Firstly, it says what it does on the tin, and it does this superbly.
I was hoping the Scottish weather would stay this hot and dry but the weather changed for it normal conditions on this weekend past.
Up near Beauly in the Scottish Highlands we erected this Gazebo on a hillside, northerly facing with a slight slope.
We erected this in the neck of time. My girlfriend and I did this, we found this pretty straight forward and the instructions were simple to follow. We erected this over about 20-30 minutes, even on a slope.
It is largely water and wind proof. We did encounter rain showers and a some slight gusts of Scottish wind and the gazebo faired well. Though we did have to re-secure one side of the gazebo.
The only criticism I would say is that it needs ringlets on the centre of each side; the back and sides to allow a guy rope or "tent pin" to be placed in the ground. This is, I stress a miner criticism. I critically mentioned to my girlfriend I wasn't buying cheapo 3 sided gazebo, as you pay for what you get.
We held a family BBQ and everyone was inside the tent on fold up chairs. there was room for 8 - 10 people sitting on camping chairs inside and a fold-up table. Everyone was sheltered from the wind, and even when it was sunny, it was quite cool inside.
I argued against getting a cheap gazebo with only 3 sides from the main high street suppliers, as I said you pay for what you get, buy a cheap one and end up in frustration when the thing blows over or collapses.
We left the gazebo up over night in a field and it was completely as we left the it the previous day. We did however purchase gazebo weights.
This will be used time and time again, if you want a gazebo that can with stand the Scottish Highland weather or similar, I recommend this gazebo. You will not go wrong.
Even my guests were delighted with it.