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Unfortunately, there are very few videos on the Internet about assembling and dismantling gazebos, and most of the videos that are available on the web depict real nonsense. So it is no wonder that the folding pavilion is sometimes smiled at by some.
In the next year we will publish the construction, dismantling and test videos of folding pavilions in order to create some clarity.

But now to the essentials, here we have a prime example of how NOT to do it, have fun:

How the gentleman builds the gazebo is fundamentally wrong, how can a woman, for example, do this?
Such a folding pavilion weighs between 30kg and 70kg, it is definitely not wanted that someone lifts it from a standing position to 1.5m, but the folding pavilion has legs.
When you see such a set-up video, it's logical that you not only get a shock, but also immediately decide against a folding pavilion.
To be honest, if it really were the case that a folding pavilion had to be set up in this way, then we would immediately stop selling these folding pavilions, because then there would be no alternative to a market umbrella.

 

And here we see how to do it CORRECTLY:


It is correct to first pull the gazebo apart, then snap the corners into place and finally extend the legs one by one. This is not only much faster, it is also done with minimal effort. What the gentleman is demonstrating here is perhaps interesting for a bodybuilding competition, but when it comes to setting up a folding pavilion correctly, it's total nonsense.
It is frightening that several providers even recommend their customers to dismantle the folding pavilions, as in the video, which we have often noticed during our customer consultations.

Imagine that with a 6x3 meter folding pavilion, which even has 6 legs and also weighs 60kg.

We would like to recommend the correct structure again:
First pull apart the gazebo on the floor, then snap the corners into place and then extend the legs, one by one, to the first step. When the gazebo is then, you extend the legs one after the other until the desired height or the last step is reached.
In the case of folding pavilions with more than 4 legs, in the last construction step, first the legs at the corners and then those in the middle are extended.
Just stick to the pros.
Your professional folding tent team

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How NOT to build a gazebo

Unfortunately, there are very few videos on the Internet about setting up and dismantling gazebos, and most of them on the web depict even the most real nonsense. So it is no wonder that the folding pavilion is sometimes smiled at by some.
In the next year we will publish the construction, dismantling and test videos of folding pavilions in order to create some clarity.

But now to the essentials, here we have a prime example of how NOT to do it, have fun:

How the gentleman builds the gazebo is fundamentally wrong, how can a woman, for example, do this?
Such a folding pavilion weighs between 30kg and 70kg, it is definitely not wanted that someone lifts it from a standing position to 1.5m, but the folding pavilion has legs.
When you see such a set-up video, it's logical that you not only get a shock, but also immediately decide against a folding pavilion.
To be honest, if it really were the case that a folding pavilion had to be set up in this way, then we would immediately stop selling these folding pavilions, because then there would be no alternative to a market umbrella.

 

And here we see how to do it CORRECTLY:


It is correct to first pull the gazebo apart, then snap the corners into place and finally extend the legs one by one. This is not only much faster, it is also done with minimal effort. What the gentleman is showing here is perhaps interesting for a bodybuilding competition, but when it comes to setting up a folding pavilion correctly, it's total nonsense.
It is frightening that several providers even recommend their customers to dismantle the folding pavilions, as in the video, which we have often noticed during our customer consultations.

Imagine that with a 6x3 meter folding pavilion, which even has 6 legs and also weighs 60kg.

We would like to recommend the correct structure again:
First pull apart the gazebo on the floor, then snap the corners into place and then extend the legs, one by one, to the first step. When the gazebo is then, you extend the legs one after the other until the desired height or the last step is reached.
In the case of folding pavilions with more than 4 legs, in the last construction step, first the legs at the corners and then those in the middle are extended.
Just stick to the pros.
Your professional folding tent team