Michael Cox wrote:Can't speak for the product but their website has numerous red flags.
***@gmail.com doesn't speak highly of them, as they are using a free web service.
The photos i could see seem to be all cgi - where is the proof in the real world? They have cgi of this being used as a buried dome, but nothing showing it done in practice.
Devin Lavign wrote:
Michael Cox wrote:
That said, it is possible these folks are legit just starting out and don't have a lot of real pics yet.
Their website copyright notice is dated 2016. They have had plenty of time.
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Setting up the dome is easy and cost effective for year after year enjoyment. Since our portable domes are made from aerospace plastic it will not discolor or rot....Life expectancy of over 30 years
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