Coleman Tenaya Lake Lighted Fast Pitch 8-Person Cabin w/Closet

Coleman Tenaya Lake Lighted Fast Pitch 8-Person Cabin w/Closet
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Tenaya Lake™ Lighted Fast Pitch™ 8-Person Cabin w/Closet

  • Built-In LED lighting system uses a fabric cover to produce a soft, overhead light
  • Adjustable dimming gives you precise control for perfect lighting
  • 2 Power Options:3 AA-Batteries or USB Power Pack(Both sold Separately)
  • Lumens: 150(High)
  • Runtime: 10Hrs(High)
  • Built-In closet with shelvesand hanger bar to organize gear and clothes
  • Up to 55% faster set up
  • Fast Pitch™ System with pre-attached, color-coded top poles and hub, fast fit feet and snag-free Insta-Clip™ suspension
  • Illumiline™ Reflective lines for greater visibility at night
  • WeatherTec™ System
  • Hinged door for easy entry and exit
  • 4 Storage pockets to keep you gear neat and organized
  • Wheeled carry bag for easy storage and transport

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