
Frame Material:
11mm Durawrap Fibreglass
Waterproof:
3000mm
Weight:
26.1 Kg
Warranty:
3 Year
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May 23 2017

Great tent, great Snowy's Service!

Really great tent for the price, excellent quality with lots of space for sleeping mats but also a general area in the middle. Pretty quick to go up once you're used to assembling - goes down easily too.
Recommend both the tent but also the fantastic Snowy's customer service/quick shipping.

- NSW
Mar 26 2017

Tore first go

Unfortunately my tent has torn first use which is very disappointing. I haven't tried to return it yet, but since I was asked for a review....

- Tasmania
Response from Snowys Mar 28 2017

Oh no! I'm sorry to hear that Rich. When you have a sec, please shoot us an email (service@snowys.com.au) with a few more details and a couple of photos of the tear and we'll get back to you right away with the best gameplan for your return. Laine :)

Mar 21 2017

Brilliant

We have two young children, of which this tent is perfect for. The additional room for storage and changing is awesome!
We had rain one night, of which we stayed dry and warm....can't recommend this tent highly enough.

- Tas
Feb 04 2017

Perfect family tent

First time family camping - 2 adults, 2 kids. Away for three week, but moving all the time - some places we only stayed 1 night. We fell in love with the tent on our holiday - heaps of room, solid, easy to put up and down, love the wheely bag.

- Auckland, NZ
Jan 26 2017

Debut at robe

Had 10 days camping in Robe, one of these days was a massive downpour with decent winds and the tent held up great.

- Albert Park
Jan 26 2017

Great tent

We have never camped before but bought this tent and used it for the first time earlier this week with our 3 boys and are very happy with our purchase. Easy to put up and lots of room inside - we really like the 3 rooms. It was a very windy night on our first night but the tent survived just fine. The only thing I would say about the fly is that it would be great if it had ventilation openings on the front windows as well as the side windows. Great service st Snowys, the man who served is was very knowledgable. We bought it in the Boxing Day sale and our only complaint would be that the price was reduced further only a few weeks later!!

- Adelaide
Jan 20 2017

A rock solid gem

Took this tent camping in 2015 with my 14 year old son and I to Fingal Bay. Hubby couldn't come with us, but we were able to put the tent up easily by ourselves. Storm number 1 hit within 5 mins of set up, but we were warm and dry in the tent. Next night, terrifyingly, we had another torrential downpour and wind gusts up to 60-80 km per hour that severely buffeted our tent around. Thought we would get blown away for sure - it was a pretty awful night. We had no tarp, - but just the fly to protect us. Next day- all the campers and caravans had ripped awnings. leaks and damage and I was proud to say that this remarkable tent held true- not a rip or tear and we were warm and dry. I was pretty amazed to say the least..we still have the tent and take it camping every year to Culburra Beach or 12 nights- it's a great feeling knowing it can withstand major storms. Not only that but the ventilation system in the tent keeps it warm in winter and cool ins summer- don't know how,- but it just does. You don't wake in a stuffy tent. Love this tent.

- padstow
Sep 26 2016

Fantastic

This tent is fantastic. Very spacious. Great quality and also very easy to set up. 100% happy with my purchase. And also snowys were very helpful. Will definatly buy from them again

- Western Suburbs, Victoria
Sep 22 2016

30 days

Sales, price and delivery all no hassles. Mind boggling confusion at first at how to set up but 'read the instructions'. A colour photo of the assembled tent would be helpful. Not real sure how to properly peg the fly down to maximise ventilation while preserving weatherproofing or how to put the awning up. Doesn't seem to be any ropes to guy the awning poles. Biggest disappointments - one of the seams let go during assembly without over stressing. 100mm tear. Will test warranty claims.

- Millmerran, QLD
Response from Snowys Sep 22 2016

G'day John, I'm sorry to hear one of the seams gave way during setup. Bit unusual for the Chalet 9 - usually fairly bomb-proof. If you have a second, could you please send us an email (service@snowys.com.au) with a couple of photos of the tear? We'd really like to get onto the case right away. Thanks, Laine :)

Aug 08 2016

Excellent Family Trent

This is an awesome tent for our family of 4. Heaps of room, great ventilation in summer, not too cold in winter (as we just found out), also has no trouble in wind or rain. Setup and pack up also very easy for two people.

- ROSTREVOR, SA
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differenece between 420D polyoxford vs Polyethylene1 answer

I am comparing the Coleman Chalet vs Coleman instant up gold 10p I see the waterproof rating is the same with these 2 tents. I prefer the traditional tent vs the instant up tents. I feel the Chalet would be more equipped to manage high winds than the instant tents range. Which of these 2 tents have higher water rating for the floor materials? thank you for answering my question.

- Albion Park(1 month ago)

G'day Darren,

Unfortunately, there is no waterhead rating provided for either these polyoxford or polyethylene floors. However, feedback has told us that both provide an incredible barrier against water. In all honesty, I don't think you could go wrong with either on floor materials with these two tents.

You're spot on in terms of wind, in that the Chalet 9 CV will provide greater structural support due to its design, however again, the Instant Up range has proven (when set up with guy ropes) to be a very durable tent through weather conditions. The obvious upside to the Instant Up is the setup time and the time you save.

