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Pop Up Gazebo was £89.99 now £44.99 @ Argos (Reserve online and collect instore)
Pop Up Gazebo was £89.99 now £44.99 @ Argos (Reserve online and collect instore)

Pop Up Gazebo was £89.99 now £44.99 @ Argos (Reserve online and collect instore)

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Instant lightweight pop up gazebo can be put up or folded down in seconds.
Side panels available separately.
Weight 17kg.
Size (H)2.7, (W)3, (L)3m.
Self assembly: 2 people recommended.
Packed flat for home assembly.

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Be aware that you dont get the side panels. Kinda sucks the marrow from what initially looked a good deal :-(

nice deal, but when looking could see a pop up with side panels all in one pack and this came out for £65.26 so cheaper than buying the two items seperately (£45 plus £30 = £75) code is 650/1974. Only thing is then you get a blue gazebo.

Heat and rep on its way, just got to decide which colour!!!:thumbsup:

Focus have got some of these in stock!

Recently (last week) bought a pop up gazebo from netto in Heybridge, Essex for only £27.99. Same dimensions and seems nice and sturdy. Easy to put up. Still no side panels.

We use one of these camping as a windbreak/sit out dining area works great, had one from Argos now for the past 5 years (with bought seperately side panels) its been used, admittedly they really are not designed for the hardiest of weathers, but for summer camping, and the cack summers we have had its endured a lot and still going strong!

all out of stock near me. Expired ?

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Cyrus;5111684

all out of stock near me. Expired ?



No

If it's out of stock in some locations then it doesn't mean it's out of stock elsewhere

Cheaper in Netto (£27.99)

cicobuff;5109189

We use one of these camping as a windbreak/sit out dining area works … We use one of these camping as a windbreak/sit out dining area works great, had one from Argos now for the past 5 years (with bought seperately side panels) its been used, admittedly they really are not designed for the hardiest of weathers, but for summer camping, and the cack summers we have had its endured a lot and still going strong!



Some camp sites ban these because of the risk of damage to people and vehicles when they collapse in the merest of breeze, and after seeing some flying round Cornwall last "summer" with poles flailing I'm not surprised. If you need a day tent, buy a day tent that is designed for the job, e.g.

yeomansoutdoors.co.uk/pro…=75
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