Best Pop-Up Tents: Field-Trialed & Tested [2024 Update]

Looking for a more convenient, hassle-free, time-saving tent for your upcoming camping trip? Read on to discover our favorite pop-ups for camping families, solo campers, buyers on a budget, and everyone in between.

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Over the last year, we’ve been busy trying and testing scores of the best pop-up tents in a bid to find the crème de la crème. We’ve put together a list of our 9 favorites and have decided that the Toogh 3-4 Person is the best pop-up tent currently on the market. This tent sets up in no time, offers solid weather protection, and is made with materials that are made to last.

If the Toogh doesn’t meet your needs then we also have reviews of the following pop-up camping tents, Toogh 3-4 Person Automatic, Teton Sports Vista 1 Quick, Coleman (4-Person), Moon Lence 4-Person Pop-Up, Timber Ridge Pop-Up 6-Person, Core 9-Person Instant Cabin Tent, Gazelle T4 Plus Camping Instant, Ozark Trail Dark Rest 10-Person, and the Ozark Trail 12-Person 3-Room.

If you need some help in deciding we have also included a comprehensive buyer’s guide that will help you choose the perfect option for your needs by examining the following criteria, Size & Peak Height, Weather Protection, Ventilation, Ease of Use, Weight, Durability, and Tent Features.

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At a Glance: Quick Recommendations

What is the best pop-up tent?

While the Toogh Automatic 4 won our top award, several other easy pop-up tents impressed our testers and from the shortlist below.

  • Toogh 3-4 Person Automatic Pop-Up Tent
  • Teton Sports Vista 1 Quick Tent
  • Coleman (4-Person) Instant Pop-Up Tent
  • Moon Lence 4-Person Pop-Up Instant Tent
  • Timber Ridge Pop-Up 6-Person Tent
  • Core 9-Person Instant Cabin Tent
  • Gazelle T4 Plus Camping Instant Tent
  • Ozark Trail Dark Rest 10-Person Tent
  • Ozark Trail 12-Person 3-Room Tent

Toogh 3-4 Person Automatic Pop-Up Tent

Editor’s Choice

Size: 110 sq. ft. Peak Height: 66 inches (external) ⸱ Weight: 13 lbs. ⸱ HH Rating: 3,000 mm

The Toogh Automatic Pop-Up Tent is the best pop-up tent out there for camping couples or small families looking for a durable, uber-convenient three-season shelter.

It’s made with extra-burly Oxford fabric and uses six folding poles that open like an umbrella from a central pole hub. Setup, even for slackers, takes no more than a minute.

For weather protection, the Toogh is a standout in its price range. The tent body has a hydrostatic head rating of 3,000 mm and the bathtub floor is rated at 10,000 mm. This makes it capable of withstanding even the heaviest and sustained of downpours and, as such, a shoo-in for three-season camping.

The Toogh is also a decent performer in warm weather thanks to the use of no-see-um mesh panels in the roof and the huge double doors, which together provide enough ventilation to stave off stuffiness. What’s better, both doors can be extended to create a huge awning on either side, giving you a nice, sheltered spot to store gear or get some shade on sunny days.

  • PROs

    • Waterproof
    • Easy setup
    • Stable in strong winds
    • Extendable awnings
    • 1-year warranty
    • Touch, durable fabric
    • Tent stakes, guy lines, and carrying bag included
  • CONs

    • Center seam on flooring uncomfortable to lie one

Bottom-Line: A tough, waterproof, and sturdy tent that’s roomy enough for 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 kids.

Teton Sports Vista 1 Quick Tent

Best for Solo Campers

Size: 20 sq. ft. Peak Height: 39 inches ⸱ Weight: 4.6 lbs. ⸱ HH Rating:

The Teton Sports Vista 1 Quick Tent earned or testers’ vote as the best one-person pop-up tent available thanks to its light weight, roomy interior, and versatility.

Pop-up tents are renowned for being heavy, but not so with the Teton Quick. It tips the scales at just 4.6 lbs., making it a great option for both solo car campers and backpackers.

The Teton Quick is a roomy tent, offering 20 square feet of floor space and a decent peak height of 39 inches. This means it boasts enough space for a large, one-person sleeping pad, all your camping gear, and possibly even a canine companion.

