About GigaTent Dual Identity Screen House and Shelter

The Dual Identity is actually 3 shelters in one When you need shade set up the gazebo and when the bugs are harassing you attach the screen to the inside of the frame The Dual Identity is the ONLY product where the screen can also be used by itself for 360 degree views Versatility is the biggest plus to this shelter Free standing and easy to assemble as well as a large amount of interior space sets this shelter apart from others in its class 2 large doors make entry simple The Dual Identity is large enough for several chairs or a picnic table A large duffle style carry bag, stake and pole bags are as well asextra stakes and guy lines for windy conditions

GigaTent Dual Identity Screen House and Shelter Specifications

Packaged Weight
37 lbs
Packed Size
32" x 11"
Tent Area
100 sq ft
Dimensions
10' x 10'
Interior Height
80" <br> Eave Height: 69"
Number of Doors
2
Pole Type
Cable coded steel
Tent Canopy Material
190T polyester taffeta 900mm coating
Netting Material
Polyester mosquito mesh
Available in the Following Sizes:
10 x 10 ft., 12 x 12 ft.

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GigaTent Dual Identity Screen House and Shelter
 
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3.0

Overall decent screen tent

By EnterAsparagus

from Hillsboro, WI

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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Pros

  • Easy To Set Up
  • Lightweight

Cons

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      Comments about GigaTent Dual Identity Screen House and Shelter:

      As with many tenting products I've used, the skeleton seemed a bit flimsy until the guy lines were placed and the screen hooked on. I recommend tying the guy lines to the frame rather than the slip cover as recommended in the instructions. Once everything was in place and balanced, the tent did well. I left it up for nearly a week, but it wasn't exposed to extreme wind or rain, so I can't speak to those.

      I love that I can leave the cover off and have the sun come in the top.

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      5.0

      This is wonderful!

      By tadebuhr

      from Springfield, MO

      About Me Casual Adventurer

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      Pros

      • Easy To Set Up
      • Lightweight
      • Sturdy

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          Comments about GigaTent Dual Identity Screen House and Shelter:

          I set this shelter up myself in the backyard before taking it camping the first time-very easy. Once you get the gable/center bars (these are labeled)clicked together throw the rain cover over it before putting the legs on b/c it is so tall. Two people putting this up can knock it out in less than five minutes. The stability is up to you, however tight you put the stakes. Haven't had any rain experiences to share but the dew stays on the rain cover through the night. This is one of my first large camping purchases but it is my absolute favorite!
          I have just purchased two ThermaRest camp mats! Can't wait to write another great review!

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          Shopper  What is the center height, please?
          Zack W  The peak height is 80". Enjoy it! Zack.
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