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Close up view of a top corner inside of the Wenzel Smartshade Screen House showing the pole connections

Smartshade Screen House

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Keep Bugs At Bay

Enjoying the great outdoors is even greater with the sturdy Smartshade Screen House to keep pesky bugs at bay. Perfect for picnics or BBQs, it comes with removable screen walls that deflect insects, and has a frame built of steel with quick-release buttons so you can easily adjust height in an instant.


  • Floor Size: 10'x10'
  • Floor Area: 100 sq. ft.
  • Peak Height: 115"
  • Weight: 41lbs. 8oz.
  • Material: Polyester
  • Packaged Size: 10.6"x7"x48.5"
  • Doors: 2


  • Easy Release Buttons Ensure Quick And Easy Pinch Free Height Adjustment
  • Sturdy Steel Frame With Powder Coating For Enhanced Durability
  • Guy Out Points And Guy Lines At All Four Corners For Added Stability
  • Versatile Deck Feet With Anchor Points For Stakes And Screws
  • Dual Stabilizer Arms Provide Added Eave Support
  • Includes Removable Corner Mesh Storage Loft
  • Rolling Storage Duffel For Ease Of Packing And Portability
  • Heavy Duty 210D Polyester Fabric Is Water Repellent And UV Resistant
  • Sets Up In Minutes
  • Removable Screen Walls
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    1. Best Quality

      Just purchased this week, for use this weekend...After setting up several different pop ups from various companies, around an Amateur Radio Field Day site...I was very glad I had researched a lot of different pop ups on the market...and chose the Wenzel....the unit came as I ordered, with exactly what I ordered ie...the sun/windscreens. The overall quality surprised many of the of the other pop ups we had put up, blew over, and ripped the top, The Wenzel held steady in place thanks to the extra flaps on the corners so it could be tied down with stakes...I had one of the wind/sunscreens up because of the blinding sun, it worked perfectly, and attached very easy to the poles, absolutely no problems. Its hard today to find a quality product at a very fair price. Thanks Wenzel .... on Jun 26th 2016

    2. It did great!!!

      We kept it up from the time that we purchased it in May until the snow took it down last week! It is a little hard putting up the first time. But, since we did not ever take it down. I guess that it does stretch a little. Reason that I am giving it 5 stars. It went through a bunch of wind and storms. And, stayed up right. Just had to tighten the tie downs a couple of times. on Jan 30th 2016