If you’re a wannabe weekend warrior, the straightforward and easy to set up Quick Dome 4P Tent from Coleman is the perfect shelter to start with.
This tent has been designed with a wide door that makes it easy to access and ensures you can manoeuvre your mats and sleeping gear in and out more freely. It features a unique quick setup system that makes setting up and packing down your campsite simpler and easier. This tent uses Coleman’s WeatherTec system so it comes with welded corners and inverted seams to help prevent water coming into the tent. The frame has also been tested to withstand up to 35 mph winds for your peace of mind. Inside the tent, there is 20% more headspace than that of other traditional dome tents. There are also storage pockets to keep essentials handy, and a gear loft for other bits and bobs you want to keep out of the way.
With enough space for a couple of adventurers, the simple and easy-to-access Coleman Quick Dome 4P Tent is a no-brainer for weekends away.
Fast and easy setup
Frame has been tested to withstand up to 35 mph winds
WeatherTec system has welded corners and inverted seams to help keep water out
Mesh storage pockets and gear loft inside
20% more headspace than traditional dome tents
Wide door to make adding bedding easier
244L x 213W cm
234L x 203W cm
61.5L x 12.5W x 22.5H cm | Expandable Carry Bag
Max. Head Height:
Fly & Tent Body 68D 190T Polyester Taffeta | PU Coated
9.5 & 6.3mm Fibreglass
Fly 600mm | Floor 1500mm
Bed 1 answer
Can you put a queen or dbl air bed I. This
Denise - Goulburn (1 year ago)
You will be able to fit an airbed in this tent however it won't leave much room for anything else. An airbed typically measures 198x152 and the sleeping area of this tent is 234x203 but you'll also need to take into account the taper of the sides of the tent. It might be worth looking at the 6p Quick Dome for that little bit of extra room!
Susie - Snowys(1 year ago)
Pack up size and shape1 answer
Wondering what it looks like packed up and whether it is too wide to fit in a backpack...
Nicki - Brisbane (1 year ago)
You can find the packed dimensions in the specifications section, as well as an image of the packed tent (it's the 5th image). You could probably pop it in a backpack if you were camping a few hundred metres from your campsite, but this isn't a hiking/backpacking tent if that's what you're looking for?