How to setup CAMPROS 8 Person Tent?

CAMPROS 8 person camping tent comes with a smooth zipper bag and well-made color coded poles. No particular skills needed, 2 people could set up the tent easily in 10 min. The carry bag is 24.6 x 8.26 x 8.26 inches big as a sleeping bag. You could restore the tent in the carry bag easily.

Check the integrity of the tent and accessories

  1. A Top pole ( Black ) x 1
  2. B Body pole ( Match the tent color:Red/Green/Blue ) x 2
  3. C Side pole ( Grey ) x 2
  4. D Additional pole ( Black ) x1
  5. E Rain-fly x 1
  6. F Carry bag x 1
  7. G Curtain x 1
  8. H Stake x 14

Start to build

It's better to buy a footprint to protect tent floor mat when setting up your tent. A good-quality plastic or vinyl tarp should accompany any tent.

Step 1:

  1. Empty the bag and confirm all parts are included and undamaged. Do this at home before leaving on the trip.
  2. Lay out the body of the tent on the ground without rocks or stick, not under trees. Place the tent door facing your desire direction.

Step 2:

  1. Assemble the tent poles.
  2. Put the tent poles to the body of the tent through the sleeves. Match the poles in color. The top pole is black. The body poles' color match the tent's color. The side poles are white.
  3. Connect poles to the tent with the pins of the grommets.
  4. Clip on the tent body.

Step 3:

  1. Put the rain fly on top of the tent. Make sure the door side matches your tent.
  2. Link the S-hooks at the end of the rain-fly with the grommets.
  3. Put the additional pole to expend the tent.
  4. Stake the tent.

Step 4:

  1. Stake the guy lines with the loops.
  2. Adjust the sliders to make sure the guy lines are tight.
  3. The curtain provides an extra privacy room in the tent. Attach the curtain's plastic toggles to the loop inside the tent.

You can also check the video on youtubeCAMPROS 8 Person Tent Setup Video

 

How to Maintain the tent?

Using Tips:

  • It's better not to wear shoes inside your tent.
  • Use a small rug or mat to wipe off mud and catch sand.
  • Keep away from the camp fire.
  • Avoid contact with sharp objects.
  • Stay try, clean and store it in a cool area.
  • Avoid long term sunlight.

 

Tents are designed to stand up to the tough weathers, but they need proper preservation and handling if you want them to last more than a season or two.