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Cheaper alternative to the Kampa Sabre awning ligh 2 months 1 week ago #453973

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Looking for some lights for the awning.
The Kampa Sabre look good but quite pricey.
Has anyone come across a cheaper alternative? Even a DIY solution perhaps...?
Thanks.
Paul.
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Cheaper alternative to the Kampa Sabre awning ligh 2 months 1 week ago #453974

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My first caravan awning light was a long length of twin core cable with a light fitting on one end with a nice blue shade and a 3 pin household plug at the other end, cable tie to hang the shaded light up and cable ties to route the cable out of the way,I reckon we used that light for at least 2 and maybe 3 years.

BP
Elf and safety about to go into orbit I’m sure but I’m still alive to tell the tale.

Ps well worth the expense by the way for the remote controlled sabre light.
Beehpee, I live in Daventry, Northants. A caravanner and love it.
Sir Sticky.....
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Cheaper alternative to the Kampa Sabre awning ligh 2 months 1 week ago #453993

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Solar powered lamps that you fetch in at dusk or I also love the idea of proper lamps hanging from awning poles or nice table lamp on coffee table.
Don't forget the carpet as well and recliner or is that over the top
I believe that if its not fun don't do it
If it is fun do it more
And do it in a Caravan
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Cheaper alternative to the Kampa Sabre awning ligh 2 months 1 week ago #453998

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Visit Poundland.
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Properly trained, man can be dog's best friend.
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Cheaper alternative to the Kampa Sabre awning ligh 2 months 5 days ago #454339

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Check out DIY lights here
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Cheaper alternative to the Kampa Sabre awning ligh 2 months 5 days ago #454352

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Their a cracking family, he's full of excellent ideas, I have watched him for a while, very informative
I believe that if its not fun don't do it
If it is fun do it more
And do it in a Caravan
:)
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