Camp Chef Portable Outdoor Movie Screens

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Camp Chef Portable Outdoor Movie Screens
Price: $114.99 - 159.99
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I have one of these. It is great for showing movies outdoors and can be setup or taken down in about 10 minutes. The only downside is that it is not super stable in wind (probably 5 mph or more. You have to make sure it is well staked or weighted down if there is wind.

I bought the 120inch (non-curved) screen last time woot had a deal on them. The first time I used the screen it was excellent. I was so happy I made the purchase. The 2nd time, however, I was pretty disappointed. The screen somehow shrank in the vertical direction. I could no longer get the Velcro straps around the bottom bar.

The first time I used it, I immediately put it away back in its storage bag and stored it on my porch. The only thing I can think of is my porch gets pretty warm in the summer and maybe that caused it to shrink.

I have the 120" as well. As mentioned above its something that has to be secured firmly even on remotely windy days. Once I realized that its best to set up the frame and stake all the stringers in first before attaching the screen I was good to go. As far as screen shrinking goes… heat wont make it shrink unless maybe it was wet before putting it away. If you need to stretch it out, pick a warm sunny day and lay it out in your yard making sure the actual screen isnt touching grass or dirt and let it warm up there. Then it will be easier to stretch out. I also highly recommend setting it up early someday on the frame where it is facing the sun. That seemed to permanently help mine with making it fit on easier and getting rid of the screen wrinkles.

I mounted a frame on an exterior wall on my back patio by the pool… its alot more stable and the wind doesnt bother it…

This is a great outdoor screen, i just wish the the fold lines would come out… but other than that… we use it all the time.


Well I imagine it’s primarily labeled as outdoor due to it being more difficult for people to find a 90-120" area in their house to set something like this and the fact that it comes with frames designed to stake into the ground?