Left it up during its first rainstorm, water appeared to collect on the cover and caused a stand (leg) to collapse causing four 27" brackets on the frame to snap in half. Poor engineering, and poor materials used.
I used mine on a long camping road trip. It's cuper easy to put up and take down, even solo. Great for staying out of the sun or keeping the bugs off sleeping kiddos. And it's easy to transport from place to place. I only wish I had gotten a bigger one! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
We purchased this canopy for use at or patio. As soon as we set it up, we knew it was unworkable. At max extension on all the legs, it's only got about 5'2" of clearance. The photo posted with this review shows me inside the canopy. We created new Shade Canopy Weight Plate, a flower pot filled with cement and a screw to attach the legs.
I have had this canopy for at least five years I use it on the deck over a table with four chairs but if grandkids have a baseball tournament I take it with us for shade. It is light weight and easy up and down. I will be ordering a new one very shortly.