Kodiak has several canvas tents with the same floor size, but considerably different prices. For the most part, these tents will be made with similar-quality components, but have some differences in layout and structure. Here are the most commonly questioned models.
Kodiak Tents have a couple of different models for a 10×10 and 10×14 floor plan. These different models are referred to as deluxe and basic. This article will help you differentiate between the deluxe and basic models and offer suggestions as to which design might work best for you.
Lifetime store sheds have several features that should be considered before purchasing to make sure you are ready to get the product set up properly.
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Lifetime now has a motor mount and motor to use with their sit on top kayaks.
The deluxe models only carry the cinch and strap carrying bag. All other models carry a simple nylon bag that zips up. In the past the cinch and strap bags were included in all models. To help bring costs down on some models the simple nylon bag was substituted as some customers would prefer a […]
Yes, absolutely you can assemble a Kodiak flex bow tent by yourself without anyone’s help. This does not apply to the cabin tents, but to all flex bow models. A 10×10 takes maybe 5-10 minutes to install. That’s one of the major selling features. No need to ask the wife or children to help hold […]
Yes that is normal. Kodiak manufacturers them in away that takes advantage of the fabric length and size so as to eliminate waste. The good news is we’ve had the seam across the ceiling for several year with zero leaking issues. These seams are water tight, down facing lap felled, and will not leak. Source: […]
Kodiak provides a lifetime warranty on their tents. The warranty obviously doesn’t include negligence such as rolling it up when it is soaking wet (happens more often than you’d think). They are that confident in the longevity of the Kodiak flex bow tents that they provide such a long warranty. Warranty calls are quite rare. […]
Lifetime garden boxes are a innovative new product from Lifetime Products. I recently purchased 2 of these boxes for our backyard garden. Last year we started what is commonly called square-foot gardening. The idea behind this gardening technique is that traditional gardening wastes upwards of 75% of available space for both walking space and spacing between plants. Square-foot gardening turns this idea upside down by eliminating the need for spacing between plants and rows. This is done through growing the plants up instead of out and concentrating the plants into a small area, such as a 4×4 area. By so doing, you utilize upwards of 85% of your available gardening space.