Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: Elite Screens Yard Master 2, 120 inch Outdoor Projector Screen with Stand 16:9, 8K 4K Ultra HD 3D Fast Folding Portable Movie Theater Cinema 120" Indoor Foldable Easy Snap Projection Screen, OMS120H2
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From the moment I unpacked the 10ft screen it seemed well designed. With minimal packaging (ie soft plastics), it was laid out in a well designed carry-case. The instructions are well written. The frame is assembled and the screen snapped to the front with press studs.
As others have expressed in their reviews, the screen is a VERY tight fit and can seem impossible. I couldn't get it to fit lying flat on the ground, but by lifting one edge of the frame at a time I could gently exert pressure on it to bend it inwards, enabling the screen to be snapped in to place.
I then put it up and secured it in a light breeze with the supplied guy ropes. Complete assembly for the first time took about 15-20 mins I think.
Dissembly was much quickly, being completed done in less than 10 minutes. That's handy - after watching a movie outdoors at night, you don't want to be fiddling with a screen in the dark, when you're tired.
We haven't yet used it to watch a movie, only to practice assembly and dissembly. It's mid-winter, so watching an outdoor movie at night isn't appealing right now.
My only query is that I had two bars with folding ends that I didn't use at all. They weren't shown in the parts list, weren't in the instructions and didn't seem to be spares for any sections within the frame or legs. They have rubber feet on the short folding ends, suggesting they're feet or legs - just couldn't work out exactly how.
Very happy with this Purchase. Bought the 120" for major sporting events to host parties in the backyard. Arrived on Time for State of Origin Game 1 and I was blown away with the picture quality.
Setup is very easy after your first time, as well as pack down. All bits fold out and click in nice and easy. The screen needs a bit of extra muscle to stretch into place, I found it easy to start on the edge clips, then the middle of each side, then do the rest.
As the screen comes folded it did have some crease lines, All I did was set it up in the backyard earlier in the day with the black side facing the Sun, after a few hours the creases had mostly vanished, what remained was barely visible.
Very happy with my purchase, got it for super cheap compared to what I have seen other screens priced at, and the carry bag will make it easy if we decide to take it around family or friend's houses, or even go camping with.
Fantastic product, perfect size and one person can set it up, I'm useing it indoors in the lounge with the epson 6040 4k projector and could not be happier with the picture quality. It was extremely quick with amazon prime considering the problems everyone is having to deal with I received it nine days ahead of the estimated delivery date you can't ask better than that. Well done Amazon and UPS a very happy customer 👍
i'm a tour manager and we have just completed a 3 month tour with this screen, a new venue every night so it was dismantled and erected each time and it was perfect it is very good quality and still looks like new very very happy
To put things in perspective, I picked up a projector at the beginning of the summer via Prime days. I tried pretty much every 16:9 100’projector screen with a stand on Amazon (that came via Prime) between $80 and $180 dollars. About 5 in total. Every single one of them had some very tragic flaw. From stitches popping and tearing during setup and take down on fabric screens. To fabric not being opaque enough or just not being able to display the picture very clear or bright (I did change the project very early in this voyage from 480P to 1080P native), to the whole frame/screen combo being very award and unstable or just completely impractical and poorly thought out.
Every aspect of this screen has been carefully thought out. From the multi-section carrying case that as separate compartment for each part and separate sleeve (and separating flap in the case) for the screen. With still enough room to slip in a power bar. This is really important as you will get dirt on the stand legs and this keeps it off the screen.
The stand and frame is very light and very sturdy and comes with everything you would need to make even it more sturdy (pegs and rope). The first time the you clip the screen to frame is the toughest. But it does stretch a little and each setup and take down is little easier (more from practice). The way the frame folds down in expands to a solid 16:19 frame is genius. It is very easy for one person to setup. Using this screen is easy ESPECIALLY if you read the instructions. Oh Lordy, instructions with proper English grammar, phrasing, RELEVANT pictograms, and without spelling errors. Printed full step by step method to setup and take down the system. Only after using the mess that you get with cheaper stuff can you get an appreciation for this. I mean I had one $120 screen where the only instructions were silkscreened onto the fabric carrying case (no words only pictures) on both sides and bottom of the case!).
THE only thing I can fault is the way the screen has to be stored in the case. It does creates creases/wrinkles on screen. (though after reading the manual again and little practice now just creases.). No matter how long the screen stays up before the movie, they never really go away. HOWEVER – we have watched dozens of movies on this and not once did we ever notice see the creases when picture was projected on to it, nor did we notice picture quality degrade. I usually set it up 30 to 40mins before sunset and by time its dark enough for outdoor theatre, all creases have faded (stretched) out significantly, to the point if you are standing inches away from the screen you can see some, but 3ft or more away you cannot.
We intend to use our outside on the deck if NHL hockey starts up again. Also use it for outdoor engagements and glamping going forward. The assembly was without issue, this thing is built very well. I had a bit of a hard time with the instructions cause they did not adequately describe the attachment of the leg type that came with the kit (with the back brace). On line didn't describe installation of these types of legs either. Once figured it went together splendidly. The creases in the screen are diminishing while its set up, but I will liley need to use the hair drier as described in the instruction content. I wont ever fold the screen material and am hoping it will fit in the bag rolled up. I have not yet received my projector so waiting to remark on picture quality. Overall this is a very nicely built sturdy screen. Considering the price its rather outstanding.