Genji Sports Self Expanded Screen Tent
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- Self-expanding screen tent for sheltering people from sun or bugs
- Pops open in 1 second and folds back down in 3 seconds
- Strong steal beam frame and T190 nylon cloth floor and sides
- Durable zippered screens on all 4 sides for fresh air
- Measures 52 x 50 x 82 inches (W x H x D); weighs 4 pounds 8 ounces
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Auto pop opened in one second, easily folded down in 3 seconds. Packed in a 22-Inch carrying shoulder bag. Light weigh, easy to carry, suitable to all outdoor activities. Durable screen on 4 sides with zippers, allow fresh air to breeze in, but blocks out insects and mosquitoes. An excellent outdoor must have equipment to carry, specially for the family with baby and children. An optional screen tent water proof cover, converts screen tent into a standard tent in second. The special designed cover equip with zipper and ventilation windows. Screen tent specifications self expanded in one second, folds down in 3 second. 4 Sides durable fine screen, front door with zipper. Strong steel beam frame, T190 Nylon cloth floor and sides. Comes with 4 plastic ground stakes, full size carrying case with shoulder strap. Tent dimension 212 x 131 x 128-Centimeter (length x width x height), weight 4-Pounds 8-Ounce.
Need a quick shelter from the sun or bugs while camping or picnicking? Turn to the Genji self-expanding screen tent, which pops open in one second and folds back down in three seconds. Packed in a 22-inch shoulder bag, the tent is ideal for bright sunny days when you need to shelter your baby from the hot sun for a while, or for bug-heavy afternoons when you need a break from the mosquitoes. The tent is equipped with a strong steal beam frame and a tough T190 nylon cloth floor and sides, helping it stay strong during mild winds. You can also add a specially designed waterproof cover (sold separately) to convert the unit into a traditional tent. Best of all, the tent offers plenty of ventilation, with durable zippered screens on all four sides to let fresh air in. Other features include a zippered front door, four plastic ground stakes, and a full-size carrying case. The tent measures 52 by 50 by 82 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 4 pounds 8 ounces.
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Only issue we had were the directions which are included on how to fold it back up. Watch this Youtube link, 10 times easier than the directions.
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I recommend practicing the folding technique before taking it out to a park or a beach somewhere. My initial problem was not trusting that the top yellow "X" collapses flat. It feels like it won't budge, but when it does, it allows you to bring the two ends together into a flat teardrop shape. From there it becomes easier to learn the rest of the fold down.
This was the second tent that I tried. I had a SansBug tent, which worked well until its small skeleton pole snapped. The Genji model has a much thicker skeleton. Both tents kept the bugs out and provided a good night's sleep, but I recommend the Genji.
~ front and back are 90% mesh, sides are 50%+ mesh. *very* young gliders (8-10 weeks or so) won't climb the mesh of the tent, but as soon as they get a little older and gain some confidence, they'll scurry all up and down the mesh portions of the tent (without damaging it at all).
~ the mesh lets in a lot of light, so you can see easily while in the tent (I often sit in there making glider toys while mine play)
~ mesh is see-through enough to watch TV from inside the tent
~ extremely quick and easy to set up and put away (a HUGE plus if you're taking it out for "tent time" 4-7 nights a week)
~ really hard to figure out how to collapse it based on the provided instructions/diagrams (I recommend carefully unfolding it manually for the first use rather than tossing it and letting it pop up on its own, that way you can actually get a look at how it's folded up)... however, as soon as you figure it out the first time, it's extremely easy to do.
a key dilemma for glider owners is "how do I hang toys in the tent?"... I found a very easy solution to this!
I sewed a nickel o-ring into each corner of the tent at the level where the mesh meets the fabric (sewing through the yellow seam), then attached a plastic c-link to each o-ring. I then cut a square of plastic hardware cloth to fit across that portion of the tent. after I set up the tent, I hook each corner of the hardware cloth square to one of the c-links. when taking the tent down, I unhook the hardware cloth and roll it up separately, then collapse the tent normally.
plastic hardware cloth can be found at places like Home Depot and Lowe's... if the employees don't know what you're talking about, ask them where the chicken wire is - it should be in the same section. it's the same stuff used to make PVC cages for gliders; it's also *great* for toy-making - you can make shelves/bridges for cages, a ball pit, tunnels, etc.
there are other tents available that are significantly cheaper than this one... but for "tent time" with sugar gliders, this is worth every penny I spent on it. I honestly can't think of anything I'd want to change/improve about it - it's perfect in every way! I highly recommend it to other glider owners.