AIR AWNING

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I have for sale an Outdoor Revolution Air Awning.
Model is the Speed X2.
It has only been used approx 4 times due to covid restrictions.
It came with a caravan I purchased in August this year but is surplus to requirements as I already have two awnings.
It comes with pump and repair kit,is in fantastic condition and retailed when new for approx £460.
Realistically I would like £250 but no sensible offer would be refused.I am located on the Wirral
and it could be couriered at the buyers cost if required.Screenshot_20210823-192449_Samsung Internet.jpg
 
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I have for sale an Outdoor Revolution Air Awning.
Model is the Speed X2.
It has only been used approx 4 times due to covid restrictions.
It came with a caravan I purchased in August this year but is surplus to requirements as I already have two awnings.
It comes with pump and repair kit,is in fantastic condition and retailed when new for approx £460.
Realistically I would like £250 but no sensible offer would be refused.I am located on the Wirral
and it could be couriered at the buyers cost if required.View attachment 2488
I think it should sell with no problem good luck
 
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Very difficult to get the thing looking half decent I suppose!
They hardy ever compare with the tautness and accuracy of a quality poled awning.

Good luck.
 
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I don't think that's entirely fair. The air awnings that are decent quality I see that have materials on a par with Isabella set like Isabella. Cheap ones set like cheap ones. I have to add things can go wrong. Our outdoor revolution was beginning to look v odd. The outer legs bendy and wrinkles sides. Bit of research said bladder creep. They slowly move down. Soon sorted by unzipping when flat and moving up again.
 
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My Kampa air pro 390 model 2021 version is brilliant in every way, easy to erect, looks great, I bought a roof cover which I fitted on first use and left it there since, no condensation shown having used it 3 times for total of 5 weeks, out of curiosity as to whether the condensation was being collected by roof cover I lowered it and there was no condensation, I’m really pleased with it, not cheap at a fiver short of a grand, plus the cost of the roof lining, kampa skirt with the storage pockets, a veranda pole I can fit across the front door so it’s half open, a decent groundsheet/carpet, as for setting it up, I’m 66 with some health issues but using an electric pump to inflate it, a kampa pulley as recommended by Thingy to drag it along the rail I’m able to do it single handed, I can’t see me buying anything else ever.

BP
 
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Our air awning looks ok. Sunncamp Air 220,
Entirely agree. Yours looks beautifully erected and I too own the same awning but the larger size which, although I say it myself, I pitch in an equally competent way.

If I was in the market for a similar awning then a photo such as yours would immediately impress me. If the photo was of a rather less perfectly erected awning I might think twice.

Marketing is important as we all know.

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Which awning would you go for?
 
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We're in the van at the mo. Eye kettleby. Lovely place. But South site is very exposed. Last time we came the wind rose during the day and a group of us took 8 awnings down. We check the forecast very carefully and never put it up if the wind looks like being over 34knots. A tip from a Welsh site owner who banned them over that wind speed. There were a lot of people up at midnight last night re doing pegs or taking awnings down. Some awnings do fair better of course with storm straps etc but take care out there. Air awnings generally do less damage if they do let go .
 
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We're in the van at the mo. Eye kettleby. Lovely place. But South site is very exposed. Last time we came the wind rose during the day and a group of us took 8 awnings down. We check the forecast very carefully and never put it up if the wind looks like being over 34knots. A tip from a Welsh site owner who banned them over that wind speed. There were a lot of people up at midnight last night re doing pegs or taking awnings down. Some awnings do fair better of course with storm straps etc but take care out there. Air awnings generally do less damage if they do let go .
I hope you having a nice break lovely site Eye Kettleby it one of our favourites :)
 
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Entirely agree. Yours looks beautifully erected and I too own the same awning but the larger size which, although I say it myself, I pitch in an equally competent way.

If I was in the market for a similar awning then a photo such as yours would immediately impress me. If the photo was of a rather less perfectly erected awning I might think twice.

Marketing is important as we all know.

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Which awning would you go for?
i like the look of Hutch Sunncamp porch awning it looks brilliant :)
 
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I am looking for a sun canopy so would be happy to swap the air awning for the right one.
We have a sun air canopy and regret buying it. Used once last year and only twice this year. We have dogs so was the wrong choice.
 
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I am looking for a sun canopy so would be happy to swap the air awning for the right one.
We have the Dorema shown in the picture and love it. It is very very old. But they are still made. We love it, but not good in the wind.

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John
 

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