Grow Tent 1.2m x 0.6m x 1.5m

R1 700.00

In stock

SKU: ENV460 Category:


Grow Tent 1.2m x 0.6m x 1.5m – an unbranded midrange grow tent that will not disappoint!

  • 600D mylar fabric thickness
  • Multiple ducting sleeves and a cabling sleeve
  • 16mm steel frame with steel connector pieces
  • Reinforced tent canvas corners
  • Mylar fabric drip tray
  • Verco covered viewing window and air vents
  • Side access zip-up panel/s with larger sizes

Benefits of growing in a tent…

Using a grow tent like the Grow Tent 1.2m x 0.6m x 1.5m for indoor growing offers numerous benefits, making it an ideal choice for both novice and experienced gardeners. Grow tents provide a controlled environment, allowing growers to manage light, temperature, humidity, and airflow effectively, which are crucial for plant health and growth. They come equipped with reflective interiors that maximize light efficiency, ensuring plants receive adequate illumination from grow lights. This setup promotes faster growth and higher yields. Grow tents also help contain and control odors, pests, and diseases, reducing the risk of infestations and contamination. Additionally, their enclosed nature minimizes the impact of external factors such as seasonal changes, making it possible to grow plants year-round. With easy assembly and portability, grow tents offer a convenient and efficient solution for optimizing indoor gardening.

What is the “D” in material thickness…

The Denier (“deh-neer”) measurement originates from the French word “denier,” which was a medieval French coin. The term was adopted into the textile industry in the 19th century to describe the fineness of silk fibers. In this context, denier became a unit of measurement for the linear mass density of fibers, defined as the mass in grams per 9,000 meters of the fiber. This measurement was crucial for the silk industry, as it helped standardize and compare the thickness and strength of different silk threads. Over time, the use of denier expanded to other synthetic fibers, such as nylon and polyester, becoming a widely recognized standard for fabric thickness in the textile industry.

A higher denier number indicates a thicker, more durable, and heavier fabric, while a lower denier number indicates a finer, lighter, and less durable fabric.