This manual projector screen is one of the most affordable projector screens in the 110"-120" size range, costing around $60. It is easy to set up: the steel housing case can be mounted to your wall or ceiling with the included brackets. You can slide the smooth-rolling screen up and down when needed.
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Pro Affordable price for its size
This manual projector screen is one of the most affordable projector screens in the 110"-120" size range costing around $60. It boasts a significantly lower price than its high-end counterparts, which cost from $150 to $500.
Pro Easy to set up
The steel housing case can be mounted to your wall or ceiling with the included brackets. You can slide the smooth-rolling screen up and down when needed.
Pro Adjustable screen size/aspect ratio
It has a self-lock system that allows you to pull the screen down and lock it in any position or aspect ratio you choose, such as 1:1, 4:3, or 16:9.
Pro Does not let unwanted light penetrate from either side
The screen surface also has a black-backing so that light cannot penetrate from either side. Thus, you can install the screen behind a window and still get good picture quality during the daytime.
Pro It is able to retract itself
The screen pulls itself back up when you release it after pulling down.
Pro Necessary hardware included
It comes with mounting brackets for wall or ceiling installation.
Pro Easy maintenance and cleaning
Dust does not accumulate and mildew does not form due to the anti-acid, anti-static fabric. To clean the screen, simply wipe with water.
Pro Can be mounted to the wall or the ceiling
The mounting brackets can be used for wall or ceiling installation. The ends of the steel frame also have hoops, and you can use these as well to hang the projector screen.
Con The steel case easily dents
The steel case is not sturdy enough. A few good bumps will leave dents on the steel casing.
Con Diagonal size is misleading
Its diagonal size measures 119", but this measurement is taken at an aspect ratio of 1:1 (square; 84" horizontal length). If you retract the screen to fit a 16:9 aspect ratio, you will notice that it is much smaller than the 120" screens in the same aspect ratio; it is equivalent to a 96" screen only. This is because the 120" diagonal size for the other projector screens is measured from the 16:9 aspect ratio (104"–109" horizontal length). That is a significant difference of 20"–25" in horizontal length and 24"–30" in diagonal length.
Con The screen is not perfectly smooth
Some wrinkles stay at the furthermost edges of the screen because it doesn't have a frame where you can stretch the screen material.