Is your family on the larger side and completely useless at pitching tents? Well, let the clever Speedy Family Pop-Up Sun Shelter from Explore Planet Earth make light work of it.
Popping up in an instant, the Speedy Family Pop-Up Sun Shelter protects you and your little ones from the harsh Aussie sun with its UPF 50+ rated fabric. A zippered panel on the back delivers extra protection when closed or great ventilation when opened up, and it has a detachable floor that you can sit on.
Also featuring a durable non-corrosive spring steel frame, this pop-up beach shade includes pegs and a sandbag anchor for stability and has built-in sand and storage pockets for keeping small items at hand. And it’s as easy to pack up as it is to set up!
UPF 50+ rating
Non-corrosive spring steel frame
Zippered back panel for extra protection
Sand and storage pockets
Pegs and sandbag anchor included
Carry bag included
245L x 150W cm
65L x 65W x 7H cm
Max. Head Height:
Polyester | UV Protection UPF50+
Staff tip:The colour of the floor, sand pockets, logo and carry bag of the current version may be different to the older model shown in the video.
I bought one of these 9 years ago - these are an absolutely brilliant invention BUT has some snivelling little bean counter worked out that he can save 20 cents on production cost with a lighter guage spring steel?They were a bit on the flimsy side ten years ago, have they gotten worse or better in that department?1 answer
I'm asking about the Pop-up Sun Shelter
Stephen - Gold Coast(3 years ago)
From what we can tell the currently Pop-Up Sunshelters are essentially the same as they have been for a number of years. It's hard to give an exact answer without looking at the steel diameter in a 10-year-old one versus the new one, however what we can say is that they have excellent reviews, and they've been a strong seller at Snowys for the better part of the last decade.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Have found these in a shop for sale $20.00 cheaper than on here ???????????????1 answer
marilyn - Maitland (4 years ago)
That's no good! We like to keep our prices as sharp as possible, so if you could either give us a call on 1300 914 007 or send us an email at email@example.com with all the pricing details ready to go, then we can look into matching it for you.
Emily - Snowys(4 years ago)
Stand against wind and floor?1 answer
Does this tent stand up well against wind? And does the floor have to be attached after assembly (or can it be left on when packing up)?
Val - NSW(4 years ago)
Nothing in the world is totally windproof, unfortunately. Whilst the Smart Shade Pop-Up Beach Sunshelter - Family does hold its own against some moderate winds, I'd certainly suggest that you take it down if the wind starts picking up. As for the detachable floor, whilst you can fold it up with the floor still attached, it does make it a little tricker and it might get in the way. I'd probably just recommend that it might be easier removing it and reattaching it next time you set it up.
Ben - Snowys(4 years ago)
Can you ship to NZ?1 answer
NZ shipping option
Mike - Timaru(5 years ago)
Thanks for taking an interest in Snowys - we're always happy to hear from folks across the pond, but unfortunately we are only shipping within Australia at this time.
Emily - Snowys(5 years ago)
Does the carry bag have straps or handle? 1 answer
just wondering whether it is easy to take with me
Mario - Newtown(5 years ago)
I've just had a look for you, and I've found that the Smart Shade Pop Up Beach Sunshelter comes with a bag that has two carry straps - so you should be able to just sling this shade over your shoulder.Â
Emily - Snowys(5 years ago)
Hi does the ground sheet come with this or do you have to purchase it?1 answer
Gary - Adelaide(5 years ago)
The groundsheet comes with the shelter, but is removable so you can choose whether or not to have it on.Â
Lisa - Snowys(5 years ago)
Air flow1 answer
Does this have a mesh window panel at all that can be closed when not needed to let air flow through thanks
Hayden - Woonona(6 years ago)
Iâ€™ve just checked this for you in-store, and the Smart Shade Pop-Up Beach Sunshelter does not have a mesh window on the back panel.Â
If you have a look at the product image, you can see a seam down the middle of the shelter â€“ this is a zip that allows you to open the back panel up to ventilate the shelter, so you will be able to get a good amount of air flow when you're using it.Â