We love it! Got it for Christmas 2021 and have used it in snow (wasn't intentional) and a quick pop up Florida windstorm. We are RV fulltimers and wanted an outdoor space. This gazebo seemed like it fit the bill. Wanted the clam, but that was over budget. Thought this would be a cheaply made version of the clam, but boy were we wrong. The Pamapic very sturdy!We were camping in northern south carolina and had an unfortunate snow storm come through. We forgot to take the gazebo down and through the night l the weight of the snow collapsed the top. We thought it was ruined and cursed ourselves out. However, to our surprise, it was unharmed. We just brushed all the snow off and popped it back up just fine.Today, in Florida, we had a surprise crazy wind gust so strong that it blew the gazebo past a couple of RVs and it was partially collapsed. We had it staked down with many stakes and cords so that tells you how strong the gust was. We brought it back to our campsite and set it back up to check it out. Perfectly unharmed, except for some dirt.While I don't suggest you do any of this at home, kids, I just proves how sturdy this is.I tell you thing is awesome. In the 12'x 12' we can fit our dog's cot, 2 zero gravity chairs (that can lay all the way back in there), a small table, 2 fold up chairs and a fan and still have room.
Very easy to install. Can be closed bu adding wind panel that can be folded or y installed.
Very simple to put up and take down. Well worth the money for the extra camping or picnic space. My only question to the manufacturer; why did they put the pull handle on the top of the roof (absolutely worthless there) rather than inside to be used to hang a light, and pull down to collapse to roof when take the gazebo down?
Works great, sets up and breaks down in seconds. We use it as our kitchen/dining tent when camping.
Actually returned this as the screens were defective in several places due to the lower quality. The Gazelle has thicker screens and sturdier material.
Well about 3 guys and flipping it over took 15 minutes. Some people mentioned it came inside out. Noo just turn it over. All one cool piece.
Really enjoy...good air flow and held up well in rain..
It takes about 5 minutes to put up by myself. Few more minutes if you secure it down for wind. I put four tie-downs in and about a 50 Mike an hour gust hit it but yet it stayed put. I did have one mishap and a piece broke at no fault of quality. I contacted the manufacturer and they replied the next day. Once we figured out the correct part...about a $5 peice...they said they did not have it in stock but in the same email they said the sent a completely new gazebo at no charge. It showed up in 3 days. Quality is very sturdy and after 3 months of full use it still is like new.
Only used once so far but was easy to put up and it was a great outdoor space that we could all sit in. The Wind didn't seem to phase it. It was very gusty 2 nights so I woke to check on it. It wasn't even moving.
I saw someone with a similar product at the park and wanted one for myself. This is such a nice way to be outdoors without having to worry about Flys and mosquitos all day. Fully set up over 10 people can comfortably fit. It's large enough to be placed over park tables, in my photo you will see a 6 foot lifetime table and you can see how much space is still left. The roof is solid so it prevents light from going through. A single side will be about 6 feet tall but when your inside there is much more head space since the roof caves up. The sides are all mesh which allows for a breeze but I will probably purchase the side covers to help reduce light. Setting up is very easy all you need to do is pull each side which you'll know that it was pulled correctly since it kind of snaps into place. It also comes with metal anchers if you need to tie it down. The one drawback to this which is completely understandable in perspective is how long it is. Becuase of how long it is its not exactly the most portable/convenient item to carry. But if you can make the space to fit this in diagonally in your vehicle or if you have truck it's a great addition to out door trips.