Wind Blockers turn your wind-out canopy into an awning

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  1. Brian Johnston says:

    Saw them on a van & after being impressed managed to get some (sides only) on eBay 2nd hand,,,using telescopic line-props they are great!

  2. Ernest Prior says:

    WE have purchased two sets of these in the past for previous caravans, went to order another pair for our new caravan price has over trebled hence looking else where

  3. Christine says:

    Think it’s brill ida could you get a stronger net Not a flimsy one

  4. Onna Bowerman says:

    How much please

  5. Gill williams says:

    We have a t5 transporter with a flamma awning would the mesh sides fit this

    • Lucie @ Caravan Guard says:

      Hi Gill,

      It’s difficult to say without knowing the exact size of your awning and motorhome. The best thing to do would be to contact the manufacturers, Lillypad Leisure on 08452305260. If you give them your exact measurements they should be able to tell you which shades are best suited to you. Alternatively, there’s a ‘how to measure tool’ on their website which should help, click here to take a look.

      Many thanks

      Caravan Guard

  6. Roy Adamson says:

    Over wintering in Spain we have found Windblockers have eliminated the cool breezes that occur at this time of year. We have been able to sit out and enjoy warm sunshine through December and January, sheltered from the wind. I have used rigid poles to support the end Windblockers and wound the canopy in to trap these poles. Ratchet straps were used at each corner. The middle of the awning was supported by one of the adjustable poles supplied by Windblockers, and another ratchet strap was fixed alongside this pole. We have had gusts of 40km/h without incident.

  7. john sadler says:

    seems very expensive to me

  8. E J says:

    It would be useful if the weight was given

    • Craig says:

      Hi sorry for the delay in responding. We had an issue with the alerts telling us people were posting on the blog.
      The Lillypad Leisure website says that a full set of Windblockers weighs 2 kilograms plus the 2 poles at 500 grams each.
      Kind regards
      Craig Thompson
      Caravan Guard

  9. Geoff. Mason says:

    What a clever idea!! Quality looks good, I will have to have a measure and see if they will fit my 2007 Auto-Sleeper Windsor Transit motorhome.

  10. ian williams says:

    great for shading in those hot summer days, lay back and relax

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