Horizon Sun Shelter Instructions & Information

Read the following instructions before setting up the Horizon Sun Shelter. The strongest position of the Horizon Sun Shelter is when the guy lines and corners are properly staked out and all the sand pockets are filled.
Set Up :
1. Lay canopy out flat with central hub upright.
2. Standing close to the central hub, lift the top of the hub to head height. Make sure not to stand on the canvas.
3. Firmly press upper and lower hubs together. As hubs get closer to connecting, the resistance will increase and the    body of the canopy will bow out.
4. Thread hook through the loop on the central hub. This action will prevent an unwished fold down.
5. Lock the pole joints by slightly pulling pole sections apart
6. Use the pegs and guy lines to stretch the canopy, for additional anchor you can fill up the sand pockets. Optional side walls can be removed or attached. There are 2 units of walls; one size fits to be the back wall. The second size fits on either sides of the shelter.
Fold Down :
1. Remove all pegs and guy lines and empty the sand pockets.
2. Unlock pole joints by pressing pole section. Release locks on tent legs.
3. Remove top hook from the central hub.
4. Apply pressure, separate the upper and lower hub. Lower central hub down.
5. Unlock pole joints by slightly pulling pole sections apart. Holding the central hub upright, fold tent poles towards the hub.
6. Fold 4 legs towards the central hub. Roll the tent and place it into the carry bag.

 

Specification :
- UPF 50+ sun protective garment
- Flash Touch mechanism for a quick set up / fold down.
- Inner tent can be easily attached, turning the sun shelter into a closed camping tent - Inner tent is sold separately .
- Water resistant fabric.
- 4 Storage net pockets
- Two detachable side walls. 
- Anchoring strings & pegs.
- Sand pockets for anchoring

 

Warnings:
- Keep the tent's fabric away from any heat sources such as stoves, lighters, candles, cigarets and etc.
- Keep the tent away from any origin of fire / heat.
- Make sure you are in a safe distance away from the tent's joints while setting up or folding down the tent.
- Always make sure that the tent is properly anchored in order to ensure the safety of yourself and everyone around you.
- Set up the tent in a clear and balanced environment, away from anywhere that the tent's user may be exposed to         hazards such as flash floods, falling rocks and such.