Secret Jardin Lodge, 2 in 1 Station
The Lodge is a 2 in 1 station grow tent which provides a space for the bloom cycle as well as a space for the grow cycle, all in the same tent. A revolution for tents with 2 grow spaces, the Lodge provides the opportunity for installation in small spaces or in spaces with height restrictions (under slopes, lofts, etc).
The Lodge larger section is 60cm x 60cm (2ft x 2ft) and the smaller section is 30cm x 60cm (1ft x 2ft). The smaller section height from the floor to the built in shelf is 60cm (2ft) and 75cm (2.5ft) from the built in shelf to the ceiling.
True Dimensions: 35.4" x 23.6" x 53.1", 3ft x 2ft x 4.4ft, 90cm x 60cm x 135cm.
Secret Jardin Lodge, 3' x 2' x 4.5' Videos
Fits my needs...sort of Review by Monkey Allen
1. If this is going in a closet or attic space, be sure that you can easily access the front of this tent (the 3' wide dimension). Mine is in a closet under my stairs and I can only access it from the side (the 2' dimension). Unfortunately, this means I would have to access one of the two compartments through whichever one I oriented in the front.
2. The two compartments, if used that way, will need to be treated as two separate grow rooms. This is very possible, but due to the environmental constraints of my closet, that means I need two of everything, just like of I had two separate grow rooms (swamp coolers, vents, fans, humidifiers, heaters, co2, and environmental control monitoring devices).
What I'm going to end up doing is using the 1x2 side for all of my environmental control devices/equip and then use the 2x2 side for growing instead of having two separate grow compartments.
I would definately buy this again because for my closet, a low 2x3 is exactly what I need regardless of how many compartments it has. The only light I saw through the tent was through the zippers, which in addition to having a light-blocking flap behind them, could be a little better. Other than that, I really like this tent. I'm very optimistic about it's future contribution to my grow.
(Posted on November 28, 2014)