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IPOWER Grow Tent

Review Last Updated: March 13, 2020

Roy Stevens
Product Review by Roy Stevens

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the IPOWER Grow Tent.

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

Pros

  • Established brand
  • Above average build quality
  • Competitively priced
  • Metal joins

Cons

  • Faulty or missing parts when bought from unscrupulous sellers

IPOWER Grow Tent Product Review

IPOWER is another well recognized and popular grow tent, that would normally compete with the likes of Vivosun, etc.

They’ve sold hundreds of tents globally and four and above star ratings are the norm for this grow tent brand. Every year that passes, IPOWERS reputation grows stronger in the growing community.

A selection of sizes are available from big online retailers, but not the most varied that we’ve come to see from other brands.

Build quality is much better than your entry-level beginner grow tents.

With a strong all-metal frame featuring an interlocking system across most sizes, rather than the standard three-way plastic connectors, and weight-bearing capabilities in some models of up to 110lbs, you know you’re getting a much more refined product.

With a heavy-duty shell and an average 95% Mylar reflective film interior, it sits comfortably in that mid-range bracket.

The door flap incorporates your standard heavy-duty zipper and when opened takes away approximately two panels, which for some offers more room to work and easy access in and out.

As well as the above, most models have multiple duel ventilation socks, and mesh ports are incorporated into the panel walls.

They also come with one waterproof removable floor tray, and secure straps for fastening.

With the above being said, be careful from who and where you buy your IPOWER tent from, problems have sometimes arisen from buying stock from unscrupulous sellers, resulting in missing or inadequate parts.

The IPOWER range fits nicely into that mid-range category, not the cheapest available, but won’t break the bank either. Making IPOWER accessible to a large majority of growers.

You can’t go far wrong with these established mid-range brands, they offer exactly what’s on the tin. Problems should be few and far between, which eases any worries you may have when starting your grow set-up.

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