What we love most about this tent, however, is its double-walled design, which makes it the most versatile option on our list. In wet conditions, throw on the waterproof rain fly and you’ll stay dry no matter how hard the wet stuff’s falling. In warm weather, you can ditch the fly and enjoy the airflow provided by the full mesh ceiling.

  • PROs

    • Lightweight (4.6 lbs. – not much more than a regular tent!)
    • Awesome ventilation
    • Double-wall versatility
    • 20 square feet of floor space
  • CONs

    • Rainfly sold separately

Bottom-Line: A well-made, versatile, waterproof tent that’s light enough for backpacking.

Coleman (4-Person) Instant Pop-Up Tent

Best Budget

Size: 59.6 sq. ft. Peak Height: 40 inches ⸱ Weight: 7.07 lbs. ⸱ HH Rating: 3,000 mm

The Coleman Pop-Up is a great option for campers looking for a good budget pop-up tent for four people and three-season camping.

The Coleman is ideal for buyers who want a lightweight tent that still scores highly in terms of practicality and livability. While its main selling point is how quickly it can be set up (10 seconds!), our testers believe the Coleman trumps its 4-person competitors in the pop-up market on account of its roomy dimension and frill-free but functional design.

The Coleman measures a fairly mighty 9 ft. 2 in. x 6 ft. 6 in. and boasts a 3 ft. 6 in. center height, meaning it’s big enough to accommodate four adults and offer plenty of headroom. It weighs a mere 7.07 pounds, which is around 3 pounds lighter than our list’s other 4-person tent, the Moon Lence.

While the Coleman’s single-walled design makes it a little less waterproof than most three-season campers would like, it’s still more than capable of keeping you dry in light rain showers. In warm weather, however, this easy set-up tent comes into its own, mainly thanks to extensive mesh ventilation panels that can be exposed by rolling back its pre-attached rainfly.

Other features we like include a duo of large storage pockets, large windows, taped floor seams to prevent leaks, storm-proof zippers, and a flatpack design for easy transportation.

  • PROs

    • Light enough to use as a backpacking tent
    • Sets up in ten seconds (15 for slackers!)
    • Multiple ventilation points
    • Double doors and two large windows
    • Plenty of room for four people
  • CONs

    • No vestibule
    • Liable to leak in heavy rain

Bottom-Line: A lightweight and practical tent for four people that’s ideal for fair-weather trips and the odd outing in light rain.

Moon Lence 4-Person Pop-Up Instant Tent

Best 4-Person

Size: 54 sq. ft. Peak Height: 49 inches ⸱ Weight: 10.25 lbs. ⸱ HH Rating: 2,000 mm

The Moon Lence Instant Pop-Up is the ideal pop-up tent for buyers who don’t mind carrying a little extra weight in return for superior waterproofing and wind resistance.

This tent weighs 10.25 lbs. and offers buyers 54 square feet of floor space, a peak height of 49 inches, and a robust, waterproof shelter that’s fit for use in all three-season conditions.

The Moon Lence is made with 190T PU material and a 210D Oxford groundsheet, both of which have an impressive 2,000 mm hydrostatic head rating and provide solid UV resistance. We love its four large, mesh-lined windows for bug-free ventilation and the large, D-shaped door, which provides easy entry and exit.

While this one isn’t quite as quick and easy to set up as other pop-up tents on our list, its one-minute pitch time hardly makes it a slouch.

  • PROs

    • Takes 1 minute to set up and take down
    • Waterproof and wind-resistant design
    • Sturdy frame
    • Spacious
  • CONs

    • No vestibule
    • Quite heavy

Bottom-Line: A sturdy, weatherproof backcountry bolthole that despite being a little heavy is nonetheless a great easy-up tent for three-season car-camping adventures. The standout winner of our best 4-person pop-up tent award.

Timber Ridge Pop-Up 6-Person Tent

Best Value

Size: 100 sq. ft. Peak Height: 78 inches ⸱ Weight: 23.15 lbs. ⸱ HH Rating:

The Timber Ridge 6-Person Instant Cabin Tent is our favorite pop-up cabin tent and ideal if you’re looking for a lotta tent without spending a lotta cash.

