Coleman All-Night Instant Canopy w/LED Lighting System - 10' x 10'

Coleman All-Night Instant Canopy w/LED Lighting System - 10' x 10'
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All-Night Instant Canopy with LED Lighting System - 10' x 10'

The Coleman Instant Canopy is ideal for camping, sporting events, outdoor parties, garage sales and more. It's Coleman's easiest canopy -- just 3 steps to set it up, and you'll be ready to go in 3 minutes or less. The Canopy offers 10' x 10' of shade, with a center height of 9' 4". It features an integrated lighting system, with four ultra-bright LED light fixtures at the top of the shelter, with a convenient dimmer switch so you can control the lighting, from low-light ambience all the way up to bright task lighting. The 28mm steel frame is sturdy and reliable, while the Coleman Comfort Grips protect your fingers from pinching and make setup and takedown quick and easy.

  • Innovative lighted canopy with easy 3-step, 3-minute setup process
  • 4 built-in ultra-bright LED fixtures for full nighttime illumination
  • Dimmer switch adjusts light from low ambience to bright task lighting
  • Operates on 4 D batteries (not included); UVGuard fabric with 50+ UPF rating
  • Measures 10 by 10 feet; center height of 9 feet 4 inches; 1-year warranty
  • Color: Beige
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Coleman All-Night Instant Canopy w/LED Lighting System - 10' x 10' 2000007829 COLEMAN ALL NIGHT 10 X 10 INSTANT SHELTER
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