External Thermal Cover

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  1. electrajohnt

    electrajohnt Read Only Funster

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    Has anyone experience of these, at £42.50 are they ok or is there better to be had.

    EXTERNAL MOTOR HOME BLIND THERMAL / WINDOW COVER By Maypole
     
  2. beacons

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    Have just looked on goggle several sites that are offering maypole mh blinds they seem to be much cheaper than some others I would maybe order them from a site that could be returned if not what you thought
     
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    The Mother and Father in Law had one on their old J reg Ducato, it was a dire fit and needed severe alterations to insulate anything!
    The material used is effective, it just needs to fit!

    You would be better off buying a model designed to fit your van. A universal fit that works does not exist!
     
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    You can't beat silverscreen, based in Cleckheaton . Top quality. Does what it says on the box. 5 people 2 dogs. No condensation and toasty warm , with the Webasto.
     
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    Another happy silverscreen user,fits perfect and easy to fit,keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer.
     
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    I bought a similar cover, the fit was awful so I sent it back and bought genuine Silverscreens.
    I don't think you can beat them
    Allan
     
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    Silverscreens for us too. We bought them for our first MH which was a Autocruise on a Peugot Boxer. We then changed the MH and have a Autotrail on a Fiat Ducato with remis blinds. The silverscreens wouldn't fit due to the cab doors being too wide because of the remis blind fitments. I called Silverscreens and they altered them to fit (perfectly) at a cost of £30. Excellent service. (y)
     
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    Called silverscreens, told them I have an A class, they asked which one, they said they had a pattern for it, asked a few questrions about what sort of door locking it had on passenget side. Paid and it was made the same day and arrived the following day. With a lot of trepidation tried the fitting. Should not have worried - it fits like a glove. Superb!!
     
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