Compact, colourful and extra sturdy – the Fiesta Deluxe 2.4 Gazebo from OZtrail provides you with reliable shelter at the campsite, on the sidelines or in your own backyard.
The Fiesta Deluxe offers extra strength and stability in the wind compared to its other compact counterparts as it has reinforced cross gables on the frame. The powder-coated steel frame has ABS componentry for strength, and its structure is certified by Australian Engineers.
The canopy is made from 150D fire retardant polyester, with an internal silver coating and a UVtex coating to block out 98% of UV radiation. It also has triple layer reinforced corners, externally bound roof line seams to increase canopy tension, and roof vents to dissipate wind.
With three height options- 175cm, 190cm, and 205cm you can adjust it to the rest of your set up, and the heavy duty wheeled carry bag makes transport easy. A sturdy and compact shade choice for all kinds of use, set the Fiesta Deluxe 2.4 up whenever you need reliable shelter.
Is the fiesta deluxe 2.4m gazebo waterproof
The Oztrail Fiesta Deluxe 2.4 gazebo canopy is made using a waterproof fabric but I'd only say they'll keep out light rain as they're not really designed as a totally waterproof structure on their own. Adding walls in will definitely help you out here. But if you need something for a quick bit of shelter they'll do the trick!
Do you have e photos of the internal frame ro see what it looks like?
I had to do some digging but I've managed to find one for you! The below photo is of the Oztrail Fiesta Deluxe 2.4 Gazebo without its canopy.
How long does it take to put up?
I'd suggest that if you were setting up the Oztrail Fiesta 2.4 Gazebo from scratch, including pegging out the guy ropes and putting the canopy on, then it would take about 10 minutes for an individual.
Does the frame for the roof just go from the corner to the peak, or does it also have the frame going to a centre pole like the standard deluxe gazebo does?
I've just headed downstairs to check with one of our gazebo pros, Brock. He told me that the new Oztrail Fiesta Deluxe 2.4 Gazebo design is a little different to the standard Oztrail Deluxe Gazeboes. It doesn't have that centre pole or the poles that go to meet in the middle like the standard one does.
Just wanting to find out the difference between the Fiesta Deluxe 2.4 and the Deluxe Compact 2.4. It looks like the Fiesta is a bit smaller (when packed) and lighter. The prices are similar too. Is one sturdier than the other or able to do a better job keeping off rain or shading from sun?
The Oztrail "Fiesta Deluxe" Series 2.4 has a smaller gauge steel tubing used in the frame; it is only 28mm as compared to the Oztrail "Deluxe" Series 2.4 which uses 32mm steel tube. The same fabric is used on both, so there will be no difference in the waterproof rating or shadeproofing.
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