QuikShade Summit 10'x10' Straight Leg Canopy with Awning(Khaki Top)

Walmart # 551738974

QuikShade Summit 10'x10' Straight Leg Canopy with Awning(Khaki Top)

Walmart # 551738974

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The QuikShade Summit provides comfortable shade for up to 18 people. Using it's unique five-position articulating awning, the additional wall provides even more shade from varying sun angles. This straight-legged canopy features a stiffer-grade steel that adds more strength to the fully-assembled, powder-coated canopy frame. The new ergonomic Quik Latch sliders and leg extenders, and bearings in the reinforced eve joints make set-up and take-down a breeze. The durable canopy top is woven with Aluminex to help block harmful UV rays, and the Super Vents allow for more air flow at the top to push out hot air. Multiple height adjustments allow you to tackle multiple sun angles. An easy rolling, wheeled storage bag is included.

About This Item

  • Provides comfortable shade
  • 5-position articulating awning
  • Straight-legged canopy
  • Customer Reviews
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    If you need a large shade area, this is for you.

    Our rating is more about design than materials and construction. It seemed to be well made. This canopy is heavy while in the storage bag. It is not easy to set up with two people, with four it would be much easier. The insructions are not the best, pictures are small, illustrations would be better, with more specific details. However, if you have seen a similar canopy put up before, this would make it somewhat easier to know what to do. Our biggest issue with this item is the attached awning. There is no way to detach it or roll it up if not needed. There are poles involved with its setup. And it is very large, not just a half wall, more like a 7 foot overhang, that can not be shortened or removed. This one with the wall did not work for us. We really wanted a canopy with the vented top on all sides (some have only two sides open). Walmart shows such a canopy w/o "walls" online but it is out of stock. We returned this one. Guess we will have to wait until next season.
    This is my 2nd Quick Shade. Came with broken corner slide fittings-had to steal from old one. Very very hard to erect unless I'm missing some trick Frame expands to about 85%-then forget it. Maybe with 4 people, each on a corner at the same time to pull out & push up to click frame in place you wouldn't have to be superman. Why it's so hard, I can't figure out, it just doesn't want to go the last few inches - both my canopys, this one & the old one were the same, however to be fair , once up it is fairly sturdy and the vent design stops it from wanting to lift on breezy days. Just be sure bottom portion of fabric it tight so that in case of rain it will drain off & not form puddles in the cover as the more the water collects, the heavier, thus more sag leading to a bigger puddle etc. - a disaster in the making, eventually collapsing the frame if not attended. ( the death of my 1st canopy ) Yes - I realize it' a SHADE structure & not meant to be permanent, but you're not going to collapse it if a rain shower comes over, especially as hard to erect as it is. If the canopy would just go up easily and the cover be supportive enough as to make sure it won't collect water in the event of a rain storm it would be a winner.
    I ordered this canopy on line on May 26, 2013. When it arrived I tried to erect it the same day. During this process I discovered two broken top caps on the main legs. So I called the company's claim service (not located in the U.S.A) and ordered two new top caps. When I received the new parts we started to erect it again and discovered a broken slider on one of the legs. So again I called but this time I asked for a new canopy and said I would return the broken one. They refused and sent me a new slider. The top cap parts were not even the correct color. I finally got it up and was able to use it on June 22. Almost a month after I ordered it. These repair parts were not easy to install and the instructions on how to erect this thing were pure rubbish. Tiny, grainy pictures and paragraphs of instructions that were hard to understand. We finally went online and found the same pictures but we could at least expand them. It helped but the expanded pictures were so grainy and blurry it was still difficult. I wouldn't recommend this canopy to my worst enemy.

    Makes a Great Farmers Market Shade

    The Summit is a very good choice for frequent use in a windy environment. I use mine as a shelter for my Farmers Market sales site. It stands up well to the wind when staked down (I also hang a 15 pound weight on each corner) I don't use the awning as such but I set up with the awning forming a wall to the rear and hang my business sign in front of that wall so it pops and is kept from flapping in the wind. I bought the two year replacement warranty just in case, for fifteen dollars, in our windy environment that is a bargain. Best thing was the Wal-Mart pricing allowed me to possess it for about half the price offered on Amazon and other sites. The free shipping offer sealed the deal. Several of my FM neighbors looked it over the first couple of weeks I used it and told me they were ordering one too.

    Great patio cover!

    The awning really adds some extra shade. We put the awning facing our sliding glass door because it has a higher height clearance so we wouldn't bump our heads on anything. The double air vents work well too. Kept it out on a windy day (25 mph) and it did fine, but I decided to tie it down with rope and milk jugs filled with water on each corner to be safe. One gallon of water = 8.34 lbs of weight, times two jugs on each corner gave us about 66 lbs to tie it down with on the patio. It comes with stakes of course, but on concrete, the milk jugs are more practical. It's made a little bit sturdier than the regular pop up shades under that brand. I do recommend oiling it with WD40 like it suggests the first time you put it up and don’t secure the Velcro on the top until you’ve gotten the top completely locked, makes it easier to put up. Other than that, we love it!
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