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Instant Up Gold 6P Tent

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A no fuss reliable camping shelter for small groups, the Coleman Instant Up Gold 6P tent utilises the frame from the ever popular Coleman Instant Up series combined with the trusted fabrics from the Coleman Gold Series to create an optimal balance between functionality and strength.

Create a family friendly campsite fast with the integrated quick set up frame combined with a front, and a detachable side awning. Floor level vents and windows throughout feature ultra-fine mesh for enhanced ventilation and internally adjustable window screens provide privacy and warmth.

Resilience is delivered with a heavy duty Poly-Oxford PVC floor, while an internal storage hammock and pockets, power cord facilities and a convenient welcome mat help to create an organised and comfortable campsite.

  • Fits 2 queen airbeds
  • Quick pitch frame under 2 minutes
  • Detachable side awning attaches either side
  • Privacy screens inside windows
  • Floor level vents with flaps
  • Includes 5 x awning poles, pegs and heavy duty carry bag
Snowys Code:
44752
Supplier Code:
1389689
Season:
2-3
Sleeping Capacity:
6 Person
Recommended Capacity:
4 Person
External Dimensions:
360L x 270W cm
Sleeping Area:
310L x 260W cm
Packed Dimensions:
134L x 24W x 24H cm
Max. Head Height:
190 cm
Material:
75D 185D Ripstop Polyester
Inner Material:
Polyester
Floor Material:
420D Polyoxford PVC
Frame Material:
Steel
Waterproof:
3000mm
Weight:
16 Kg
Warranty:
2 Year
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Nov 17 2016

They thought of everything.

This arrived very promptly and was very reasonably priced too. Setting up is easy, even for one person. The pegs could have been a bit longer and stronger, they bend if you are not careful and pull out on a windy day. Overall a very good experience. Thank you. Jo

- Leongatha
May 20 2016

Easy to set up

Easy to setup. Good quality, worth it to upgrade to Gold model. In stock and arrived really quickly. Salespeople knowledgeable and pleasant.

- MOUNT BEAUTY, VIC
Apr 30 2016

Coleman instant up gold 6 person

Thanks Erin for a speedy delivery and inexpensive to boot. I recommend you guys. You are my new go to store for camping. Thank you ...Jackson

- Macleay valley
Apr 17 2016

Best Tent ever

was very easy to set up and stopped all arguments with the hubby! It rained the first night and we were dry as a bone.

- MILLMERRAN, QLD
Mar 15 2016

Great quality.

This is a great tent for the price. Quick to pitch, durable floor, detachable side awning that can be used on either side and entrance mats. A lot more durable than the original version too. Very happy with ours.

- ALDINGA BEACH, SA
Mar 06 2016

Deluxe!!

Awesome tent, fast easy setup

- North Beach
Jan 02 2016

Easy!

Easy up, easy down. Lots of nice features.

- NORTH PERTH, WA

internal measurements1 answers

I am confused with internal size of this tent.diagram shows 270x270. in previous ? you answer 3.3 x 2.7 could you please advise whuch is correct. thank you peter

- rainbow beach qld(4 weeks ago)

Hi Peter, we recently re-measured the internal dimensions on this tent and found we had some incorrect information, so the sleeping area is actually 310 x 250cm as you'll see listed in the specs. It looks like we forgot to edit the floor plan though so thanks for pointing that out, we'll get that fixed up :) Sorry for the confusion.

- Snowys(4 weeks ago)

How easy for 1 person?1 answers

Hi All the videos show 2 people putting these easy to erect tents up. Can 1 person do it easily? Im female and travel solo. Thanks

- Muswellbrook (4 weeks ago)

Well... anythings possible Lorree, but it will certainly be easier with two people, especially if conditions are windy. 

It will take a little longer and more consideration will need to be taken to ensure wind cannot pick the tent up as you walk from one side to another. You may find yourself doing a few laps as you place pegs ont he first lap, then extend all the legs on the next lap, then do another lap to make adjustments.

You would aslo want to throw the fly over the top before you extend the legs, it would be difficult for one person to get the fly over the top of the tent at full height.

I hope this helps.

- Snowys(4 weeks ago)

About the door/s1 answers

why is it that I've looked at it on the Coleman website and it says it has a front door and a back door?

- MELBOURNE, VIC(3 months ago)

Hi Dee, I’ve just had a look at the Instant Up Gold Series 6P product page on the Coleman website and I can’t find the details that you found. I’ve just read through the supplier’s catalogue again to double check for you, and it also says there is just one door on the inner tent of the Instant Up Gold 6P. There are two doors on the Instant Up Gold 10P which is the bigger model so perhaps that is why there is a little bit of confusion.

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Does this tent have two doors?1 answers

- MELBOURNE, VIC(3 months ago)

Hi Dee, the Coleman Instant Up 6P has just one door - the fourth image linked on the product page will give you a good idea of what the other side of the tent looks like if that helps.

- Snowys(3 months ago)

How would you rate this tent for use in the Kimberley ? 1 answers

During the wet season, not so much for the rain, but ventilation would it be to hot for sleeping in?

- BROOME, WA(3 months ago)

Hi Jan, this tent would be as good as any other instant-up tent in our range in regards to ventilation, with large windows and also floor level vents. Some of our range of traditional dome style tents may provide superior ventilation however, if this was the main feature you we're looking for! If you would like us to run through some options with you, please give us a buzz on 1300 914 007.