This tent for 6 people measures 10’ x 10’, giving you a total of 100 square feet of floor space, and has a generous peak height of 78” inches. This means there’s more than enough space for 6 sleepers and all their gear, and you can move around inside without having to hunch.

While not as easy to set up as the Coleman, Moon Lence, or Toogh, it can still be pitched in under 5 minutes by two people.

In terms of features, the Timber Ridge isn’t a standout but includes a few wall pockets for gear storage, 3 large mesh windows, an oversized O-shaped door, and an integrated “doormat”.

Two of the Timber Ridge’s main strengths are also its biggest downsides. Its partial-coverage rainfly makes it well-ventilated, but also a poor performer in wet weather. Likewise, its steep walls maximize headroom, but also mean it isn’t the most stable in strong winds.

  • PROs

    • Spacious (100 sq. ft. and 78” peak height)
    • 3 mesh windows with roll-up, zippered panels
    • Large, O-shaped tent door
    • Wall storage pockets
  • CONs

    • Partial-coverage rainfly
    • Takes longer to set up than other instant tents

Bottom-Line: A great pop-up tent for families of up to 6 people.

Core 9-Person Instant Cabin Tent

Best for Family Camping

Size: 126 sq. ft. Peak Height: 78 inches ⸱ Weight: 37 lbs. ⸱ HH Rating: 600 mm

The CORE 9-Person Instant Cabin scoops our best pop-up tent for families award because it’s quick and easy to pitch, boasts enough space for even large families, and has plenty of convenient features.

This roomy, 9-person easy-up camping tent can fit two queen air mattresses with room to spare. It uses a pre-assembled frame with telescoping poles that makes pitching a cinch for either one or two people.

And once it’s up, the CORE performs none too shabbily either. For starters, there is simply oodles of room, with a whopping 126 square feet of floor space complemented by a lofty 78-inch center height.

It also boasts a huge, easy-access doorway, an adjustable ground vent, a room divider for privacy, an electrical cord access port, and large wall storage pockets to help keep things neat and tidy.

Tents that don’t use a full-coverage rainfly are never going to win any awards for waterproofing, granted. However, the CORE’s rooftop fly is more than capable of fending off the odd rain shower while the highly durable 125gsm polyurethane flooring prevents groundwater from sneaking in while you sleep.

  • PROs

    • Easy setup
    • Holds up well windy conditions
    • Good ventilation
    • Two doors
    • Taped seams
    • Room divider
  • CONs

    • Rainfly only offers partial coverage
    • Heavy (37 lbs.)

Bottom-Line: The CORE 9 Instant Cabin Tent might be a little on the heavy side, but is nevertheless the ideal easy-assemble tent for families who need a little extra space and privacy. 

Gazelle T4 Plus Camping Instant Tent

Best Basecamp

Size: 110 sq. ft. Peak Height: 78 inches ⸱ Weight: 56 lbs. ⸱ HH Rating: 2,000 mm

The Gazelle T4 Plus is a great option for campers happy to pay a premium price in return for a high-quality pop-up tent.

This spacious tent is composed of two parts – a sleeping area that sleeps five and a large screened room that you can convert into another sleeping area for three.

Although styled as an “8-person” tent by the brand, the T4’s 110 square feet of floor space (screen room included) makes it more of a 6–8-person tent, particularly given that filling the screened room with sleepers will leave you short of storage space.

Size aside, the T4 is impressive in every important metric. The body is made with burly, durable fabric and it has multiple zippered mesh windows for ventilation and taking in the views. While the included rainfly only offers partial coverage, it leaves just a small portion of the front and rear exposed. The fly can also be rolled up to let in cool air when temps are high.

  • PROs

    • Easy setup given its size
    • Good weather resistance and UV protection
    • 2 doors
    • Aluminum tent poles
    • Plenty of pockets for your camping gear
  • CONs

    • Pricey
    • Heavy (56 lbs.)

Bottom-Line: A versatile, luxury, high-quality tent that has enough room for 8 sleepers or 6/7 sleepers plus gear.

Ozark Trail Dark Rest 10-Person Tent

Best 10-Person

Size: 140 sq. ft. Peak Height: 78 inches ⸱ Weight: 20 lbs. ⸱ HH Rating:

The Ozark Trail Dark Rest is one of the roomiest instant pop-up tents out there, making it a great option for gear-heavy camping trips and large groups.

