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Although Aldi is a small inventory grocery store, in recent years it has shown a willingness to go big. That’s how we’ve seen the likes of futons, mattresses, lawn mowers, and even table tennis tables. Aldi is still picky about how many big things it will stock at any one time, but few things seem out of bounds anymore. If it exists, it seems like, at some point, Aldi will sell it.
The grocer has a pretty solid annual offering of patio furniture. We’ve owned both a glider and a swing for years, and we’ve seen patio furniture and other décor in the store as well. Most of it has been under the Gardenline house brand. That seems to be changing, though, as Aldi has recently started selling outdoor furniture under the Belavi label.
What We Know:
The Belavi Gazebo with Netting (Product Code: 7884) is an Aldi Find, which means its only in stores for a limited time. Aldi will not be restocking it until next year at least, so if you want it, you’ll want to get it as soon as it hits stores. Remember Aldi does not offer online ordering for its specials either, so if it’s sold out at your local store, that’s it.
At the time of this post, it costs $169.99. It’s one of the more expensive products Aldi sells, although the price is on the lower end compared to other gazebos out there. It is is backed by a one-year warranty.
According to Aldi, the gazebo’s features include:
- a two-tier roof that allows for air flow
- sliding netted curtains that keep out unwanted pests
- a heavy-duty steel frame with powder-coated finish
- a water-repellent gray canopy with detachable black netting
Fully assembled, the gazebo is 10 feet wide and deep, and 9 feet tall.
What We Don’t Know
We haven’t tested this gazebo, so we haven’t been able to see how well it assembles or holds up over time. We’d love to hear from people who have, though. Our goal with open thread posts like this is to offer a place for people to share about their experiences with a product.
Do you have experience with this gazebo? Let us know in the comments.