HTG Supply/Grow Shop Outlet brand tents

Rum Nugginz

Active Member
I was in the market for a bigger tent and didn't want to spend too much, so I decided to try a generic one. It is from HTG Supply. It is NOT their Agro Max braned tent, it is their economy line, it is a 4'x4'x78" " Grow Shop Outlet" brand tent. I cannot find any info online about this tent, outside of HTG Supply's website. They say that it comes from a supplier based in the Netherlands. I actually liked this one, comapred to the their Agro Max, which was $70 more. This one has 3 passive intake vents at the bottom vs just 1 in the back on the more expensive one. I understand not to expect too much, as you get what you pay for (most of the time). Although when it comes to cheaper tents, I have been pleasantly suprised in the past. I just placed the order and have not received the tent as of yet, but I am just wondering if any of you have tried this brand of tent and how it worked out overall, thanks
 

SpideyManDan

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I was in the market for a bigger tent and didn't want to spend too much, so I decided to try a generic one. It is from HTG Supply. It is NOT their Agro Max braned tent, it is their economy line, it is a 4'x4'x78" " Grow Shop Outlet" brand tent. I cannot find any info online about this tent, outside of HTG Supply's website. They say that it comes from a supplier based in the Netherlands. I actually liked this one, comapred to the their Agro Max, which was $70 more. This one has 3 passive intake vents at the bottom vs just 1 in the back on the more expensive one. I understand not to expect too much, as you get what you pay for (most of the time). Although when it comes to cheaper tents, I have been pleasantly suprised in the past. I just placed the order and have not received the tent as of yet, but I am just wondering if any of you have tried this brand of tent and how it worked out overall, thanks
I was looking at one of those myself, how did you like it?
 

Rum Nugginz

Active Member
I was looking at one of those myself, how did you like it?
The tent itself was average for the money, plenty of intake vents and ducting ports. The material was thinner than more expensive tents. I got the 48x48x80 and it was plenty tall and very reflective. It did get a small tear along the side of the bottom corner near the floor, where the material was stretched tight. Also the D shaped door has no velcro or hook to keep it held open and out of the way. It has plastic corners as well, but the top bars held my filter and fans with no problems. Overall for not a bad tent for the price. HTG ships super quick, It was delivered to my door in 3 days.
 

SpideyManDan

Well-Known Member
The tent itself was average for the money, plenty of intake vents and ducting ports. The material was thinner than more expensive tents. I got the 48x48x80 and it was plenty tall and very reflective. It did get a small tear along the side of the bottom corner near the floor, where the material was stretched tight. Also the D shaped door has no velcro or hook to keep it held open and out of the way. It has plastic corners as well, but the top bars held my filter and fans with no problems. Overall for not a bad tent for the price. HTG ships super quick, It was delivered to my door in 3 days.
Cool. I appreciate the honest review. I just ordered some other stuff from them recently and was just curious about the tents they have as im looking to get a 2x4 for a small veg tent.
 

Rum Nugginz

Active Member
Cool. I appreciate the honest review. I just ordered some other stuff from them recently and was just curious about the tents they have as im looking to get a 2x4 for a small veg tent.
I just got a 2'x4'x79" from Hydrobuilder.com the brand name is Covert, it is taller than most of 2'x4' tents available, it came to $150. all in with the 5% discount from their site. It is a very decent tent. The only taller one would be the Gorilla, which I almost got but it was $85 bucks more.
 
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