By Heidi from Philadelphia, PA on May 7, 2012
What are the dimensions of this product? Length and width in inches?
By Dawn H. on May 7, 2012
Answer:it is 16-1/2" wide and 21-1/4 high. The diameter when around the canopy leg would depend on the material in it and how much material you have in it.
By Don from Kingman, AZ on April 1, 2013
Will these work with 1 5/8" diameter pipe?
By Magan B. on April 1, 2013
Answer:Yes. They will work with that diameter.
By Yvonne from El Paso, Tx on June 12, 2013
Do I attach the weight bags to the inside or the outside of the canopy legs?
By Dawn H. on June 12, 2013
Answer:It does not matter which side you attach them to.
By Lara from Wisconsin on September 24, 2013
How much weight at each corner is needed for this? It sounds like 20 lbs at each corner would be enough to hold the canopy down. Is this true? I would think that it would need more like 40 to 60lbs per pole to be the same as the stake kit. Can you please advise?
By Collin C. on September 24, 2013
For most applications, the 20 pounds of ballast offered by each weight bag will be enough to anchor the tent properly. If you anticipate higher wind gusts, you may want to go with the Set of Four Undercover Gravity Tubes with Quick Straps
, as they can offer even more ballast.
By Cindy from Denver, CO on June 9, 2015
Does these Canopy Premium Weight Bags hold water rather than sand or stone?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on June 9, 2015
By Fredericka from MD on May 10, 2015
When using these Caravan Canopy weight bags, do I have to use the stakes that go into the ground as well?
By April L. - eCanopy Product Specialist on May 11, 2015
Answer:It isn't necessary to stake down the canopy if you're using weight bags.
By David from Dayton, TN on May 11, 2015
Answer:If you have the space to use the rope and stakes it is added protection. As we are at a craft festival and the tents are right next to each other the ropes and stakes are Not an option but the weight bags are perfect. I hope this helps answer your question. Both are great together, but it just depends on how much space you have. Good question by the way.
By Dave from Orlando, FL on May 11, 2015
Answer:No. You can use the weight bags when your ecanopy is set up on concrete as well as on grass. Simply tightly wrap the strap attached to one side of the weight bag around the metal leg of the ecanopy and attach the Velcro end of the strap to the other side of the weight bag.
By Sandy from IA on May 11, 2015
Answer:Using the stakes gives you added security to make sure that your canopy does not move. Also, some place you can't even use stakes and the weight bags are ideal for securing your canopy.
By Lou from CO on May 14, 2015
Answer:I use the weight bags instead of the stakes. There are so many places that do not allow stakes, or the venue is on concrete, so the option is using weight bags instead.