Vango Wind Breaks

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  1. Ellen Higgins

    Ellen Higgins

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    Hi are the vango windbreaks ok as some people say they are a nuisance,
     
  2. DuxDeluxe

    DuxDeluxe Funster Life Member

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    We got rid of our "stayed" windbreaks in favour of the unstayed type from people such as Cornish windbreaks (other suppliers are available) very easy to put up and take down
     
  3. Ellen Higgins

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    We bought one used it twice and put it in bin, went back to knock in poles
     
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    always had knock in ones ,cheap !!! does what is supposed to do
     
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    No matter how you fit the guy ropes to these things the wind always changes direction and you come back to find them wafting in the breeze. Can't be arsed with them. IMO go for knock ins and use the tensioner poles accord the top.
     
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