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Yisiga 120 Inches Projector Screen $32.29 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ YISIGA Amazon AU


🎦【Features】The projector screen adopts a double-sided projection design, which is not only suitable for front projection at home, but also suitable for rear projection in outdoor activities.You don’t need to worry about wrinkles or creases caused by screen folding. Just hang it indoors or outdoors, invite your families or your friends, sharing your joyful time with each other.
🎦【Portable】Lightweight product with foldability and portability, you can fold the screen into a small size and then put it in a backpack or suitcase.
🎦【Material】120 inch HD 16:9 EXCELLENT Movie Screen made from Polyester and spandex material,Durable, smooth and flexible, it can bring you the best viewing experience.
🎦【Easy To Set Up】The screen comes with 14 metal grommets, which can be quickly installed using hooks or cutable ropes, and is more secure.The screen is suitable for indoor and outdoors use,Such as:outdoor movie and home theaters, Live Sports, Conference Room, Education, games,Presentation and Public Display.
🎦【What You Get】120 inch HD 16:9 Screen*1,Hook *16 and 5m black rope *2.Satisfaction Guarantee-Buy with confidence.We offer 100% customer satisfaction or money back guarantee, please feel free to contact us at any time if you have any questions.

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  • How do you guys hang your screens up?

  • With clothes pegs? This screen has no frame its just material that hangs like a bed sheet. Unless you apply even tension all around (what a frame does) it will have waves that distort the image.

  • Is this truly very inexpensive, or is this a case of you get what you pay for?

    • Sounds like you don't need one, but the bargain hunters in you is thinking of grabbing one anyway.

    • It's just a screen. You have to provide your own projector.

  • I have 2 of these and they work well enough for me. I keep one on the back deck for sporting events and one for inside watching movies. I was expecting it to be rubbish but it worked so well that I bought a 2nd one.

    • How do you hang yours?

      Any issues with creases or crinkles?

      • For the outside I made a makeshift holder out of 2 broomsticks joined together with 4" PVC plumbing pipe and curtain rings that go through the projector screen eyelet holes. Similiar to how a shower curtain works. The top furthest left and right eyelets are tethered and secured to the ends of the pole, this keeps the top of the screen taught. The pole also keeps top of the screen horizontally level/straight. The pole is suspended by 2 tie downs that work like a block and tackle pulley (not the ratchet type), this sets my floating screen height and is height adjustable. I tether the bottom 2 corners with ockey straps at 45 degrees to whatever is available.
        This material is somewhat elastic so pulling taught eliminates the wrinkles.

        I thought of and put together the whole setup on a single trip to Bunnings. It's ad hoc MacGyver job but it was cheap and works for the intended purpose.

    • I got a 150 inch one from eBay for $12 that looks exactly the same and does the same job. these screens are see-through so you are losing some brightness but they work really well if there are no background lights