Reddit Reddit reviews AmazonBasics Pop-Up Canopy Tent - 10' x 10', Blue

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AmazonBasics Pop-Up Canopy Tent - 10' x 10', Blue
Steel frame pop-up canopy with cathedral style roof for maximum headroomAngled leg design provides 96 square feet of shadeTop provides 99% UV protection from the sun's harmful raysWheeled bag for easy transportHigh grade steel frame with white powder coat finish helps prevent chipping, peeling, rust and corrosion. Not recommended for use in prolonged rain or during strong wind.
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11 Reddit comments about AmazonBasics Pop-Up Canopy Tent - 10' x 10', Blue:

u/UnicornToots · 10 pointsr/beyondthebump

I personally never heard of having a catered first birthday party at a hall. That sounds ridiculous. Every one we've been to has been at a person's house, and that's how we did ours. We also didn't open presents in front of people, because we asked for no presents (which, of course, nobody listened to).

Invites were basic: location, start time, end time, time at which cake would be cut, and that we'd be providing food (not just snacks) and beverages. Also, as mentioned above, we asked for no gifts and put that on the invites. We invited about 30 people (including children) and about 20 showed up.

It was from 2-5pm (after her 2nd nap) and we said cake would be at 4. We bought a canopy tent thing like this because there was a chance of rain. We kept one table and the kiddie toys under it. We have a patio set that provided seating, too, and had spare folding chairs scattered around our patio. We have a breezeway/two-season room that leads to the back yard and that's where we kept all of the food and drinks. We did her cake smash outside under the awning.

We did it similarly for her second birthday party last weekend - awning (even though it didn't rain, it was good for sun protection), toys, etc. but we did a Facebook Event rather than paper invites. We also didn't serve food - just snacks, drinks, and cupcakes. We invited about 25 and shy of 20 showed up.

For her 3rd birthday next year, I plan on doing it much much smaller.

u/DrFunkensteinPhD · 6 pointsr/Coachella

Amazon has a deal on a 10' x 10' straight legged canopy for under $70. Pretty good deal and you can never have too much shade

u/necklasbeardedwonder · 5 pointsr/AutoDetailing

Dude they make collapsible ones that will easily fit. canopy

u/Zelfed · 3 pointsr/bonnaroo

This isn't about Bonnaroo specifically, but does anybody have any recommendations for tarps? I am trying to find something that I can hang from my canopy (I'd also take recommendations for canopies, this is my first year). I'm considering buying this canopy, and I'd like to buy something I can hang from the east side to prevent the sun from roasting me in the mornings. I guess I also need to buy something that goes on the ground underneath the canopy. I'm completely new to this camping thing so any advice/recommendations are greatly appreciated! Thanks!!

u/Any0nymouse · 3 pointsr/camping

After a quick google of "tall tents" There are apparently several companies that have put out what is essentially a tent liner to the super quick up "canopy" tents with metal frames. They essentially clip inside the canopy frames.

EX, Buy a 10'x10' Canopy and then buy the 10'x10' Tent insert for it.

Short of that, just search Amazon for "tall tent" and there are 5K results to choose from..

This is a nice one, Instant up 80" height and 4 person...

u/clumpsmcgee · 2 pointsr/FireflyFestival

Some things I didn't see are to bring a cover of some kind.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0145R49C8/ref=mh_s9_acsd_top_b3YYH9X_c_x_4_w?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=mobile-hybrid-3&pf_rd_r=1NFNJH08RD69SV58HS2K&pf_rd_t=30901&pf_rd_p=fc5b70d5-5693-52d8-9b98-7c0ee60f6b87&pf_rd_i=3258963011

You can find a cheap one at Wal Mart. Get this for your table, chairs, cooler, etc. and get a tarp to drape from the cover over your tent. You are not going to get any shade from the festival and your tent will heat up throughout the day if its not blacked out. Plus, its easier to sleep in (the sun starts to rise at around six or seven am over the summer).

My best advice is PLAN. Plan out the acts you want to see. I usually hung out at camp until three or four o clock before heading to the grounds. It is so hot and so sunny. You can, of course, spend the whole day there, but I had a much less miserable experience when I just waited until the hottest part of the day was over. I also got less of a sunburn.

They don't let you bring aerosols, bottles (unless they're empty), or food into the festival, so bring cream sunscreen and hydrate and eat well before you go in. That's not something they really mention anywhere until you get there. The food is not worth the price, neither is the beer. Its best to eat your own food.

And one last thing, the campsites are TINY. Bring a small tent and a small car and you'll be fine. It's only two of you so you shouldn't need much room but it gets crowded quickly.

Also, make baby powder your friend. You're allowed to bring it in to the festival. Saved mine and my friends lives from some awful chafing.

I hope you have lots of fun! Firefly was the high light of my summer last year! I won't be going this year because I don't really like anyone in the lineup, but definitely one of my favorite experiences. Stay safe, stay hydrated, stay out of the sun when you can, and make friends!

u/Scoregasm · 2 pointsr/Coachella
u/____tinymouse____ · 1 pointr/parentsofmultiples

I recommend borrowing the following two things from friends -

Summer Infant Pop-n-Play
https://www.amazon.com/Summer-Infant-Play-Portable-Playard/dp/B00KBGTRAC/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1495664261&sr=8-1&keywords=pop%2Bn%2Bplay&th=1

Canopy - for shade and hanging towels

Something that looks like this (or smaller): https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Pop-Up-Canopy-Tent-10/dp/B0145R49C8/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1495664326&sr=8-6&keywords=beach+canopy

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As for getting them to the beach, you can get a beach cart - or borrow/rent a jogging stroller (with giant wheels for getting over the dunes).

Don't forget that you can always back-carry your twins in carriers (Ergo/Tula, etc) - to leave your hands free to carry stuff and set up.

If you've never back-carried before in a carrier, it's awesome. And generally people will think you and your wife (and babies) look super adorable as you walk along. Here's a how to:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImBAhltsbRQ

u/losleezy · 1 pointr/ElectricForest

I've been super impressed with the quality of my AmazonBasics 10x10 canopy. It's only $95 and with Prime there's free shipping. It made it through Shambhala last year no problem with a bit of wind and rain.