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2017 feel free magazine Page 4

Isabella

– Danish design since 1957 Page 22

From cross-country ski pole to awning pole Page 34

New Isabella collection 2017

awnings, sun canopies, camping furniture and camping accessories


60 years of camping

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Come 2017, it will be 60 years since Søren Odgaard turned his passion for camping into his profession. It all started with the production of a villa tent called Capri. Prior to that, he had been renting out tents, giving him every opportunity to see what their weak points could be. So his début tent, Capri, came with a great deal of experience already built into it. And that is how it has been ever since. At Isabella, we believe that it is our force of will to constantly develop and build new features and improvements into the awnings that has made Isabella a unique – yet ever youthful – product. It is only by doing this that we can ensure that Isabella awning owners throughout Europe can enjoy hassle-free holidays and thus experience the feeling of freedom. For us here at Isabella, camping is all about the feeling of freedom. It is our vision to inspire and set the scene for the feeling of freedom… The freedom to be yourself, to relax, to live life to the full, to be together… The way Isabella sees it, freedom is not something that happens by chance... It comes with quality and the peace of mind of knowing that things are made to last. It comes with good design and the joy of spending time in a beautiful setting. It comes with carefully thought out features and the joy of everything working as it should. At Isabella, we have both the curiosity needed and the will to do things differently. And we wish to help shape developments over the next 60 years, too. As market leader, we will ­always be one step ahead, hence our promise to all Isabella campers: Feel free. We wish you and your family a wonderful camping season. Morten Kjeldsen CEO, Isabella

Content FULL AWNING 34 Prisma 36 Penta Thirty 40 Commodore Insignia 42 Commodore Seed 46 Ambassador Seed 48 Capri Coal PORCH 50 Minor 51 Magnum 250 Coal SPECIAL MODELS 52 T@B full awning or sun canopy 54 Capri Coal – Eriba Touring 55 Adria Action 361 PORCH – ALL YEAR 58 Winter 60 Universal 420/360 Coal

ALL YEAR 62 Villa 550-650 SUN CANOPY 64 Shadow 65 Sun Shine 66 Eclipse 67 Cosy Corner II FURNITURE, ACCESSORIES, FLOORING 68 Awning Front and side panels for Fiamma Caravanstore and Omnistore Caravan models 70 Annex 72 Windscreens 76 Isabella furniture 84 Accessories 96 Isabella Flooring Concept

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Isabella – Danish design since 1957 Danish design has had a place on the world map s­ ince the 1940s and has been exhibited at a long list of ­museums as an example of the best in terms of both ­innovation and craftsmanship. Names such as Kaare Klint, Hans Jørgen Wegner and Børge Mogensen ­attracted great a ­ ttention t­ hroughout the world– and still do to this day. But D ­ anish furniture design was not the only thing to make an ­impression. Anything that could be designed for improved function and user ­experience became a part of what is now known as ­Danish Design. A Danish washing up bowl is even on ­display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York! The Golden Age of Danish Design The 1950s and 60s are known as the Golden Age of Danish Design and this was when, in 1957, Søren Odgaard started production of Isabella awnings, and he was influenced by – and himself became in his field – part of the DNA upon which Danish design is founded. At the time, it was part of the mindset of furniture designers that everyone should have the opportunity to buy quality at a price they could afford. Craftsmanship and attention to detail were also very much in focus. The Danish tradition of craftsmanship, which involves refining both the idea and the design, has always helped elevate the quality of Danish design. The offshoot is a desire to create something that functions in everyday life and can withstand use. Welfare and camping Camping was new in the 1950s. The number of cars per capita across Europe alone was so low that few were in a position to go camping, but, as luck would have it for Søren Odgaard and Isabella, the number of cars – and campers – increased explosively in the years that followed. Welfare development and growing industrialisation also meant more days off and a shorter working week. This left time for camping and freedom... and just as people would furnish their homes with good, functional design, so, too, would they surround themselves with things on the campsite that could withstand use and offered a host of practical details. And this is where Isabella will still have the status of a design icon in 2017 and beyond, because Isabella is based on the same DNA as many other Danish companies, i.e. the desire to innovate in line with changing consumer demand and desires ... if not a little before.

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Caravanity – another side of camping Most people associate camping with travel and e­ xperiences, while for others, it also is a profession and a passion that can lead to other things in life. Femke Creemers from the Netherlands uses her great creativity and love of camping to refurbish old caravans and write books.

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What is your relationship with camping? I have camped all my life and I love it. First, in a De Waard tent and later in a small ­C hateau caravan. When I met my husband, who fortunately loved and still loves camping, we travelled to Australia and New Zealand. We did it in rather a fun way, driving around in a swanky camper van with a small tent! It meant we were outside all the time and that was one of the best things about the journey. When the children came along, we switched to an old, six-metre-long Eriba. It was quite a different story, and we couldn't help but notice how ugly it was. After giving it a makeover, which took us several weeks, not only did we have a nice caravan, but "Caravanity", which we run today, was born.

things than at home, that's when quality time arises. And I have many other reasons why it has to be camping. With other types of holiday, you don't have the same freedom to travel right where you want to go and to be there for as long as you want. It's the best. The weather comes with you wherever you go, and I love all kinds of weather.

Why camping? Camping is freedom and outdoor life. When you switch off, as you do when you're camping, and you're surrounded by fewer

What is “Caravanity”? My husband and I are both really creative, and we came up with the word "caravanity" one evening after many hours of brainstor-

Where do you get your ideas from? Pinterest is really good and I draw a lot of inspiration from there. Caravanity's large fan base is also incredibly good at coming up with ideas, so when I mix it all together with my own ideas, you can see the results in our refurbished caravans, books, tips on the website, etc.

ming. It is a combination of "caravan" and "vanity" – and that is precisely what we do. We camp and make things look nice. But "Caravanity" is also about doing things your own way and not necessarily the way the camping industry thinks it should be done. Our caravans have personality and no two are alike. This makes things unique and bear their own soul. Some have stripes, others have lots of flowers. We don't throw any old things out either. Just because something is old, it doesn't mean it is useless. Visit Femke Creemer's fascinating camping universe here: www.caravanity.nl

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A caravan is undressed without one! At Isabella, we have been known to suggest that a caravan is an annex to an Isabella awning! Most new campers soon discover that life as a camper is lived in the awning. This is where you are closest to nature and experience the feeling of freedom you get when you're on holiday. We set ourselves tasks every day: How do we prevent draughts in the awning? How do we ­ensure that rain stays outside? How do we ensure shade and a pleasant climate with v­ entilation when the sun's baking down? We think about every detail – visible and invisible. It is our goal that the sum of all the details we build into an Isabella awning will ensure our customers some great holidays. We think about craftsmanship, details, quality, new ways of doing things, while holding on to all the experience we have, and all the response we receive from Isabella campers across Europe. And we take it as recognition when the new solutions we come up with become ­standard in many other awnings in the years that follow.

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Design your own unique wind screen

Download Isabella's new app – "Your Isabella" and design your own wind screen Isabella has developed a new app that allows you to add your own ­personal touch to your surroundings when you're on holiday. With the Isabella App – "Your Isabella", you can take a photo and have it transferred to an Isabella wind screen. Get the better of your kids or brag about your finest catch. Make your beautiful nature photos your view or bring your ­f avourite flowers with you on holiday. There are countless possibilities! The app is free. Enjoy using "Your Isabella". Download our app in App Store or Google Play – search for "YourIsabella".

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Isabella Outdoor Life

Isabella Outdoor Life is the name of a brand new range of Isabella clothing that will be on sale at Isabella dealers from Spring 2017. Isabella Outdoor Life is based on the same DNA as all the other Isabella products: top-notch quality, design and functionality. Keep an eye out at isabella.net and be ready when the new ­wardrobe goes on sale.

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"Camping Women" is mobile art

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What kind of person comes up with the idea of decorating and transforming five caravans into mobile art, which moreover focuses on five exciting types of women? Marit Benthe Norheim, a Norwegian artist living in Denmark, that's who! "I have camped from a very young age. First in a very small, old tent, and I remember how jealous my family and I were of all the people who could afford a caravan with all the mod cons. When I had children, we bought an old caravan. It was pure luxury and we enjoyed so many wonderful experiences with it. When it got too old, I couldn't bear to throw it out, and one day I looked at it and it struck me that it looked like a woman," says Marit Benthe Norheim. And women just happen to be the theme of most of the Norwegian artist's inspiring art. "We've enjoyed so many experiences in the ­caravan, in that we have gone away as a family. And the fact that we all come from a woman, and that she is often the one who brings the family together, means that there are some interesting similarities between a caravan and a woman," Marit Benthe explains. The different types of camping women arise from the shape and design of the caravan. Marit Benthe simply looks at the shape of the caravan, and then comes up with the idea for a type of woman, which she then illustrates with her imaginative and extremely e­ ye-­c atching figures. “As a woman, I see life as something filled with dreams, experiences and adventures, and the same can be said of camping. As I often use women in my art, the two themes fell together quite naturally.” The five camping women have also travelled around a bit – in Iceland, the Faeroe Islands, Norway and Denmark – and we certainly get some looks when we come rolling through the countryside.

