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Glum 8267 Changing Room Privacy Tent – Instant Portable Outdoor

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Glum 8267 Changing Room Privacy Tent – Instant Portable Outdoor

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Product description

Color:Armygreen

Description:

1. 8 installation ground nails and 4 wind-proof ropes are used to fix the tent to prevent it from being blown by the wind. As well as a tent storage bag, it is convenient to store the tent at any time.

2. Suitable for: Going to toilet in the wild, changing clothes, fishing, showering, bird watching, etc. 

 

Specification: 

Material quality: 190T anti-tear polyester fabric on the periphery, anti-ultraviolet

Support rod material: glass fiber

Expand size(approx.): length 130CM*width 130CM*height 210CM/51.2*51.2*82.67inch  

Structure: single layer

External waterproof index: 1500mm (inclusive) - 2000mm (not included)

Bottom waterproof index: 2000mm (inclusive) -3000mm (inclusive)

Function: dressing room, showering room, toilet

Feature: lightweight, folding, waterproof

Fabric: polyester

Strut material: fiberglass

Packing List:

1*Shower Changing Room Tent

1*Storage Bag

8*Floor Nail

4*Windproof Rope 

Glum 8267 Changing Room Privacy Tent – Instant Portable Outdoor

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