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Eureka Titan Luxury Family Camping Tent - 2627485

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  • Near vertical walls maximize interior space in this 2 room luxury tent
  • 4 pole rectangular tent with umbrella hub
  • Heavy duty shockcorded self-supporting 6061 aluminum frame
  • Set up is easy with Eureka! hub and color coded roof panels
  • Large High/Low doors provide easy access
  • 75D StormShield® polyester fly is hooded on all 4 sides for all-weather ventilation
  • Features corner "closet", rings for hangers, clothesline rings at all eaves, and mesh storage pockets on ceiling panels
  • 210D nylon oxford bathtub floor offers durability and tear resistance
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Eureka! has been building quality tents for almost 50 years and their luxury family tent line is a classic example of that. The serious camper knows that their top-of-the-line design along with exceptional craftsmanship has made Eureka! a first choice for many. Features such as heavy-duty aluminum frames, multiple rooms with large nylon oxford bathtub floors and nearly vertical walls to maximize space made them a leader in luxury tents. Inside they have made provisions for clothing with rings for hangers and clothesline rings, as well as mesh storage pockets. The StormShield polyester fly keeps out the fiercest of weather and is hooded on all four sides for ventilation. The high placement of windows allows for cross ventilation as well as preventing rain from entering. This model sleeps eight but they also offer a range of sizes.
Features
  • Near vertical walls maximize interior space in this 2 room luxury tent
  • 4 pole rectangular tent with umbrella hub
  • Heavy duty shockcorded self-supporting 6061 aluminum frame
  • Set up is easy with Eureka! hub and color coded roof panels
  • Large High/Low doors provide easy access
  • 75D StormShield® polyester fly is hooded on all 4 sides for all-weather ventilation
  • Features corner "closet", rings for hangers, clothesline rings at all eaves, and mesh storage pockets on ceiling panels
  • 210D nylon oxford bathtub floor offers durability and tear resistance
  • 6 extra large windows well above ground level allow cross ventilation and protect against splashing rain
  • Removable room divider and side wall pull outs maximize interior space
  • Sleeps 8
  • Center height - 7'
  • Minimum weight - 31 lbs. 15 oz.
  • Tent area - 128.25 sq ft
  • Floor size - 13' 6" x 9' 6"
  • Windows - 6
  • Door - 2
Manufacturer: Eureka Camping
Part Number: 2627485
Elite Deals Item Number: ECT-2627485
UPC: 0838-2627485-5

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Eureka Titan Luxury Family Camping Tent - 2627485
$573.95
4.5 Stars based on 14 Review(s)
Jacqueline Krebs
Wyoming
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Love It!
July 2, 2013
I’ve had this tent since 2010 when we took it on a trip to Yellowstone. Super easy to put up and take down, especially if two people do it. Took my husband and me less than 15 minutes. Also comes with great storage bags with sturdy handles. It’s big and roomy—we slept four people in it on two queen air mattresses and were very comfortable. I guess you could sleep eight in it, but that would be pretty crowded, in my opinion. Two entrances make it very convenient; I just wish they were both on the front rather than on the sides. That way both could face the fire ring. That’s my only complaint, though. I love this tent—well made, beautiful, big. I’d recommend it again and would buy it again if I had to do it over!

Mauricio Mcgill
Texas
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Enthusiastic Campers Sold Us!
July 2, 2013
I first noticed this tent when another family had it set up at a campground. They were so enthusiastic about how easy it was to pitch this tent and how immovable it was. I was happy to hear that about such a large tent. Then, when I checked Consumer Reports, I saw that it was in the excellent category for resistance to rain, set-up, and construction in comparison to other large, family-sized tents and it made the quick pick selections.