The Bride (Bruden) The bride has immense erotic charisma, but all the wedding photos inside the caravan show the differences in the perception of marriage, and, in several places, point indirectly to the often difficult conditions a bride will come to live under. The Siren (Sirenen) The Siren is a c­ ontemporary sculptural interpretation of the seductive siren of Greek mythology, who lures sailors to shipwreck on the rocks. This is how seduction often works today. Mary the Protector (Marie Beskytteren) In Mary the Protector, we encounter a modern depiction of the theme of compassion, which is often weakened at a time when i­ndividualism has such a central place. Campingmama Campingmama is big and caring, but also symbolises the narrow-­mindedness, the almost suffocating atmosphere that the petty-bourgeois life can hold. The Refugee (Flygtningen): The Refugee is both a proud and vulnerable female figure, facing an uncertain future. Inside the caravan, 400 Norwegian children and refugee women have papered the walls with mosaics depicting the hardship and hope of refugees.

Photo: Inge Tranter, Gudfinna Magnusdóttir Niels Fabæk

“And that's what I want. I want people to see and experience my art, and it should be fairly obvious what I am trying to say, so you don't have to be an art buff to see the theme and the message. Most people can draw their own c­ onclusions just like that when they see a caravan and a woman,” says Marit Benthe.

The five camping women Else Marie Bukdahl, former rector of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts, describes the five camping women as follows: The Camping Women, whom we encounter as individual ­personalities, are ­c haracterised by contrasts, mystery-­filled aspects and enigmatic moods. That's women for you. But they are also symbolic, ­representing prominent types of women from history and from our own time.

Marit Benthe Norheim's next art project can be seen in connection with the naming of Aarhus as European Capital of Culture in 2017, when boats will be transformed into women. See also www.campingkvinder.aau.dk

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Attention to detail is a focus on quality The famous German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe stressed the value of attention to detail most poetically: "God is in the details". Without attention to detail, the quality will never be the best it can be. And that is why Isabella pays such attention to detail. Of course an awning can look good from a distance, but Isabella wants it to look good up close, too. Function and ease of use Smart, carefully considered details ensure simple function and ease of use. The same carefully considered details also ensure durability. An awning is an investment that must hold its value. Both its utility value – holiday after holiday – and its sales value in the event that the Isabella awning is sold on to happy, new owners.

A Exclusive Typhoon™ storm sash. B DropStop™ rain grommets are fitted to all rivets in the roof. C F ixOn™ screwless brackets designed for ­better tensioning, with easy positioning. ­S upplied with all Isabella awnings. D Heavy-duty hard-wearing reinforcements. All D-rings are sewn with PVC reinforcements. E Door ties with press studs for all Isabella awnings. F Isabella curtain system for material that hangs perfectly, with the pattern inside or out ­w hichever you prefer, and allowing curtains to be easily taken down and put up. G To complete your window dressing, all of ­Isabella’s curtains come with tiebacks in the same fabric as the curtains. Tiebacks are ­easily fitted with a snap fastener on the sewn-in tape in your awning. H IsaFlex™ pegging elastics with great ­elasticity and strength are supplied with the Isabella range. I T he double wing, with separate beading and seam detail, ensures a great fit on all caravan shapes. J T he double-folded seams in the roof ­g uarantee a 100% straight & waterproof seam for a better shape roof. The curve of the roof is designed to ensure the best possible fit and better tensioning of the awning. K Storm Securing PVC triangles are firmly sewn under windows for optimum position of ­IsaLink™.

L S  ubstantial four way zips, always run ­smoothly. Hard wearing and always covered to protect from sun and rain. M Internal mud flap allow the pegging elastics to perform correctly and prevents drafts in the awning. Laying carpet over the mud flap makes an effective draft excluder. N All Isabella awnings have ventilation panels; some are fitted with extra panels and/or mosquito net(s) in the side, these reduce ­condensation and create the best indoor climate. O Regulator tabs in the corners and spiked shoes on the poles ensure uniform tensioning and reduce wear and tear “locking” the canvas and frame together. P E xclusive storage and transport bags for ­awnings, along with frame bags and peg bags, are available. Q T he frames of Isabella’s awnings are pre-­ assembled for easy assembly. The CarbonX fibreglass frame comes with IsaFix locking ­mechanism, and the Zinox steel frame with T-Rex locking mechanism. The locking mechanisms make putting up the awning easy and problem-free.

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Camping and barbecuing go hand in hand

ROAST PORK WITH LIME AND SPICES A tasty addition to the Christmas dinner table – roast pork with a twist Serves: 4 Ingredients ·  1–1.5 kg scored pork loin ·  1–2 tbsp coarse salt ·  2 limes, untreated ·  2 sprigs of rosemary ·  1 sprig of thyme ·  12 peeled shallots ·  5 whole cardamom pods ·  4 whole cloves ·  ¾ l water or stock ·  Pepper for gravy In the kitchen Finely zest the lime and mix half of it with salt, 16

coarsely chopped thyme and rosemary. Rub the mixture into the rind and down into the cuts. Place the roast in a roasting rack and then into a dish or foil tray. Add water/stock, shallots, cloves and cardamom to the foil tray. Out at the barbecue Prepare the grill for indirect, medium heat. Place the roasting rack and foil tray on the grill, and grill for about 1 hour, adding more liquid along the way if it evaporates. Remove the shallots after 45 mins. and put to one side. Increase the grill temperature to 200°C and grill the roast for a further 20 mins. until the ­crackling is crisp. Remove the foil tray from the grill, keeping the juices and the onion for the gravy. Rest the roast for 15 mins. before slicing, and sprinkle with the remaining lime zest to serve.

Grilling method: Indirect Grill temperature: 175°/200°C Core temperature: 65°C Equipment: Roasting rack foil tray/dish Cooking time: 100 mins. Preparation time: 30 mins. Level of difficulty: Average Tip Use the juices to make the gravy. Sieve the juices into a saucepan, add extra vegetable stock and 200 ml cream. Bring to the boil. ­Place the grilled onions in the gravy and ­season with pepper. If you are barbecuing on a charcoal grill, you can increase the grill temperature by adding ready-prepared briquettes. If the grill becomes too hot, simply remove a few briquettes.


GRILLED STREAKY PORK A crisp, classic dish, a lighter version of which can now be enjoyed thanks to the 2-in-1 streaky pork rack.

Replace the 2-in-1 streaky pork rack on the grill. Grill the pork until crisp – approx. 35 mins. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Serves: 4 Ingredients ·  16 slices streaky pork · Salt · Pepper In the kitchen Salt the pork rashers on both sides and place them upright in the grooves of the rack. Place the rack on its tray. Out at the barbecue Prepare the grill for direct, high heat.

Grilling method: Direct Grill temperature: 220°C Equipment: 2-in-1 Streaky pork rack Cooking time: 20 mins. Preparation time: 15 mins. Level of difficulty: Easy Tip The tray that comes with the 2-in-1 ­streaky pork rack can also be used for making omelettes, tarts or cakes on the grill.

Grill tips · Gas grills are great! They are simple to operate, heat up quickly and are easy to transport. · Supplement your little gas grill with a ­conversion kit so that it can be hooked up to 5 kg and 10 kg gas cylinders · Take advantage of the fact that you can make breakfast, lunch and dinner on the grill – yes, you can even bake on it! · Vary what you grill – there are a whole host of accessories for your gas grill, such as a rotisserie or a 2-in-1 streaky pork rack · You can easily cook a whole roast on the gas grill – either on the rotisserie or in a roasting rack · Grill seasonal, fresh vegetables directly on the grid · Go for simple, tasty dishes that don't take long to prepare · Clean the grill grid while it's still hot. You'll save yourself a lot of bother!

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The perfect awning for the perfect destination Europe has everything, and no other type of holiday is as flexible as camping when it comes to seeing Las Ramblas in Barcelona, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Berlin Wall, the vineyards of France, Denmark's sandy beaches and the North Cape But what is the best kind of awning if you are driving from place to place in the southern sun, or going skiing in Sweden? No two caravan/awning combinations are the same when you pack for a holiday, and "What should I bring?" is a question often discussed between campers. And there is no set recipe for this, as it basically comes down to your own personal needs, on the type of camping holiday you have chosen. Do you drive a lot from place to place? How much should it weigh? What do you have with you? Will you be spending much time at all getting to the site, and what weather conditions might you be exposed to on your holiday? Getting from A to B, quickly and easily If you are going to be out and about on your holiday, and the climate lends itself to sitting out late into the evening, as is ­normally the case when you head south to the M ­ editerranean or the Adriatic in the summer, you could really do with a sun canopy, a wind screen and camping furniture. The dew does not fall in the same way as it does in northern Europe or in the mountains. A little of everything If you are unsure whether you will always be holidaying in warmer climes or switching destination on every trip, you might want to travel around with a smaller awning, the front and sides of which can be removed ­depending on the weather. You can also choose to close the awning completely in bad weather. A lightweight awning is also ideal if you camp in the spring and autumn when the sun may be out, but the wind is cold. This will give you many pleasant hours in the warm awning, which is also easy to put up. Comfort and luxury If you are pitched somewhere over a longer

period, and plan to come and go to your holiday home, you do not normally have to worry too much about the weight. You might want to put up a bigger, ultra stable awning, which can withstand all weathers. Here, the awning serves as a conservatory in relation to the caravan, and it is typically a space where you will spend many hours. A handy tip is to lay a good floor in the awning, to ensure that you have full use of it and a high level of comfort while on holiday. When you have put the awning up, and you know that you will be in the same place for a long time, you can furnish it with better furniture, and many people even choose to have a TV, fridge and outdoor kitchen in the awning, so they don't have to do without anything on their holiday. The lure of snow More and more people are beginning to camp in the winter. This can be in the mountains to the north or the Alps to the south. Not necessarily to ski, but just to get out into the winter nature. However, in many places, this season can be a time of extreme weather, placing extra demands on your awning and the equipment you bring with you on the trip. So, winter awnings and universal awnings also look different to other awnings. Above all, they must be able to bear the weight of snow, or cause it to slide off the roof. Many people who camp all year round, or p­ articularly in winter, also use their u­ niversal awning in the spring and autumn, when they are not typically out as much as in the ­summer. Like spring and autumn camping, winter camping is a wonderful experience and quite unlike camping under the baking sun. Fortunately, one does not preclude the other. 19


There's life in the old Isabella yet! The disposable culture seems to be abating, and it has become in to acquire old things that still work. Just ask Laila Sand, who loves camping, but not the modern ­version. This has led her on an incredible journey.

