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Old 06-10-2019, 09:00 AM #31
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I think there is a lot of egoism and self righteous mine is best shit with some things like this. In what universe is paying Mars Hydro $73 for a little 2x2x5' chinese made POS cheap?
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Old 06-10-2019, 12:32 PM #33
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FYI, this happens with the most expensive tents as well, though not quite as much when the material is really thick and heavy. Increase the size/number of intake vents and this problem will go away or at least reduce quite a bit.


Personally I would try and build something for that type of purpose. I do know Mars Hydro makes a 1.3x1.3 at 27"x27" It's small enough to put a lot of places. I have their TSW-2000 (300w) LED in one right now and it's looking really nice
I was thinking the same thing. I can't see a double decker tent being able to hold the weight of the soil and plants. I've gotta do something. Running out of space, and taking forever to show sex.
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Old 06-10-2019, 04:24 PM #34
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I think there is a lot of egoism and self righteous mine is best shit with some things like this. In what universe is paying Mars Hydro $73 for a little 2x2x5' chinese made POS cheap?
I didn't buy it, so for a free tent it's rather nice for the job. The material is very thin though. I poked a hole with ease, using the cut wire end of a length of 4" flexible ducting.

They give you a small roll of aluminum tape to patch holes, it has tie ups for the door and is too short for me for cannabis. lol
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I was thinking the same thing. I can't see a double decker tent being able to hold the weight of the soil and plants. I've gotta do something. Running out of space, and taking forever to show sex.
Hahaha i felt rather dumb moments after thw comment was made cause i probably dont have it hooked up correctly, i have a fan sucking out the air through the top and theb nothing else lol, i just open the filtervent to get airflow from there lol. Do i need 2 fans to run the tent correctly? Id like a sealed reflector for my 600w hps to have the current fan hooked up to. But so i also need a fan to blow in fresh air? I already cant stand the sound my 500/m2 does..
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I have a older Jardin. It has a few pinholes but it sits in the dark mostly, closet tent. Zipper gave out a few years in but I ripped the one zipper out and learned how to use the remaining zipper right so it does not disengage the teeth. Bit of a trick to make the zipper work. 10 years and still going.

Not sure if the newer models have a better zipper. I would prefer if no zipper was used. Thought of getting a bigger tent as current is only 2x2' and less with negative pressure. I guess the current one will have to do as it tucks into the closet so nice.
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I have a older Jardin. It has a few pinholes but it sits in the dark mostly, closet tent. Zipper gave out a few years in but I ripped the one zipper out and learned how to use the remaining zipper right so it does not disengage the teeth. Bit of a trick to make the zipper work. 10 years and still going.

Not sure if the newer models have a better zipper. I would prefer if no zipper was used. Thought of getting a bigger tent as current is only 2x2' and less with negative pressure. I guess the current one will have to do as it tucks into the closet so nice.
I ran a Secret Jardin DP90 tent for about 8 years, I upgraded it to the DP90 4.0 a few months ago, it's really good quality, the zippers glide smoothly and seem sturdier than the old ones. There's also some extra fabric on top of the zippers, so there won't be light leaks.

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I've got a 5x5 Gorilla Tent on the way, should be here next week sometime.

I'll let you know if I like it or hate it.
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Awesome, appreciate what you're sharing. Looking forward to updates.
This thread has been more informational than I thought it would be.

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i have a fan sucking out the air through the top and theb nothing else lol
Missed this earlier... I have mine set up the same way. I opened the bottom of one lower vent and put that side toward the darkest corner of the room. I don't see them as being designed as a flowering tent, more for vegging.
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