Help in locating some one please...

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  1. old-mo

    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    There was a gentleman and his wife camped at the Lincoln Show at the back of the field reversed onto the fence... near or along side a couple of 5th wheels..

    His Motorhome was (I think) a Winnebago, and he had put it up for the first time one of these Mesh screen/windbreaks that clip onto the Canopy.. If I remember the colour was Dark Blue. And was purposely made for his rig/awning/canopy..

    I was well impressed with his and want to order one for myself...

    I wrote down what was written on the label and it was "www.windbreaker.net"... but doing a search that web site does not exist...

    Do any of you know the gent in question.. I assume he was a member of this club or perhaps the RVOC.

    Many Thanks.
     
  2. bungy

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    think you might be looking for windblockers

    Bought some ourselves at Malvern - very impressed with them so far, and they roll down to very small size when not in use
     
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    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    Thanks all...

    Sorted.. :thumb:
     
  4. Larrynwin

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    Got one Mo at Lincoln last year, very good :thumb:

    Larry
     
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    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    Typically me Larry... didn`t think about it till Monday Morning..:RollEyes:

    Was going for a full Safari room but they do the same thing but a hell of a lot cheaper..
     
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    Used one for the first time a few weeks ago and it certainly blocked the wind. I bought some spring clamps on ebay (pack of 4), perfect for attaching to the upright of the awning.
     
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    Had em for a few years now.
    Apart from the elastic loops on the bottom stretching like mad they have been most excellent, and we have been very pleased with them

    Just a shame the old git who owns the company is not as nice as his product ! (In my opinion. I found him rude, nasty and does try it on somewhat )
     
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    Mo there was another funster(with parrot) parked next to us that has stared making his own and looked very good. Im sure it was jezzport or something like that, i didnt get a chance to ask him how much he charges but had a good look at his and it looked ok.

    Gerry
     
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    Thanks for that Gerry... we is sorted now got one being made by Windblocker.. :thumb:
     
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    Thats him Gerry, guy with the parrot.
    It is Jezzport.
    Looks a sturdy bit of kit.
     
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