Kampa Air Awning Inflatable for a Caravan

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Air awnings are all the rage, we have a Kampa Air Awning ourselves. Of course, not everyone likes them, you could say from “traditionalists” prefer the pole awnings. It’s a very personal choice, for me, the air awnings have the following advantages

  • Easier to erect
  • Easier to pack away
  • Better in adverse weather conditions
Bestseller No. 1
Kampa Ace Air Pro 400 (2017) Inflatable Caravan Awning*
  • Weather shield Pro fabric - further improved for 2017
  • Limpet Fix Ready
  • Suits caravans with attachment points between 235-250cm high
  • Inflatable - utlitising Kampa's unique one point inflation system
Bestseller No. 2
Inflatable annexe to suit Kampa Rally Air Pro and Ace Air*
  • Inflatable annexe to fit Kampa Rally Air Pro & Rally Ace Air (2016 model Series 3 onwards)
  • Complete with inner tent
Bestseller No. 3
Kampa Rally AIR Pro 390 Plus LEFT 2019*
  • TPU AirFrame with one-point inflation
  • NEW - Dual-Pitch Roof System
  • Total width: 580cm (awning rail required 390cm)
  • Depth: 250cm
  • Requires an awning rail height between 235 & 250cms
Bestseller No. 4
Kampa Rally Pro 390 2019*
  • All aluminium frame
  • Width: 390cm, Depth: 250cm
  • Suitable for caravans with an awning rail height between 235 & 250 cm
Bestseller No. 5
Kampa Rally Air Pro 260 Plus Left 2019*
  • TPU AirFrame with one-point inflation
  • NEW - Dual-Pitch Roof System
  • Total width: 450cm (awning rail required 260cm)
  • Depth: 250cm
  • Requires an awning rail height between 235 & 250cms

Just looking at the short list above, better in adverse weather conditions.. I feel a lot happier with a Kampa air awning on the caravan in high winds. I’m a bit paranoid as I have had a metal pole hit me on the head as well as one damage the side of the caravan. Peg them down well enough and they won’t fly off.

An awning is often termed “divorce in a bag” by witty caravanners. But not so with a Kampa air awning. Well, I think with our awning I can do it pretty much by myself. I also use a Kampa Gale, which is a 12v compressor and pumps the awning up to the required pressure.

Our Kampa Air Awning weighs in at about 25kg’s so it’s still quite heavy. But it’s all in the one bag. There’s no separate bag for poles, which is something you could easily forget. Or at least I could easily forget…

As mentioned earlier, I have had a few mishaps with poled awnings whilst erecting in the wind. I know it is not advisable to do this, however, sometimes you can start out and it’s a calm day, then within 30 minutes, you have near gale force wind blowing around your ankles. You can’t leave an awning halfway up. The wind also makes an air awning troublesome to erect, however, it’s just going to blow around a bit, it’s not going to through heavy poles and you and your caravan.

We’d recommend a Kampa Air Awning over a poled version, especially for beginners.

*Last update on 2020-06-16 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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