MeoWwrote a review of Marmot Tungsten Tent: 2-Person 3-Season on August 27, 2018
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Initially purchased this tent because the packed size (that Backcountry listed erroneously and refused to make right by offering a long-time customer a discount or something) was listed as being 18x7 not 21x7. Had I know the Marmot was larger I would have gladly spent the extra money on the Nemo Galaxi 2P, but Backcountry.com screwed me over.
Anyway, this was a last minute purchase and I could not return the tent in time to get something smaller so ended up rolling with it. Overall the tent held up well. We were in southwest UT, doing fieldwork for 3 months, slept in tents every night for 3 months, experienced a few monsoons, lightning, hail, and 100 degree + daytime temperatures. Overall a fun/rewarding experience I hope to undertake next summer. The tent was great no issues with water getting in, setup is simple, when staked out it's solid, the double doors are nice, and I would recommend it to others. Only real downside are the cheap tent stakes, destroyed 2-3 of them before switching to some premium stakes (MSR carbon cores usually get the job done) but worthless trash stakes are typical of almost every tent. In conclusion I was happy with the Marmot and would recommend it to others if you're looking for packability the Nemo Galaxi 2P is a solid choice.