Review of external screen cover

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  1. Petest

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    I know that most of you probably have screens already but I just thought I'd give my thoughts on a cover I got from eBay.
    It's a Hindermann external long cover made to fit the boxer/ducato and cost £85.
    I have no experience of other brands so can not compare performance, fit, etc.

    I've got to say that it fits very well, a sleeve either side to go over the top of the doors and elastic clips/straps which connect to eyelets.
    No condensation on the inside when fitted.
    I've had it a couple of months now and leave it on at all times the vans parked up (have it off during the day if we're using the van).
    It doesn't completely black out the inside of the van but let's a hazy light in during daylight.
    At night no light shows through.
    I've got to say that I'm very pleased with it so far.
     

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  2. wiljoy

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    Most UK owners purchase from either Silvers Screen orTaylormade and if they're feeling rich Van Comfort. Nothing wrong with yours and I always purchase my screens from Europe as they are cheaper and a better fit. If it does the job and you're happy that's all good.
     
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    Good to see a review of an alternative option which might suit some better (y)
     
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