[Review & SALE]: Coleman WeatherMaster 6 Tent

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Coleman-WeatherMaster-6-Review-Image-1When a manufacturer uses a term like “weathermaster” in the name of a tent, it means the tent should be able to withstand all the elements.

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Here’s a summary of what people who bought the Coleman WeatherMaster Screened 6 tent had to say about it.

The tent is quite heavy, weighing in at a hefty 36lbs, but this also indicates a quite solid construction, something that is vital if the tent is to hold up in the most extreme conditions. Because of its weight, it is really only transportable by motor, and it is not likely to be popular with hikers.

Putting the tent up is straightforward, even though this tent is quite large. It will take the average individual about half an hour to erect it. You will need a second pair of hands to put the rain fly over the roof. Once erected, the tent is spacious, and is high enough for the majority of people to be able to stand upright. There are lots of flaps on the tent that let in plenty of light and ventilate the tent.

The tent is in three sections. At the front there is a porch area that is screened off. This is a popular feature with lots of reviewers who said that this was a perfect area for eating in, or as a play space for children, because the screen keeps the bugs at bay. The rear section is normally the bedroom, with space for a queen-sized mattress, and the middle section is usually used as a day room, but could be used as a second bedroom.
Coleman-WeatherMaster-6-Review-Image-2With regard to the weather, it appears that the Coleman WeatherMaster Screened 6 tent lives up to its name. Several reviewers have attested to its ability to remain watertight even during prolonged spells of heavy rain.


The tent is really too heavy for anybody who might want to take it on a hiking trip. Carrying 36lbs around would be very tiring, and something only people in peak fitness could really manage. Even though the tent is excellent for withstanding rain and wind, it does tend to lose heat quickly once the sun goes down, so it’s really only useable in spring and summer.


The Coleman WeatherMaster Screened 6 tent is solid and rugged, and is a great choice for windy or rainy conditions. It is very spacious, and high enough for most people to stand in. The screened porch is a very popular feature. It is also light and airy. It is probably not a good choice for camping in very cold weather, but perfect when temperatures are mild or warm.


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