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Outsunny 2.7x2.7M Garden Heavy Duty Gazebo Marquee Party Tent Canopy Green £19.99 at eBay outsunny
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If that's "heavy duty" I'd dread to think what a light duty one would look like.
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The NHS may want to buy a few of these and make into a field hospital. It'll probably take longer to erect than the Chinese can build a 500 bed hospital
If that's "heavy duty" I'd dread to think what a light duty one would look like.
Brilliant - looking forward to taking this to Glasto this year!
Anyone got recommendations for a 2m gazebo to place over a hot-tub?
Heavy duty , it looks like the tubes we used to use for pea shooters, good for someone I guess, I'll pass on this one.
saintscouple23/03/2020 16:24

Anyone got recommendations for a 2m gazebo to place over a hot-tub?


I don't have a hot tub but i have had a few gazebos over the years so personally I would recommend one with a pretty sturdy metal framework that you can bolt down to preferably to concrete or patio slabs, Especially if you want it to stay put otherwise you'll be chasing it down the street in your swim wear when it becomes a massive 3m x 3m kite

The above example I wouldn't even bother with unless there was a guarantee of no wind
saintscouple23/03/2020 16:24

Anyone got recommendations for a 2m gazebo to place over a hot-tub?


This is bigger at 3 x 3 and expensive but as said I would go for something you can bolt down. I have the 4 x 3 version of this and have been vert happy with it but I did pick it up cheap in a sale.
saintscouple23/03/2020 16:24

Anyone got recommendations for a 2m gazebo to place over a hot-tub?


Hot tub? Are you breeding your own CV? Plenty out there for free!
kobrakaan123/03/2020 19:49

I don't have a hot tub but i have had a few gazebos over the years so …I don't have a hot tub but i have had a few gazebos over the years so personally I would recommend one with a pretty sturdy metal framework that you can bolt down to preferably to concrete or patio slabs, Especially if you want it to stay put otherwise you'll be chasing it down the street in your swim wear when it becomes a massive 3m x 3m kite The above example I wouldn't even bother with unless there was a guarantee of no wind



kipster23/03/2020 20:03

This is bigger at 3 x 3 and expensive but as said I would go for something …This is bigger at 3 x 3 and expensive but as said I would go for something you can bolt down. I have the 4 x 3 version of this and have been vert happy with it but I did pick it up cheap in a sale.


Yeah, this will be placed on decking so need one that can be screwed down to that.
I've seen 'all-seasons' gets good reviews, £129 but frame and material should last.
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