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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 June 2017
Was fine for 2 years, but then (as with all flexible plastics exposed to the sun) the cover became yellowed and brittle, and then on a very windy day it split in several places and turned into 'flaps' which can't possibly be repaired.
I'm going to replace it with a glass one. More expensive and more of a faff to put up - but it will last a lot longer!
Pretty good overall. Basic quality, but it works fine for a small mini-greenhouse.
* You may find it hard to make sure it stays in place in windy conditions. I solved this by pushing it up against my wooden garden fence (with the legs on small fragments of old paving slabs), drilling a narrow pilot hole through the 2 topmost plastic brackets at the back, and then screwing a screw through each bracket and into the fence. It's now rock-solid!
* There is no ventilation in it, so when you have watered your plants and zipped it back up, there is a lot of condensation appears on the inside, which may be blocking the sunlight from getting in. The only solution is to either keep it unzipped occasionally, or cut a ventilation hole in the top and tape the edges of the hole with gaffer tape. [NOTE TO MANUFACTURER : putting a small hole in the roof, with a plastic surround and a 'cap' to close it off if needed, would be a great addition to the design!]
Apart from these niggles, it is effective, looks good, is easy to assemble and should last 3 or 4 years at least I would think. What's not to like?