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JCPenney.com has Outdoor Oasis Outdoor Gazebo on sale for $249 - $62.25 w/ coupon code 22BUYNOW = $186.75. Shipping is free. Thanks persian_mafia

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118x112"H and features a powder-coated steel frame and water-repellant canopy.

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I have one almost identical to the Amazon link we got at Big Lots years back. It's been up canopy and all for 3 years now. Even with 2 years of 10 inch at a time snow it is still standing. Numerous severe thunderstorms 60+ mph gust reported. I did tapcon the post into the concrete patio and every year I have to tighten things up again. The canopy is needing replaced and is becoming brittle but not bad for $120 at the time. The only difference I see between mine and the amazon one is the slight overhang. Mine the canopy doesn't do that but is 2 tier as it is.

Kentucky weather is pretty extreme one way or the other. They say to take it down if severe weather is expected, but after you assemble it you'll realize how insane that would be to do every time you suspect a thunderstorm is coming. Doing it in winter is probably not a bad idea but we don't. The netting on these get ripped pretty easy, I think they went the first year.
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100 cap on durability
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100 cap on durability
Can you clarify?
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Nice price.
If this gets expired, you can try this! http://www.amazon.com/Sunjoy-L-GZ...B01KPJ3X7W
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Can anyone testify how this will hold up to the occasional heavy winds 40+ mph?
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Nice price.
If this gets expired, you can try this! http://www.amazon.com/Sunjoy-L-GZ...B01KPJ3X7W
This one looks a lot flimsier
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Just bought this from Wal-Mart online last week for around 130 with free shipping. should be here this week. i like that Penny's slashed their price from $720. what a steal!!!!!!
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Just bought this from Wal-Mart online last week for around 130 with free shipping. should be here this week. i like that Penny's slashed their price from $720. what a steal!!!!!!
Which one did u get ftom walmart?
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Can anyone testify how this will hold up to the occasional heavy winds 40+ mph?
I have one almost identical to the Amazon link we got at Big Lots years back. It's been up canopy and all for 3 years now. Even with 2 years of 10 inch at a time snow it is still standing. Numerous severe thunderstorms 60+ mph gust reported. I did tapcon the post into the concrete patio and every year I have to tighten things up again. The canopy is needing replaced and is becoming brittle but not bad for $120 at the time. The only difference I see between mine and the amazon one is the slight overhang. Mine the canopy doesn't do that but is 2 tier as it is.

Kentucky weather is pretty extreme one way or the other. They say to take it down if severe weather is expected, but after you assemble it you'll realize how insane that would be to do every time you suspect a thunderstorm is coming. Doing it in winter is probably not a bad idea but we don't. The netting on these get ripped pretty easy, I think they went the first year.
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I have one almost identical to the Amazon link we got at Big Lots years back. It's been up canopy and all for 3 years now. Even with 2 years of 10 inch at a time snow it is still standing. Numerous severe thunderstorms 60+ mph gust reported. I did tapcon the post into the concrete patio and every year I have to tighten things up again. The canopy is needing replaced and is becoming brittle but not bad for $120 at the time. The only difference I see between mine and the amazon one is the slight overhang. Mine the canopy doesn't do that but is 2 tier as it is.

Kentucky weather is pretty extreme one way or the other. They say to take it down if severe weather is expected, but after you assemble it you'll realize how insane that would be to do every time you suspect a thunderstorm is coming. Doing it in winter is probably not a bad idea but we don't. The netting on these get ripped pretty easy, I think they went the first year.
We get Santa Ana winds (35 and 45 mph) in gusts, I just dont want to anchor it to the floor only to see the top in my neighbors yard haha
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40+ mph wind?? 😅 that aint no occasional wind. Thats a freakin hurricane sir. Lol.
Look at this Meteorologist lmao
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40+ mph wind?? 😅 that aint no occasional wind. Thats a freakin hurricane sir. Lol.
Do you live in Texas? And if so, what parts are you in where you don't get a 40 mph-er? Certainly not dfw, west Texas or central Texas.
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40+ mph wind?? 😅 that aint no occasional wind. Thats a freakin hurricane sir. Lol.
Wow. Learn a bit about weather outside your bubble.
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