This extra-large pop-up tent has a peak height of 78 inches and 140 square feet of floor space. However, it has a lot more to celebrate than size alone.

The most lovable attribute the OT Dark Rest boasts is its “dark room” technology, which effectively blocks out 90% of sunlight. This helps to keep things cool inside on hot days and lets you carry on getting your beauty sleep long after the sun rises.

Despite its size, the Dark Rest can be pitched in around 2 minutes thanks to its use of pre-attached, telescoping poles and a central pole hub that opens like an umbrella. Also, it weighs just 20 pounds, which ain’t bad at all – most tents of this size weigh almost twice as much!

Inside, there are multiple pockets for gear storage, an e-port for electrical hook-ups, a lantern hook, two doors, and huge mesh-lined windows for ventilation.

Compared to other tents on our list like the Toogh Instant Pop-Up and Moon Lence Instant Pop-Up, the Dark Rest’s wet-weather performance isn’t great. While the flooring is completely waterproof, its use of a partial-coverage rainfly and less waterproof fabric means it will keep you dry in light rain only.

  • PROs

    • Blocks out sunlight
    • 2 ground vents and 2 large doors for ventilation
    • Roomy
    • Room divider
    • Affordable
    • Practical carry bag
  • CONs

    • Not the most waterproof
    • No vestibule or awning

Bottom-Line: Easy to pitch, roomy, well-ventilated, and one of the best pop-up tents for campers who like to carry on getting their shut-eye after the sun rises.

Ozark Trail 12-Person 3-Room Tent

Best Multi-Room

Size: 168 sq. ft. Peak Height: 82 inches ⸱ Weight: 61 lbs. ⸱ HH Rating: 600 mm

The Ozark Trail 12-Person 3-Room Instant Tent’s palatial dimensions make it the perfect pop-up tent for groups looking for a true home away from homes.

The Ozark Trail 3-Room is a beast of a tent, giving you 192 square feet of floor space, another 64 square feet under the awning and boasting a peak height of 82 inches. While it weighs a mighty 61 pounds, its pop-up design means it can be pitched in just a few minutes if you have one of your camping cohorts lending a hand.

This tent’s multi-room configuration makes it ideal for large groups of friends or families who like a little privacy come bedtime. It can accommodate up to 12 sleepers and all their gear inside, while the huge awning provides additional sheltered space for extra gear, kicking back in the shade, or for evening card games.

As regards features, the Ozark is also a standout. In addition to that huge front awning, it has seven mesh-covered windows, a power outlet, and several ground vents to improve airflow and stave off condensation.

  • PROs

    • Huge!
    • Converts into 3 rooms
    • Easy setup
    • Two large doors
    • Seven windows
    • Sturdy steel poles
    • Practical carry bag
  • CONs

    • Heavy
    • Not great weather protection

Bottom-Line: An extra-large pop-up tent that’s ideal for warm-weather camping in large groups.

Pop-Up Tent Comparison Table

Product Name# of PeopleSizePeak HeightWeightHH Rating
Toogh 3-4 Person Automatic Pop-Up Tent4110 sq. ft.66 inches13 lbs.3,000 mm
Teton Sports Vista 1 Quick Tent120 sq. ft.39 inches4.6 lbs.N/A
Coleman (4-Person) Instant Pop-Up Tent459.6 sq. ft.40 inches7.07 lbs.3,000 mm
Moon Lence 4-Person Pop-Up Instant Tent454 sq. ft.49 inches10.25 lbs.2,000 mm
Timber Ridge Pop-Up 6-Person Tent6100 sq. ft.78 inches23.15 lbs.3,000 mm
Core 9-Person Instant Cabin Tent9126 sq. ft.78 inches37 lbs.600 mm
Gazelle T4 Plus Camping Instant Tent8110 sq. ft.78 inches56 lbs.2,000 mm
Ozark Trail Dark Rest 10-Person Tent10140 sq. ft.78 inches20 lbs.N/A
Ozark Trail 12-Person 3-Room Tent12168 sq. ft.82 inches61 lbs.600 mm

What is a Pop-Up Tent?

A pop-up tent is a tent that uses pre-attached poles and often a spring-loaded central pole hub that lets it self-assemble in as little as ten seconds. Unlike regular tents, there’s no need to assemble and fit poles.

