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Sure, movie theaters are open now, but the best seat in town is still in your own backyard! With the weather getting warmer and warmer, watching a movie with friends and family outside just might be one of the best ways to spend your summer evenings under the stars.
If you already have a digital projector, then the next thing you should pick up is a massive projector screen, and we found an incredible one at an incredible price. The gigantic Holiday Styling Inflatable Outdoor Projector Screen can span — get this — 16.5-feet across and nine feet high! Right now, the screen is on sale for just $175, or $75 off with the on-page coupon, at Amazon. That's a 30 percent savings and the lowest price from the retail giant.
And if you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? Don't worry; you can sign up for a free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
Here's the lowdown:
A massive viewing experience
The Holiday Styling Inflatable Outdoor Projector Screen is ideal for pairing with just about any digital projector. Its shape can accommodate movies and TV shows at a number of 16:9 resolutions, including standard HD at 720p and all the way up to 4K Ultra HD at 2160p. Thanks to its built-in powerful, yet quiet, electric blower (which is, of course, included), it's super easy to set up; you'll be in business within just 10 minutes. Shoppers are just in love with it.
"We used this screen for our outdoor movie party this spring and it was awesome," raved a delighted five-star reviewer. "Compared to screens we have used in the past, this one’s setup and tear-down is super fast and easy! The velcro for holding up the white screen in place is very durable as well. We used it to rear-project but do appreciate the fact that you can project from either direction. Tons of people complimented it and wanted to know where we found it! We already have plans to use it at more upcoming movie nights as well as for some youth group and church events (and even sharing it with others for a graduation and wedding slideshow). So versatile and fun!"
Made from seamless polyester fabric
The Holiday Styling Inflatable Projector Screen is made of a seamless polyester fabric that brings out the sharp detail, vivid colors and smooth motion from your home digital projector. And since it's made with its own base that's more than six feet long, the screen will stand up (literally) against wind, thanks to its electric blowers and ropes to keep it secure to the ground. It's certainly an upgrade from a big white bed sheet!
"This is the best purchase I have ever made. I used to get an old sheet and rig it up, then it would blow in the wind, making the watching experience less than pleasurable," shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. "With the Inflatable Outdoor movie screen, we are enjoying our evenings on the patio much more quickly. It takes longer for the projector to warm up than it does for the screen to set up. Roll it out, connect the fan, and stake it down. Screen portion is removable (Velcro) and washable. made from T-shirt-type material, it does not crease or wrinkle when folded. Frame is durable canvas. Easily moved when blown up to adjust position. Can be projected from rear or front. Fan is not excessively noisy."
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