Gael Mack
North Carolina
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Quality, Light-weight Tent
July 2, 2013
Eureka tents are a quality tent and so I have been a fan of them for some time. Now I have tried the Titan tent and find that I remain a fan. All it takes to convert the large 13 x 9 room into 2 separate rooms is to take a piece of fabric and zip it into place. Individual nylon bags carry the tent, poles, and stakes and the complete outfit is lightweight. When you put up the tent with 2 rooms, there are doors at the ends of the tent making a separate entrance for each room. The large windows let in plenty of fresh air, but the zippers can adjust just how much air comes in. In the case of a cloudburst, the floor continues up the sides protecting the inside of the tent. The aluminum poles (which I prefer instead of fiberglass) are easy to connect the right way because of the shock cord that is inside the pole. I was able to pitch this tent single-handedly in 20 minutes even though some of the reviewers mentioned they had a hard time understanding the directions. Since I like to get my part of the campsite in place before others come, it was very important to me to have clear directions and easy setup. The spider hub is located at the top center of the tent. This vital component comes packaged in a nylon bag. Four arms spread out from the hub to make up the four corners of the tent. The two arms that are color coded yellow at the tip of the arm will end up above the tan fabric. Once these are lined up correctly and without being twisted, the rest of the set up will be easy. Take one of the poles, attach it to a yellow arm then insert the corresponding pin from that corner of the tent into the bottom of the pole. Repeat this with the opposite pole, then place both poles on the ground. When you have inserted pole number 3, it can support itself. This is where a second person can come in handy as they can hold onto pole number 3 while you are putting in the fourth pole. A little muscle may be needed to put the fourth pole in since the tent is getting tighter. When all poles are set in place, the hooks and loops need to be attached. If you do this before the poles are in place it makes it very difficult to put that last pole in. Now you are ready to put the stakes in and move in. Take another 15 minutes to cover the tent with the fly. This little bit of extra time will protect you all around if the weather turns bad. Inside, you will find rings already added for hanging items you want to keep handy like a flashlight, or just to keep your clothes off the ground. Each corner has one as well as the center of the roof. I hope this helps others who are looking for a good size tent that is still very lightweight. Quality matters when you want a happy and safe camping experience.

Shayla Engh
Ohio
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Excellent Quality Tent
July 2, 2013
As second-time buyers from this company, we are convinced that the superiority of this product. Having used this particular tent for three years, we can confidently say that this is a top-notch choice.There are a few minor things I would mention. It seems that the poles tend to crack when they are put under significant pressure. Because we did not follow the correct procedure for connecting the poles, we ended up replacing one set. Really, this should not be a problem if you follow the instructions closely. Another issue is that the spider hub at the top of the tent does not indicate where each piece attaches, but finding the correct place should not be difficult if you follow the instructions carefully. Other issues include the lack of a vent on the top of the tent, and the absence of instructions for the rain fly. I would point out that the pole issue can be easily avoided, but that I would prefer increase ventilation and anchors for the entrance.

Mario Ricks
New York
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

One Small Concern but Robust Overall Structure
July 2, 2013
My purchase of this tent was based on previous research. I did some preliminary assembly to ensure that the various connections and attachments came together naturally. I was encouraged that components seem very robust and firm, and that the zipper accessories were substantial and securely-fixed. My one small concern is that some of the pole fittings rub against the top of the tent. Though the material seems very good in those places, this friction creates the potential for deterioration and a future leak. I do think that I can possibly cover this protruding part, so that the contact with the tent roof is lessened. When setting the tent up initially, you will want to make sure you follow the instructions closely, especially in reference to assembling the poles. You will want the first pole to be on the side opposite the second pole. The instructions are easy to follow, so this shouldn’t be a problem.

Hugo Schofield
Michigan
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Poles Lack Resilience
July 2, 2013
I am a repeat Eureka customer, having previously purchased a breeze room. My experience with that product was excellent, so I expected this tent to be robust as well. However, I found the poles to be problematic. I couldn’t find the hub mentioned in the directions, so I set the tent up apart from that piece. I did a preliminary setup to ensure that the tent would work when we were on the trail. The poles seemed abnormally rigid, but I decided to take the tent camping anyway. I think this tension found that the poles were considerably curved. Based on my experience thus far, I am not sure of the lifespan of this tent.