- Snowys(1 month ago)

Extras1 answer

Hi, I was wondering if you also sell the added on vestibule? As in the Chalet 9 CV Plus. If so how much is it? Thank you.

- Seven Hills(4 months ago)

G'day Lisa, 

The Chalet 9 CV Plus model was discontinued a while ago, and as far as I can find out from the supplier, the vestibule is not available as a separate item to purchase.

- Snowys(4 months ago)

Led light1 answer

Hi, I also had a look at the colemans site at this tent and they list a permanently attached led light on the chalet tent. I was wondering where this is and how it is permanently attached? Or do you have a version of this tent that doesn't have one, as my friend has this tent and it doesn't have a light. Thanks

- Sydney(10 months ago)

Hi Liz. Thanks for your question. The Chalet 9 CV Family Dome Tent has a small LED light on a lanyard which is placed just inside the door with the function to allow you to find your way inside the tent when it is dark. It isn't really designed as a light that will illuminate your tent at night time, however there are tent lights on the market that can do this for you, or you could simply use a lantern to do the same thing. Companion LED Utility Tent Light would be a good option or the Companion Tent Fan with LED Light for the warmer months of the year.

- Snowys(10 months ago)

Which tent has more room this onenor the instant stand up 10 person1 answer

- ROCKHAMPTON, QLD(12 months ago)

Hi Robbie, with both models just keep in mind that the recommended amount of people is more of a guide. While a tent may be able to fit 10 people, it’s likely to be more comfortable with a few less than that. The layout of the Chalet 9 will probably feel more spacious and livable inside as it has three areas that can be sectioned off, whereas there is only one divider inside the Instant Up 10. Keep in mind that the setup of these tents are vastly different - so while space and comfort is important, the Instant Up tent will be a quick set up while the Chalet 9 will take you a longer amount of time.

- Snowys(12 months ago)

Is this a instant pop up tent 1 answer

- ROCKHAMPTON, QLD(12 months ago)

G’day Robbie, the Coleman Chalet 9 CV Family Dome Tent is not an instant pop up tent, it’s got a fairly traditional frame so you will need to spend more time on pitching this tent in comparison to the Instant Up range. But the Chalet 9 will perform slightly better in windy conditions so it’s a trade-off between speed of set up and performance in windier weather.

- Snowys(12 months ago)

Does the inner-tent have 'solid' (eg vinyl, windproof) covers for all meshed areas?1 answer

So that all windows, and ventilation areas can be sealed in windy weather. Also, the picture suggests the inner doors are solid at the bottom and mesh at the top, is this correct, or is privacy between rooms possible?

- TRINITY GARDENS, SA(1 year ago)

Hi Susie, the tent has waterproof polyester flaps that go over the mesh windows. The skylights can also be zipped up to prevent wind and rain coming in. Privacy is indeed possible as the mesh panel at the top of the doors can be zipped up.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

How many pockets does it have inside?1 answer

- Melbourne (1 year ago)
Hi Andrew, there's a pocket in each end room. The pockets are divided into sections - some long and skinny, which would be perfect for storing torches, and some smaller which would be good for the phone or keys. All up there are 9 sections in each pocket.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Shading and light1 answer

I have small children who nap and are sensitive to light (wake up as soon as they see sunlight). I'm wondering how dark the tent is or if there is an accessorie I can purchase that we can drape etc to make the children's room darker?

- FAIRFIELD, NSW(1 year ago)
There are no 'off-the-shelf' solutions to your query Marta, you could lay an extra layer of fabric such as an old bedsheet between the fly and inner tent to block out more light. The tent itself is reasonably dark, but nowhere near as dark as a room in a house with blockout curtains. Canvas tents block more light, but these are bulkier to handle and come at extra cost. Give us a call if you would like to discuss the best solution for you, 1300 914 007.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

How long does it take to set this tent up?1 answer

Is it a great deal harder than the easy up range? I'm wanting best value for money and not to complicated for set up

- MILTON, QLD(1 year ago)
Hi Nat, this tent isn't difficult to pitch, it just takes longer than the Instant Up range. You certainly get more tent for your dollar when you purchase a traditional framed tent with flexible fibreglass poles rather than the instant up frames. They tend to perform better in wind and are easier to repair given they don't need specific brackets or steel pole parts. It is always a trade off, but if you want the best tent space for your dollar, the Chalet 9 is a good choice.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Replacement parts1 answer

Hello! Just wondering about buying this tent. We are in Melbourne. In the hopefully unlikely event that something breaks how do we go with replacement parts or warranty issues? Also - just wondering how easy it is to get the tent back into the bag?

- FRANKSTON SOUTH, VIC(1 year ago)
Coleman warrants this tent for 3 years (materials & workmanship) however they also offer some spare parts should you require: http://colemanaustralia.com.au/Parts/GoldSeries/gold-series/1217814/chalet-9-cv-tent In terms of warranty claims, generally you can take your item with proof of purchase to most major retailers who stock the brand to have it processed. To get the tent back in the bag, folding rather than scrunching generally ensures an easier fit. Hope this helps.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

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