OEG Screens - OS144 - Aluminum Frame
- 144" (12 ft) diagonal, widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio.
- Viewing Dimensions: 126" W x 71" H
- Silver-infused 600 denier oxford woven nylon screen - Gain of 1.1 for nearly perfect light reflectivity and ultra sharp 4K, HD, and 3D viewing. Easily clips on to frame.
- Highest quality screen materials - folded for compact shipping but easily stretch out - unnoticeable during viewing. Folds won’t become “baked-in” creases during transit like vinyl screens.
- Durable easy-to-assemble Aluminum frame won’t move in the wind like other folding screens
- Complete Kit - includes 4 stakes, 4 guy lines for anchoring/stabilizing frame, and carry bag
- Black-backed screen blocks out ambient light from behind for enhanced Front projection.
- Overall Dimensions: 140" (11' 8") W x 115" (9'7") H
- One year limited warranty
The aluminum frame is pretty fragile. Sheered in a couple of spots and bent in others even though we strictly followed the instructions in assembly. So far, I've been able to make some stop gap repairs but it won't be long before the frame is just a pile of trash.
Jerry, Thanks for taking time to review our products! We have sent an OS120 replacement screen that is smaller. We understand that the OS144 screen is massive and can be challenging.
This screen is Huge!!! Love it!
I love my projector screen!
Very good quality. Easy to assemble. Takes about 15 minutes with two people and 15 minutes to disassemble. As advertised - good product overall.
This screen exceeded all my expectations. It fits over a frame and stretches tight giving a large surface to project on. It is possible with a lot of wrangling for one person to set it up but a two person team makes it a lot easier. It is a lot like a tent when assembling - you build the frame with snap in tubes and slide the screen over it. You zip one side then tighten with straps along the bottom. It does require you to use 4 lines to stabilize it along with stakes to hold it down. I am very happy with the purchase and plan to watch a lot of movies by the fire pit this summer.