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Blooma Jarvis Beige Square Gazebo, (W)3m (D)3m
This Jarvis gazebo with integrated curtains is perfect for providing extra shade, privacy and shelter in your garden.
- Assembly required
- Comes with side walls
Very flimsy not fit for purpose
Kffff - Yesterday
This would not stay up at all - a very light summer breeze and it swayed and buckled. Complete waste of time
MDO - 16 days ago
The frame of this gazebo bent in a light wind. The stitching is also poorly finished off.
Light Gazebo, handle with care.
Máire D - 8 months ago
I bought this product a few years ago.
Pros; It's handy for party's and spill over. It comes with x3 sides which is great for a bit of privacy and shelter. It stores down to nothing. It's light to carry. With 'care' it can last. I use mine 1-2 times a year. Uses normal ten pins, easy to replace.
Cons; It's a bit flimsy and can only be used on a lawn (with guy ropes) in fair weather, okay with a light rain, not good with wind. When we used it on a patio, using weights to hold down the gazebo, it swayed a lot without using the guy ropes, strained the frame, straining & cracking the tube poles so I won't do that again. The storage bag zipper busted in year 2 . The stickers to tell you the number on the poles come off easily so I numbered them with a water proof marker. The Rings and eyelets are starting to break, but that's after a few years so....
Over all, it's okay. If it goes totally bust, I'll try and buy an affordable pop up next time. Easier to assemble on ones own. This one sometimes takes two people to assemble...
Kateroo - 9 months ago
We bought this for the teenagers for the garden but it was really flimsy, see-thru sides, tiny little pegs and even when it was the stillest day, it still went flying. It wasn’t even up three days before we took it back, had caved in too many times. Totally unfit for purpose.
Suzyqueue - 9 months ago
I bought this gazebo 4 years ago. It's been used every summer since and has been brilliant. Not sure what other people are doing to bend the poles, maybe not constructed correctly. I found it to be waterproof and windproof but I have secured it to my house with hooks screwed into the brick walls. I would definitely recommend this gazebo to anyone with a bit of flat-pack or tent erecting knowledge.