Evelyn Sterling
Utah
2 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Pole Components Not Durable
July 2, 2013
We made the determination to purchase this tent for a week-long excursion to Southern Utah. The assembly process started smoothly, as seemingly the tent was coming together. However, one of the poles broke at a crucial connecting point. Because we were in an isolated area and our options were limited, we made a provisional piece for the problem area. This part needed attention the entire week, and even had to be repaired several times. We did find the rest of the tent to be durable, well-built, and spacious enough for five people. However, it made us nervous that the tent shifted with the wind, even though the wind was never very strong. The pole problem was the primary issue for us, and we eventually decided to return the tent. Even with the pole problem, my overall impression of the tent was favorable.

Nina Thrasher
Oklahoma
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Entrance Too Small, Difficult to Open
July 2, 2013
I previously owned a Lodge tent that I found to be of excellent quality. Unfortunately, that model is no longer in production. We made do with the Titan, using it on our Cape Cod vacation. It has the benefits of ample space and good air circulation. It was also leak-proof. However, this model was far from perfect. I was frustrated with the effort necessary to unzip the entrance. This is in contrast to the Lodge tent, which had a user-friendly setup. Also, the zipper gets hung up on material and the entire tent moves when you unzip it. I will probably fashion a makeshift loop to attach to a stake to fix the problem. Another downside is the size of the entrance. Even at 5’4”, I had to bend over to enter the tent. And not only is the top of the entrance low, but the bottom is also high. It is at least five inches off the ground, increasing your chances for tripping.

Hertha Qualls
Illinois
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Solid and Durable Tent
July 2, 2013
As a dedicated hiker and all-around outdoorsman, I am accustomed roughing it with very small tents. Because of my plans to attend a five-day music festival, I purchased a Titan tent. The weather was perfect the first three days, but suddenly turned for the worse the next two days. With wind gusts in excess of 60 miles per hour and drenching rains, I was anxious that the tent would be pushed around. This scenario made me uneasy for a while, but thankfully the tent did not budge and none of my belongings were dampened or damaged. I would suggest that you secure the tent by fastening cords to the anchors, and you can be confident in its stability. Some of the RV’s around us were losing canopies and other accessories, but our tent stayed dry and stable.

Bella Brisbin
New Jersey
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Watertight Tent with Plenty of Space
July 2, 2013
Our reason for purchasing the Titan was its generous room. We could comfortably fit two cots and our belongings on one side of the tent, while still having ample room for a couple of air mattresses on the other side. We were able to keep an eye on the kids with no problem. We could have easily fit more air mattresses, but we did not need to. In addition to plenty of space, this tent is waterproof. We encountered a strong storm on our first night, but stayed completely dry. We searched for a dry spot and moved the tent, but ended setting the tent up on the wet tarp. Although the tarp was already damp, no moisture soaked into the tent floor. We are also glad to have purchased a screen house. It was a little pricey but a worthwhile investment.

Selena Conroy
Oregon
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Roomy Tent with Straightforward Setup
July 2, 2013
The setup process was quick and simple! We were surprised by how spacious the tent was, with plenty of room for our two queen-sized mattresses. The quality is also superb, so I have no problem suggesting this product to others.

Season Baros
Arkansas
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Weather-Resistant Tent
July 2, 2013
We used this tent for an extended two week vacation. We remained dry through several torrential rainstorms, with not a drop of water entering the tent. It was impressive that none of the large puddles underneath the tent seeped into the bottom. So our vacation was not inconvenienced by the rain. We did notice that the rainfly did not extend to cover the entrance, so we got a little wet entering and exiting the tent. We have used this tent in a wide variety of weather conditions, and have found it very durable. It also keeps the temperature comfortable during winter weather as cold as 40 degrees.

Matt
Winona, MN
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Tent
October 8, 2012
This is actually the second of these that we have bought. The first one lasted over 10 years and finally succumbed to a nasty thunderstorm when we didn't have it guyed out properly. Great tent for a family of 6. It's a cross between a cabin tent (big open feel and you can stand up everywhere in it) and a dome tent (easy to setup, sheds rain well). We love it. The only thing it is missing is a vestibule. We usually put up an easy up in from of it.
Pros:
easy to set up can stand up all over in it doesn't leak great venting
Cons:
no vestibule

alex
5 Stars

tent
September 9, 2008
perfect