Check out my messages, had a MH for 10 years!One of these on the side of an Auto-trail on a site we're on. http://www.kampa.co.uk/air-awnings/rally-air
Been up for a week or so. Apart from that couldn't tell you much more.
Not looking to "drive you away" from Fun (you'll see the light eventually!) but seem to recollect there was a debate on a caravan focussed forum (Caravan Talk) a year or so ago about inflatable awnings. Might be worth a look there.
I have just purchased a Vango Kela. Took 30 minutes to put up the first time in the garden. Haven't had a chance to use it with the MoHo yet but will next weekend when we are off to Lossie and Nairn for a week. No intention of driving away but thought a free standing one would suit our needs better i.e. a room for getting the dog clean and removing dirty footwear before going in the van. The additional outside seating area for nice days is a bonus. Going to use the over-roof straps because I don't have an awning or rail. Bought for £360 + £7.50 shipping from United British Caravans. Will report back more after next week.
Just want to add that it is quite bulky, almost identical to a Duvalay if you know what they look like rolled up. It does however fit nicely under the nearside bench seat but have to load internally because it won't fit through the external locker door. Still plenty of room in there for two small tool kits, levelling blocks, two deckchairs, collapsible trolley and a few other odds and ends so, all is good
Think I might have gone for that one if it had over van straps.I have the Kampa 260L best awning i have had so far. Easy to put up and stands upto strong winds with no worry of poles bending. Takes me 5mins to put the awning on to the rail and blow up then 10mins to put all the pegs in. If needed it can come down in 2mins.
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Friend of mine had one on his caravan here in Spain for the winter.
Came back one day after a trip out and one of the main pillars had burst, due to the support fabric, having split.
He had it just over 12 months and the sunshine had destroyed the fabric.
Neither Maker or Retailer were interested, claiming that the material was not made for continued exposure to the sunshine and the awning should only be for weekend use, or at the most 14 days at a time.
Needless to say he has a "proper" awning now.
Various fitting methods and there should be little or no leakage depending on how it is fitted.I feel it a bit hard on people to blow up the awnings, they might be in there when You do it
However I did see one being used at Peterborough by a couple in front with a PVC and it was quick and simply inflated but Do they seal against the van with a zip or does the water come in there? They seem better than trying to set up poles and guys.