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Isabella Winter

Thanks to the heavy-duty materials, a special roof angle to prevent the build-up of snow, an extra wide external mud flap, a strong steel frame, flexible pegging and window foil designed to withstand extreme temperatures, Isabella’s Winter awning will stay the course – even in a heavy snow storm.

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  • Set of curtains
  • Draught skirt
  • Wheel arch cover
  • FixOn
  • Awning bag
  • Pole and peg bag incl. peg remover.

Number

167202403

Special Details

External mud flap, special roof angle, extreme window foil.


Curtains

Cube Creme

Recommended For

All Seasons

Frame options

Strong Zinox tubular steel frame with T-Rex locking clamp

Roof fabric

PVC 520 g/m2

Base Material

PVC 380 g/m2

Side/Tent Material

PVC 380 g/m2 - intensely resilient and water resistant material.

Colours

Black
Grey

Front & side illustration

Figures: Covers A-measurement from-to (cm) Price group (G)
Red dots: No. of rafter poles.
Dotted outline: Zip for removable and fold-down panels.
Cross-hatched windows: Ventilation net with foil cover.


Base drawing

Dotted outline: Canopy.
Triangles: Door openings.


Width (cm)

220


Depth (cm)

180


Fits caravan heights between (cm)

235 cm and 250 cm


Straight rail measure (cm)

234


Wing measure (cm)

2 x 7


Tunnel length (cm)

206


Weight incl Zinox / Prenox (kg)

27,50


NetWeight

14.7


Assembly Guide

Maintenance Advice

TIPS FOR MAINTENANCE

Vacuum or brush awning off when it is dry. Subsequently, wipe with a damp cloth.

Windows can occasionally be sprayed with Aquatex reproofer, and then immediately wiped with a dry cloth (max. twice a year).

For larger cleaning, IsaClean can be used. Aquatex should be used afterwards for reproofing.

 


Isabella Winter

Thanks to the heavy-duty materials, a special roof angle to prevent the build-up of snow, an extra wide external mud flap, a strong steel frame, flexible pegging and window foil designed to withstand extreme temperatures, Isabella’s Winter awning will stay the course – even in a heavy snow storm.

See more about the Isabella Winter series

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