BACK TO FULL PRICE Coleman Event Shelter 4.5 x 4.5 metre (15' x 15') £84.38 @ Amazon
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BACK TO FULL PRICE Coleman Event Shelter 4.5 x 4.5 metre (15' x 15') £84.38 @ Amazon

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Found 15th Sep 2015
£84.38 as at 26/9/15 10.00 am - the repost has been deleted as a duplicate I suppose - anyway seems to be spotted by more people on this thread. Cheers to everyone who is keeping tabs on the price.

Worth getting hold of Amazon if you paid more recently.

Large size event shelter - not the cheapest it's been but very good current price. Cheaper than the medium one. All the better now that spares are starting to become available.

price has decreased on amazon to £89.89... thanks AJS for pointing that out.
- mai

Now £92.28 (cheers AJS) still cheaper than anywhere else from a quick Google - unless of course go outdoors will price match despite the disclaimer on their website for Sale items.
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I've been to a friend's house for a bbq and they had 1 of these. Magnificent. Thanks OP, I've gone ahead and bought one now. Don't know when I'll use it though. Heat added
If you price match with Go Outdoors they will do it 10% cheaper
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AJS

If you price match with Go Outdoors they will do it 10% cheaper



If it is in the sale (which this is) the go outdoors website suggests you can't use price match but worth a try I suppose.

http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/Lib/Img/Promotions/2015/28_07_15-AUGUST-EDITION/SALE/stripe/sale-stripe-reductions.jpg

Edited by: "MINCER" 15th Sep 2015
I have the smaller version and its great. Its very sturdy not like a gazebo and has been used as a porch when camping in many a shower!
Amazing kit. Buy you won't regret it
Great for summer parties ... oops. Maybe 2016 then?
Really want one but hard to justify the cost when I'll use it a few times a year.

EDIT: Most accessories are 15x15, is that the same as 4.5m?
Edited by: "tek-monkey" 15th Sep 2015
The smaller 10x10 always seems more expensive for some reason. I have one. Great design.
Bought it last week for £93.38.. Was hoping it would go lower but it had gone back to £114 although it was still showing in basket at &93.38 so I thought I'd better take it
4.5m = 14Ft 9 Inch approx. (Just over). Google is my friend
MINCER

If it is in the sale (which this is) the go outdoors website suggests you … If it is in the sale (which this is) the go outdoors website suggests you can't use price match but worth a try I suppose.



They have price matched it for me last week when it was in the sale. It is now down to £89.89

Edited by: "AJS" 15th Sep 2015
METRE not meter.
Jojalo

METRE not meter.

Dick not dyck.
Is this sturdy in the wind? My cheap Tesco gazebo has taken a battering this summer...
Amazon's description is confused; The "Event Shelter Pro" and "Event Shelter" are different on Colemans website and the Amazon description gives the weight of the Pro (22kg vs 18kg) but the pics of the non-Pro. Not sure if there's much in it but they are listed as different models.
PeterGalbavy

Amazon's description is confused; The "Event Shelter Pro" and "Event … Amazon's description is confused; The "Event Shelter Pro" and "Event Shelter" are different on Colemans website and the Amazon description gives the weight of the Pro (22kg vs 18kg) but the pics of the non-Pro. Not sure if there's much in it but they are listed as different models.



This is the non-pro version. I bought it a few weeks ago for £104 and as everyone else has said, it's fab! Let's water in through the Velcro straps when it's absolutely hammering it down, but a little seam sealer sorted it out during the wettest week in summer! We used it as a meeting/cooking tent for a festival and it worked fantastically for it - will put a picture up when I get round to it!
Gets very pricey once you start buying the extras for it.
tomwatts

This is the non-pro version. I bought it a few weeks ago for £104 and as … This is the non-pro version. I bought it a few weeks ago for £104 and as everyone else has said, it's fab! Let's water in through the Velcro straps when it's absolutely hammering it down, but a little seam sealer sorted it out during the wettest week in summer! We used it as a meeting/cooking tent for a festival and it worked fantastically for it - will put a picture up when I get round to it!



Is it resistant to strong winds?
Went in to Go outdoors this afternoon they had one in stock and price matched and took off 10% so paid £80.90 for it. I will return the one I got earlier in the week. If you shop around you can get the accessories quite reasonably. I have managed to get 2 sides for £9.99 each.
brookysm

Gets very pricey once you start buying the extras for it.



£17 per side, £25 for the door. Honestly, it is a lot, but when you've destroyed a few plastic marquees but can't justify the cost of a fabric marquee, it really is a good value for money item.
Edited by: "tomwatts" 15th Sep 2015
Jonnyblock

Is it resistant to strong winds?


We had 3 sides (sunwall) and the T Door With Windows and according to the weather man it withstood 35mph winds during one night whereas many others didn't. Aslong as it is assembled correctly it is pretty wind resistant (note - we had issues with how the sidewalls attached - still not convinced we did it 100% correct but it worked!)
Does anyone know if you would be able to get a van under one?

Guessing the heights no good as it curves over .
Threefish3

Does anyone know if you would be able to get a van under one? Guessing … Does anyone know if you would be able to get a van under one? Guessing the heights no good as it curves over .



https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/8c/84/27/8c842796b93a09636ccbca352021dd6f.jpg
This is a steal, these are great. Paid £130+ for ours a few years ago, still going strong, despite the wife ripping it.
Good reply Rob,

My transporters just under 2m so I'm thinking it might be tight.
Not quite as low as the lovely camper.
RosieWoo

These the right sun … These the right sun walls?http://www.outdoorclearance.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=675_190_31_243&products_id=149571£9.95 each, free delivery over £50


Looks like em.
Taken one to festivals for the last 4 years to pitch tents around (previous to that had a cheap Tesco one which blew apart).
It's put up with everything the Brecon Beacons has thrown at it and is still good as new (structure-wise, though it's got a bit muddy).
Well worth the expense.
Original Poster
Price dropped back down 5 quid.
Mine turned up today - after a faff with Amazon about non-next day delivery with Prime - and the box says "Production date: 09/30/2014", so it's a newer version. Which should be good.

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Would recommend the Pro version for taped seams and better resistance to the rain. Sold my old frame for £71 on ebay after the canopy ripped in France a few weeks back.
The price is down to £92.88 now. Let's see how far it goes down this time will it get lower than £89.89.
Stop it, I don't need one!
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tek-monkey

Stop it, I don't need one!


£91.90 ?
MINCER

£91.90 ?



Grr!

Actually I've seen it as low as £89 so....
£90.71 now getting ever closer to the £89.89 of last Tuesday.
How are you getting Go Outdoors to price match and give the further 10%? I've tried that on their website (price match) and they are saying they don't stock that product
Sam330

How are you getting Go Outdoors to price match and give the further 10%? … How are you getting Go Outdoors to price match and give the further 10%? I've tried that on their website (price match) and they are saying they don't stock that product


From this page I clicked on the Yellow found a lower price button and filled in the form. If you have a local Go Outdoors and they have stock it is easier just to go in and do it at the till as long as you can get the Amazon page up on your phone.
£86.34 now, do I bite.........
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