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Product Details

  • ASIN: B00079RN4A
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,406,730 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Difficult to set up.
Tyler J. Hammond
The first rain we had, which lasted about ten minutes, caused the roof to collapse in.
John D. Russo
For a product that costs this much, I would expect better quality.
Dinh Yen Tran

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By SAHM to two on January 22, 2008
We liked the size and shape of this. We liked the price. I'd never used one of these before.

We had 3 people setting it up, and it took about 1/2 hour. Easy to setup with 3 people! Two people would have taken longer. One person... I venture to guess it would have seemed impossible.

Our package said limited lifetime warranty. This is what is not covered:
"Damage to the product that results from normal wear and tear, abuse, misuse, neglect, natural disaster, or any unauthorized disassembly, repair or modification." Well, it rained ONE TIME and the thing collapsed, causing two of the poles to bend in half with what appears to be the ease of aluminum cans. This was after it had been setup for approx. 3 weeks.

I called customer service, and they say weather damage is not covered. Even though it was only setup for 3 weeks, they implied that the damage was due to 'wear and tear.' :rolleyes:

You know, if I had money I'd have to contact a lawyer regarding their failure to back their lifetime warranty, since a 10 minute rain storm does not constitute 'natural disaster.' I am sure there are more than two customers who have had unsatisfactory results from this product!

Of course, if I had money, I would have bought a more expensive and obviously more reliable screen house!!!

Customer service is also very rude.

Hmmm.... Amazon has a link to the CPSC, maybe I will report this item as unsafe. Because anyone taking shelter in it during a 10 minute rainstorm may find it collapsing on their head.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Kasper on September 10, 2005
This screen house is made from quality materials and has a well-thought-out design. We took it on a 4-day camping trip. We had a 13 hour rainstorm, and even though I hadn't had time to seal the seams, it leaked very little, and even then only at the conversion of seams at the top. The screen house is quite large, which is a pro and a con; it's big enough to fit even the largest picnic table under without getting wet, but it can take up most of a small campsite. Set-up definitely takes 2 people and is much easier on grass than a hard surface. On concrete, asphalt, or similar hard surface, the poles don't encounter enough resistance, so they tend to slip apart as you're trying to assemble the frame. As long as you have two people for assembly and a large area for set up, this is a great screen house.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tyler J. Hammond on July 12, 2009
Heres what was wrong with it...

1) The roof seams are not taped like it says on the label. It comes with a tube of seam sealant it you want to make your roof not leak. FALSE ADVERTISING!

2) Missing parts. The pole bag was not there and one of the bungees that holds the corner to the frame was not there.

3) Poles come apart way to easily. The shock cords inside need to be much tighter as it pulls apart almost as fast as you set it up.

4) Difficult to set up. I'm good at this, and it still is too hard. The poles pull apart while putting the canopy on, the corners need to be tied to the frame manually with knots. If it's windy you will need 6 people in order to keep it together before it is staked down.

5) It only comes with 3 guy lines, but it has 6 corners. In a windy area you have to secure all 6 corners with guy lines or something is going to break.

6) Bugs can get in. The screens don't completely reach the ground so there is a gap all the way around it. It needs to be about 4" longer so some extra fabric lays on the ground.

7) Quality of stitching is poor. We had two stitched parts come apart in it's first day of use.

8) There is nothing that really holds the fabric that covers the side poles down. If you roll the screens up and use it as a shelter only, that decorative fabric will blow around in the wind.

Here's the good...

1) Held up to very strong winds when all 6 corners have guy lines.

2) Good size for a typical large picnic bench.

3) Looks nice

4) Fabric is nylon tent material, better than the plastic tarp like material used on the cheapest shelters.

5) Pockets along the top to roll the screens up into when you don't need them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Brandon on July 28, 2006
I was attracted to the size, shape, and color, for that I give it a star, but I was soon disappointed. First, it came damaged with a damaged pole and a small tear. I bought it from a Target store; it must have been used and returned (I understand why). Putting a splint on a damaged pole we were able to assemble it in about an hour, but it blew over with the slightest wind, although we were only using 2 of the tie downs. I highly doubt it would stand up to a thunderstorm; as it was down before a thunderstorm blew through. The poles are very weak. Now I see reviews on the Target website saying it came down in the rain. I can see where rain would cause it to collapse. I'm returning it.

The extra hexagonal piece that someone mentioned in a previous review is a template that you place on the ground, to help in proper pole spacing; it's very important for "stablility". This piece comes off, once the screen house is assembled, if left in place it would be a tripping hazard.
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