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It can be a challenge to acquire old camping equipment that has retained its quality, but we are talking here about an extraordinary product that, though faded after many years in the sun, remains in tip-top condition, and keeps the rain out as if it were brand new. It was produced in 1979, and it says everything about the quality that Isabella demands in its products. “I love camping. The tranquillity and proximity to nature, the simple life, and the fact that I get to decide what I want to do and when. Quite simply, I wanted a caravan and awning which were old, so I didn't have to spend too much money on them. First I found the caravan, a Sprite Alpin, and then the awning, which fits it perfectly,� says Laila Sand.


The old yet incredibly cosy holiday home is currently pitched at a seaside campsite in Denmark, and holiday homes don't come cheaper or more lovely than that. We have an amazing view of the water, and when an old Isabella wind screen became available, it was absolutely perfect. Like the awning, the material of the wind screen is as good as new, just slightly faded by the sun. The quality is impressive. “I am really impressed that the awning and the wind screen are in better condition than the caravan. It stands out in all weathers, and I maintain it with water and reproofing. Again, very simple, which means that I don't have to spend my

weekends and holidays on all the practical stuff, but enjoying life, and that suits me down to the ground,” Laila explains, as she soaks up the sun from her chair. There are lots of other guests at the campsite in camper vans and caravans with awnings, all with different set-ups. Thankfully. This old awning and wind screen stand out from all the rest, and ­somehow, it just looks more cosy, even though that is not necessarily the case. What is 100% true, however, is that this awning is of the highest quality – just as the new awnings are today.

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From cross-country ski pole to awning pole Innovation and product development are just two of the secrets behind the high quality of Isabella's extensive range, but some of our products have been "discovered" almost quite by chance. Up until the early 1980s, a set of awning poles consisted entirely of steel poles. While on a skiing trip, the Odgaard brothers fell into conversation about how a ski pole, which was both solid and light, could perhaps be used as an awning pole, triggering the development of a new awning pole. After several years' research, meetings with foreign suppliers and hours of development, followed by test upon test, the new awning pole began to take shape. One of the reasons for its success is the fact that the two brothers never give up on an idea. Only the best is good enough, and they keep at it until they can look each other in the eye and know that the mission has been accomplished. And this is always done in close cooperation with all employees. Development is a never-ending process The journey from heavy steel pole to light Carbon-X pole has been long. Isabella ­established its own pole factory, Campion Production A/S, in the late 1980s. Here, working in close collaboration with a highly dedicated employee, the brothers spent endless hours learning the craft and refining it to produce perfect steel poles and carbon fibre poles. Not only did they develop the products themselves, but the entire production unit and all the tools used to achieve their goal were also developed by the innovative inventors. A new team is responsible for this side of the development today, but Ivan and Peder both often chip in with their ideas. The new ideas combined with years of experience make for a good result. The development of awning poles and all the other functionalities that go into an a­ wning will never stop. Working together with the employees, the two brothers have also helped develop the new T-Rex awning pole bracket, the characteristic IsaFlex rubber strap ­between the awning and peg, the FixOn awning bracket, the Hercules pole tensioner, and much more besides. And the demand for high quality lives on, as Isabella's range can withstand all types of camping, in all weathers, all year round. Isabella awnings are ­suitable for use in the sun, snow, wind and rain.

The Odgaard brothers After more than 40 years' development work, the sons of Isabella founder Søren ­Odgaard, Ivan and Peder, continue to share their advice with the current development team at Isabella. "I played with everything that can be put together and taken apart. LEGO, naturally, but all sorts of other things, too. Sometimes I disassembled things to the point that they could not be reassembled. I have learnt so much from this," explains Ivan Odgaard. After a spell in the warehouse as a young teenager, Ivan trained as a toolmaker, but also worked for a period at the Swedish caravan factory Kabe before returning to production. He worked in all areas, learning all stages of production in the process. Not just today, but over the past 40 years, too. His younger brother Peder Odgaard has always been more into drawing, and his ideas often took shape on paper in the form of various drawings. "It's true. I've always been more into designing and building things. I'm always ­getting ideas about how things can look and how they can be used. It's really exciting ­developing things, even though you know that it can take a lot longer than you think," says Peder Odgaard.

Peder Odgaard

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Three premium products Today, Isabella offers three different types of poles: Zinox steel poles, Carbon-X and the latest addition, Zinox Mega Frame. Zinox steel poles lend themselves to permanent pitching, universal and winter awnings. Carbon-X: Best for touring awnings and Isabella's lightweight awnings. Zinox Mega Frame is for year-round awnings.

CarbonX™ frame a carbon-fibre reinforced fibreglass frame, is suitable for both permanent and touring ­c aravanning. Carbon Fibres are combined with glass fibres in varying amounts, according to pole diameters, to offer maximum strength. The frame is light and fully corrosion resistant. All CarbonX frames are supplied with the IsaFix locking m ­ echanism. With IsaFix in place, keeping the frame in position is easy. With one press of the hand grip, a discreet “click” tells you IsaFix is locked in position.

Zinox™ steel frame is hot galvanised both inside and out to extend its life and to meet all load bearing requirements. The steel frame is made of ISO-certified ­high-strength steel. The strength of the Zinox steel frame makes it particularly suitable for pitching your caravan permanently – and it is included with all Universal and winter porch awnings, because caravanning in the off-peak seasons demands great structural stability due to weather conditions such as strong winds and snow.

Zinox™ MegaFrame The Zinox MegaFrame is a durable tubular steel frame (material thickness: 32 mm/1.2 mm) with welded corners and MegaFix on the poles. MegaFrame is designed for year-round use with a full awning which can remain standing all year, and can withstand powerful storms, s­ nowfall and torrential rain. The Zinox Mega­Frame is supplied with two extra rafter poles, as well as one Hercules 32.5 mm.

CarbonX layers 1 Lengthwise fibreglass reinforced with carbon 2 Cross winding 3 Lengthwise fibreglass 4 Clockwise cross winding 5 Anti-clockwise cross winding 6 Lacquer

IsaFix™ locking clamp included on all CarbonX frames or update your own fibreglass frame! IsaFix can be fitted easily to any Isabella frame, replacing telescopic couplings and wing nuts for quick and efficient assembly of the awning frame.

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T-Rex™ locking mechanism for the Zinox steel frame locks the poles in place and keeps them tensioned in all weather ­conditions with one press of the hand grip and a discreet “click”.

Zinox layers 1 Transparent lacquer 2 Aluminium/zinc 3 Steel 4 Aluminium/zinc 5 Transparent lacquer


Camping and barbecuing go hand in hand

DEEP PAN PIZZA A pizza with toppings and a crispy crust

· Shallots ·  Basil leaves

Serves: 2-3 Ingredients (2 pizzas) ·  25 g yeast ·  200 g Italian wheat flour (Tipo 00) ·  200 g durum flour ·  300 ml warm water ·  2 tbsp olive oil ·  1½ tsp salt ·  1 tsp sugar ·  Olive oil Toppings ·  Tomato sauce ·  Grated cheese · Meat, e.g. chorizo, Parma ham, salami or ham

In the kitchen Mix the crumbled yeast, water and oil in a mixer. Add a little of the flour and stir well. Pour in salt and sugar and add flour, mixing into a dough that is easy to knead (without sticking and without becoming dry). Cover the dough and leave to rise until doubled in size (about 45 mins.). Then carefully divide it into two equal parts and place it on a floured surface (ideally durum flour). Gently roll out the dough with a rolling pin and spread out with your fingers in a greased cast iron pan. Pour on the tomato sauce and top with plenty of cheese and the toppings of your choice.

Out at the barbecue Prepare the grill for indirect, medium heat. Place the cast iron pan in the GBS® grid and bake the pizza for about 15–20 mins., ­depending on the amount of topping. Sprinkle with basil leaves to serve. Grilling method: Indirect Grill temperature: 180-200° C Equipment: GBS® cast iron pan Cooking time: 15-20 mins. Preparation time: 60 mins. Level of difficulty: Average Tip Why not try using wholemeal flour, graham flour or whole wheat flour instead of regular wheat flour?

