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Virtual Sun Grow Tent

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


Today we'll be reviewing the Virtual Sun Grow Tent.

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


  • Well-known brand
  • Build quality is great compared to price point
  • Good budget pick


  • Sizes are limited

Virtual Sun Grow Tent Product Review

Virtual Sun is another brand that has a firm foothold in the grow tent market, it’s not blowing people away with anything revolutionary. But instead, quietly going about its business offering quality products at affordable prices.

Not as many sizes from major retailers as some other brands in the same category, but enough variability to satisfy most.

With your standard solid metal frame, 600D Oxford cloth and Mylar reflective film interior in most models, it more than exceeds the requirements for the mid-range market.

Of course, it doesn’t meet everyone’s expectations, problems are often reported about the hanging bars not sufficiently holding weight, light leakage, inferior zippers, and cheaply made material.

Thankfully this is a rarity, again could possibly be down to third-party suppliers.

Most of The Virtual Sun range incorporates metal frames that interlock, but you can still find models with the plastic corner connectors.

They also come with multiple ventilation ports, but unfortunately, the majority have no observation windows.

Most models allow access from the front panels in a T-shape. Some will prefer this, others opt for tents that allow front and side panels to open for easier access and working room, but it all comes down to personal choice.

Prices normally start in the forty-plus dollar range, all the way up to just under two hundred dollars. Build quality doesn’t seem to change with price, so we’d advise sticking to the smaller tents with Virtual Sun.

Virtual Sun is a brand that knows it’s business, it’s a no-frills, does what it says on the tin product that offers the basics, but sometimes the basics are all you need, and many happy customers agree.

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