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Kamp Rite Kamprite Double Tent Cot with Rainfly
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Kamp Rite Kamprite Double Tent Cot with Rainfly

Item# SPM6403650108 | Model# TB343 | Added on June 22, 2012 | Source: Overstock.com
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$264.99
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This versatile double tent cot makes camping hassle free. Its strong steel frame can hold up to 500-pounds, so you won't have to worry about it collapsing while you're in it, and it comes with a wheeled roller bag to help you carry it around.

The Double compact tent cot by Kamp Rite features a two person tent and cot combination which can be used as a tent cot, a cot or just a two person tent. It is made from steel and can hold up to 500 pounds of weight.

  • Brand: Kamp Rite
  • Model: DCTC343
  • Materials: Steel frame, 190T tent top, fiberglass flex rods, poly hinges,metal zippers, 600D wheeled roller bag with padded handle
  • Dimensions: 55 inches Wide x 85 inches Long x 60 inches high
  • Weight: 41 pounds
  • Capacity: 500 pounds
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  • Sizes: Double
  • Color options: Green
  • Style: Compact Tent Cot
  • Case: Wheeled roller bag with padded handle
  • Accessories: rain fly and storage bag
  • Storage: Wheeled roller bag
  • Care Instructions: Remove tent from cot prior to folding cot
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