Bradcot Classic Review

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“The alloy poles are rubbish. The bent in the wind and...”

Written on: 17/08/2008

Good Points
Easy to put up, even on you own.

Bad Points
Easy pole system.

General Comments
The alloy poles are rubbish. The bent in the wind and then snapped. Locking devices snapped as well. Basically the pole system was ok for 2 years then the problems arrived. Bradcot also say no to use tie downs with their awning.

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Mross's Comment

Written on: 12/11/2008

The "Easy System" frame is manufactured in Aluminium. Whilst this material can never be considered as strong as steel, it is extremely light in weight, will never rust and it does what it says on the packet, it's "Easy" to use.
<br/>Bradcot do recommend the use of tie down kits, their own. These are fitted inside the awning, to the frame and not the canvas, which allows adjustment from inside the awning. Handy at night in inclement weather and you can't trip over them!
<br/>The type they do not recommend is the one peice "Belt Type" that fit over the entire awning canvas. In windy weather they will vibrate like a violin string and very quickly damage the coating on the awning roof.
<br/>Hope this info is of help?

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