Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by FulltimeRV Well Made
This product is very well made and attractive. The assembly instructions need to be changed - attach the clip and bungee supports to the top center poles as you raise the poles - not after you raise them.
The no-see-um screening is effective but prevents air flow - it gets hot inside. We found it is a bit better to have the breezeway in the shade. We used a fan inside.
Also, when we wanted to have the screens opened, we did not use the ties provided because it seemed to put too much pressure on the zipper at the top. So we used close pins to attach the bottom zipper area to the bungee at the top corner pole.
What we would really like is to have a product that had regular screening - with no-see-um screening available to roll down or zip down when needed. We would gladly pay whatever the cost for that combo! LL Bean - please make one!
April 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by April9 Screen tent
Screen tent was easy to setup & when ready to store was quick to fold & place in compact storage bag which fit nicely in our Class A RV compartment. Large enough for camping table with 4 chairs or 2 large reclining lawn chair. Delivered promptly in excellent condition
April 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nuts4Quilts Eureka Breezeway Screen House
Very good quality, very easy to install and very light weight.
February 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by frankp01 Heavy duty screen room
This is a very sturdy, yet very easy to assemble screen room. It uses clips exclusively, rather than having to feed the aluminum tubes through a tunnel of fabric, meaning it can be assembled very quickly. The tubing is a heavy guage, and the tent is quite sturdy when assembled... this means this isn't the lightest tent out there, but it is built to last.
December 5, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Moxie Good addition for family camping
We have camped with this Eureka screen house since 1993 and it has been the perfect compliment to our family tent. It comfortably fits the varying sizes of picnic tables found in campgrounds with room to spare. The high ceiling gives a sense of roominess and has a hook for suspending a lantern. Two people can set it up easily in five minutes and the two doors give help with site placement. The net wall slopes outward to create the 12 x 12 space. The webbing that connects the roof and netting is an excellent feature to incorporate in weatherproofing the sides. Each year we purchase 3-4 rolls of cheap plastic painters' drop cloth and attach it to the webbing using clothes pins. It provides good rain protection and keeps in the warmth on chilly mornings. The caveat is to keep an opening for continual air flow. This screen house is quality equipment that has enhanced and endured our family's camping experience.
July 31, 2010