Silver insulated cab cover recommendations (1 Viewer)

Aug 11, 2021
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Brading, UK
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Eldis Envy 185
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Since 2019
Recommendations please for a silver cover for a Peugeot Eldis Envy 185.
Many thanks
Kim
 
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Jan 28, 2016
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2,957
Stockport, Cheshire
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41,498
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Bravaria i740 AClass
Minster had a deal with free delivery recently. Ours is an A class and they hadnt made one before for our model. We drove up to them and they made a template there and then and made screens to measure in a couple of hours.
 
Jan 1, 2017
1,161
2,618
eastbourne
Funster No
46,681
MH
van conversion, Peug
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4 years
Just bought a replacement from Minster Polar.
Great service good quality

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Dec 31, 2021
519
446
Funster No
86,045
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Adria matrix supreme
I have a brand new set of silver screens specifically for the ducato fitted just to try once for sale if interested, they were 199 at brownhills
 

Sapper520

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Jan 22, 2020
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4,506
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September 2020
Minster Polar Screen, with the longer skirt to cover the vents…….

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Jul 31, 2019
880
8,277
Devon
Funster No
62,885
MH
Swift Bessecar 584
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Since April 2019
Bought ours from Magnum Motorhome :


Good fit and service

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Aug 6, 2018
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GLOBECAR CAMPSCOUT
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Since 2019
An interesting thread, various recommendations but has anyone experience of more than one of the manufactures? We have a Polar screen by Minster and have been very pleased with it but in high winds it can flap around a bit - especially the unrestrained extension flap that covers the air air vent on our Ducato. We have held onto it from our previous Ducato and due to a slight change in the mirror design between the two, it's not quite a perfect fit, but it did flap a bit on that one too.
Are Silver Screens better? I've seen some that look more rigid which may help in high winds?
 
Dec 31, 2021
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446
Funster No
86,045
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Adria matrix supreme
I bought the ducato specific screens for the latest shape ducato and they are real tight around the mirrors, no longer have the van as we were tempted by an a class so are now surplus to requirements if youre thinking of replacing youres they are available
 

Sapper520

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An interesting thread, various recommendations but has anyone experience of more than one of the manufactures? We have a Polar screen by Minster and have been very pleased with it but in high winds it can flap around a bit - especially the unrestrained extension flap that covers the air air vent on our Ducato. We have held onto it from our previous Ducato and due to a slight change in the mirror design between the two, it's not quite a perfect fit, but it did flap a bit on that one too.
Are Silver Screens better? I've seen some that look more rigid which may help in high winds?

In stronger winds I think many people remove their screen covers. Last year, in Cornwall, I had to remove ours due to strong winds. Others we doing the same at midnight, those that didn’t suffered lost or damage to their screen covers.

Must have been various makes of covers as there were a lot of vans on the site. I treat the screen cover like our awning, if high winds are predicted I put it safely away.👍

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Dec 20, 2013
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20
Peterborough, UK
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29,422
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Autocruise Starlet 2
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started in 1985 been in and out serious 2010
Hi Kim i offered you a lull length set that covers the bonnet last month but you declined, i thought you where sorted by now?
 
Aug 6, 2018
222
476
Dorset
Funster No
55,424
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GLOBECAR CAMPSCOUT
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Since 2019
I bought the ducato specific screens for the latest shape ducato and they are real tight around the mirrors, no longer have the van as we were tempted by an a class so are now surplus to requirements if youre thinking of replacing youres they are available
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Sep 7, 2020
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75,549
MH
Knaus Sun Ti
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Recent
In stronger winds I think many people remove their screen covers. Last year, in Cornwall, I had to remove ours due to strong winds. Others we doing the same at midnight, those that didn’t suffered lost or damage to their screen covers.

Must have been various makes of covers as there were a lot of vans on the site. I treat the screen cover like our awning, if high winds are predicted I put it safely away.👍
It's never occurred to me to remove my Silver Screen in wind. I've never even had to use the storm strap loops on it. Mine seems rock solid.

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Sapper520

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It's never occurred to me to remove my Silver Screen in wind. I've never even had to use the storm strap loops on it. Mine seems rock solid.

That was the only time I’ve had to get out to remove it. Van was shaking and we were parked head into wind.

It does fit snuggly and I’m very happy with it.👍

The following day / night was forecast for even stronger winds, so it was only the second time we’ve cut and run home due to weather.😉
 
Aug 6, 2018
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In stronger winds I think many people remove their screen covers. Last year, in Cornwall, I had to remove ours due to strong winds. Others we doing the same at midnight, those that didn’t suffered lost or damage to their screen covers.

Must have been various makes of covers as there were a lot of vans on the site. I treat the screen cover like our awning, if high winds are predicted I put it safely away.👍
You can tighten or loosen the fit by undoing the velcro and repositioning it
Ours definitely seems to have grown a little after several stormy nights. the tightness of the fit at the back and bottom side edges isn't what it used to be.
 

Sapper520

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Ours definitely seems to have grown a little after several stormy nights. the tightness of the fit at the back and bottom side edges isn't what it used to be.

Still a snug fit on ours, but the wind does do a bit of stretching. 👍
 

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