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AgroMax Grow Tent

Review Last Updated: April 27, 2020
Roy Stevens
Product Review by Roy Stevens

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the AgroMax Grow Tent.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Established well-known brand
  • Above average materials
  • Good build quality

Cons

  • Price could be better
  • Availability from online retailers isn't great

AgroMax Grow Tent Product Review

Agromax/HTGSupply is a very popular and well thought of brand, it’s commonly discussed on growing forums when anyone asks about the best grow tents available.

Although they have a varied selection, one of the better-known ones is the Agromax motherkeeper grow tent.

Sizes are varied and start from small to extra large from most online retailers, fitting everyone’s needs.

Although the Agromax is a pretty well known and trusted brand, it’s your pretty standard fare when it comes to build quality.

It’s in no way bad, in fact, it’s very good in terms of competing with the other mid-range brands. But that’s the problem, for the Agromax to keep up with the better more innovative brands, it needs to consistently improve.

The frames are generally made of sturdy metal, incorporating the interlocking system for its connections rather than the cheaper plastic ones, which is always a plus.

The shell in basic models is of your standard 680D heavy-duty nylon skin, with good quality Mylar reflective film to the interior.

Some come with easy view observation windows and have multiple well-placed ports that are adjustable for different configurations. A heavy-duty zipper and double-stitched seams are incorporated to help with light leakage.

Access into most of the Agromax models mainly comes from the front panel/s but larger models have rear panels and access from the side panels as well, again this is personal preference and individual to the grower.

With most models, a removable waterproof floor tray is standard, as are the fastenings.

Out of all the mid-range grow tents, the Agromax is probably one of the more expensive brands. With prices generally starting from a seventy dollars upwards.

The Agromax is a well-known producer of good quality, variable-sized grow tents. But in this day and age, is that all that’s really required?

There are many happy customers for sure, but with the market expanding it opens up many more options for people to choose from.

It’s above the lower end tents for sure and even most mid-range tents as well, but it’s definitely not the best out there at present, and the price could always be more competitive.

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