SansBug Tent Review


The thing I look forward to in summer is sitting outside at sunset relaxing and watching the kids play. The thing I dislike the most about summer are the mosquitoes. They seem to get worse every year. When I was offered the SansBug Tent for review, that was what I had it in mind for. Of course it is perfect for camping, but since we aren’t big on camping due to allergies, I want to use it in our own yard. It is perfect for the baby to crawl around inside when I work in the yard.


The Sansbug comes in a big pouch that holds it in place. We pulled it out and it instantly popped open. That was it! How cool is that? If I can put this tent together then anyone can. It is roomy too. I was surprised at how much space is available in the tent. It fit all of us easily (2 adults and 2 children). Taking it down takes a little bit of practice, but the company made a video to help and included a detailed sheet with pictures with the tent. The video is below so you can get a closer look. We took it out tonight and had a snack with the kids in the grass. There aren’t any mosquitoes out yet, but we didn’t see one bug inside. It is very durable and well made in my opinion and I would recommend it compared to other tents. I can’t believe the low price for the quality of the tent. You can purchase the Sansbug in three sizes at




Choose from three generous tent sizes designed for single, double or triple occupancy. Features include an oversized, single-zip, easy-access entry, durable mesh freestanding walls, tough polyethylene flooring, two pegs for extra stability and a water-resistant carrying case. We’ve used fiberglass poles in place of steel rods to thwart corrosion while dramatically boosting portability and durability. Untreated, the SansBug is quite possibly the most eco-friendly bug hut on the market today.


  1. This is such a cool little tent
    .-= Louise´s last blog ..I lost my keys =-.

  2. Dung Nguyen says:

    This is a very odd looking tent. Will it stand a storm?

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