How to Choose the Best Pop-Up Camping Tent?

When choosing a new pop-up tent for your outdoor adventures it’s important to keep in mind the following criteria.

  • Size & Peak Height
  • Weather Protection
  • Ventilation
  • Ease of Use
  • Weight
  • Durability
  • Tent Features

Size & Peak Height

Sike and peak height should be among your top priorities when choosing a pop-up tent.

As with a traditional tent, the easiest way to determine which size of instant camping tent you need is by deciding just how much room you’ll need. 

You should aim to allow every adult sleeper around 14 square feet of floor space. However, it’s also wise to consider how you plan on using your instant tent and how much camping equipment you’ll be bringing with you on your trips. 

On cold-weather trips, you’ll likely have more gear with you, so a bigger tent will be needed. This is especially true with pop-up tents because very few have vestibules or a screened room for gear storage. The exceptions to this rule in our review are the Ozark Trail 3-Room (awning space) and the Gazelle T4 Plus (screen room). 

Generally, larger pop-up tents weigh considerably more than their smaller cousins, so you’ll have to keep the weight versus space trade-off in mind when buying. Having a large, heavy tent isn’t likely to be an issue if you’re car camping, but if you’re backpacking then you may want to sacrifice a little space to make your load easier to carry.

Tent pitched on frosty ground
There will always be a trade-off between space and weight but keep in mind you will have more gear to store on winter camping trips

Because humans aren’t the only things that will be inside – you’ll have some gear along for the trip too – it’s a good idea to shoot for a slightly larger size tent to give yourself plenty of living room. Features like vestibules, gear lofts, or wall pockets will also help to free up interior floor space for sleepers.

Weather Protection

Weather protection is another key consideration when choosing a pop-up tent, especially if you plan on camping in variable weather conditions.

It’s always wise to opt for a weatherproof pop-up tent that offers both solid wind resistance and waterproofing.

While wind resistance will largely depend on the design of the tent and the type of poles (geodesic dome tents and aluminum poles are best), its water resistance is determined by several factors.

The first of these is the tent fabric, which should have a hydrostatic head rating of at least 1,200 mm if you plan to camp in wet or iffy weather. Because the tent floor is more likely to leak, the lowest hydrostatic head rating we recommend you go for flooring is 2,000 mm if you don’t plan to use a separate groundsheet.

Water drops on rain fly
Pay attention to hydrostatic head ratings to make sure your tent is protected enough for the climate you plan to camp in

Other features that contribute to a tents overall waterproofing include inverted or sealed seams that prevent water from sneaking in at stitch points and storm flaps that cover the zippers. 


Ventilation is an important factor to consider when choosing a pop-up tent, whether you plan on camping in summer only or all year round.

As with traditional tents, instant tents can get humid inside, especially if you’re out in warmer weather or the capacity is maxed out with sleepers. And while humidity itself isn’t such a big problem, this inevitably and invariably leads to condensation, which is a pain in the posterior at best and a serious problem at worst. 

Proper ventilation is an important factor to think about before you make a purchase. Ventilation can come in many forms, but the things to look out for most when buying a tent are mesh doors and windows, ventilation panels in the walls, and ground vents, all of which will let you boost airflow when you need to without letting in any bugs. 

Pop up tent with mesh vent panels
Mesh vent panels will help stop your tent from getting stuffy, as well as from condensation forming

Our favorite pop-up tents for hot and humid conditions? It’s a toss-up between the Teton 1-Person, Coleman 4-Person, Gazelle T4 Plus, and the CORE 9-Person. Handily, this gives you plenty of choice across a range of capacities. 

Ease Of Use

When choosing a pop-up tent, it’s important to find one that’s easy to use. Pop-up tents are, by definition, designed to maximize ease of use, and for this reason, are far more convenient than regular tents. Nevertheless, some are easier to use than others. 

Of all the tents on our list, the easiest to set up was the Coleman Pop-Up Tent. This tent automatically assembles in around 10 seconds when you remove the storage straps, so is a shoo-in for campers who are keen to keep setup time to a minimum. The slowest to pitch was the Ozark Trail 3-Room (2 or 3 minutes), though this is understandable given its size.

