Eureka Screen House Shelter

Priced: $119.92 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
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Enjoy a wonderful dinner in the great outdoors without having to bat away mosquitoes every five seconds. The Eureka Screen House Shelter blocks out weather with a full roof and annoying bugs with four mesh wall panels. Two full-length doors zip completely open and out of the way so you can get in and out of the Screen House Shelter easily. You won't spend hours setting this either as the ring and pin assembly and the Eureka hub make it fast and easy to set up. When the sun comes out full force, make your way inside the Eureka Screen House and enjoy a UV resistant 75D StormShield polyester roof cloth. The strong steel external frame stays put through windy days.
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Eureka Screen House Shelter Reviews:

Negative Reviews:

We bought this screen house for use at our home ( north central Maine, summertime). 4 pole design was not adequate for windy conditions -- it buckled within a few days & the center hub cracked. Customer service was excellent; we returned it and got full refund.

Esther Gass at Backcountry.com on 08/07/2013

Neutral Reviews:

I bought this shelter mainly for beach camping to keep the bugs at bay when we eat. It is a very well-made shelter, only if the wind is below 15MPH. We had a thunderstorm come through with a confirmed 25MPH wind gust and the top joint that connects the poles almost split in half. We shippied it back and were refunded our money, Backcountry has excellent customer service. All-in-all, I would recommend this shelter for use at your home, or if you know it going to storm, take it down.

Brandy Culbertson at Backcountry.com on 06/07/2012