Amazon Price: $89.99 $89.99 (as of September 22, 2018 12:01 pm –
Watch movies, events outside with JaeiPLM's outdoor projector screen. The triangular base provides strong and rigid construction against the wind, unlike any other competitors which feature T-legs that be pushed over in the wind. The base can be additionally sandbagged for extra stability, or be mounted with additional grommet holes on the bottom poles.
100" Screen for 4K
The screen will unroll without any wrinkles because it is made of PVC flicker-free fabric with a high contrast black background, much like in the pull-down projector screens in classrooms. The smooth matte surface will be stretched tautly using the supplied to prevent wrinkles. At 100 inches, finally be able to watch 4K video, and appreciate high definition resolution. Don't waste your time with inflatables, an electricity generator, an air compressor or any similar. Setup can be done as quickly as 15 minutes, though may take more time for novices.
Mini Drive-in Theater
Have a block party with the neighborhood or the whole family to watch live stream sporting events like boxing, soccer, or wrestling. Or take with you to on camping adventures with slideshow nights. Imagine a the mini drive-in movie theater experience. Fit as many people you'd like 7 feet behind the screen to get a full representation of the image. And when you're done, the entire unit can be disassembled to a carry bag weighing at 15 lbs for convenient transportation because of the lightweight aluminium poles. The quality portable bag comes with your order, at no additional cost.
Our products are made in South Korea and we stand behind build quality with a 1-year manufacturer's warranty. We accept returns hassle free, just make sure to contact the seller.
Awesome screen. Easy setup.
This projection screen is really great! My kids and their friends like to watch movies outside so we decided to get this projection screen. I was worried it would be complicated to assemble, but it is really quite easy. You can have it set up in like 5-10 minutes. My teenage son and his friend were able to put it together by themselves after only watching me do it one time. The screen itself is pretty sturdy, and it always unrolls without any wrinkles or creases. The fasteners that the screen comes with help the screen not to blow in the wind. I was worried that the whole screen would be too light and blow over easily, but it has always stayed in place without anything to weigh it down or anchor it. I like that it comes with a carrying case so we can take it with us to other people’s houses, etc. I really like the height and size of the screen. It’s like having a little drive-in in our backyard. The kids absolutely love it and we have been spending a lot of Saturdays watching movies outside.
Great screen, good price, easy to assemble but make sure you weight it down.
Love this thing. It stand up and holds the screen well.
lightweight but wrinkly
So, I tried this out for the first time tonight and it was relatively easy to set up. Seemed fairly sturdy but I suspect will need to be weighed down if there are strong winds. My main complaint is the screen material is nice and heavy but doesn’t have any stretch to it. That means that it is very difficult to get it tight enough with the velcro straps they provide to remove any wrinkles or waves in the material. I will likely have to buy some sort of bungee cords or something to try and do a better job than the velcro straps. It is light weight and the carrying bag is nice. It would have been better to make the frame just slightly bigger than the screen so that elastic straps would pull the slack out automatically.
It’s huge! It’s easy to set up as there is no screws it all snaps in. Everything including straps for screen. Love that the screen has a black side so the movie can’t be seen from back and also prevents the light from back to come through and you can’t see movie. It provides super crisp and clear picture. Only down is i thought the triangle would be better than a stand up one but because it’s triangle it takes up more room which is why in picture I only used front frame sort of tweaked it triangle is more for bigger spaces.
This is our first projection screen. We are going to use for Backyard Movie nights. This was pretty easy to setup. Took myself alone, approx. 15 min. And that was just because I was familiarizing myself with the instructions. 10 minutes tops next time. The only complaint that I would have, it that there was a small yellow stain at the bottom middle of the screen. However, it did not take away from the image. I would caution anyone to make use of tent stakes. (there are convenient holes included in the triangular connectors) A good gust of wind will blow this away. (we used cinder blocks the first time) You’ll want to use care when rolling up the screen for storage. It WILL wrinkle. Don’t put away wet either.
Screen is super nice and no wrinkles if you roll it up …
Impressively large! Fast to put up and take down. We’ve used it at two events now and lost the directions at the first. Second event was different volunteers but they set it up with ease even without the directions. Screen is super nice and no wrinkles if you roll it up as it comes. Two things to know: 1) this will not allow rear projection. The screen is very thick and nice, too thick to rear project but that’s what makes it such a nice screen. 2) You’re going to need more space in the back than I think the product photos prepare you for. It’s large enough inside the interior “triangle” frame that we considered setting up a computer station in there to use the space. It’s bigger than I expected, but one reason we picked this over other options was the frame seemed more durable and we liked the support the back frame gives it for tipping over. Which is true, it’s very sturdy on its own and if we ever use it outside it will be really easy to anchor.
I recently have been doing a lot of outdoor movie projections and my old portable screen didn’t preform well with the wind. This screen however is definitely a champ. The setup is definitely a pain but slight winds are not going to knock it down due to its triangular design. The first few setups will take a bit of time but once you understand the assembly and tensioning system it can be put up in 10min. I do recommend using some bungee cord to add some slight tension to the bottom grommets. Other than that it’s a good product. Assembly and disassembly can be a hassle but for me it is worth the peace of mind that it won’t get blown down.
Great outdoor screen for the price
I was tasked to find an outdoor projector screen. The triangle design makes sense for outdoor but is way too large for indoor use in a regular room. The triangle design works really nicely. Many of the others are either blown up with air or only have stands on the side, which may cause it to fall. The 100″ screen is a good size to start at for any projector screening, any larger and the prices goes up quick. It doesn’t weigh much at all when in the carry bag or assembled. The bag is as long as the height of the screen. This helps when traveling or moving it from place to place. This also causes it to use a lot of pieces but build or tear down is about 10 to 15 minutes and not overly complicated. You can put it together on your own but its recommended to have a second person, makes things go faster. It uses Velcro to strap the screen to the frame, they hold quite well. The screen falls a bit short but keep in mind there is no perfect outdoor screen.
Large Screen and Easy Carry
This screen has a second option, which is not really shown on the description page. The hardware is included to simply hang this screen on a wall, very nice. I recommend that you not be concerned by reviews citing how “difficult” this very large screen frame is to set up. Follow the instructions, build the upper and lower triangles and cinch them tight with the cords supplied. Then place the uprights into the lower triangle and get another person to help you place the top triangle on to the uprights. Then attach the screen. My first experience was about 15 minutes. The poles are a nicely anodized aluminum and the plastic socket fittings are thick enough that you should not have to worry about breaking them. I do not recommend that you leave the screen attached if you are not frequently observing it as the wind will create very large loads and probably bend the frame. Probably best to simply disassemble the entire unit when finished using it and put it away until the next movie night. BTW, the carry bag supplied is large enough that you can actually put the item back into it once you have taken them out! It is also made of a material that has the appearance to being able to survive day to day use. Very happy with this screen.
Convenient and great for the price.
I know that there are likely much better products out there but for the price point, we are really happy with this. We have a small house so storage is an issue but this packs up really small. It’s also really easy to set up and take down, one person can definitely do it. I screwed a piece of plywood onto the quick release plate that connects to my camera tripod and viola, a quick projector stand that adjusts easily to unlevel ground. It works perfectly.