All Seasons Gazebo 3×3
This All Seasons Gazebo 3×3 is the perfect solution if you’re looking for a Pop up gazebo that is strong, waterproof and from a reliable brand.
Predictably, it’s not the cheapest gazebo on Amazon, however, if you’re looking for strength and protection from bad weather then that feature doesn’t come cheap.
This gazebo is simple to build but you will require additional help and personally, I would recommend at least 3 people to help build it.
You may wonder why a pop up gazebo should require 3 people to build, this is not due to the difficulty to erect it and is merely down to the design.
Concertina gazebos are purposely designed for ease of build, however, as with all concertina frames, the corners ideally need to be lifted in unison so as not to break.
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In the box that arrives at your door will be;
- Fully waterproof canopy (260g sqm)
- Concertina steel frame
- Carry bag with wheels
- Tent pegs x8
- Guide ropes x4
- Leg weight bags x4
- Care guide
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Super quality & extra strong gazebo
- Extremely Strong
- Excellent Quality
- Well Made
- Not cheap
There are lots to like about the All seasons 3x3m gazebo. It has quite a few features that the general public require in order to have a strong gazebo that they can rely on such as;
- Waterproof – Able to keep their party dry
- Strong – Can resist harsh weather and remain intact
- Guide ropes & Tent pegs – The ability to secure your gazebo to the ground
Here’s a little more about the main features.
Having a waterproof gazebo is important for a variety of reasons. The main reason being that your party doesn’t come to an end if it rains and what makes this canopy waterproof is the higher grade of waterproofing.
The waterproofing grade of the All seasons 3x3m gazebo is 260g.
What you will find when looking at pop up gazebos on Amazon is that the majority of waterproof gazebos are described as waterproof. However, they may well be waterproof but you’ll find that they are only around 190g which is of a lower grade and will keep you dry to a certain level but may not protect you against really heavy downpours.
The All Seasons 3x3m gazebo will keep you dry in very heavy downpours
This concertina style frame has lots of additional areas where it offers more strength than most other gazebos.
First of all, the strength starts in the roof with a cross truss design to further reinforce the canopy.
In total it has 24 built in roof struts that make a huge difference in adding much more strength to the roof.
This feature means that you do not need wind bars. Wind bars are normally provided where there is clearly a weakness.
This pop up gazebo does not have any roof weaknesses and therefore doesn’t require wind bars.
The matte black let the rainwater run off the frame and also when the frame is handled it doesn’t leave fingerprints which are aesthetically pleasing. It also adds a lot more strength.
The rust resistance also helps your gazebo stand the test of time which in the long run will save you money by not having to purchase another gazebo anytime soon.
Guide ropes & Tent pegs
Do not underestimate the importance of having guide ropes and tent pegs. Countless gazebos are damaged every year by sudden gusts of wind.
Don’t forget this is the U.K, so why would we trust the weather when year in year out we constantly moan about the unpredictability of it.
3 tips to securing your gazebo
Below we have 3 quite simple tips to help ensure your gazebo is not blown away.
- Always use all parts provided. Especially, the tent pegs and guy ropes. If you cannot use the guy ropes with the tent pegs then try and tie the guy ropes around a secure object instead.
- Try and find a more secluded spot to pitch your gazebo. Whilst this is a very strong gazebo I will always advise you to try and limit the exposure the gazebo receives from the wind.
- The gazebo comes with leg weight sand bags. You can fill these with any heavy material including sand, stones or soil. Its recommended that when adding your material to put it in a carrier bag just so things are a little cleaner and tidier.