Outsunny 3m x 3m Tarp Tent Sun Canopy £15.99 Delivered @ eBay Store: Outsunny

Ideal for the beach, bbq or garden
Outsunny 3m x 3m Tarp Tent Sun Canopy £15.99 Delivered @ eBay Store: Outsunny

I have been looking for one of these for a long time, so I am delighted to have found one at such a great price. The Outsunny 3m x 3m Tarp Tent Sun Canopy is only £15.99 delivered, and is a very handy piece of kit for the summer.

Tarp Tent Sun Canopy

Tarp Tents are brilliant for providing shelter from the rain, but also provide UV protection on those sunny days. The sheet itself can be used as a cover, groundsheet or picnic mat, as well as a tent canopy.

If you're off to a festival, are planning a day at the beach or are having a picnic down the local park, then a tarp tent is ideal to take along.

It's made of weather-resistant fabric, so has water-shedding capabilities - I think that means it'll keep a shower off of you. Plus, it's PA coated polyester to provide shade from the sun.

Comes with a portable carry bag, ground stakes and ropes

It measures 3m x 3m so it's even large enough to cover a tent if need be.

Delivery is free!

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  • Kat M.

    what about this for garden for the baba? Xxx

    • Katie B.

      - these look good - potential outside shade? x

      • Andy A.

        , how about this instead of an event shelter?

        • Amy C.

          Think I’d rather get a proper one that I can keep out all year xx

          • Danny H.

            First bit of wind and that's gone