The product includes the inflatable screen support (which has two, built in fans for inflating), the actual screen, support and safety ropes to support the screen if there is any wind and the travel bag for storage. The screen attaches nicely with adjustable clips. I place a couple of large pieces of cardboard under the fans when I set this up so the fans don't suck up dirt and junk into the motors.... just an FYI
There is a standard 110 power cord that you plug into an outdoor extension cord. It is not grounded.
This product is JUST a viewing screen... something to project a picture onto, it does not have any other accessories apart from the blow up support, screen and safety ropes and pegs.
The travel bag that comes with the purchase, with the screen, blow up support, fans and safety ropes doesn't weigh more than 20 lbs. Maybe even less. It's all the other stuff that weighs a lot! The projector, speakers, cables and extension cords.
Yes. It works great anywhere that is wide enough to fit it in.I have actually used the detachable screen, seperate from the inflatable support inside (great impact at kids birthday party when it was raining outside) & outside (for friend when his deck wasnt quite large enough) when the allotted space wasn't wide enough & just hung it on the wall. the screen clips securely to the inflatable. It's not permanently attached to it.
This is just a screen, you need something that will project an image/video on to it.
There is some noise from the fans, but when the movie is going if you have the speakers on, it is not noticeable to me or my guests
No more than a common window box fan would... there are two fans, one in each footing.
yes the screen and blow up structure work fine in the sun. Your question really should be asking how well your projector works in the sun.
This is only a screen. If you don't have a projector to project images onto it, then it will be of absolutely no use to you. It blows up like a bouncy castle with 2 fans at either side of the base that must run continually to stay up to hold the screen vertical. The screen does attach & detach to & from the inflatable via clips around the edges which allows for placement flexibility when the space won't allow for the entire inflatable