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Bought this to use at our daughter's soccer games, and it worked out great. We had high winds this weekend, so I suggest you purchase the weights for the legs to accompany the stakes that come with the canopy. Also, I suggest you buy the wagon available through Academy to help haul the canopy to and from where you are going to set it up because the canopy alone is a little heavy and awkward to carry.
Much better than expected. As others have noted, it is an 8'x8' actual canopy. The legs spread out to 10'x10' and add stability. Two height positions, with the lowest putting the bottom edge of the canopy at 6'. One person can set up and take down, but it takes longer. Just do things in small increments while circling the unit. Do not apply excessive force! Watch the video on the Z-shade website to see how it works. Recommend guylines for stability in any significant wind to avoid damage.
Ive owned several of this type vanopy tent and this one is great! The cover is a little thinner than others ive had in the past, but having 4 air vents makes up for this. It doesn't say this in the description, but this canopy has tabs in it that you can use to prop the vents open-awesome! I wasn't sure about the purple color, but it has worked out great because it's easy for the kids to find their way back to our place as we are the only purple tent in a sea of blue and green ones.
We bought one of these for my daughter and her husband last summer. They've taken it to many softball tourneys. It's easy to put up (1 can, but very easy with 2). The test was when we met them at the beach. While in the condo to eat, a thunderstorm came up. In horror, we looked out the window and watched the tent blow about 50 yards down the beach, tumbling over and over. When the storm eased up, we ran out to recover the remains and found it to be completely together - nothing bent or torn.
I bought this 10x10 commercial canopy in February and used it sparingly ever since. Last week, a sudden rainstorm came up and the canopy collected large pockets of water. Since there was lightning in the area, we didn't try to take the canopy down and then the weight of the water caused the center pole to pull through the top of the canopy, tearing the material and dumping water on the merchandise below. The canopy had been great up until then, but failed all at once. The frame is in perfect shape.
I've had this tent for about 10 months. Its been a huge blessing for my weekly farmers markets. One person can out it up and down. Its sturdy and with weights withstands high winds. My only complaint is the zipper in the bag broke and so I have not been able to use a bag to carry it. That is the only problem.
I recently bought this canopy to set-up outside my kids sports tournaments. I am extremely pleased with it! It set up so easy and the half-side flaps are great! The top vents really help keep the air circulating. I also bought the weights to go around the legs, just to be safe, in case there is high wind. They are great too!
I had the summit 100 model canopy and while the shade and vents made it nice the one time i set it up overnight it rained unexpectedly and water gathered around the edges and instead of running off the side it collected until the frame gave way and collapsed.I had it lowered to lowest leg height to prevent collapsing but it did not work.Still would recommend this canopy but warn of water not running off.
A church in our community has 10 of these canopies. We have borrowed them multipe times for our fall festival and VBS. They have stood up to wind and provided great shelter/shade. The community has also used them at community events on many occasions. These 10 canopies have had many, many uses and are still in great shape. We have now purchased 2 more to add to the batch. GREAT BUY!!!
I bought this about 3 weeks ago and set it up the same day. It rained for 2 days and 2 weeks later we had up to 3" of snow and ice. This thing is still standing sturdy.The key here is take your time setting it up and make sure you twist the poles to tighten the canopy all around. The top had excellent run off. I screwed the footing pads to the leg poles and then the pads to some bigger bases I made and attached the whole thing to my deck. People raising cane about the canopy, well what do you ... expect for the price I think it is adequate for the product, an if it fails in a rain storm then you folks DIDN'T put it up right. My only complaint is when you package the poles you need to put some thing on each end to keep them from being bent, I had to do work on the poles cause they were out of round on the ends, probably in shipping to stores. Thank You and enjoy .
we bought one of these to use at our daughter's birthday party. we did a trial run of putting it up and taking it down before the party just to see how easy or difficult it would be. So amazingly easy. we actually went back and purchased another one. they provide great coverage and the se up and take down are so easy. great price
I bought this canopy about a month ago and have used it a number of times. It is easy to set up and requires no tools. Works great for shade or covering out of the rain. I highly recommend this product.
We have been using this type on the job site for a couple weeks. I just purchased another one. The long enough to place a picnic table under them for breaks. We have just been lowering the legs at night since we have had good weather, they are working out great.
The product came with a two-sided flyer urging me to "register you product" on www.quikshade.com Maybe I'm looking I the wrong place - but, where on the site is registration? Can't find it on the mobile or the main site or by searching. Other than that, the canopy itself seems easy enough. Would be nice if there were someplace to store the tent pegs other than a flimsy zip lock bag tossed in the bottom of the carry case - doomed to get lost quickly. And what is the smaller Allen-wrench like ... piece for? Details...
