Alvantor Aluminum Telescoping Tarp Poles adjustable Rods for Screen House & Bubble Tent & Vendor Tent
Extra support for Alvantor Screen House & Bubble Tent: Using this telescoping tarp pole inside Alvantor Bubble Tent to get more snow-proof and wind-proof; Using it inside Alvantor Screen House to prevent water from collecting on the roof and give more wind-proof.
Versatile Usage: This pole is made of aluminum alloy, solid and durable. It is the best choice for people who love camping, hiking, jungle adventure, and other outdoor activities, two of these poles are professional for tent fly, tarps, canopy, etc.
Easy to Use: This adjustable rod comes with a pole and a ball. The top ball eliminates punctures when supporting the fabric center. If removing the top ball, the stainless steel needle can fit all grommets. It has three adjustable segments easy-to-use twist and lock mechanism, and reliably interlocks without the threat of vertical collapse. A durable rubber bottom makes it anti-slip and long last.
Adjustable & Portable: This telescoping adjustable pole shrinks to 44" and extends to 112.6". It is light-weight, only 1.98 lbs, with a carry bag, cylinder compact size dia 2.5" x45.6" H, easy & convenient for carrying and storage.
100% SATISFACTION: as a US-based company, Alvantor is a registered trademark. We offer a half a year limited warranty. If you are not satisfied with Alvantor tent, please contact us. We will provide you speedy service from Los Angeles, CA. Your complete satisfaction is our highest priority.
Good design. Easy to use and a definite necessity with the 15x15 because there is a broader expanse to possibly sag. Very glad I have it.
came broken, ordered a second one. , still haven’t received. duck taped the first and it still collapses with rain
The telescoping pole worked great in the screen house and kept water from filling the roof. Since July has been about 75% rain, this has been very handy.
It works great for the rainy days. I keep my screen tent up all the time. And we're the top is flat it collects water. With the telescope it didn't. I only gave 4 stars because it was a little hard locking it in place. Otherwise it's a perfect solution.