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Awning Size Guide


The "Magnum Air Force" Dorema All Season Model has come around due to the success of the lightweight version made under the Starcamp badge. The advantage of the All Season version is the use of TenCate DormaTex materials that can be used throughout the season and can be seasonally sited if required.

The easy Air Frame System (EAF) and one valve inflation point allows the awning to be erected with ease.

This new model is produced in Europe in Dorema's own modern facilities using the latest materials and technology available.

The additional extensions (Add Ex's) make this the most versatile awning on the market.

A Base model of 260cm with 1 Addex (Left or Right) will give you 530cm of space or 800cm if both are added.

The same Addex's can be fitted to a 390 base which increases size to either 660cm or 930cm, giving plent of space for any added guests.

Height: Designed to fit caravans from 235cm to 250cm in height.

Roof and Wall Material: TenCate all season designer fabric, Heavy quality coated polyester.

Front Panels: 2 or 3 Roll up panels.

Side Panels: Door both on the left and righthand side.

Ventilation: Mesh ventilation doors in both side panels plus ventilation above and under in the side panels which can be closed.

Frame: (EAF) Easy Air Frame with one point inflation.

Available Colour: Charcoal/Grey

Weight: Magnum Air Force 260 - 27kg, Magnum Air Force 390 - 37kg with AddEx approx 13kg.

Optional Extra: Addex Extensions - Inner Tents - Roof Linings - Sun Canopy.

How to measure for the size of your awning

How to measure for the size of your awning

  1. 1. Ensure your caravan is on a level standing.
  2. 2. Get a piece of string or tape measure. Using the string/tape measure, measure from front ground level around the awning rail and back down to the ground level at the back. Take the measurements in centimeters.