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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:23 am 
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Hi guys,
Now the weather is turning, I’m looking to get a gazebo, about 3m x 3m, to work under. Does anyone have any good recommendations.
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I bought two from ebay which were pish and bent under the weight of rain. I bought one from Argos and it's been excellent. I use it almost every weekend to cover up my tools when working. It folds away in about 30 seconds. I think it cost me around £60-£70.

It took me about two weeks of emailing back and forward before receiving a full refund from the Chinese c**t who claimed he was based in Stockport but it was sent from Shanghai.



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We use one these for our cycling club. Very sturdy and quick to erect.

https://rockawnings.co.uk/?gclid=Cj0KCQ ... a7EALw_wcB

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Hi there.

I'm not sure how relevant this info is to your now but I got a nice 3x3m gazebo by All Seasons and it does just the job. It doesn't come with sides so not sure if it will be suitable but here's a quick heads up on some of the best and also cheapest gazebos out there.

http://bit.ly/2CKBApC

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Gary W


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