Fiama awning recomendations

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Fiama awning recomendations

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I have seen some of you guys at meets with the Fiama awnings.. what ones would you recommend and what ones would you say to avoid :ok

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ive got the f35 pro which can be a faff to pack away if the wind gets up, other than that its great

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Not sure whether this linky will work, but Campertronic currently running an offer if you're interested. It's on the T4 Forum, but we can also get them to fit T25.

http://www.vwt4forum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=351977" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Thank you both for taking the trouble to reply.

The link did work , I will have a look at them, I am considering what would be the best option for me at the mo, either a drive away awning or the Fiama.

I remember seeing them and thinking that they did look good, but with most things in life...quality costs !

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How about a roll out awning? They still only take minutes to put up and are a bit cheaper. There are a few on eBay at the moment. I do have a drive away awning too, but don't use it very often as I prefer the roll out awning. It doesn't take up any valuable space in the van either!
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If you find something you like the look of drop us an email and we can get you a price.

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