There’s no excuse to stay indoors on your devices over a long weekend, when you can set up your outdoor sleeping quarters in under 2 minutes. With the latest Instant Up Silver range from Coleman, all you have to do is lay the tent down, spread the fabric out and extend the poles until they lock into place. Simply throw the waterproof fly over the tent and you’re ready to start settling in for a peaceful and dry night's sleep.
Three large mesh windows with roll up flaps keep the tent cool during the day, and maintain a steady flow of air at night. The Instant Up has a roomy interior with headspace for even the tallest user, which leaves plenty of room to stand up in and enough floor space to fit a queen air bed.
For a trouble-free set up on your next weekend away, you can’t go past a simple shelter like the Coleman Instant Up.
Have not used the tent yet, but we put it up on our decking to try it out. Easy to set up and easy to take down. We thought we'd never get it back in the bag, but we did, no probs... Looking forward to using it outside... in a few months though, as we are in the tropics and its NOT tent weather yet....
Very easy to use. I never used a tent before , this is my first tent.
As long time campers and bushwalkers we decided in our old age, we needed a tent we could stand up in. We are very impressed with this tent and hope to get out with it more now we are no longer able to packwalk.
Strong fabric, ridiculously easy to set up which is worth the extra weight and size when packed up. Folding out the knuckles is disconcerting (at first it seems like you are breaking it). Not having to thread tent poles thru sleeves is awesome. Cannot fault the price and service from Snowys, just brilliant.
Easy Peasy to erect :)) we camped out lately on the banks of the Hume, (maiden voyage for the instant up 4) it was quite wild and windy that night. It handled a rather a large storm. Not a drip anywhere and although the people camped nearby had to pack up due to a broken pole, we just battened down. :)) We were very impressed..
This is my first 4 man tent so I'm not sure whether the packed up size is normal or not (seems a little long and heavy to me) but if the reason for that is that the poles are built in then I'll accept it as it's so easy to put up. around 2-3 mins is right. Zips are great, size is terrific and entry is easy. The number of hooks and storage pockets inside are terrific as are the windows.
Hi, it seems that every time my family and I go camping, the sun goes camping too and we are left with rain, rain and more rain, one could even include high winds. We have had poles break, water seep up through the floor along with rips in the walls. Would this tent be suitable or is it more for nicer camping weather? Thanks.
I'm sorry to hear that you've had a few mishaps with your tents in the past, but it's good to hear you're willing to give camping another go!
The Instant Up Silver 4P will perform slightly better than the average family dome tent, and it has a few features that help to combat bad weather conditions such as a waterhead rating of 1500mm, Polyethelene floor, and a sturdy steel frame.
I would say though, that if you are worried about wet and windy conditions, the Instant Up Gold range has slightly heavier duty features which include a higher waterhead rating at 3000mm, and a stronger PVC floor so that may be a good option for you.
If you're still feeling unsure about what tent is best for your family, feel free to give us a call on 1300 914 007 and one of our customer service staff will be happy to talk you through the range.
Is the inside roof of the tent a thin mesh?
I've just had a look at our display model, and the inner tent's roof is made from 150 denier polyester. There are mesh panels on the doors and windows, but they can be closed off with solid panels if need be.
Is the sale for the 2017 model?
I've just double checked in our system, and I can confirm that the Instant Up models that we are selling are definitely the 2017 models from Coleman.
Hi there. Just confirming that the 2016 model has a polyester roof panel instead of mesh as in the previous model? Thanks.
I've just confirmed on our display model that the Coleman Instant Up tents have a polyester inner (including roof) and fly. There are mesh windows and doors but they can be closed off as there are solid zippered doors on each opening.
Is this the 2016-17 model?
G’day Cloe, the Instant Up 4P is indeed the 2016 model from Coleman’s range. Coleman don’t usually update their Instant Ups annually, so this one should stay the latest version for the near future.
Hi, could you please advise the width of the front of the awning (pole to pole) and the length of the awning from the pole back to the tent ? Does the awning have any side walls available ? Does the front opening have a zip up door to close up the tent with the awning still up ?
Hi Simon, we don’t have an Instant Up 4P up currently, but we plan to do so today so I will get back to you as soon as possible about your first two questions. In answer to your other questions, the awning has no side walls. The inner tent has both a mesh and solid door that zip up completely so when the awning is up you can still have privacy and light rain protection. As the awning is part of the fly you can’t have the fly zipped up when the awning is extended.
G’day Simon, the tent is now up on the floor so I’ve been able to get those measurements for you. The width of the awning from pole to pole is 1.3m, and the length from the extended awning to the back of the tent is 4.2 metres (the tent measures 2.4m and the extended awning is 1.8m). Thanks so much for bearing with us while we got the answer for you!
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