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The 9'. x 9' tarp shelter creates 81 sq. ft. of shade and provides coverage from the rain. The mesh screen walls provide 360 degrees of ventilation. The screen walls of this tarp shelter conveniently unzip at two corners to allow for easy entrance and exit. -slickdewmaster

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Seems like a pretty good deal. I purchased one of these.
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I did it by myself but its a bit difficult. Two people definitely recommended. The way I did it follows:

I setup on a concrete foundation (somewhat impossible, but I got it to work). I can see this working really well on grass/dirt). It as also a 15 mph windy day.

Bought sand bags thinking I could use the canopy sand bags to prop a pole up (doesnt work, bags too short). So I stood a bag of sand up and shoved a pole in there to keep it propped up as I tried to setup the first guy line. The ones included are kinda weird, so I did buy separate paracord and ended up using those instead for the two tall poles.

I thought I could tie the guy lines to the canopy sand bags, but at only 28ish pounds, definitely wasnt strong enough. I ended up tying to a weighted down porch umbrella on one side and an orange tree on the other. Once I got one tall pole down, I had to set the opposite tall pole in a sand bag as well. The tarp is blowing in the wind all the while with no one to hold the first pole.

After the long poles are setup, one short pole I was able to tie down with a stake. The other side I attached to two canopy sand bags. It's still standing, and seems relatively stable.

So yea, proper foundation, places to attach guy lines, and another person would make setup easier. Took me three hours, but could easily take 15 minutes.

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Ordered one. We camp often and this season the bugs have been unbearable.
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Super deal if you consider the sum of the parts! Normally the netting and poles would be separate and can add up. Hopefully the quality is decent.
Thanks!!
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Can anyone comment on setup?

I'm fine with a tent, but would like something like this to keep in the car and be able to pop up quickly. Thanks.
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I didn't see anything under the descriptions from the manufacturer about the UV protection rating. Hard pass for me if it doesn't offer UV protection like the post says.
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Based on the design, I assume one person could not set this up alone. Anyone have different experience?
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Most of the reviews are part of promotion..
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Cheap enough to give it a try. Could be great for summer tent/car camping around a picnic table to keep the bugs away when eating.
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Been looking to get the MonsterMeshPod but it's been sold out. This is not exactly the same but seems simple enough to put up. Got 3 since each is only less than 1/5th the price of the MonsterMeshPod.
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Doesn't look very tall.
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Picked one up for an upcoming beach trip. Hope it works well. I'm planning on bringing some 1 gallon water bottles to use as tie down points for each corner. Will update after we use it (10 days)..

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Cheaper than buying mosquito netting straight up!
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Was going to ask how this compares to typical 10x10 EZ Ups, but looks like this trades off light weight for stability. ~10lbs for this (and 10 stakes) versus 30+ lbs for EZ Ups.
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Thanks OP, was going to get a Kelty Noah's Tarp but will try this for half the cost with poles and mosquito netting.
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