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Perhaps the world's most carefully considered awning… Experienced campers know an Isabella awning when they see one. They don't need to see the name to recognise ­Isabella's DNA in the colours, shape, quality and – ­­ perhaps most i­mportantly – the special design that makes Isabella awnings recognisable from afar. An awning unites both form and function An Isabella awning is recognisable from its special round windows, a harlequin striped sunshade along the end, wide doors at the front, long overhang wings and, last but not least, large window panels that let the light flood in. Our goal is obviously to create an attractive, harmonious awning, but an equally important part of the job is creating good camping comfort. Colours are indicative of the times we are living in – and adapt to the prevailing mood You can tell from our use of colour whether we are in a time of prosperity or depression. In times of economic downturn, colours are subdued. During an economic boom, we become more daring. Commodore Insignia and Ambassador are good examples of that. The special Insignia blue is quite the departure from the more seasonal colours, signalling positive optimism. All you can see... As with a lot of other Scandinavian design, Isabella strives to create timeless design. We use colour not only to set the mood, but also to accentuate the clean-cut, Scandinavian design. An Isabella a­ wning will never be "in fashion". However, it will remain a style icon for many seasons to come. At Isabella, we also take our cue from the design and colour scheme of cars and caravans in order to achieve an overall harmony, the best we can. It is also part of our job to ensure that

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the different models can be adapted to the different models of caravans. This is where the A-measurement system comes in, which Isabella has developed. And all that you can't see... All Isabella awnings are equipped with reinforcement overlaps of fabric to withstand wear. This means that there are visible patches in different materials inside the awning, all depending on where they are needed. Sudden storms are becoming an increasingly frequent feature of summer weather. Isabella awnings have special storm reinforcement patches in the ends, designed to break off before the awning can fall apart, potentially damaging nearby caravans or cars. Read more about all the special Isabella details on page 15. Materials that stand the test of reality The longevity of the awning is dependent upon the ability of the materials to withstand daily use and climatic influences, particularly the sun and rain. We take this into account in our choice of materials. All materials are developed and produced in Europe. This means that they meet all EU requirements. We ensure that everything is thoroughly tested down to the smallest detail in relation to light and environmental influences on surfaces and surface treatments.


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Become a camper in the space of a weekend Are you one of those who is slightly envious of the p ­ eople sitting enjoying themselves in the awning or in front of their family tent while the children have fun at the ­playground with their friends? Or do you dream of having the freedom to decide where you go and how long you want to be there? If the answer is yes, then camping is definitely for you. Getting off to a good start The best and cheapest way to get s­ tarted is by trying it out. Is the life and the ­atmosphere on a campsite the right thing for you at all? You are bound to have s­ omeone in your circle of friends or family who camps. Ask if you can visit them – ideally at different campsites – because five-star luxury is not necessarily for you. It may well be that you think that a nice, three-star campsite with good facilities and a small playground covers your needs. There is also a big difference between camping near a town or at the end of a long country road. Once you have found out whether life on the campsite is for you and your kids, you need to find out how you will camp. Numerous options There is no other type of holiday that can be done in so many different ways as camping. Some people choose camping instead of a holiday cottage. The caravan is p­ ermanently pitched in the same place, and there is no maintenance or gardening. Others travel from place to place, seeking new e­ xperiences on every trip. The tent, which is the oldest form of camping of all, is still popular today, because a lot of people enjoy the simplicity of it compared to all the amenities they have at home. Others opt for the large, well-equipped ­c aravan with everything their heart desires, as they do not want to risk having to manage without something while on holiday. And then there is the trailer tent or the small, light caravan, which is somewhere in between. A form of camping holiday still gaining in popularity throughout Europe is the camper van – and it is easy to understand why. Just like the caravan, the little house on wheels represents the optimum freedom to enjoy a destination, and drive on when the desire for new experiences takes you. If you are unsure about the type of camping best suited to you, start by b­ orrowing, renting or buying second-hand. A rapid learning curve Whatever form of camping you choose, it does not take long to become familiar with things, but battling with a new tent or a ­barbecue that needs to be put together can be quite a d­ ifferent ­matter, so do y­ ourself a favour and go on a weekend trip close to home for a practice run before heading off on your first real camping trip. And even if you are not big on reading instruction manuals, you may save yourself a lot of time by actually doing it. Today, there are also a lot of videos online showing you how to put up an awning, etc. Preparation is the key to success; do it right and you stand to enjoy a far more relaxing holiday. Check list · Passports and important papers such as insurance · List of campsites · Equipment check – particularly if it is a recent purchase · Car check including entertainment for the drive · Caravan/camper van check – Is everything working? · Awning/tent check – Have you tried putting it up? · Packing list – remember to keep an eye on the weight when loading · The journey there and back – Have you got everything? 31


Tips and tricks A great many talented people work with Isabella every single day. We have asked a number of them from all over Europe for their top Isabella tips to help ensure that your awning stands better and lasts longer. Safelock is smart The awning rail in the caravan can be both too tight and a little too loose. If it is tight, it is a good idea to use Aqua-Tex, before sliding the awning onto the rail. If it is too loose, Safelock is a good solution, to ensure the awning stays where you want it when putting it up. A classic – Don't forget the rafter poles! Contrary to what many people believe, the awning's rafter poles should not be positioned horizontally along the seam. The pole should follow the curve to support the roof, making it easier to tighten the awning. DropStop stops water from getting in But only when it is mounted correctly, so you should always check that it is in the right position, as it can move when putting the awning up. If it is mounted correctly, you have a waterproof awning. A strong set of legs It is a good idea to place Stabilo support feet under the legs of the awning to prevent them from sinking into the ground when it is tightened up. Look after the windows When you roll up the windows, roll them in under themselves. That way, they will not accumulate water and dirt, and last longer as a result. When you put the panel down, make sure that it is not lying directly on the veranda pole. Draw the curtains before opening up. Always use the foot straps Always use the foot straps on both corner legs and on the middle leg. There should ­always be a distance of 7–16 cm (may vary from caravan to caravan) to the ground from the edging that finishes off the a­ wning to the beginning of the mud flap. This is very i­mportant in order to have tension in the pegging elastics all the way round the awning. When there is tension in the pegging elastics all the way round, the awning is well ­tensioned, and thus better protected against wind and weather. Pegging order Start inside the caravan itself, in both corners, 32

followed by the two front corner legs. Next come the sides, and finally the front. When the entire awning is pegged outside, you can peg inside. A job for the big pegs If you are a permanent pitcher and your ­awning is pitched for a long time, we ­recommend using 30 cm pegs for the entire awning. Greater stability IsaLink gives you even greater stability in your awning. It is highly recommended when you are near the sea or in other windy places.1 In stormy weather Hopefully you camp all year – even when it's windy. The storm tensioning should be loose when fitted. It should not tension the awning all the time. It should only kick in when the wind takes hold of the awning, thus keeping it in place and preventing it from flying away. How to get heat out of the awning It's lovely when it's nice and warm on holiday, but what if it gets too hot in the awning? All Isabella awnings have built-in ventilation options. They are located in different places depending on which model you have. When you want to air the awning, simply open the ventilation, ideally in several places to allow the air to circulate. If it is very hot, you can open the awning completely, or remove a piece of the awning in the models where this is possible. Prolong the life of your zips It is a good idea to cross-peg any zips that you don't use to get in and out of the awning so that there is not constant pressure on them. This will prolong their life.2 Quiet, please! With a small piece of cloth, a so-called ­ZipCover, on the zips, you can avoid the noise that they make when they hit each other. Some people also find them decorative. Cleaning the awning, windows and curtains Do not use the cleaning products you use at home for your awning, i.e. no soap. Use plenty of clean water and a soft brush instead.

Spray the awning with water, and then start brushing, rinsing off any dirt removed in the process. Finish off by rinsing thoroughly. This should be done at least a couple of times during the season. Ensure that extra attention is given to particularly exposed areas such as the roof, sides and all corners. The treatment described applies to both the canvas and windows. Do not use alcohol or window ­cleaning products for PVC windows – it will ruin them. The curtains in Isabella awnings should be washed at 30°C, and should not be tumble dried. For gentle yet effective cleaning, we recommend the IsaClean products. Some cleaning required The last thing you want to be thinking about on your holiday is cleaning, but it is n­ evertheless a good idea to vacuum your awning to ­prevent the build-up of soil dust and bacteria. Otherwise, there is an increased risk of it ­becoming mouldy when the humidity rises. Avoiding a wet weekend You want it to be warm and comfortable in the awning, and this can be a challenge when faced with the vagaries of nature. Feel free to add a tarpaulin, which is slightly larger than the awning. For a three-metre awning, you will need 3.2 m, so that there is 20 cm to put up the side of the awning, ensuring that the water runs in under the tarpaulin and down into the ground rather than into the awning. Carpeting conundrums no more! If you have carpet in your awning, it is most comfortable to walk on when it is nice and flat. Use Isagrip so that the pegs gain a better grip, fixing the carpet firmly in place. Save the foil When you unpack your new awning, all of the windows are covered with a thin foam foil to protect them. Keep it for when you pack the awning away between trips. This will help prolong the life of your awning. NB. It should not be wet or damp.


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PRISMA With its depth of 4 metres, Prisma is the largest awning in the Isabella range since the 70’s. Prisma’s flexibility, high durability and strong frame make it the ultimate awning for permanent pitching. The front can be moved back and forth to create a living room with a covered terrace (with the use of optional extras). The large windows ensure that Prisma is a bright, welcoming awning where you will spend many an enjoyable hour. For maximum stability, Prisma is supplied with the Zinox MegaFrame. If you want to use Prisma as a year-round awning, additional poles can be purchased to ensure added stability in the off-peak season.

