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Product Highlights:

  • Two-pole rectangular dome structure
  • 8.5 mm./7.9 mm. fiberglass frame
  • Elevated bathtub floor
  • Mesh side panels and full mesh roof
  • Side-opening door with half-window

About Eureka Tetragon 3, Three-Person Tent

Eureka Tetragon 3, Three-Person Tent
The sleek and innovative shape - described as a "modified rectangular dome" the Eureka Tetragon 3, Three-Person Tent hosts an amazing array of features. It has elevated bathtub floor that keeps seams high above the ground for water resistance. It has Stash pockets and interior storage pockets that keep items handy, yet out of the way. It also has Light, fiberglass poles with clips, sleeves and ring-and-pin assembly for easy setup. The Tetragon 3-person tent has a mesh roof and side panels for air circulation, a gear loft with two interior storage pockets and one door with two windows. The Eureka Tetragon 3, Three-Person Tent provides quick and easy, no-hassle setup for on-the-go weekend campouts.

Eureka Tetragon 3, Three-Person Tent Features

  • Two-pole rectangular dome structure
  • 8.5 mm./7.9 mm. fiberglass frame
  • Elevated bathtub floor
  • Mesh side panels and full mesh roof
  • Side-opening door with half-window
  • Back window
  • Gear loft
  • Two interior storage pockets
  • Two fly rods over fly for enhanced rain protection and stability
  • Floor area: 49 square feet
  • Floor size: 7 ft. X 7 ft.
  • Sleeps up to three people
  • Center height 4 feet 4 inches
  • Minimum weight 6 lbs. 7 oz.

Eureka Tetragon 3, Three-Person Tent Specifications

Capacity
3 People
Season
3
Floor Length Size
7'
Floor Width Size
7'
Packed Length Size
5"
Packed Diameter Size
21"
Interior Height
4' 4"
Minimum Weight
6 lbs 7 oz
Tent Area
49 sq ft
Frame Size
0.33"
Frame Material
Fiberglass
Mesh Roof
Ring and Pin
Doors
1
Windows
2
Gear Loft
1
Gear Loft Loops
4
Flashlight Loop
1
Storage Pockets
2
Wall Material
75D 185T Polyester Taffeta, 31.49" Coated
Fly Material
75D 185T Polyester Taffeta, 31.49"
Floor Material
75D 185T Polyester Taffeta, 31.49"
Mesh Material
50D Polyester no-see-um
Recommended Use
Camping

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4.0

eureka tetragon 3 was a grreat buy

By orange juice guy

from wichita kansas

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Fly Works Well
  • Held up well during storm
  • Lots of room and comfort
  • Setup was easy
  • Waterproof
  • Windproof

Cons

  • Larger storage bag
  • Slight leak in 2 corners
  • Slight seam tear

Best Uses

  • Backyard
  • Car Camping

Comments about Eureka Tundraline 3 Expedition Tent:

I would suggest a stonger flooring to prevent tears in rough terrain.

  • What Is Your Gear Style:
  • Comfort Driven
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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2.0

Not self supporting in sand

By None

from Chicago, Illinois

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

    Cons

    • Collapses in Wind
    • Difficult setup in sand
    • Not self supporting

    Best Uses

      Comments about Eureka Tundraline 3 Expedition Tent:

      Needs an additional pole to lock the two ends

      • What Is Your Gear Style:
      • Comfort Driven

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      Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
      MARK M  I chose the Tundraline for Boundry Waters canoe trips, although it is heavy, it packs very compactly in a compression sack. It is absolutely bombproof.... high winds, heavy rain....no problem. The design allows for a dry interior set-up even in pouring rain. It is roomy enough for 2 adults, 1 teenager and 2 German Shorthaired canoe dogs. Plus, it has 2 very large, dry vestibules....the Toyota Landcruiser of canoe tents!
      Doug E  Hi, 1st: was this the"Tunderline" tent? Just changed names? 2nd: Is it self standing??
      MILTON S  Don't know about the name but it has two ^ frame style poles on either end and the tent must be staked into the ground to stand (I carry 24 stakes for this tent, couple for extra.) If it's not staked it won't stay up. Learning to stake it just right to get it taught is a little tricky at first but is simple enough. You just have to remember to stake one front side in first then pull the tent up and stake the other side. Personal note: If it's for backpacking it's 12lbs packed which is a lot but if you aren't worried about the weight I would definitely recommend it. My fiance and I have used this tent (along with my 60lb black lab) in some of the worst weather we've ever camped in since we got it and it's rock solid. It's been through freezing temperatures and terrible rain/thunder/lighting storms and we stayed warm in the first and in the ladder we stayed completely dry. One time camping we were the only ones out of a group of five different tents to stay dry and warm in what I would describe as a monsoon. One of the other tents actually collapsed and was destroyed in the storm. I will warn you though it will get hot in the summer but if you leave all the screens open it's okay especially at night. Don't plan on being in the tent long during the day if it's above 70 degrees F or you'll roast. Only down side other then the weight for backpacking.
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