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Outwell Cove 340A - The Outwell Cove 340A awning has lots of clever and innovative touches (© Practical Caravan)

Outwell Cove 340A 2019

The smallest model in Outwell's new Nordic Coast range is ideal if you are looking for a more compact awning, or one to take away on weekend breaks

Created on 20th March 2019

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Practical Caravan – caravan awnings – Outdoor Revolution Elan 340 review – 1 - The Outdoor Revolution Elan 340 has single-point inflation, a draught skirt is standard, and access is via two side doors and single front doors (© Nick Harding/Practical Caravan)

Outdoor Revolution Elan 340 2018

A touch of class? From its superior lightweight fabric and finish to its quick and easy set-up, that’s what this inflatable porch caravan awning feels like

Created on 24th April 2018

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Practical Caravan – awnings – Crusader Climate Airzone 350 DeLuxe – 1 - This 29.5kg inflatable awning should be super-waterproof (© Practical Caravan)

Crusader Climate Airzone 350 DeLuxe 2018

An award-winning, well-specced air awning, the Crusader Climate Airzone 350 DeLuxe has a lot going for it on paper – let's pitch it and put it to the test!

Created on 22nd January 2018

4.5 stars


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Practical Caravan – caravan awnings – Westfield Gemini 390 Pro review – 1 - This Westfield Gemini 390 Pro costs between £599 and £699 – and it weighs 17.6kg (© Peter Baber/Practical Caravan)

Westfield Gemini 390 Pro 2018

You get a few premium surprises with this budget-level awning, although you’ll probably want to add at least one of the options – here's our review

Created on 21st November 2017

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The Practical Caravan Prima Deluxe 390 awning review – 1 - The colour of this Prima awning by Bailey is very on trend – luminous guylines are handy after dark (© Nick Harding/Practical Caravan)

Prima Deluxe 390 2017

Check out this newcomer to the awning market! If you haven’t already heard of Bailey’s Prima, you will soon – it’s a porch awning that makes a lot of sense

Created on 26th September 2017

3.5 stars


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Practical Caravan's Outwell Pacific Coast awning review - 1 - Mike Le Caplain reviews the mid-range Pacific Coast awning, one of three inflatable caravan awnings from Outwell (© Practical Caravan)

Outwell Pacific Coast 2015

Practical Caravan's Mike Le Caplain tests the 2015 Outwell Pacific Coast awning and gives his verdict on the tent-maker's mid-range inflatable porch

Created on 10th November 2015

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Westfield Easy Air 350 awning review 4 - Open up the front panels and use optional poles to form a sun canopy (© Practical Caravan)

Westfield Easy Air 350 2015

If you're looking for caravan awnings that are easy to put up on your own, read Practical Caravan's Westfield Easy Air 350 inflatable awning review

Created on 22nd June 2015

3.5 stars


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NR Pullman 2012

NR COMPONENTS (Todmorden) Ltd is about the only surviving major manufacturer of caravan awnings which can claim to be truly British – and importantly – still …

Created on 22nd January 2014

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Isabella Sun Blue canopy 2009

THE ISABELLA SUN BLUE isn’t an awning in the accepted sense of the word as it has no front panels and even the side ones don’t need to be zipped in. But that …

Created on 22nd January 2014

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The Inaca Mercury is a great choice for a weekend or short caravan break

Inaca Mercury 360 2013

DESIGNED AND MADE in Barcelona, Inaca awnings offer top quality at an affordable price. They are now available from eight UK distributors, including Glossop …

Created on 4th February 2013


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