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Construction is easy, you just have to be careful as it is tight but that is necessary for a good fit. Many reviews complain about the zippers but you have to tuck in the light seal in front of the zipper as you move it and it is a good idea to put some dry Teflon spray on the zippers. Negatives: I found several small holes and one large light leak around a zipper due to shoddy sewing. Since my tent is in a cellar with no lights at night this is not vital so I can put up with it. The hanging poles at the top are OK but should have a way to lock in place as moving a pole to adjust a light or filter could very easily push the rod off the supporting rod. Negative: The only Windows are at the bottom it could have had one at 5 feet from the ground to give you a real chance to see the growth without opening the tent. All in all a good beginners tent that can be demoted to raising seedlings next year when I get a bigger one. To measure customer service I will see if they read negatives and respond.
A decent growing tent for the budget not sealed by any means tho the vent cords might keep things out if done right mine had a few holes some Light leaks and a little unstitch but nothing major .it does indeed do a good job of creating a habitat for my indoor garden as far as temperature and humidity. The top bars for the carbon filters and fans have holes like they were made with screws or fasteners in mind but it didnt come with any so they will slide about freely.
It's an affordable grow tent. It's sturdy and relatively easy to put together by yourself. It's got an abundance of options for setting up your gear due to the multiple ports. However, it doesn't do what a grow tent in any price range should do: keep out the light! Massive light leaks developed in the zipper after a short time of use. Not just one or two, but quite possibly a quarter length of the zipper if they were strung together. This was disappointing as I've been having good results with their lights. I'll be looking at other brands the next time I am in the market for a new tent.
The tent was super easy to assemble, I am happy with it. The shipping box doesn’t say what’s in it however it does have 36”x36”x72” on two sides in bold 3 inch numbers. The reason for the 3 star rating is that it was missing one of the “E” bars that span the top. I had to use 1/2” conduit for as a replacement. Not a huge issue but did have to spend $10 at the big box store for the conduit and the time to cut and bend ends for decent fit.
Well it is a nice tent overall. Theres is lots of seam lights leaks So..i had to Seam seal it. VLP and beeswax Made it acceptable then. Its decent. Zipper catches when zipping around a corners. Need to use two hands. Overall probably good considering other tents in the price range.
Overall, it keeps the temps & humidity controlled & contained, kind of like in a clean room. Zippers are good quality,
However, setting it up at first was a pain in a small space. Also, when I reassembled it only the 2nd time setting it up again, I had 2 poles broke on me at the junction where the pole met the corners!! What kind of metal pole breaks that easily??
Where the stitching and zippers are, there are pinholes everywhere. I got a 4x4x6.6 and didn’t notice anything at first, about a month later I started seeing it everywhere. Even some of the thread was already coming off one of the corners of the mat was frayed. It is what it is for the price. But certain hobbies, those pinholes create a huge problem. Which honestly creates one for myself. I will try to fix somehow, But I think I will be doing better research next time and get a different one.