Mammoth Grow Tent

Mammoth tents are designed in Holland to strict specifications to ensure premium quality. The highly reflective Mylar inner ensures light reflection ratings up to 95% and every tent has a strong steel frame with 16mm tubes. Mammoth Tents offer every possible option to suit growers from the novice to the advanced. And a tent to suit every budget. Quality assured with dual stitching, highly reflective & durable mylar, strong framing with plastic protective corners. Easy assembly with interlocking tent options. Adaptable for all growing systems, available in three different grades. Shop in-store or order online from hydroexperts.com.au and get free shipping over $499 of purchase.



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