Alvantor Shower Tent Changing Room Outdoor Toilet Privacy Pop Up Camping Dressing Portable Shelter Teflon Coating Fabric 4?x4?x7′ Patent Sports & Outdoors
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100% Polyester Made in the USA or Imported ?SPACIOUS SPACE: This changing room 4’x4’x7’H comfortably fit big bones, with super deluxe authorized Teflon coating fabric, this perfect and spacious shower tent will provide you a high level personal experience. ?Teflon Coating Fabric: this shower tent is made of a 300D, poly-oxford Teflon coating fabric that is water, tear, oil and dirt-proof. It is shielded with vinyl coating, giving UPF 50+ UV protection. ?Product details: inside pockets for phones, tablets and others. There is also a rope for hanging clothes or towels and a hook for coat, bag, etc. PE floor keeps the room and belongings clean. Wear-resistant tube protection on bottom edge make it durable. ?POP UP DESIGN & PATENTED FOLDING: With the fiberglass ribs, this privacy shelter pops up in seconds, NO assembly needed! With Alvantor’s innovative folding patent, folding is easy and simple. No need to struggle with your tent. ?ACCESSORIES: Compared to other tents, Alvantor’s dressing tent is light weight and stable. Compact folding size make it to be easily portable, diameter 20. 8″. Comes with 4 sandbags, 4 guylines and 8 stakes to provide extra stability in windy days.
?ELCELLENT VENTILATED: The mesh top design and large double-sided zipper entrance delivers 360-degree ventilation for better dissipation of body heat and odor. Mesh top provides both ventilation and a sky view. ?Versatile usage: whether you are at the beach, at camp, in a photo studio, dance class or wherever else you find yourself, bring the perfect private space to change, shower, use the restroom, and more. ?100% SATISFACTION: as a U. S. Based company, Alvantor is a registered trademark. We offer a 1-year limited. If you are not satisfied with your Alvantor tent, please contact us. We will provide you speedy service from Los Angeles, CA. ?Notice: This product is design and utility patented. Copying or following our products is prohibited and we will enforce our rights to the fullest extent of the law. Show more
10 reviews for Alvantor Shower Tent Changing Room Outdoor Toilet Privacy Pop Up Camping Dressing Portable Shelter Teflon Coating Fabric 4?x4?x7′ Patent Sports & Outdoors
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Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer –
I love this! It was very easy to set up. We are using it to store rafts and squirt guns and things for the summer by the pool. So far it’s holding about seven rafts and two big blowup toys and there’s a little room for more. Much cheaper than buying a shed and it can come down after swimming season. I love that the top is fairly clear so it shines some light into the space.
Andrea ArditoAndrea Ardito –
Needed an enclosure for the outdoor shower on our camper – this is working out really well. It has been out through a number of storms with no problem. I like being able to see the stars while showering at night! Seems to be a very well made product. Have been using for a week now.
Got this for a friend in a wheelchair for doing all things private, including delivering IV meds and changing clothes and having a bath. She travels and cannot go to public places of any kind, so needed a way to get privacy while on the road. She has used this inside the house for a bath in the kitchen, on the deck to work in the shade, and on trips to use the loo and change clothes. This absolutely does the job, with two exceptions.I wanted a pop-up without a bunch of poles (this is), that had light (this has a “skylight”), that can be secured (this has stakes, that do need to be used if possible), that had air (this does), that has a pocket for “stuff” (this does), that had a separate tarp for the bottom (this does) and did NOT have a built-in bottom (this does not) which does nothing but collect dirt that has to be shaken out, and that can be kept warm with a heater (this can), but not too hot in the sun (the white exterior reflects light). I wanted a way for her to keep stuff and coolers etc. out of the sun and rain as well. This does it all.The exceptions:1. The rim at the bottom prevents a wheelchair from rolling in, BUT you can press it down with your foot, or keep it down with two garden pins to let a wheelchair over the transom. It’s light enough to drop over a wheelchair, too.NOTE TO MANUFACTURERS AND DESIGNERS: PLEASE make a pop-up tent like this that allows for wheelchair access!!! Please? This would be useful to people using walkers, too!2. Please make one with a flap that can be opened by someone in a wheelchair. This requires the flap to be rolled up and secured high — and the snap loop is functional but too small to be extra easy to use so please make the loop longer. If it was a side flap, it could be pulled to the side and managed by someone in a walker or wheelchair by themselves.3 (true for all pop ups): Someone in a wheelchair cannot put this up herself. It will require help.TIPS:To provide shade over the top with or without the rain cover, cut a piece of landscape fabric to drape over the top and connect it to the four corner cords with a large safety pin (not as a pin but as a “ring”).Pay attention to how you unfold it the first time so you have an idea of how to fold it back again.Cut a piece of mosquito net to drape over the front so you can keep the front “door” open to let light in without the bugs.Set it up right away outside so you’re familiar with it, and adjust the lines so they are where you’d want them in actual use.Cut several pieces of tarp for underneath for various purposes: so you can stake them down if you need to, use new ones while old ones are in the “to be cleaned” pile, and jerry rig one so it can be secured UP against the tent and under a tent fly so rain doesn’t get in from under.Get a large lightweight tarp with grommets to cover the top like a rain fly and be able to stake it away from the tent and over any ground tarp.Get some big butterfly hair clips so those with compromised strength can keep things secure, like the flaps and nets.
