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16 reviews | 4.3 out of 5
Great product. You should get 3 sets and place them about 18" apart on each end for best assurance.
I bought these for a canopy that has sliding walls that are on upper tracks. The problem with the walls are that when the wind blows, it blows the walls in almost completely horizontally if the wind is strong enough. The de-flappers fixed that problem. I wrapped the velcro part around the bottom of the poles and just clamped the extra fabric. They work great.
I have only used the de-flappers one time, but they did the job. We used them for a 4 day camping trip. A rain storm did come up with some wind and all but one of the de-flappers held. One came off, but I just re-attached it and we had no other problems.
I recently purchased a new, rather high end, awning for my deck, and I was noticing a problem with the wind causing quite a bit of movement and possible stretching of the fabric...to rectify the problem the company recommended a product that they sold.... but when I saw the price my first thought was; I wonder if Walmart has any such thing, and after a short search...sure enough they did....and at a fraction of the cost, so of course I made my purchase from Walmart.com and all is well. Great product and quick delivery at an affordable price...thank you, Barb B., Westbrookville NY
These were ok but I prefer the larger ones which are easier to use and work better in extremely strong wind. These were harder to get the awning in just the right position to tighten up on. Since it is a smaller De-Flapper there was more movement with the wind then with the larger ones. The larger De-Flapper seems to be a stronger De-Flapper and holds a larger area of your awning.
I put three of these on each side of my awning. They grip well and the velcro straps are infinitely adjustable. My awning is so tight and smooth it looks like a rigid surface. I can't speak to durability but so far they do exactly what they were designed to do at a very reasonable price.
I live in my 5th Wheel and want my awning out year-round over my patio. These have a turnbuckle so that you can tighten down on the material with enough pressure to keep them from slipping off. This is a big improvement over using clips that are self tightening. These keep my awning from having any play for the wind to grab onto. Great product at a great price.
Bought this to attach to our awning on RV. The work great. Prevents flapping of awning. Now we can keep awning open overnight with no noise.
easy to install, can be used to apply tension to screen rooms or tarps-not just for awnings
Camco RV awning deflappers work great, easy to install, great price.
I bought these because my Sunsetter Awning was loose. Sunsetter wanted $40 for 4 straps. The price certainly was right on Walmart.com.
Needs longer straps as these are two short. Does grip tight but straps were to short for my awning arms
The velcro straps are just barely long enough for a brand-new awning. But after several years, like mine is, the awning shrinks by several inches, and the straps are now not nearly long enough. Since they are adjustable they could have easily added a few inches. But seeing others in action, they are only marginally useful anyway. Set up your awning as tight as you can, and know that in any moderate wind you must take it down, deflappers or not. And one pair is absoliutely not enough. You need 3 on each side (3 sets). And that gets expensive for a solution that barely works.