Isabella Wind Breaks

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  1. JimboT

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    Anyone got these are they any good?
    Too much hassle to put up take down?
    looking to change current ones.
    Thanks
    Jim
     
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    Isabella broke wind?

    Why are you telling us this? Does the fair lady know you are broadcasting her personal traits on the Forum?

    Yooou! cad sir! AND! you are thinking of "changing her" because she "puffs"

    Yooou! Absolute bounder!

    Standards Funsters! Standards! must be maintained!
     
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  3. phase3begins

    phase3begins Read Only Funster

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    Have an Isabella Crystal. Easy to erect and rock solid
     
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    I'm guessing Isabella Crystal is a branded Viagra then?
     
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  5. JimboT

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    these ones are the ones we were looking at!


     
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    They're good.
    Chap on next pitch to us last year had them and although taking a bit longer to put up, they were solid and looked good.
    Where as ours had to be adjusted every few hours due to the weather conditions. In the end we took ours down. (Cheap Khyam windbreaks - although not cheap to be fair)(only bought them to match the awning)
    I suppose you get what you pay for.
     
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    She's good!! I wonder if she can empty the cassette as well?? (y) Right, and her names Isabella.......(y).....She's mine.:)
     
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    Sounds like something out of "Breaking bad"......
     
  9. Stonemags76

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    We finally bought an Inaca (similar to the Isobella), and although much more expensive, it's solid as a rock, even in Spanish winter winds! We got fed up of adjusting the old windbreak, and nature finally made our mind up for us by whipping it up and bending the poles! We were lucky it didn't damage the van, as we were out, but our neighbour kindly rolled it up - ready to be put in the bin! I suppose you get what you pay for!
     
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    I don't stay long enough in one place to bother with a windbreak..
     
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