The ORIGINAL grow tent for attics, the Roof-Qube is the bestselling attic grow room worldwide! Maximise space with our clever range of Roof-Qube grow tents that allow you to grow in attics, loft spaces, basements or rooms with lower ceilings. Measuring 1.8m tall, our Roof-Qube grow rooms also have a genius design-patented roof system, giving you a 42° angular roof configuration.
You will also find cutting edge, innovative design making the Roof-Cube easy-to-assemble, strong and durable. Our tents are designed and built to last.
Roof-Cubes have some of the thickest poles on the market and they are the only grow tent out there that has super-tough military waterproof zips. Together with the exclusive uplift bar for gravity-fed hydroponic water systems such as AutoPots and IWS, viewing windows, double over sized socks to fit all ducting, double stitched trim, diamond cut superior Mylar fabric and outside passive vents, the Roof-Cube really can give you everything that you need from a grow tent – at a price that is affordable.
You also get:
- Measures 1.2x1.2x1.8m
- Our most compact Roof-Qube grow room
- 42 degrees roof to neatly slot into lofts and eave spaces
- Lower height of 1.8m ideal for attics and basements
- 25mm x 1mm powder-coated über strong metal poles
- XREFLECT® diamond mylar for superior reflectivity & fewer hotspots
- Hanging weight of +100kg
- 1 x main access door and 1 x side door
- 1 Sensor Window®
- Double stitching
- Double zips plus rubber backed, waterproof and military-grade
- 1 x Uplift Bar® for gravity-fed water systems e.g. Autopot, Multiflow & IWS Systems
- 4 x 9" double oversized extract socks which fit all sizes of ducting including acoustic ducting
- 1 x cable sock
- 3 x outside passive vents with 700 microns bug-proof MicroMesh
- Double stitching LightSavers® on all vents to deflect light
- StitchBLOK® with Tritec® foam technology for ultra-blackout light proofing
- British engineered and designed
- Plus door hooks, hanging straps & spill tray
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 12 May, 2016.