Our original beach tent featuring exotic prints. Made out of a Lycra/Nylon blend. UPF 50+ and water resistant. Weights only 4 lbs and fits in a carry-on suitcase.
- Neso tent (82" x 80")
- Carrying bag (19.5"). Fits in a carry-on suitcase!
- 2 rust-proof aluminum poles (66" length)
- 4 anchor bags to fill with natural resources like sand or rocks
UPF 50+ Protection
Blocks out 98% of the sun's UV rays
Easy to carry
Versatile Anchoring Options
For those rainy moments
Portable for Travel
Fits in a suitcase
Patented corners for added strength
I have 2 of the NESO units from before the NESO 1 launch, both are a bit smaller, but I love them and between the two I am all set. So many friends love and use them I am giving the Neso 1 as a gift for the holidays!
Using the Neso 1 as a boat shade on our 23' center console. We don't use the Neso poles, but got the Green Elephant telescoping tarp poles to secure it in our cup/rod holders. Use the rope/sandbags to tie it to the center console tower. The material is nice and stretchy and also easy to store. We use the Neso sidelines 1 for our stern area though we use the bow shade much more frequently. We can keep it up when driving slow @ 6 miles/hour.
I was hopeful that this would work, and it did. It was suuuper light and easy to assemble (here's a tip, dig holes for the sand bags and stretch the ties as far as they will go --face the tent into the wind). I purchased this light tent because we were staying in a condo and had a trek to the beach. My family members used the old, heavy tent with 4 posts. This was a nice addition to our tent area, but it is small. If you are in a camping chair, your head will touch the top of the tent, so we rigged a system with a covered chair. If you have low chairs, you will be fine. I may purchase the additional poles for extra height. In any case, this will provide sun coverage for two adults sitting very close together, but that's basically it. Easy? Yes! Sturdy? For the most part. Ample? No. I would consider the larger tent, but it may not be as stable. I saw other families with the larger size, and the tents seem to stay up.
Used this today at the lake and followed instructions to the T from the video on their website. It was so easy that my 5yr old son was able to follow along and help too. Only had a slight breeze at the lake, but it was up for about 4 hours with no issue at all. I'm taking it to the Atlantic coast in August and will give further feedback if it's not living up to the perfect expectations I have from my first use with it.
I also specifically want to compliment how solid the corners feel on the shade, and durable the poles feel for how lightweight they are.