windbreaks

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by ips, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. ips

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    Anyone know were I can buy a couple of good quality windbreaks the sort with a window strip at the top not the stripey beach type. Must be about 3m long and at least 4 panel preferably be the hammer in type not the guy rope sort. You would think it would be easy but have been in everywere I can think of localy and looked at go outdoors etc etc google search just brings up same 3 panle jobbie which I may have to settle for (they have em at riversway preston which is fairly local to me)
     
  2. chas

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    Riversway it is then. :thumb:
     
  3. ips

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    Just had another look and riversway and they do have some longer ones, :whatthe:
    I am sure I looked the other day and they didnt have anything longer but hey ho.
    Still would be interested in any others to compare. :thumb:
     
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    Hi Ian ebay :thumb:
    search ---- camping wind break
    lots on there
    terry
     
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    Jormax make the best windbreaks

    These guys make the best windbreaks by miles, I have had two sets for about 3 years and they are as good as new after lots of use. The poles are lightweight but can be hammered in with the heaviest hammer. This family company were the first to come up with the free standing concept.. with top tensioners, I have never had to use guy lines. They have been copied but no one comes close to the quality of both vinyl and poles.

    Lovely guys to deal with, the company is named after the kids. I have no connection with them, just a very satisfied customer JorMax

     
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    riversway leisure have wind breaks with 4 sections also screw in post holders rather than knocking with a hammer £39.95 for windbreak and £13.95 for post holders.

    tony
     
  8. ips

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    Thanks to all for the replys got one from riversway not window sort but long 7 pole job and steal ends on proper poles blue stripey thing looks ok hope mrs ips agrees as she wanted a posh modern one lol
     
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    I could name some who could break wind for you absolutely free of charge, if that's any help??
     
  10. ips

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    thanks but no ::bigsmile:
     
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