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Pole set-up compared to Instant Tourer1 answers

Hello, I recently bought a 6P Instant touring tent and was a bit rough with the poles while setting up for the first time in the bush which lead to twisting the poles and bits turning the wrong way. Does this gold model have a better set up for the poles - if I buy again I will practice more and take more care... Thanks

- Perth WA(3 months ago)

G'day Nathan, sorry to hear you have had some troubles with your tent! The frame and set up on the Gold model tents are identical to the Silver series Coleman tents. The benefits of the Gold model tents are in the materials and features - A higher waterproofing rating, heavier duty materials etc. Spare poles are available for most Coleman Instant tents, so its quite possible your tent could be repaired quite easily! If you would like to get your hands on some spare parts, please give us a buzz on 1300 914 007 and we should be able to help out!

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Front awning1 answers

Hi Can the front awning be enclosed at all, as with side walls? I have a gazebo at the moment, which I use at dog trials, other people usually sit with me, and if the weather is not so good, i.e rain or sun, could the front awning be used for shelter against this, without having to move into the interior of the tent?

- HOLBROOK, NSW(4 months ago)

G’day Sharon, I’ve double checked for you on our display model and the awning of the Instant Up Gold Tent does not have side walls, as it zips out from the fly. You will only have full rain protection when the fly is completely enclosed and you’re inside the tent. You may want to look into a solid wall for your gazebo, as that may give you the weather protection that you’re after.

- Snowys(4 months ago)

using tent without a fly. 1 answers

Sorry, mi meant ask if you use the tent in a light shower without the fly on, would it be waterproof at all? Or does it need the fly all the time?

- MALVERN, VIC(5 months ago)
Hi Adam, to follow up from Paul’s answer - the main body of the tent is made from non-waterproof nylon, and the doors and windows are made from mesh. These materials may keep out a light shower for a short period of time, but eventually water will soak through. We always recommend that you set up the fly with the tent to protect it from wind or rain, and to keep it stable in general. Thanks, Emily.
- Snowys(5 months ago)

Can the tent be used without the fly in the rain? How heavy?1 answers

- MALVERN, VIC(5 months ago)
G'day Adam - I am not sure if I understand your question completely. Yes, the tent can be used without the fly in the rain but you'll get wet. And how heavy is what exactly - just the fly? Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(5 months ago)

What is the difference between the Gold series and the normal series? 1 answers

Hi, I'm currently looking at getting the Coleman Instant Up 6P Tent. Can you please advise the difference between the Gold series and the normal series?

- Sydney(7 months ago)
G'day Albert - The Instant Up Gold 6P has many advantages over the standard Instant Up 6P. They are: a better waterhead rating - it's more waterproof; an extended warranty - 2 years rather than 1 year; heavier duty materials; and a side awning and welcome mat. Should you spend the extra cash? If you're going to use the tent regularly, at different times of the year in different conditions, and want it to last, then go the Gold. Hope that helps. Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(7 months ago)

Can mesh sides and front be added to the canopy?1 answers

We would like a meshed section in addition to main compartment. If not, what tent is recommended in similar size that gives the extra mesh compartment?

- PORT MACQUARIE, NSW(8 months ago)
There are no front and side wall, or additional mesh room accessories for the Instant Up range sorry Wayne. Check out the Coleman Instant Cabin Gold 8P as an alternative, the frame is slightly different but it offers an enclosed main compartment with an attached mesh vestibule.
- Snowys(8 months ago)

Does this come with a fly?1 answers

- BRISBANE CITY, QLD(8 months ago)
Sure does Tee, it's ready to go right out of the box; pegs, poles, flysheet and an extra awning that can be attached to either side of the tent.
- Snowys(8 months ago)

Hi, can you please advise the size of the floor space (internal) and the overall footprint (external. Thanks1 answers

Also, I have been advised the frame system is identical to the non gold series. There is quite a few comments about it being weak and not withstand frequent use and moderate to heavy wind. Seeing there is no online manual available can you please give me your opinion on the above and also any comments in regards to wind in the Coleman manual. My other options I'm considering are the oztrail tourer canvas tents, the blackwolf turbo FS and the new oztrail swift series. Thanks

- THOMASTOWN, VIC(9 months ago)
Hi Tony, firstly to your concerns about the frame, it is identical to the non-gold series and from our experience with proper care and consideration you shouldn't have any problems. As for wind, Coleman have tested these under their "Weathertec" system to 100 kph, but I wouldn't recommend extended use under these conditions. If by Oztrail Tourer you are referring to the Fast Frame series, then these are not canvas and are of similar synthetic construction and durability to the Coleman Instant Up and Oztrail Swift Pitch ranges. The Black Wolf Turbo no longer come as an 'FS' version, instead all are now equipped with a 3 pole awning, this range is the most durable with regards to both the frame and fabric of the tents you are considering. Internal floor space is about 3.3 m x 2.7 m, the fly adds about 10 cm to the external dimensions along the sides, and the vestibule comes out about 70 cm from the end. Also have a look at the previous question for a guide on the space required for the tent pitched with all awnings extended.
- Snowys(9 months ago)

What are the dimensions when popped up? Ie including awnings being up.2 answers

- WATERWAYS, VIC(9 months ago)
Hi Sharon, good question, We will have to do some physical measuring, Coleman don't have those full dimensions available. Once we have measured it out we will let you know tomorrow.
- Snowys(9 months ago)
Hi Sharon, I have some measurements for you, they are as close to accurate as I can get them. Firstly, the slope on the side of the tent takes about 30 cm off the length of the awning at ground level. The main awning over the doorway at 200 cm adds an extra 170cm to the length. The window awnings at the sides measure 90cm resulting in an extra 60cm on each side. Lastly the detachable awning measures 190cm, so will add an extra 160cm to either side you put it on. I hope this makes sense, please give me a call if you need clarification.
- Snowys(9 months ago)

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