Information about ABO Gear Aerodome 5-in-1 Beach Shelter
Overstock. Vented nylon beach shelter from ABO Gear fits into a shoulder bag and sets up easily with fiberglass poles. Use as sun shelter or changing room at the beach. Also great as fishing hut, overnight tent, or kids' play tent.
Reviewed by The Bear Lady from Monroe, nc on Thursday, August 25, 2011
Planning a Fall trip to the Outer Banks and points South. I am prone to sunburn and sometimes the breeze gets too much on the beach. This is IDEAL. Tried it in the backyard and found room for me, a 6'4" husband and a Irish Wolfhound sized dog (a little tight with her inside 'cause its like anothe...
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Reviewed by Melin from Harpers Ferry WV on Tuesday, June 9, 2015
We were laughing so hard trying to put this thing up. If there is the slightest wind, it is a trick to put up. That said, once it was up the smaller children loved it. There was a breeze and shelter from the sun. It was very comfortable. Easy to take down.
Reviewed by spunch66 from Massachusetts on Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Received this just in time for a very windy beach day. Most people had to shut down their umbrellas and tents but this little tent held off a very strong wind and kept us sheltered thanks to the sand pockets. Easy to set up and I like that you can also zip up your belongings when you leave for a walk. Would highly recommend.
Reviewed by Pilote from SoCal on Monday, August 18, 2014
...i did have some issues. the shock cord on the main pole broke on first use. on inspection, it was a low grade shock cord. i still was able to assemble it and use it, but it was a major hassle. i have since obtained quality 1/8" shock cordage and re-threaded all three poles with it, and that will last a long time (as long as the poles don't break LOL). the shelter in operation is great. for me it was worth it to replace the shock cords in the poles because the design and idea is sound.
i can see how someone hamfisted and rough can tear the nylon up on assembly; the solution is, don't be...it's you're own fault if you tear the material up during assembly, it's not difficult to do but it sure isn't "automatic and effortless".
Reviewed by greenighs from California on Sunday, July 27, 2014
The fiberglass poles ripped the nylon sleeves as we assembled this the first time. I thought maybe we were too rough, so we tried to be gentler the second time and it ripped again. It's too bad, because the zipper is good, the pockets on the outside to weight with sand are perfect.
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