Quick pitch and sturdy, the Oztent Screen House erects to provide a roomy shade shelter in seconds.
Made with flexible fiberglass poles terminated in ultra tough mechanisms, the Oztent Screen House is pitched by simply inverting the walls, and putting two flexible upright poles in place to create a sturdy and roomy enclosure with four mesh sides and a single zippered entrance.
With pack up being just as easy as it is to pitch, the Oztent Screen House has a seam sealed waterproof roof, optional side walls and mesh floor saver, and comes backed with a 2 year warranty.
We absolutely love our Oztent Screen House. We are using it instead of a tent, and in fine weather (which is all we've had so far) it is perfect and so much easier to put up and down than our tent. It may be difficult in wet weather. We suggest a modification to the front opening screen. Make it the same as the sided with a velcro wall but with a zip in the middle and little overlaps at the top the same as the sides. We are having a waterproof floor made for it.
perfect - easy - we use instead of battling with an annex on our camper
Absolutely love it!!! So easy to put up & down % fantastic at dog trials as dogs can be free inside it rather than being crated all day.
Great service,good price & free delivery I would definitely recommend Snowys to buy from . The shadehouse is a breeze to put up & pull down, what more could you want.
Walked inside one on the banks of the river at Innamincka. Came home and bought one. Love it.
Love the ease of putting this up compared to our old gazebo. Great to take to dog trials, dogs can be free to make themselves comfy inside without the need to crate them
Was really pleased with how fast my order was handled and dispatched AND free postage - great!
My hubby and I go on a lot of picnics and wanted a screen house that was fast and easy to erect - we dont have time to fiddle about with complicated flytents - and the Oztent screenhouse fits the bill perfectly. Thankyou so much.
We bought this a couple of months ago and have been using it almost daily for the past eight weeks. The zip now splits on every use, the reflective coating on the ceiling is peeling off and the fabric is pulling away on every single one of the peg eyelets. Foolishly missed out on the 14day window to get my warranty card mailed off so poor me. Feel totally ripped off at the price, but that's definitely not a criticism of Snowy's (you guys are ace). Just want to give everyone else a heads up!
G'day Cass. Firstly - thank you for your review, this is very helpful for us. We rarely hear of any issues with Oztent products, they're well known for their durability. If you have a minute, please give us a call on 1300 914 007, we want to do our best to fix the problem.
love it, perfect size . easy to erect as shown in video. added walls to stop any wind ,will be trying it out in july @ Exmouth
One picture is green and one picture is blue. How many colours do they come in? Also is it right that there is no front solid wall option? This would mean it can't be fully covered in for privacy? Thanks.
I'm not quite sure which pictures you've looked at but the Oztent Screen House we sell only comes in green (There is an OzTrail 3x3 screen house with inner kit which is similar that comes in blue).
There is also a solid wall additional option called the screen house wall square which gives privacy and protection.
In the video on the website, there is a slide further in that it looks blue. Green is good, thanks. I meant the front zip door for a solid wall to enclose the whole tent or is this always just mesh. Is there any Velcro on the front door that you could attach a wall or no Velcro? Thanks.
The Oztent Screen House isn't designed to have a solid wall go over the door panel as then you wouldn't be able to use the door itself. Unfortunately, you can't get a solid panel with a zip either.
Does this stay up in the wind or gusts? Is it more or less stable than the bigger, hex design?
The Oztent Screen House will more or less have the same stability as the Screen House Hex. As for holding up in windy conditions - in driving wind or rain it's going to reach it's limitations, as it's designed as a shade house.
In a gust of wind though, it should hold up well as long as you peg it out properly.
Is a carry bay included, if not are they optional
I've just checked with Oztent, and the Screen House does come with a heavy duty carry bag - it seems we didn't have that bit of info on our product page, so I do apologise about that - but I've just added it, so the correct details should be live right now.
G'day Nathan, the Oztent Screen House is free standing - so you can use it as an extra room or shade shelter, but it can’t be connected to RV tents.
Hi Tracy, the Oztent Screen House is made from a fine mesh that is definitely insect proof, but there’s no specific information about midges. In general, small biting insects do have a knack of finding their way in through any gaps at the base of shelter, or when doors are opened so that’s something you might want to keep that in mind.
I looked at the oztent website youtube video and it doesn't indicate that any additional poles are required. According to the video it just pops up! Is this correct or are there additional poles
where do the poles that make it sturdy fit they are included in the video and are the optional side walls included in the package?
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