I bought in for Fourth of July 2015 and we love it so roomy
Last year I bought one of these from Sports Authority. This spring during some heavy winds one of the legs broke. I wasn't looking forward to spending $170 again so I contacted customer support on the off chance they could help me. After getting off the phone with support I had a new leg for my canopy shipped to me for less than $20. It also arrived in under a week. Its rare to find a company that offers customer support without price gouging nowadays. Good work
We go to the beach and often have 15 to 25 mph winds. Less expensive shades get torn up quickly. Quik Shade holds up about the best for the money. We got the 12 x 12 on sale for $100. When this one wears out or gets stolen, we'll buy Quik Shade again.
I bought this canopy to use at craft fairs. It looks great. It's kinda cheap made. I had to return my first one the first time I used it because one of the latches was defected. I did get another one because I really like the appearance .
Good Canopy, held up in a heavy rain and wind storm. Bought the same one at Tractor Supply as well, that one was under $190. Returned the one from Academy, lost out on shipping cost but still saved money.
Well made, well packaged and easy set up! Would buy again. Very happy!
bought this to provide shade and keep dry from rain at football games. served purpose. wish the sides came down a few more inches.
Bought this canopy for our beach trip and it was a great decision. Simple and works great!
Brochure arrived, showed the shade , the store was out, in Montgomery. So I ordered on line and paid shipping. arrived soon. Easy to assemble the cover, Goes up , quickly. Save money, get the store to order. ( if you can find a floor walker)
I've used this for a while now: once at the beach and multiple times at the race track. The Japanese looking vents at the top do not let water in, but make it a slight more pain to set up the canopy. I leave the top on when I collapse it down no problem. The vents help resist wind gusts a little, but recently the leg bent in high wind. Just call the Quik Shade people, give them the item number (147588 I think) and for less than $20 they will ship a new one out to you.
This is a very substanial canopy! I bought sand anchors but have not had to use them yet, though we have had only average conditions so far. I think there would have to be a pretty good breeze to budge this thing. The ONLY drawback might be that it's a bit heavy for me to set up by myself or even to carry (or wheel!) around easily. But then again, it stays put! My son btw CAN put it up solo no problem. I'm an older-but-fit lady and its a bit much for me to set up solo!
I have used this a few times already. It did arrive a little beat up (I was not hear when it arrived) - the box was clearly torn and beaten. The tent was fine. One leg had 2 dents - but they did not interfere with the operation. I needed it for an event a few days after it arrived, so I just kept it and used it. It is clearly a cut above most of the pop ups out there (I was comparing against many pop ups at 2 events I went to) and is well worth the extra $$. The sides were easy to install ... and use. I am very happy with it overall.
Used for our weekly soccer games and provided a quick and easy way to provide shade for the players. Set-up and breakdown was quick and easy! Excellent value and multiple uses.
I bought this for our Labor Day weekend festivities. Two people put it up, but three or four would have been better. Take down could have been done with two, but it was very helpful having four (one on each corner).
like it but one leg wood not stay extended so I put a bolt thru it
I would like to leave a review of the Coleman canopy I ordered. But it is for camping this summer. I have not even opened the box since it came in December or January. I post this review to simply stop the barrage of emails I am continually receiving asking me to leave a review. I hope this satsfies their numerous requests.
Box was damaged upon delivery, canopy and bag were fine. I've used this 4 times at Markets located on concrete. It's a little heavier than I expected, but I believe the weight helps it hold up in the gusty wind. I'm 5'3" and had trouble reaching and releasing the pins by myself, a little leverage is needed and I didn't have enough. Also, it is really hard to get into the bag, requires two people, the bag leaves little wiggle room but is very durable. The canopy is definitely protected in the ... bag. Other than that, this was easy to set-up and take down, holds up in wind (I do use leg weights), is the color I ordered, and works great to block out the Texas sun.
I bought this last week, and I was impressed at how thick the material is and how strong the poles are. You can't tell in the photos on the store's site, but the top has 4 vents that can be propped open pretty wide. 100 sq. ft. is a great size to fit over a state park picnic table. My only advice is to pay heed to the directions about caution in wind. I put mine up for its maiden voyage before a thunderstorm was supposed to hit, thinking I would use guylines from the 4 corners and also put ... the stakes at the ground. I felt the wind kick up and thought I had time to tie down the corners. Well, no one predicted 55 mph winds that came up within a 5 minute time span. It's not that the poles wouldn't stay on the ground. The wind bowed the 10' expanse in so badly that it broke. I didn't stay to try to salvage it. I grabbed my dog and got to a building. The frame blew over and broke even more. So, the lesson is, as soon as a wind seems to start to bow a side in, pop the pins and put the thing down. I tried to put the legs down to lower the profile, but I realized later that just popping the pins and closing it up would've saved it. The amazing thing is that only the side that bowed in and the corresponding support poles came apart. It is very sturdy. So, yes, it is a great price for a great product. I know, weird review for a 5 star! Many canopies of similar size and price would not have even held up as long as this did.