Instant Pop Up Tent for 2 Person by Vitchelo

This is a very well made pop up tent that is super easy to set up and a little more challenging to put away. To set up the tent, unzip the cover it is in and remove the tent. Right now the tent is held flat because of the elastic cord that holds it together. Remove the tent pegs and set them aside. Take your tent outside (you can also open your tent inside but make sure you have plenty of room and it isn’t going to bump into anything), and simply slide the elastic cord off the circle and give the tent a wee toss in the air. When it comes down, it will be set up! Ta da! It doesn’t get any easier than that.

Finish setting up your tent my using the stakes. When you push the stakes into the ground, slant them away from the tent so it will hold the tent down, especially in a windy situation.

When it is time to take down your tent, pull up the stakes and set them aside. Then watch this video on how to take your tent down. It is going to take you a couple of times to figure it out, but when you do, it will be easy sailing from there.

This tent is a lot of fun. You can set it up in the backyard for the kids to play in, use it on your camping trips or even to change in at the beach for the day. It is also fun to set up inside the house for the kids to have their own “room” when they come visiting grandma or if they want a neat playroom for the day.

The tent folds down flat so it takes very little room to store. It is well made from quality fabric so will last a long time with the proper care.

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