Removable/fold-down panels: Front, side and corner panels. Special features: Flexible front panels, mosquito nets in both sides3, ventilation in the front, light strip in the roof2, large windows, wide all-round overhang. Choice of Urban Sand or Cube Creme curtains when ordering. Comes as standard with: Wheel arch cover, draught skirt, veranda pole, FixOn, awning bag, pole and peg bags including peg remover. Optional accessories for assembly: Front divider, additional front panels (2 pcs), right or left panel (for partition) which give more scope for variation1. Annex 250, net side, Cosy Corner II, Eclipse FSC (Ask your dealer about sizes), storm securing set.

MATERIALS Isacryl

COLOURS Mocca

Isaroof

295 g/m2

Seed

Coal

285 g/m2

Zinox

MegaFrame

TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATIONS · G18 G18 G18 950-989 G18 G18

G19· G19 G19 1000-1025 G19 G19

· G20-21 G20-21 G20-211050-1125 G20-21 G20-21

· G22-23 G22-24 G22-24 1150-1225 G22-24 G22-24

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PENTA THIRTY Penta Thirty has everything you require from a permanent pitch awning – a depth of 3.5 m without the nuisance of a centre pole, and designed so that every inch of space is used. The material used is Isacryl, which allows the awning to breathe. Mosquito net windows in both sides, and the numerous opening options, make for an optimal indoor climate. A sand-coloured roof imbues the awning with a soft warm light and the combination of the light strip in the roof and the large windows of clear film make the Penta Thirty awning a bright and friendly place to spend time. The sturdy pole construction and the pentagonal shape mean stability for a long season at the campsite. Choose between the strong Zinox steel frame or the extra-strong Zinox MegaFrame for added stability. The combination of MegaFrame with extra winter securing means you can use your Penta Thirty all year round.

Removable/fold-down panels: Front, side and corner panels Special details: Overhang all the way around, light panels in middle of roof. Two large side ventilation windows with mosquito nets1, corner door right front, two door options. Supplied as standard with: Cube Creme curtains, veranda pole, draught skirt, wheel arch cover, FixOn, pole and peg bags, awning bag and peg remover. Optional extras: Annex 220, door canopy2, inner roof, partition wall, storm securing set.

MATERIALS Zinox

Isacryl

295 g/m2

COLOURS Granite

Zinox

Steel

MegaFrame

Isaroof

285 g/m2

875-940 G14-16

950-989 · G18

1000-1025 · G19

G16

G18

G19

1050-1125 · G20-21

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1150-1285 · G22-24

1350 · G25

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COMMODORE INSIGNIA Commodore Insignia is a fusion of classic Isabella design and contemporary materials. Its depth of 3 metres and the choice of three types of frames are a major advantage, especially for those who alternate between permanent pitching and touring and enjoy having plenty of space in the awning. Large panoramic windows make Commodore Insignia a pleasant place to be, with a unique inflow of light. For a pleasant indoor climate, the Commodore Insignia model has mosquito nets with a foil cover in both sides, as well as an integrated top ventilation panel in the middle of the front. On hot days and balmy evenings, the nets keep out annoying insects, at the same time allowing the air in the awning to circulate.

Removable/fold-down panels: Front and side panels2. Special details: Mosquito net in both sides1. Comes as standard with: Cube Creme curtains, veranda pole, draught skirt, wheel arch cover, FixOn, Typhoon storm sashes awning bag, pole and peg bag including peg remover. Optional extras for assembly: Annex 250, door canopy, net side, net front, Cosy Corner II, partition wall, Eclipse front sun canopy, gutter, storm securing set.

MATERIALS

Isacryl

295 g/m2

Zinox

MegaFrame

Steel

CarbonX

Silver

Insignia Blue

Isaroof

285 g/m2

TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATIONS 900-940 路 G16 G14-16

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COMMODORE SEED Commodore Seed is a family awning which is spacious, light and airy. The warm, subdued colours, breathable Isacryl material, large windows and numerous opening and ventilation options make it an oasis of comfort. With a depth of 3 metres it offers every opportunity for the family to find the space for play and relaxation. Commodore Seed is suitable for both permanent pitching and touring. Commodore Seed has frosted window foil in the lower window panels, which gives you a beautiful inflow of light and also offers privacy. For trips to warmer climates, the mosquito net windows in both sides offer plenty of scope for ventilation on hot days and the CarbonX lightweight frame makes it easy to handle. For optimal stability for permanent pitching, we recommend the Zinox tubular steel frame with the T-Rex locking mechanism, which makes it easy to tension and assemble. or for extra durability the Zinox steel Megaframe.

Removable/fold-down panels: Front and side panels. Special details: Frosted window panels1, mosquito net in both sides2, intergrated top ­ventilation3 Comes as standard: With Urban Sand curtains, veranda pole, draught skirt, wheel arch cover, FixOn, Typhoon storm sashes awning bag, pole and peg bag including peg remover. Optional extras for assembly: Annex 250, door canopy, net side, net front, Cosy Corner II, partition wall, front sun canopy, gutter, storm securing set.

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CarbonX

Isacryl

295 g/m2

COLOURS Zinox

Zinox

Granite

Steel

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AMBASSADOR SEED With more than 30 years on the market, our customers rightly expect a lot of the ‘Ambassador’, the ultimate touring awning which is straightforward to put up. Relatively light in weight, with a depth of 2.5m it offers all the opening options you could possibly wish for. Ambassador Seed has mosquito net panel in both sides and is made of Isacryl for a pleasant indoor climate. The roof is coated on the outside and has a patterned inside, which minimises the formation of condensation.

Removable/fold-down panels: Front and side panels. Special details: Frosted window panels1, integrated top ventilation2, mosquito net in both sides3. Comes as standard with: Urban Sand curtains, veranda pole, draught skirt, wheel arch cover, FixOn, Typhoon storm sashes awning bag, pole and peg bag including peg remover. Optional extras for assembly: Annex 250, door canopy, net side, net front, Cosy Corner II, partition wall, Eclipse front sun canopy, gutter, storm securing set.

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Zinox

Isacryl

295 g/m2

COLOURS Granite

CarbonX

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Isaroof

285 g/m2

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G14-16

950-989 · G18

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1000-1075 · G19-20

G19-20

1100-1175 · G21-22

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CAPRI COAL Capri Coal is the ideal choice for touring caravanners. In lightweight, breathable, acrylic material the Capri Coal is quick to erect and easy to transport. The tinted windows make the awning a pleasant place to be, as they tone down the bright sunlight and the large mosquito net windows provide extra ventilation without the annoyance of insects on hot summer days and nights. All front and side panels can be folded down to form a veranda or removed completely. Capri Coal is available with the Zinox tubular steel frame or the ultra-light CarbonX fibreglass frame.

Removable/fold-down panels: Front and side panels. Special features: Tinted window foil, mosquito nets in both sides1, front ventilation, ­h arlequin strip on sides. Supplied as standard with: Bowline Grey curtains, wheel arch cover, draught skirt, veranda pole, FixOn, awning bag, pole and peg bags including peg remover. Optional extras for assembly: Annex 2502, net side, net front, partition wall, Cosy Corner II, Eclipse FSC, gutter, inner roof, storm securing set.

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Zinox

COLOURS Granite

CarbonX

Steel

Stone

Light

Isacryl

260 g/m2

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Removable/fold-down panels: Front. Special details: Mosquito net in both sides1. Supplied as standard with: Set of curtains Bowline Grey, draught skirt, wheel arch cover, FixOn, awning bag, pole and peg bag incl. peg remover.

COLOURS Granite

Steel

Flax

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Isacryl

260 g/m2

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MAGNUM 250 COAL Magnum 250 Coal is a touring-friendly porch which is quick to put up when you’re on the go. With Magnum 250 Coal, you get a spacious porch awning 2.5 metres in depth. The breathable Isacryl material ensures a pleasant indoor climate. The front and side panels can be folded down/removed and, together with mosquito nets in both sides, offer a wealth of ventilation options. If more space is required, inside or out, Magnum 250 Coal can be extended with an Eclipse front sun canopy, Cosy Corner II or an annex which gives you an extra bedroom or additional storage.

COLOURS Granite

Steel

Seed

MATERIALS CarbonX

Removable/fold-down panels: Front and side panels. Special features: Extra long roof wings for additional strength and optimal fit, full length canopy providing extra shelter, mosquito net in both sides.

Isacryl

295 g/m2

Isaroof

285 g/m2

Optional extras for assembly: Annex 250, Cosy Corner II special1, Eclipse FSC special2, Net Front Panel, storm securing set. Suitable for caravans with awning rail heights between 235cm and 250cm.

