The Gorilla Hydroponic Grow Tents set the bar for indoor horticulture.
Using 1680D fabric, the Gorilla Grow Tent 3x3 provides better durability for your plants. With steel poles for the frames, your plants have a safe sanctuary for it to thrive.
With a floor area of 9 square feet a height of around 7 feet, this Gorilla Grow Tent fits the tightest places. It features diamond reflective surfaces inside to distribute up to 30 percent of lumens for your plants.
The Gorilla Grow Tent 3x3 also features EZ view windows, so you don’t need to open the tent every time you need to check on your plants. You also get 360-degree access from the doorways and Easy Engage Zippers.
The Gorilla Grow Tent 3x3 also has a Heavy-Duty Flood Protection Pool to keep water in, and 11-inch double cinching, leakproof ducting ports.
Assembly is easy and requires no special tools. Should you need more height, you can attach the 12-inch height extension kit to raise the tent.
The Gorilla Grow Tent 3x3 is covered with a one-year warranty.
The Gorilla Grow Tent 3x3 use steel frames and a 1680D fabric to protect your plants from external, harmful elements. It uses thick Easy-Engage Zippers to keep the tent closed.
The insides of the Gorilla Grow Tent 3x3 are diamond reflective surfaces that distribute up to 30 percent of lumens for your plants.
The Gorilla Grow Tent 3x3 offer a 360-degree wrap-around access and EZ view windows to check on the progress of your plants.
This Grow Tent 3x3 offers a floor area of 5 square feet, with a height of around 6 feet, giving you room for your plants to grow. If you need more room, you can add an extra 12 inches of height with the extension poles.
The Gorilla Grow Tent 3x3 is easy to assemble and needs no special tools.
|Height w/ Extension Kit||7’11”|
|Electrical Port Quantity||2 (3")|
|Ducting Port Quantity||6 (11" Double Cinching)|
|Height w/ 2 ft. Extension Kit||8’11” (Sold Separately)|
Gorilla Grow Tent offers a 1-year Warranty. This warranty does not cover operator abuse or error. All sales are final.
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