Couple setting up a pop-up instant tent
Some pop-up tents will assemble in seconds, some in under a few minutes


Weight is an important metric to consider in pop-up tents if you plan on backpacking but less so if you’ll be car camping.

The main benefit of pop-up tents is that they maximize convenience by eradicating the need to mess around with poles, pole sleeves, grommets, separate rainflys, etc. However, the weight of your pop-up could be a major inconvenience if you don’t happen to have forearms like Popeye or bench press small vehicles in your lunch breaks. 

Not only will a heavy pop-up tent be tricky to carry from your vehicle to your campsite (even if that’s only 20 yards or so), but wangling the thing into position so it can be “popped up” could take some serious elbow work. 

Plan on backpacking? If so, we recommend a lightweight tent such as the Teton Sports Quick (the lightest pop-up tent on our list – not all instant tents are heavy and cumbersome!) or the Moon Lence if you share the weight with a partner.

If choosing a heavier tent like the Ozark Trail 3-Room or Ozark Trail Dark Rest, make sure you have an able-bodied buddy handy to help with setup!


When searching for a pop-up tent, assess its quality and durability, focusing on the resilience of the tent fabric and its poles.

The thickness of a tent’s fabric is measured in denier (D), which is proportional to durability. The denier rating of the fabric is a measurement of yarn weight. The denier of the tent floor, rainfly, and canopy is often listed as 10-300 denier (10D-300D) – the higher the number, the tougher the fabric. 

Tent floors are most susceptible to punctures and tears, especially without a footprint, and are normally made with thicker materials than the rainfly.

In addition to the fabrics, take a look at the tent poles. A budget tent will use fiberglass poles, which are more prone to breaking than the lighter and more expensive aluminum poles used for manufacturing more premium tents.

The level of durability you require comes down to how often you’ll use it, and in what conditions. However, if you have kids, then your family tent will likely need a little extra toughness.

Tent Features

When choosing your pop-up tent, features are another important factor to consider.

Most pop-up tents have a few extra features designed to boost comfort and convenience. The most important of these include biggies like a vestibule, screen room, or awning, though smaller features like wall pockets, a gear loft, mesh-lined windows, vents, and an e-port are all well worth having. 

Inner stash pockets
Gear lofts and inner stash pockets will give you a little more sleeping space © MyOpencountry 2022

One newfangled feature that has taken the market by storm in recent years is “dark room” technology. This essentially means that the fabric blocks out more sunlight, which allows you to carry on catching Zs after the sun rises and means the interior stays cooler in hot weather. The only tent on our list that uses this technology is the Ozark Trail Dark Rest.

Best Pop-Up Tent for Camping: The Verdict

With so many pop-up tents to choose from on our list, it’s maybe best to quickly run through our top picks one more time.

Having tried and tested scores of pop-ups, the proverbial apple of our eye is the Toogh 3–4 Person. This classic pop-up tent ticks all the boxes, setting up in under a minute and providing a sturdy, roomy, waterproof tent for families of four or three adults.

If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative, the Coleman 4-Person Pop-Up is a great choice. This tent pops up in around 10 seconds, provides decent weather resistance, and can easily accommodate 4 adult sleepers.

Need something bigger? If so – and depending on just how big your camping crew is – you can’t go wrong with either the Ozark Trail 3-Room or the Core 9-Person Instant, both of which are ideal for summer group camping adventures when space is a top priority. 

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Kieran James Cunningham is a climber, mountaineer, and author who divides his time between the Italian Alps, the US, and his native Scotland.

He has climbed a handful of 6000ers in the Himalayas, 4000ers in the Alps, 14ers in the US, and loves nothing more than a good long-distance wander in the wilderness. He climbs when he should be writing, writes when he should be sleeping, has fun always.

Kieran has taught mountaineering, ice climbing, and single-pitch and multi-pitch rock climbing in a variety of contexts over the years and has led trekking and mountaineering expeditions in the Alps, Rockies, and UK. He is currently working towards qualifying as a Mountaineering and Climbing Instructor and International Mountain Leader.

Kieran’s book Climbing the Walls—an exploration of the mental health benefits of climbing, mountaineering, and the great outdoors—is scheduled for release by Simon & Schuster in April 2021.

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