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T@B AWNINGS AND SUN CANOPY T@B 400 AWNINGS Material: Front in Isacryl, beautiful colour fast, fibre-dyed acrylic. Side panels and roof made in coated polyester and lower panel is PVC for easy cleaning. Details: The front panel can be removed or drawn1. The ventilation net window feature in the right hand side panel has a zipped foil cover. Included: Curtains, special draught skirt and wheel arch cover. Frame: Lightweight combination of ­Aluminium and IXL™ fibreglass. Adjustable roof poles. Screwless FixOn brackets. Footprint: 225 x 415 cm Weight: 22 kg

T@B 320 AWNINGS For T@B 320 RS or T@B 320 Offroad Material: Front in Isacryl, beautiful colour fast, fibre-dyed acrylic. Side panels and roof made in coated polyester and lower panel is PVC for easy cleaning. Details: The front panel can be removed or drawn. The ventilation net window feature in the right hand side panel has a zipped foil cover. Included: Curtains, special draught skirt and wheel arch cover. Frame: Lightweight combination of A ­ luminium and IXL™ fibreglass. Adjustable roof poles. Screwless FixOn brackets. Footprint: 180 x 370 cm Weight: 18 kg

T@B SUN CANOPY Fits onto T@B 320 RS, T@B 320 Offroad and T@B 4002 Material: Coated polyester in city chic colours and style to compliment the T@B. Details: The 370 cm long storm guy is also a measuring tape to show the correct distance between the front legs. Included: Exclusive bag with separate ­compartments for canopy and poles. Frame: Curved aluminium tube for the front. Adjustable roof poles. Fixon screwless brackets. Height: 210 cm at the tallest point. Depth: 180 cm Weight: 320: 6.8kg 400: 8.3kg MATERIALS

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Abricot

Grey

295 g/m2

T@B

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The best holidays are a mixture of busy action packed days, and times to relax and chill out, to make the most of all occasions there is no better place than an Isabella awning. A caravan with a unique shape needs a specially designed awning and we have done just that for the 361 Adria Action European caravan model. It matches perfectly to the vehicles unique lines and is both elegant and functional. Material: Front in Isacryl, beautiful colour fast, fibre-dyed acrylic. Side panels and roof made in coated polyester and lower panel is PVC for easy cleaning. Details: The front panel can be removed or drawn. The ventilation net window feature in the right hand side panel has a zipped foil cover.

COLOURS Marine

Red

Sky Blue

MATERIALS CarbonX

Isacryl

295 g/m2

CAPRI COAL – ERIBA TOURING & ADRIA ACTION

AWNING – DESIGNED FOR THE ADRIA ACTION 361 CARAVAN

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If you already camp in your caravan, there is no need to put it away when summer is over. Winter camping is fantastic. Caution and care There is nothing to fear from taking your caravan and awning on a long trip in the winter weather, but caution and care are a matter of course. If you have prepared a little for the journey before setting off, drive according to the conditions and take your time, there's nothing more to it than hopping in the car and off you go! Ahead of you await camping e­ xperiences quite unlike anything you are used to from the summer. Before leaving, make sure that the vehicle's "footwear" is in order. It is very important to have good tyres on both the car and caravan or camper van. When it comes to tyres on the car, the rules differ slightly in European countries, so be sure to check them before departure. You must, of course, make sure that you have the right equipment, such as snow chains, snow shovel, etc., and the right winter awning, too. Try it out Once you've got the car and caravan sorted, it's a good idea to get some experience of how it behaves in slippery conditions. When the opportunity arises and the first snow falls, hitch the caravan onto your car and familiarise yourself with how it handles in the winter – probably quite different to what you're used to from driving in the summer. We recommend having a test run on both the motorway and A roads because this will give you a good feel for the stability when towing a caravan on slippery roads as well as the extra pulling power of the car. Advanced driving course It is also a good idea to try driving in a large empty car park, and practise manoeuvring and braking. Here, too, you will find that towing a caravan is quite a different matter in the snow. First, try emergency braking, and then expand this exercise to include turning while braking. Be careful and remember that this is a public area. Weather conditions Weather conditions will depend on w ­ here you're heading. If you're off to the Alps, snow clearing is generally very effective on motorways and A roads throughout the continent. In Sweden and Norway, only the A roads are cleared, otherwise they just drive according to the conditions. So you are likely to encounter roads with a lot of snow. If you begin to feel uneasy about driving in such conditions, simply turn off at the next lay-by and enjoy yourself in the warmth of your caravan until you feel safe to drive again. The next lay-by is never far away on the continent, although they are further apart in Norway and Sweden, especially in the far north. No matter where your winter camping trip takes you, it is extremely important to allow plenty of time to get there.

En route to the campsite The last few kilometres are often the ones that cause the greatest uncertainty on the e­ ntire journey. Getting all the way to your d­ estination is easy enough, but the last 500 metres up to the actual campsite can be snowy and are often uphill. But fear not. If in doubt about whether your car has enough power to get all the way up, drive up without the caravan first. Leave it in a car park or at a shopping centre in the nearest town. Many campsites offer to tow the caravan to the pitch, often by tractor, which can pull it the last stretch. The campsites in the north are often right up the pistes, surrounded by countryside. Down south, they tend to be located in or just outside the town, so you have to take the ski bus or drive your own car to get to the pistes. However, towns have more to offer non-skiers. Fun on the campsite There is a completely different atmosphere on the campsite in winter. Even though it's cold, people are still outside. Snow bars are often built, and the snow is shovelled off the roofs while the kids sledge. In other words, people enjoy each other's company and their caravans, while the children play in the clean, frosty snow, which is in plentiful supply. It might be hard to get the kids in at bedtime, but you'll have no problem getting them off to sleep! What makes the awning so special Whatever time of the year you go camping, the awning is a quite special place. Some people use it as a practical storage room with space for their skis, ski boots and barbecue. Others make it more homely and use the awning on days when the sun peeks through to enjoy a nice lunch al fresco. If there is space for a gas heater, even more hours can be spent in the awning – even in the evenings. R ­ egardless of how the awning is used, it has a quite special function when it comes to heating the caravan. The awning is a fantastic heat sluice. Essential items to pack in winter · Be sure to pack a tow rope, snow shovel, head lamp, jump leads, warm clothes and boots in your winter luggage. · And don't forget the barbecue. Barbecue food tastes delicious in the winter, too. Isabella Universal and Winter are the most ideal awnings for winter camping.

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WINTER Thanks to the heavy-duty materials, a special roof angle to prevent the build-up of snow, an extra wide external mud flap, a strong steel frame, flexible pegging and window foil ­designed to withstand extreme temperatures, Isabella’s Winter awning will stay the course – even in a heavy snow storm. The model is made of easy-to-clean polyester/PVC material and has doors in both sides as well as zipped ventilation.

Special details: External mud flap, special roof angle, extreme window foil. Supplied as standard with: Set of curtains Bowline Grey, draught skirt, wheel arch cover, FixOn, awning bag, pole and peg bag incl. peg remover.

COLOURS Granite

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Optional extras for assembly: Inner roof, winter securing set, storm securing set. TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATIONS Distance between roof poles 203 cm. Suitable for caravans with an awning rail height of between 235 and 250 cm 220 220

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UNIVERSAL 420 COAL & 360 COAL Thanks to their great strength and stability, the Universal 420 Coal and Universal 360 Coal porches can be put up in all weather conditions – all year round. Two support poles press the sewn-in foam pads securely against the side of the caravan, while click profiles hold the sides directly on the support pole for a perfect seal. Universal 420 Coal and Universal 360 Coal have doors in both sides and large windows across the front, giving a good view. The strong Zinox steel frame ensures good ­stability. If U ­ niversal 420 Coal or Universal 360 Coal is to be used as a year-round awning, we recommend the fitting of winter securing and an inner roof (optional extras). The roof ­construction provides unobstructed opening of the caravan door and minimal build-up of snow.

Removable/fold-down panels: Front and side panels. Special details: Ventilation in both sides3 and adjustable front ventilation. External mud flap2, flexible pegging, special sloping roof which makes the awning suitable for year-round camping, extra heavy-duty window film. (frost proof) Supplied as standard with: Urban Sand curtains1, veranda pole, draught skirt, wheel arch cover, FixOn, awning bag, pole and peg bags including peg remover. Optional extras: Annex 220, Door canopy4, inner roof, winter securing set, storm securing set. Annex 220 Use: Year round.

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Distance between roof poles 420: 410cm, 360: 350 cm. Suitable for caravans with awning rail height of between 235 and 250cm Universal 360 Coal 440 440 440

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VILLA 550 AND 650 - ALL YEAR Villa a unique year-round/permanent pitching awning, available in two widths. Its construction has been designed with maximum stability and durability in mind. Isabella Villa is modular, and the choice of front panels means that you can construct your Villa just as you want it. The awning should not only be suitable for use on hot summer days, but also a good alternative when the snow is lying on the ground. Year-round use places high demands on the equipment, and Isabella Villa is composed of the best materials. The optimal sloping of the roof ­prevents the build-up of snow. Light is life, and the large windows and white curtains contribute to a bright, comfortable living space. The window material can withstand extreme cold, and Villa is also equipped with flaps in the fabric to make it easy to close and cover the windows as required. The deep overhang all the way around prevents dirt and ­pollution, so you can spend your days relaxing, instead of on maintenance. Isabella Villa has been designed to make it easy for you to put up yourself. Your local dealer can also advise you if you wish to have it ready-assembled. The modules are zipped together, simplifying the construction and making it easy to change the front modules without having to dismantle the entire awning. 62

Isabella Villa is equipped with a padded sluice and connecting piece in the roof, so it can be used on all sizes of caravan (special adjustment may be necessary, especially on small caravans). The caravan can be attached or removed in a few easy steps, though full backing is required (extra) if Isabella Villa is to stand without the caravan. Isabella Villa can also be adapted as standard to mobile homes with a max. height of 265 cm.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Ground: Depth 300 cm Length 550 cm or 650 cm Colour combination: Tweed/Flax. Awning canvas: Solid-dyed Isacryl. Roof fabric: 520 g/m2 PVC/Polyester welded joints. Curtains: Cube Creme. Frame/Construction: 40 x 40 mm aluminium profiles with angle brackets. No. of doors: At least two. Ventilation in both sides. Overhang all the way around.


