Excelvan Outdoor Portable Movie Screen 120 Inch 16:9 Home Cinema Projector Screen, PVC Fabric
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The durable matt white surface is the premier choice when ambient light is controllable. It diffuses projected light uniformly, and you will find a perfect visual enjoyment with optimal image and color reproduction. With adhesive velcros, the projector screen become more comfortable by its easy installation and disassembling.
Screen can be fastened easily with the Velcros (totally 20 pairs) packaged in the corner or side. Using at least 18 pairs to fasten firmly.
Matte white viewing surface diffuses projected light uniformly.
16:9 screen format and diagonal 120'' offers 104'' x 58'' viewing area.
Matte white with 1.1 gain.
Easy installation and disassembling make it more comfortable.
Apply for home theater movies, classroom training, conference room presentation, public display, etc.
Can be spot cleaned (Do NOT use abrasives). Professionally packaged in rolls.
Diagonal Measurement: 120 inch
Screen Area: 104'' x 58''
Screen Format: 16:9
Screen Material: PVC
1x 120 inch Flex projector Screen
2x Bags of Velcros with totally 20 pairs
Most helpful customer reviews
399 of 408 people found the following review helpful.
Ok screen, but the manufacturer needs to read this!
By M. McDonough
It's not a bad product for the price, but it certainly has an annoying flaw that others have commented on but I think I have captured pretty well in a few photos.
First of all, it IS heavy (relatively speaking). Do NOT try to put it up on a wall using the cheap little pieces of velcro that it came with. Other reviewers have commented on this as well, but yet folks still seem to be doing it. Buy a five foot roll of HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH velcro from Amazon and use that to put it up if you plan on using velcro. Cut the roll into six-inch strips and put three to four of those strips across the top of the screen and use the rest on the bottom and sides. I put mine on the side of my garage. When I take it down, I start on one side and roll it back up as I go. If you don't take the time to take care of how you install and handle the screen, you'll have wasted your money.
Now, the part that really irks me... The company who produces these ROLLS THEM TOO DARN TIGHT! I don't know if they're just trying to reduce the size of the box they ship it in or what, but it IS TO TIGHT. (I'm yelling in caps because I am hoping that the manufacturer will GET A CLUE and STOP ROLLING THEM SO TIGHT!) Because the screen is rolled up so tightly,it has permanent "waves" or wrinkles. They aren't extremely noticeable during darker scenes, but when the picture gets bright it is VERY apparent. You can REALLY see them well under my back yard flood lights.
Bottom line, I can't complain TOO much since it was a pretty reasonable price, but I certainly hope that the manufacturer will correct the problem for future purchasers.
229 of 243 people found the following review helpful.
Great outdoor movie screen!
By Faith R Holbrook
We recently ordered a 110" projector so we found this 16:9 screen to accommodate its projection size. We immediately went to lowes and got some pvc grommets and zip ties. We assembled a frame slightly larger than the screen size and I added grommets to the screen to be able to ziptie it to the pvc frame. You could also easily use elastics or bungee cords to be able to dissembled it for storage but we went the cheap quick route. This screen is good quality! When I was punching the holes to add grommets there were tiny fibers that just did not want to break, so I trust that good and strong materials were used to make this screen. I was disappointed as others stated how tightly that was rolled in created some tension lines but it was nothing the summer heat and the zip ties couldn't fix. We will eventually add a middle support piece to the frame when or if the screen starts to sag and needs pulled tighter. All in all.... Great screen. Worth the price ***note: mine did not have Velcro or the dowel included as the picture shows***
43 of 44 people found the following review helpful.
Excellent - especially for the price
By Tee Storm
This screen is great! When you consider the price, you can't go wrong. As long as the area/room is dim enough (basically not full-on daytime if the screen is outside) the image is bright enough. In a darker basement room (Epson projector) it's just like being in the theater.
I didn't use the Velcro to put it up - that just seemed too weak, so I followed the lead of another reviewer and put in grommets (VERY easy) and built a frame for it out of pvc piping. See pics.