As geezers looking to safely road trip and camp during a pandemic, we realized we needed to provide our own restroom and shower facilities. This is ideal. When driving long distances and a bathroom emergency threatens, we can pull over, pop the tent, bring in your travel toilet ( recommend cleanwaste folding toilet bought separately) and emergency is dealt with. Pro tip: Start by reading the directions for set up/ take down. Watch videos on website or YouTube. Give yourself plenty of room for opening it up the first time. It pops fast! Pack up is not difficult, just needs a few practice rounds to make it smooth. Again , when you follow directions it makes it easier. For pack up- watch the videos a few times, and practice folding it in your living room and putting back in its bag. Practice it a few times in a row and you will be ready to hit the roads independent of roadside restrooms or campground Shower rooms.
Amazon Customer –
This arrived quickly and was very easy to set up. Not much to it – pull it out of the bag, remove the strap (hold on securely so it doesn’t open too quickly on you). We set it up in the house just to check it out. Confirmed that you cannot see through the material – major bonus. We will be using this on an upcoming tent camping trip and it will make using the bathroom and showering much more pleasant. The only things I would change would be windows that opened as well as some sort of loop at the top to hang a battery/solar light for evening use. These were not surprises for me – just ideas on how this awesome tent could be even better.
Retired Guy –
Sets up in one minute. Folds up in three minutes (after a little practice!) Weight corners with supplied sandbags if setting up on pavement. We carry it in the car for emergencies, and use it next to our camper trailer for showers and odorless bathroom. Glad w bought it. Tip: check Amazon Warehouse for possible substantial price reductions.
I like that it’s easy to put together the snapping clips really help easy to fold thick material is awesome. It’s nice and wide up high, I’m 6-1 290 pounds and plenty of room.
Zhengxia Wang –
This thing is sooooo small! I can take it anywhere! Yet it just has soooo much space. I usually take it to the beach with my family, since we change from biking/sports to swimming. But it can be used at family outings, campouts, and wherever else. It’s just gives us a safe and comfortable place for whenever.
This tent is awesome. It has lots of room inside and sets up pretty fast. I only have two issues with it but still giving it a 5 star.Inside the tent it’s very cool and the material is very thick. I am currently camping in Wyoming and have experienced 10-20 mph gusts and the tent is holding up. I have attached heavier duty stake poles and attached the string attachments to each corner. Without these added attachments this tent will blow over. Also it’s kinda a pain to get back in the bag but once you figure it out it’s not bad.This tent is super roomy, very light, easy to set up and appears to be excellent material. It’s only been through one use but so far it’s highly recommended.
Amazon Customer –
This shower tent is expensive than other brands. I bought it because Teflon material with blackout coating which looks with high quality. My girl is a little bit sensitive and shy, every time when we go to beach, she is difficult to change cloth in not privacy space, when I receive this tent, it beyond my expectation, I can not see through outside, and fabric feels very smooth and thick. I let my girl get in and she feel not bad. The tent is light, and the folding way is different as usual, I finally get it after I see their video. It’s easy by click several buckles. I can’t wait to use it on our next trip to beach.