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Eureka Camping Tent Floor Saver - Square

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If you want added protection for your tent on your next camping trip, you definitely should consider this Camping Tent Floor Saver from Eureka. When placed beneath your tent, this rugged, durable floor saver protects the tent's floor from damage by rocks or roots, keeps the bottom clean for packing, and adds an extra layer of protection from water. This item is available in 6' 8" x 6' 6", 9' x 9', 9' 9" x 9' 9", and 11' x 11'.
  • Square Small - 6' 8" x 6' 8"
  • Square Medium - 9' x 9'
  • Square Medium Plus - 9' 9" x 9' 9"
  • Square Large - 11' x 11'
Manufacturer: Eureka Camping
Part Numbers: 2660158, 2660159, 2660163, 2660168
Elite Deals Item Number: ECT-S26601
UPCs: 083826601583, 083826601590, 083826601637, 083826601682

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40% Recommend this product (4 of 10 responses)
By Jane Conley
January 31, 2014
Buy a Tarp Instead
I will definitely buy a tarp the next time that I am in the market. While there is nothing particularly wrong with this product, I was hoping it would be better, made of thicker, more durable materials.
By Tom B
Charlottesville, VA
July 25, 2013
Eureka Camping Tent Floor Saver - Square
This floor saver is a joke. Instead of buying this item, buy a tarp for 1/3 the amount of money and cut it to size. This floor saver is slippery and it doesn't appear that it will last long. I'm considering taking my own advice and buy a tarp and not even ever use this. Don't buy this, it is a total waste of money. I'm sure it's too late to return it because it's all scratched up from setting my tent on it two times in the garage during the seam sealing process of the tent. It's the money on this item, it is a cheap product.
ProsAbsolutely nothing.
ConsThe cost. This floor saver should be included for free with the purchase of a tent.
By Brett Dietz
December 20, 2012
Not Worth the Price
I have decided that if I were to do things all over, I would just buy a tarp and not invest the money in this flimsy product. Even though it really is not tremendously expensive, this plastic ground cover is nowhere near close to doing the job.
By Skylar Joyce
South Carolina
November 29, 2012
Very Thin
After spending a decent amount of money, I had hoped to find something better than an eleven square foot glorified plastic sheet.
By Natalie Reaves
February 1, 2011
Do Not Buy
After using this plastic ground cover, I am sorry to report that I would never recommend that a friend purchase and use this product for anything. This item is way too thin to provide any decent protection if it is placed on a rocky surface. On the campsite that we used this product, it was not possible to find a rock free location. Now, we have a plastic ground cover with several holes in the floor. I have never had this happen after a camping trip, and I am quite disappointed with these results. It might be the perfect size, but the materials used are just not able to cut it.
By Eli Mackey
December 28, 2010
Decent Product
Some people say that you would be better off buying a tarp than this plastic ground cover. It is able to do a decent job, but there really is nothing special about it. About the only foreseeable benefit that it offers is that you can fold it up and fit it in with a tent bag. If you want a glorified plastic sheet, then this is definitely for you!
By Camryn Bermudez
December 27, 2010
Poor Materials
You definitely would be much better off purchasing a tarp; they are thicker, made of reinforced material, and are much less expensive than this product. In fact, the bag in which this tent comes is thicker than the floor. What was the real shocker is discovering after purchasing this plastic ground cover that it was made of non-reinforced plastic. The best comparison for this product is to a trash bag. Overall, this gets a one star grade, mainly due to the misrepresentation of the texture of the bottom of the tent. It is made to look reinforced, but it really is not.
By Peyton Platt
February 1, 2010
Get a Tarp Instead
Simply put, this tent is nothing more than a glorified trash bag that might last one use. The packaging is twice as thick as the product, so you would be much better off going out and buying a tarp.
By Marilou Lumpkin
July 16, 2009
Excellent Results
We have not found ourselves camped out in a major downpour yet, so I do not know how effective this plastic ground cover is in extreme deluge conditions, but I will say so far it has been good. I had received a recommendation to buy a plastic ground cover for my tent and can say it was a great call. The nature of the terrain can put significant wear and tear on the cover, so be careful where you pitch your tent.
By Carmela Wingert
June 9, 2009
A Tarp Is a Better Choice
Buy a tarp for half of the asking price for this plastic ground cover and you will definitely be much better off in the long run! I am not certain what this plastic ground cover is capable of doing. I used it once during a four day camping trip and even though there had been minimal activity inside it, the thing was worn out and essentially unusable.