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SUPPLIED AS STANDARD Villa comes complete with 40 x 40 mm. aluminium profile frame, roof, fronts and sides with window flaps, connection set with roof sluice, 2 cushions, draught skirt and standard wheel arch cover. The awning Porch comes with two 70 cm, back wall section, so that the opening 550 cm and 650 cm at the back will be 410 and 510 cm. All parts can be replaced in the event of damage. Height at the back approx. 240 cm.

OPTIONAL EXTRAS (ADDITIONAL COST) Closing back wall panel. Inner roof. Winter securing set (cross bar and support poles). Gutter. F-module: Closable front panel with mosquito net. Villa Connection Tunnel 70 cm 550. Villa Connection Tunnel 70 cm 650. Villa Porch Roof/left or right. Villa Windscreen Front. Villa Windscreen Side. Villa Porch Back. We recommend: placing the awning on a fixed floor measuring ­ 300 x 550 cm or 300 x 650 cm. Talk to your dealer or a local carpenter about this. NB! Villa must be mounted on a 10 cm-high floor.

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SHADOW TOURING SUN CANOPY Shadow is the multipurpose touring canopy, which can be put up in a jiffy no matter where you are. In addition to being mounted on the caravan itself, Shadow can also be used as a side canopy on the awning. Combine with the sides and net front (optional extras), to give extra shelter and protection against the sun under your Shadow. The particularly strong and stable pins on the poles and metal rings in the roof provide optimal tensioning and greatest possible stability. Depth (cm): 200 Widths (cm): 240, 300, 360, 400, 500 Poles: CarbonX 240/300: 2 pcs. 360/400/500: 3 pcs. MATERIALS Supplied as standard with: Typhoon storm sashes, transport bag and pole bag. Optional extras for assembly: Net front is available in fitted sizes and can also be used on most existing canopies1, net side with connection strip and beading in both sides2. The net side is supplied with FixOn brackets and “Tectum� system (roof pole and a click multi-connector for easy assembly)3.

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Depth (cm): 250

MATERIALS CarbonX

Zinox

IsaLite

195 g/m2

A-measurement from-to (cm): 800-1175

Supplied as standard with: Right and left-hand side, FixOn, transport bag, pole and peg bag. Optional extras for assembly: Front2.

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ECLIPSE SUN CANOPY Not only is Eclipse suitable for use as a front sun canopy on Isabella’s awning models, but it can also be used as a lightweight touring sun canopy directly on the caravan. Eclipse is fastened to the overhang of your awning, creating a lovely shady terrace and increasing the area under cover. The lightweight CarbonX frame with the IsaFix connection system as well as the TectumPro building system, make it fast to put up. For extra shelter, a side can be purchased as an optional extra. It fits both the left and right-hand side of the front sun canopy, but it cannot be used on the Eclipse for Magnum.

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Supplied as standard with: CarbonX fibreglass frame with Tectum Pro system (­ Tectum Pro is a revolutionary new connection system for simple click assembly1) and F-link (F-links to be added to the awning poles2), Typhoon storm sashes, transport bag. TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATIONS Optional extras for assembly: Side (right/left). The side panel (optional extra) for Eclipse is easily assembled using plastic connecting strips. The side panel can be used on either the left side or right hand side.Sorry sides are not available for the narrower Magnum Eclipse. Optional extra the Eclipse side with side adaptor when used directly on the caravan, (261000416)3 66

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COSY CORNER II If you need shelter or simply good screening by the door, where you can sit and soak up the atmosphere at the campsite, Cosy Corner II is the perfect solution. Depth approx. 150 cm. Cosy Corner II is easy to assemble by virtue of its sewn-on beading and connection sections as well as Tectum Pro and lightweight CarbonX poles. Cosy Corner II can be p­ ositioned to the right or left of the doors at the front of the awning. If you would like a larger cosy corner, two Cosy Corner II’s can be placed next to each other to form an extra angle. Please give the awning’s A-measurement when ordering!

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295 g/m2

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Convert your Fiamma and Omnistore door canopy into an Isabella room The front of the door canopy has a large door on the right, which can be rolled up and tied with a ribbon. The extra wide mud flap can be used inside or out as needed. Adjustable straps for optimal tensioning. The large windows of the canopy front provide a wonderful panoramic view. Door canopy side Universal. The right-hand side has a door and a large window. The left-hand side has two large windows. The sides are easily attached with Velcro. The side pieces also have an extra PVC piece, which is pressed in against the caravan. Together with adjustable straps, this ensures the best fit against the side of the caravan. The parts are supplied with detailed assembly instructions. The door canopy front and sides are made of 100% polyester with a PVC mud flap. Colour: light grey/grey and steel blue. Curtains and curtain poles are available as optional extras.

Door canopy side universal Supplied as a set of two sides (Right and left). Weight 6,5 kg FIA220/OMN 220 (208100005) OMN 250 (208100016) Supplied as standard with: Pole and peg bags, awning bag and peg remover. Optional extras: Set of curtains with curtain poles. Curtains design: Luxor white. Suitable for caravans with awning rail height of between 235 and 250 cm. 1 PVC wing for best fit to unit. 2 Attaching the front. 3 Side panels attached with velcro.

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Find an Isabella annex to fit your awning Need more storage space or an extra bedroom in the awning? Isabella offers various solutions.

1 ANNEX ISABELLA INSIGNIA 2 ANNEX ISABELLA SAND

Annex Coal and Annex Insignia are tall annexes offering maximum height and a lightweight frame in CarbonX. Annex Sand also has a maximum height but comes with a steel frame. All Isabella annexes are equipped with an extra zip so the awning’s side panel can be used as a partition wall.

3 ANNEX ISABELLA COAL 4 INNER TENT FOR ANNEX Dimensions: 200 x 140 x 165 cm. (space for small, double air airbed). Materials: Cotton with fixed PVC base. Can also be mounted in the awning. 5 PARTITION WALL FOR ANNEX Materials: Cotton. Size: 220, 250 or 300 cm.

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2 ANNEX ISABELLA SAND 220 Item number: 403112205 Ground: 200 x 130 cm Material: Polyester Optional extra: Inner tent PENTA THIRTY UNIVERSAL 420 COAL UNIVERSAL 360 COAL

3 ANNEX ISABELLA COAL 220 Item number: 403502205 Ground: 214 x 130 cm Material: Acryl Optional extra: Inner tent

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ANNEX ISABELLA SAND 250 Item number: 403112505 Ground: 230 x 130 cm Material: Polyester Optional extra: Inner tent

3 PRISMA COMMODORE SEED COMMODORE INSIGNIA AMBASSADOR SEED CAPRI COAL MAGNUM 250 COAL

ANNEX ISABELLA COAL 250 Item number: 403502504 Ground: 230 x 140 cm Material: Acryl Optional extra: Inner tent

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ISABELLA WINDSCREENS All windscreens from Isabella are supplied with poles (including rafter poles), guy ropes, pegs and the Stabilo system as standard. 1 LINEA 4-sided. Measurements: 460 x 110 cm. Weight 5,6 kg. Material: Acrylic/tinted foil/PVC. Colour: Granite/Black. Standard: CarbonX poles. 2 SUN 3-sided. Measurements: 460 x 130 cm. Weight 8,5 kg. Colour: Grey. Material: Coated polyester. Standard: Zinox poles. 3 ACRYL 3-sided. Measurements: 460 x 130 cm. Weight 8,5 kg. Colour: Granite. Material: Acrylic. Standard: Zinox poles. 4 FLEX GREY 3-sided. Basic measurements: 460 x 140 cm. Weight 8,3 kg. Material: Coated polyester. Standard: Zinox poles. The basic model may be extended as required by adding more zipped panels to the middle 5 PANELS: Panel measurements: 154 x 140 cm. Standard: Zinox poles 6 THE STABILO-SYSTEM consists of loose earth spikes and support feet. The system ensures that windscreens remain securely in place at all times. The system is supplied as standard with all windscreens, though the support feet are also available separately for use with awnings.

