Eureka Copper Canyon 1312 Tent

Eureka Copper Canyon 1312 Tent


 

Introduction

The Eureka Copper Canyon 1312 Tent is a super roomy tent which can easily accommodate a family of six and if you didn’t have too much gear to store, you could squeeze in another couple of happy campers as well. It also comes with a removable room divider so you can make 2 rooms inside, each with it’s own door. It’s a sturdy tent with a rain fly (with clear panels for the stargazers) and 6 mesh windows with zippers. There is a detachable awning on the front as well, however users found it was best to take the awning off in rainy weather.

 

Features and Benefits

Design – Cabin style

  • Capacity – Sleeps: 5-6
  • Doors – 2
  • Rooms – 2
  • Windows –  6 – includes one in the roof as well. All can be closed for privacy with window flaps.
  • Interior – can be walled off to create two separate rooms, each with it’s own door.
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Materials

  • Wall Fabric: 75D polyester taffeta, 1200 mm
    • Fly Fabric –  75D StormShield polyester, 1200 mm
    • Floor Fabric –  75D polyester taffeta, 1200 mm
    • Mesh Fabric –  68D no-see-um
    • Frame –  12.65 mm fibreglass and 19.5 mm steel

Storage – has pockets and a hanging gear loft

Additional Features – 

  • bathtub-style floors that wrap up the sides
  • self healing zippers
  • nickel sliders
  • sweepout point
  • detachable awning

 

Product Specifications

Floor Size: – 13 x 12 feet

Pack Size: 10 x 28 inches

Center Height: 7′ 3″

Minimum Weight: 37 pounds

Tent Area: 156 square feet

 

Pros of the Eureka Copper Canyon 1312 Tent

  • Eureka brand name and it’s reputation for quality
  • Big – great size
  • Can remove the divider wall if you want to
  • 2 doors – 1 for each side of the divider
  • Divider is really useful
  • Easy set up
  • Great to be able to stand up inside

 

Cons of the  Eureka Copper Canyon 1312 Tent

  • Awning tends to blow down – use extra guy ropes and stakes and it performs better
  • Stakes are flimsy – grab yourself some heavy duty ones instead
  • Zipper protector flaps can become caught in the zippers – go carefully
  • Zippers are plastic – metal would be better
  • Floor is thin – put a tarp under it
  • Best not to use the awning if it rains – causes water to pool on the rainfly

 

User Ratings

A total of 60 customers have left reviews for the Eureka Copper Canyon 1312 Tent and have given it an average rating of 4.4 stars.  37 users rated it at 5 stars and a further 16 gave it 4 stars. To see what customers love about this tent, you can read the reviews here.

 

Price

At the time of writing the Eureka Copper Canyon 1312 Tent was priced at $259.97 which is a saving of $119.93 off the list price of $379.90.  The most current price is available for you to check here.

 

 

Eureka Copper Canyon 1312 Tent