Coleman Event Shelters - 15ft £85.99 or 12ft £89.63 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Was nearly £136.99 on August 6th and sells for around or over that price at many retailers

This is the cheapest it has been on Amazon for 3 years

And it's cheaper than the 12ft version!!!

Other accessories available on the net like sunwalls, mesh walls, door with window and groundsheet.

Sidewalls are £17 on amazon which are ideal for blocking the wind

Shelter is the latest version which as dark green trim black as shown and the sunwalls are also dark green

2 yr guarantee and spares available

Now down to £90.52
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#1
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B000YEMOM4/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
3 Likes #2
15"x15" you won't get much under that.

Now if it were 15' x 15'......bargain :)

Hot.
#3
As you don't understand metric I've edited it for you ;)
#4
Great deal thanks.
#5
I'm thinking Neil from the Young Ones.
#6
Cracking deal!

Heat....
1 Like #7
Love me one of these but with August winding up and seeing that steady descending line I think I'm gonna set up a camel alert for the sub £65 mark it was previously at. Still a great price
#8
These are great :)

Purchased with 2 walls (one mesh) for less than I was going to buy the shelter on its own!

Great timing! Heat added!
1 Like #9
geeadamg
Love me one of these but with August winding up and seeing that steady descending line I think I'm gonna set up a camel alert for the sub £65 mark it was previously at. Still a great price

I didn't know anything about Camel Alert. Many thanks for the heads up.

Wish I'd known about it sooner.....

Cheers !
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agaveworm
geeadamg
Love me one of these but with August winding up and seeing that steady descending line I think I'm gonna set up a camel alert for the sub £65 mark it was previously at. Still a great price

I didn't know anything about Camel Alert. Many thanks for the heads up.

Wish I'd known about it sooner.....

Cheers !

Yeah, Sept 2011 would have been a good time to have it....particularly for this product ! X)
#11
geeadamg
Love me one of these but with August winding up and seeing that steady descending line I think I'm gonna set up a camel alert for the sub £65 mark it was previously at. Still a great price
LOL

I set my camel alert 3 years ago for that price to come back. More chance of summer returning
#12
Are there 2 versions of this product? One being a "pro" version which is water resistant and then this one that is the 'regular' version?
#13
It's called the Deluxe version and it's 'only' £250 - £320 depending on the shop

Showerproof is good enough for 90% of times, the other 10% you stay at home



Edited By: cruz on Aug 19, 2014 11:54: cos
#14
Thanks, the one on go outdoors is described as the pro and mentions water resistance, as you say waterproof is unlikely.
coleman event shelter


Edited By: jjBlinky on Aug 19, 2014 11:56
#15
jjBlinky
Thanks, the one on go outdoors is described as the pro and mentions water resistance, as you say waterproof is unlikely.Your text here
That isn't the deluxe. Its just the same as the one in this deal

This is the deluxe http://www.outdoormegastore.co.uk/coleman-event-shelter-deluxe.html

You can see that the poles feed through the canopy on the deluxe
#16
cruz
jjBlinky
Thanks, the one on go outdoors is described as the pro and mentions water resistance, as you say waterproof is unlikely.Your text here
That isn't the deluxe. Its just the same as the one in this deal

This is the deluxe http://www.outdoormegastore.co.uk/coleman-event-shelter-deluxe.html

You can see that the poles feed through the canopy on the deluxe

I see, thanks for the explanation.
#17
heat added ordered thanks.
#18
Thanks OP - ordered along with a side wall.
1 Like #19
Nice find! Will also wait to see if the price drops a little further though
1 Like #20
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZAGfwqfTik#t=140

This shows a quick guide on how to erect the shelter
#21
Price just gone back up
#22
Is this waterproof?
#23
atppkr
Is this waterproof?
Rated as showerproof but really if you are planning on spending enough time in this for it to leak badly you need to give your head a wobble

Price now £97.12 but still a bargain
#24
I got one of these in 2011 after a cheap gazebo broke on me (didn't realise it's never got that cheap again). It's been great - sturdy and showerproof as well as being pretty easy to put up. One thing to note: it's bulky & heavy (like a similar size tent) so not particularly portable.
#25
£102.64 now. Time to expire

Sorry to all those who thought it would go down to it's all time low..............lol
#26
12ft version is 98.37. The lowest in 3 years
#27
I went into go outdoors to try my luck on a price match. No joy but despite the pack sizes and weight difference between 12 x 12 and 15 x15 not being much it seemed to show in the bag. I've ordered a 12 x 12 to replace my cheap gazebo camping. Thanks op
#28
15ft now £95.28
12ft now £93.28

12ft sunwall £12.57
15ft sunwall £17

Edited By: cruz on Aug 24, 2014 22:35
#29
15ft shelter now back down to £90.52

12ft shelter now £91.48

15ft sidewall now £16.24
12ft sidewall £12.57

Edited By: cruz on Aug 26, 2014 09:42
#30
Just returned from 2 weeks holiday in France and the house had one of these at the side of their pool. Brilliant bit of kit and survived the hurricane pretty well too
#31
Why wouldnt anybody prefer a pop up gazebo rather than this? They are cheaper more portable and quicker and easier to erect.
Just wondering not having a go with anyone.
#32
is this in ft or inches as it does look 15ft in size in the pics??
#33
Anyone know if you can put these up on tarmac (with appropriate weights to stop them blowing away) or do they need to be pegged down, meaning they only really work on grass?
#34
You could use weights and the guide ropes to secure on a hard standing. The feet themselves wouldn't be large enough to wrap weight around like an easy-up.
#35
tonywalessss
Why wouldnt anybody prefer a pop up gazebo rather than this? They are cheaper more portable and quicker and easier to erect.Just wondering not having a go with anyone.
Infinitely strurdier than pop up gazebos
#37

That's just for the groundsheet not the actual shelter itself.
#38
Not the best in moderate winds - I saw one 1st hand being battered whilst camping this year, the reviews say the same.
#39
UMO905
Not the best in moderate winds - I saw one 1st hand being battered whilst camping this year, the reviews say the same.
Strange but I've seen them withstand very srong gusts.

Suppose it all depends on how well they are erected. Nothing is fool proof
#40
LOL

You wouldn't beleive how many bad reviews there are for the groundsheet, sidewalls and door where people didn't read the title and thought they were buying a £150 shelter for tuppence

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