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1 DIRECTOR’S CHAIR RED (700006236) Foldable director’s chair. Frame: Alu. Materials: Polyweave (60% PVC coating/ 40% polyester). Measurements: 11 x 81 x 51 cm. Weight: 2,5 kg. Load: 100 kg. Colours: Red 2 DIRECTOR’S CHAIR DARK GREY (700006235) Colours: Dark Grey

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4 BEACH MAT (700006214) Foldable beach mat with the option of raising the headboard into a sitting position. Beach mat is equipped with a shoulder strap which, together with its low weight, makes it easy to carry. What’s more, the beach mat has a smart, zipped storage ­compartment. Size: Folded out: 160 x 53 cm. Folded together: 54 x 52 cm. Weight: 2 kg. Material: Polyester/PVC. Colours: Dark Grey 4

3 BEACH CHAIR (700006227) Foldable beach chair including neck pillow. The chair can be ­adjusted into 8 positions. Aluminium frame. Material: Polyweave (60% PVC coating/40% polyester). Measurements: 67 x 11 x 72 cm. Weight: 4 kg. Load: 100 kg. Colour: Dark Grey

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6 SUNBED (700006212) Upholstered sunbed with soft membrane and aluminium frame as well as a sun screen. Material: Polyweave (60% PVC Coating/40% Polyester). Measurements: L200 x W59 x H48 cm. Weight: 5,6 kg Load: 120 kg. Colour: Dark Grey 5

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5 FOLDING BED (700006215) Smart, comfortable fold-out bed which can be used as an extra bed or sun lounger. The bed is easy to transport, fold out and pack up. Size: Folded out: 205 x 78 x 51 cm. Closed: 104 x 22 x 12 cm. Weight: 6.5 kg. Max. load: 100 kg. Material: Polyester/PVC. Alu frame. Colour: Dark Grey. 77


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1 THOR CHAIR DARK GREY (700006222) Camping chair with 8 positions incl. neck support. Alu frame. Material: Black polyweave (60% PVC Coating/40% Polyester) Weight 5,2 kg. Load: 120 kg. Colour: Dark Grey, 2 THOR CHAIR LIGHT GREY (700006231) Colour: Light Grey 3 THOR CHAIR BLUE (700006232) Colour: Dark Blue

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4 ODIN CHAIR (700006228) Camping chair with 7 positions incl. neck support. Alu frame. Material: Polyweave (60% PVC Coating/40% Polyester). Weight 5,3 kg. Load: 120 kg. Measurements: 9 x 65 x111 cm. Colour: Dark Grey

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5 RELAX CHAIR (700006230) Reclining camping chair incl. neck support. Steel frame. Material: Polyweave (60% PVC ­Coating/40% Polyester). Weight 10,2 kg. Load: 120 kg. Colour: Dark Grey


6 FOOTREST DARK GREY – FOR ODIN, THOR AND BEACH CHAIRS (700006216) Comfortable footrest which can be affixed to the Chair Odin, Chair Thor or Beach Chair. The footrest clicks into place on the cross bar under the seat of the chair. The footrest is in matching fabric and has a lightweight aluminium frame. It is simple and easy to fold up and takes up minimal space when stored away and during transportation. Aluminium frame. Material: Polyweave (60% PVC coating/40% polyester). Weight: 1,1 kg. Measurements: 90 x 48 x 36 cm. Load: 30 kg. Colour: Dark Grey 7 FOOTREST LIGHT GREY – FOR ODIN, THOR AND BEACH CHAIRS (700006233) Colour: Light grey 8 FOOTREST BLUE – FOR ODIN, THOR AND BEACH CHAIRS (700006234) Colour: Dark Blue

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9 STOOL/FOOTSTOOL (700006201) The stool can be used as a little stool or footstool, which is easy to take with you. With the table top, it also doubles as a little table. Place the table top on top of the folded-out stool/footstool and you have a table – as simple as that! Colour: Dark Grey

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Large, small, round and square Practical camping tables in various shapes and sizes. The table can be folded up to take up minimal space when stored away and during transportation. The tables have a practical, easy-to-wipe grey surface.

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1 CAMPING TABLE Ø 100 CM (700006218) with grey table top Steel frame with 1 adjustable leg. Weight: 9,2 kg. Load: 150 kg. Dimensions, folded: 100 x 100 x 7 cm

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2 CAMPING TABLE 80 X 60 CM (700006219) with grey table top Steel frame with 1 adjustable leg. Weight: 7,5 kg. Load: 150 kg. Dimensions, folded: 80 x 60 x 7 cm 3 CAMPING TABLE 120 X 80 CM (700006206) with grey table top Steel frame with 1 adjustable leg. Weight: 10,5 kg. Load: 150 kg. Folded measurements: 120 x 80 x 5.5cm 4 CAMPING TABLE 140 X 90 CM (700006205) with grey table top Steel frame with 1 adjustable leg. Weight: 11,5 kg Load: 150 kg Folded measurements: 140 x 90 x 5,5 cm

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5 FOLDING TABLE 120 X 80 X 70 CM (700006229) Weight: 7,1 kg. Load: 30 kg. Dimensions, folded: 60 x 80 x 10 cm including bag

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Spacious and practical Unique storage cupboards with smart folding method, which means that the cupboards can be closed like a suitcase. The four legs are “snapped� into the bracket and folded into the cupboard, when folding it together. The cupboard comes with a practical bag for easy transportation.

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4 SHOE RACK (700006237) Foldable shoe rack for the storage of shoes in the awning. Can be folded up and packed away in the bag provided, taking up a minimum of space when not in use. Dimensions: 51x26x43,5 cm. Aluminium frame. Materials: Polyweave (60% PVC Coating/40% polyester). Colour: Dark Grey

1 1 CORNER CUPBOARD (700006226) with storage bag With 2 shelves and fixed top. Measurements: 82 x 82 x 85 cm. Weight: 9 kg. Load: 30 kg.

2 DOUBLE CUPBOARD (700006224) with storage bag With 3 shelves and fixed top. Measurements: 84 x 50 x 81 cm. Weight: 11 kg. Load: 30 kg 3 SINGLE CUPBOARD (700006223) with storage bag With 3 shelves and fixed top. Measurements: 60 x 48 x 81 cm. Weight: 8 kg. Load: 30 kg

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1 TRIPLIGHT (900060452) Smart LED lamp - ideal for camping! Use it as a flashlight or in the awning by attaching it to the awning poles. Can be used on 22-28 mm poles. The lamp is battery powered (5 hours of battery life), and is a pleasant, soft light source.

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The plain lampshade for awnings is ­available in three different designs 2 BLACK CHINTZ LAMPSHADE (900060396) Smooth black lampshade in fabric with a soft sheen. 3 ILUMI (900060392)

5 CLICKLIGHT (900060436) a simple, elegant LED track for use in your awning. ClickLight clicks easily onto the awning pole to provide pleasant, cosy and warm lighting. It has a touch sensor to dim the light and a 7 m cable. Can be used on 22–32 mm poles. Comes with cable clips to keep the cable on the awning pole. Dimensions: H50 x W64 x L610 mm

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7 ISABELLA BLANKET (900060325) This soft, warm luxurious Isabella blanket W130 x L180 cm will keep you warm on a cool evening and is ideal for picnics. The logo embroidered blanket is fleecy soft on the inside with a suede-effect outer. It is made of a stain resistant microfibre material and has deluxe hemmed edges.

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1 1 MULTI ORGANIZER (475000112) stands on the floor in the awning and is perfect for storing shoes, beach things or magazines, etc. Multi Organizer is made of black polyester, and has 3 large compartments and carrying handles. What’s more, it can be folded up, so it takes up hardly any space when not in use. Folded-out, it measures: H28 x W55 x D30 cm

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2 FLEX ORGANIZER (475000102) hangs from the rafter pole in the awning by means of a smart Velcro hanger. It is made of black polyester and has one large ­compartment, divided by a shelf, and a mesh pocket on either side. Flex Organizer is perfect for the storage of items such as cups, games or towels. When Flex Organizer is not in use, it can be packed away to take up next to no space. Folded-out, it measures: H58 x W30 x D24 cm

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3 TOP ORGANIZER (475000095) is a practical storage net that can be hooked onto extra roof rafter poles (also available as optional extras). The straps are adjustable; it is made of black mesh/polyester with a maximum carrying capacity of 5 kg. Use it to store all the holiday things you want to have at your ­fingertips, sun lotion, playing cards and ­m agazines.

4 ORGANIZER HIGH (475000075) keep all those litte holiday items under control. They will always be easy to find here! It is made of coated polyester with i­ndividual transparent foil pockets which allow the contents to be seen. Organizer High is fitted to the FixOn profile using TermoFix fittings and its dimensions are H 215 x W 80 cm


5 5 COOLER BAG (9000060420) Keep your sandwiches and fizzy drinks cold with this cooler bag. It is perfect for picnics and trips to the beach or to have with you in the car. In ­addition to a large insulated cooler c­ ompartment with space for both food and drinks, the cooler bag has a small insulated compartment in the lid. There are also zipped pockets on the lid and at the front as well as mesh pockets on both sides. The cooler bag has a shoulder strap and handles on both sides. Made of PVC-coated polyester, it comes in an attractive dark grey colour. Dimensions: H36 x W34 x L27 cm

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7 ACCESSORY BAG/SPORTS BAG (900060218) perfect for all your accessories. 6 LUXURY TRAVEL BAG (9000060421) A good, spacious bag that can be used for a variety of purposes – a perfect weekend or gym bag, for example. The bag features a large compartment with an internal mesh zipped pocket for small items and an internal compartment with Velcro strap closure for items such as a laptop. The bag also has a separate zipped compartment in the base for storing wet clothes, shoes, etc. Made of black synthetic leather, the bag measures H30 x W21 x L54 cm and has a wide, adjustable shoulder strap and a good sized handle. ACCESSORIES

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1 1 AWNING BAG to store your awning. Available in 3 different sizes. S: 900060214 M: 900060215 L: 900060216

2 POLE BAG (900060217) with zip for your poles. Dimensions: W30 x L120 cm

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3  Practical SPONGE BAG for use when camping. The bag can be hung up, providing easy access to all its contents. It has a watertight zip and plenty of pockets to keep all your toiletries together. Colours: Mercury (900060411) or Scarlet (900060410) Measurements: H20 x W30 x D10 cm

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4 A n Isabella PEG BAG (900060300) keeps your pegs in order. Also perfect for power supplies, etc.

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5 KITCHEN ROLL HOLDER (900060417) Chic paper towel holder of hard grey acrylic with printed Isabella porthole. