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yes, it is convenient, the smaller volume can be formed by the complete folding, and the occupying space is small
gina
· July 20, 2018
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I’ve had mine outside now for a couple months. I built a pvc frame using small bungee cords to hold it in place.

So far it’s held up nice and I don’t detect any loss of its stretch. Sun and rain. Dries fast. … see more
I’ve had mine outside now for a couple months. I built a pvc frame using small bungee cords to hold it in place.

So far it’s held up nice and I don’t detect any loss of its stretch. Sun and rain. Dries fast.

Wind is the issue of course. The bungees allow me to quickly slides both vertical sides to the center and I wrap another small bungee to hold the now very narrow screen together so the wind doesn’t catch it.

Next evening, I simply slide the top and bottoms back to the sides for use.

By the way... I didn’t glue the pvc... I can take the whole thing apart and move it in 5 minutes.

So far I like the product. For the price, if it lasts 6 months it’s a fine deal. About equal to one pay per view movie a month. see less
I’ve had mine outside now for a couple months. I built a pvc frame using small bungee cords to hold it in place.

So far it’s held up nice and I don’t detect any loss of its stretch. Sun and rain. Dries fast.

Wind is the issue of course. The bungees allow me to quickly slides both vertical sides to the center and I wrap another small bungee to hold the now very narrow screen together so the wind doesn’t catch it.

Next evening, I simply slide the top and bottoms back to the sides for use.

By the way... I didn’t glue the pvc... I can take the whole thing apart and move it in 5 minutes.

So far I like the product. For the price, if it lasts 6 months it’s a fine deal. About equal to one pay per view movie a month.

RWD
· October 22, 2019
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Shockingly bright but that will also be dictated by the projector and the amount of light in the room not necessarily the screen itself
Keron5K
· June 7, 2020
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The screen comes with hooks and ropes that you could use to attach the screen to a wall or you could hang the screen from a frame using bungee cords.
LD
· June 1, 2020
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It's not a problem,to see a great picture, even when hung by itself.
joseph savalas
· September 17, 2018
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I only use two hooks on the bottom, and two at the top. If it's not windy where ur going to hang it then u should be fine.
Jorge Serrano
· August 25, 2019
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Not sure but it is less than 1:1
Rob G
· October 22, 2019
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NO,this screen is a real screen,it installs on the wall into a flattened rectangle, with black boarder straight no sag, will not like a web shape. The screen is flat without wrinkles
Edward Matkin
· July 19, 2018
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Xbox yes. Son says firestick is Bluetooth and cannot connect to a projector.
Birdman
· April 25, 2020
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It doesn't stick to the wall. You secure it to the wall with hooks in the grommets along the edges. We used four hooks outside on our patio for a movie night and it worked awesome...
R S Merritt
· December 2, 2020