Palm Springs 10- x 30-Foot White Party Tent Gazebo Canopy with Sidewalls

April 29, 2015 - Comment

Holds up to 50 people. Durable water proof polyethylene cover. High quality, rust & corrosion resistant powder coated steel framework. Steel frame tubing diameter ranges between .75″ and 1.0″. Elegant Design. Easy to set up, all hardware for assembly and instructions included. Blocks up to 90% of the sun´s UV rays this canopy will keep

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Holds up to 50 people. Durable water proof polyethylene cover. High quality, rust & corrosion resistant powder coated steel framework. Steel frame tubing diameter ranges between .75″ and 1.0″. Elegant Design. Easy to set up, all hardware for assembly and instructions included. Blocks up to 90% of the sun´s UV rays this canopy will keep you cool and comfortable. Ideal for commercial or recreational use – parties, weddings, flea markets, etc. Can be erected on hard surfaces such as decks, driveways, etc. Walls attach with Velcro fasteners for easily assembly and removal. Sidewalls are easily removed for open air exhibits or outdoor events with overhead protection. 6 sidewalls with large pane windows for maximum light and viewing. 2 solid end walls with Velcro attachments. Comes with ropes and stakes for added stability. Color is all white. Brand New. Because we cannot be there to set this up for you, and we have no control over your local weather, wind, or soil conditions, it is ultimately up to you to determine if your assembly and anchoring of this canopy is sufficient. Set up is easiest when you have at least 4 people to assist with assembly. We are not responsible for damage to the unit sustained while erected in windy or other adverse weather conditions such as rain, snow, etc. Please note as with all products of this type it is not recommended to be left up in the wind. We advise customers NEVER to leave them up overnight, particularly with the roof and side panels on when gust of winds can damage them. We cannot be responsible for such damage . All sales are final, this item is not returnable.Stay cool and dry with up to 50 people in this elegant gazebo canopy party tent. It holds up to 30 people and is easy to set up with sidewalls, endwalls, and all hardware needed for assembly included. Measuring 10 by 30 feet, this high-quality party tent is resistant to rust and corrosion with a powder-coated steel frame tubing and a canopy that blocks up to 90 percent of the sun’s UV rays. The four sidewalls features large pan windows for maximum light and unobstructed viewing and are easily and quickly set up and removed via Velcro fasteners. The tent can be erected on hard surfaces such as decks, driveways and comes with ropes and stakes for added stability (can be weighted with sand bags for more stability). Set up is easiest with four people.

Product Features

  • Holds up to an estimated 50 people
  • Durable water proof polyethylene cover
  • High quality, rust & corrosion resistant powder coated steel framework
  • Steel frame tubing diameter ranges between .75″ and 1.0″
  • Elegant Design
  • Easy to set up, all hardware for assembly and instructions included
  • Blocks up to 90% of the sun’s UV rays this canopy will keep you cool and comfortable
  • Ideal for recreational use – parties, weddings, flea markets, etc
  • Can be erected on grass/turf as well as hard surfaces such as decks, driveways, etc
  • Walls attach with Velcro fasteners for easily assembly/ removal.
  • Sidewalls are easily removed for open air exhibits or outdoor events with overhead protection
  • Six sidewalls with large pane windows for maximum light and viewing
  • 2 solid end walls with Velcro attachments
  • Comes with ropes and stakes for added stability
  • Color is all white
  • Brand New

Comments

Heather says:

very thin metal I have 10 photos to show what happens when a small gust of wind hit the canopy. I have 11 bent/broken/split metal pipes, one canopy Velcro tie that came off, and I am also now missing 3 metal stakes. Luckily I didn’t have the sides on it because not everyone was able to be put under it, so we used it for food and shade.The metal stakes when we first put it up wouldn’t stay in the ground and I found that one of my „leg covers“ was put on backwards so that I couldn’t Velcro it to the pole/leg correctly. We ended up using home-made wooden stacks and heavy rope to hold the frame down and the thin white string and crappy metal stacks to hold the canopy down.Would not recommend this canopy to anyone. Being as it had been put together for less then 24hrs when it came apart!I am going to try to get my money back even tho it says it is nonrefundable, because the white canopy is defective/made wrong!Was only partially refunded because the canopy leg cover was…

owg says:

Great Value — Worked Well — Recommend Much cheaper than renting, and very suitable for our climate (S. Calif, winter, about 1″ rain over 2-day period) and event (fancy Sweet 16, with lighting and decor hanging from ceiling in tent). Expect to use again.Pros Price — great! Functionality — did the job Appearance — got lots of compliments Easy assembly (30 mins, 3 adults)Cons — see Tips for each of these Difficult to adjust placement when erected because some parts don’t „click“ together and come lose In the rain, water will pool along edges if not evenly tight all around Some stickers on poles fell off with dampness of rainTips Use white duck tape to reinforce joints that don’t have a click mechanism, particularly the top spine Carefully select your site, so that you don’t move the erected tent more than a few yards In wind (obviously not during your event), remove the sidewalls — these act like ’sails‘ In…

Marsui says:

Get what you pay for For the price, this canopy is great, the side walls look very nice, but it is flimsy, when I was putting it up, it happened to be VERY windy, so I took some twine and reinforced some of the legs (adding more tie downs) and it was fine. If its raining, water collects on the top, be sure to push the water off!….because if you don’t, this will happen to you!I decided to cheat, and leave the canopy up for a week, since I was having two parties (one week apart. Two days before the second party, we got a nice thunderstorm….the wind wasn’t the problem (since I added tie downs) lots of water collected on the top and brought the canopy crashing down, sideways. Took me an hour, but after taping the hell out of it, and bending a few of the ends that go into the plastic connectors back into shape, I got it to stand again, though it kept trying to lean to the side that it originally collapsed on. Adding some tie downs, and screwing two legs to my deck, It stood…

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