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Old 09-13-2018, 02:30 PM #1
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High quality grow tents

I was wondering what folks have to say about quality tents. There are a million tents out there now. I am considering upgrading my tent. have a real cheap one that has been great, but not its not built to last. Looking for something that won't have pinholes, quality zippers and all that jazz. secret jar., mammoth, gorilla, any others? looking for a 4x2 or 3x2.

I appreciate the input, lots of options around now.
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From my research Gorilla is a good choice
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My experience is with a Secret Jardin 120. No idea about other tents, but with this one I'd vaccum the whole tent, inside and out. Had some of the threading and material show up in the end flowers.


Use in a dark room, due to pinhole light leaks through material, zippers, velcro tabs and more. Wow. Just, wow.


Other than those issues, its a solid construction with quality materials. lol
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thanks for the input. I have a grow tent brand grow tent (heh) I got for $45 shipped. Has a handful of pinholes, and wonky zipper that require messing with from time to time. All things considered its great for the money. But I would like to have the new tent out in the house as opposed to in the closet. Pinholes won't do in that situation. I think if I spent triple the cash on a secret jardin and had similar issues I would be beside myself.
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I've used a few brands and I have found the gorilla's to be my favorite.
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Gorilla Grow tent is the best. You don't want the Gorilla Light though; you'll want the more expensive models. I have Secret Garden, Grow Lab, and Gorilla Grow tents. The others don't compare to Gorilla. You'll still have light leeks in every tent, you'll need to cover outside of any and all tents, black blankets is what I use on all sides; especially the front door.
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Build a frame and get some panda plastic or orca film and make your own tent.
Kept in a dark room, You will never have light leaks.

Also, Gorilla tape works wonders for light leak repairs.
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Build a frame and get some panda plastic or orca film and make your own tent.
Kept in a dark room, You will never have light leaks.

Also, Gorilla tape works wonders for light leak repairs.
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I'll second that, 2x4 and panda is what I always used. Was given two tents recently, some name starts with an H and is Chinese. It has more leaks than a strainer. Works ok for veg though.

The panda tents are a little more permanent. But definitely best quality.
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