12 Foot Inflatable Outdoor Movie Screen

Outdoor Inflatable Movie Screen

We’ve post about Outdoor Inflatable Movie Screens before, including a 16 Foot Inflatable Screen. Those were great, but just too expensive. Now this new 12 Foot Inflatable Outdoor Movie Screen is just as cool, but for under $200 it is much cheaper. It is made for outdoors use, is easy to transport and store, and self inflates in just seconds. Plus it features the 16:9 aspect ratio for high definition movies and is raised off the ground for easy viewing

Summer is coming, so now is the time to start thinking about backyard entertainment, camping, etc. This 12 Foot Inflatable Outdoor Movie Screen can transform your backyard or campground into a theater under the stars. Just add your projector, amp, and speakers, and you are set for movies outside, music video background for back yard parties, etc.

12 Foot Inflatable Outdoor Movie Screen

With a 144 inch diagonal measurement, this outdoor movie screen is quite large. At the same time, it is also very portable because it deflates down to fit in a compact storage bag. This makes it easy to take with to parties or on camping trips.

Yet when you are ready to use it, setup is fast and easy. Just plug it in and the built-in fan inflates the outdoor movie screen in seconds.

Inflatable Outdoor Movie Screen Packed

Deluxe Outdoor Inflatable Movie Screen

  • Self inflates in seconds
  • New aspect ratio of 16:9 screen size
  • Raised screen for easy viewing
  • Includes tethers, stakes, AC adapter, spare fuse and storage bag
  • New inflatable feet added for enhanced stability
  • Great for use outdoors
  • Ideal for parties
  • Projector and speakers not included
  • 12′ W x 12′ H
  • 144” diagonal screen

Buy the 12 Foot Inflatable Outdoor Movie Screen for only $188 at Walmart.com.

(Via Deal Detectives)

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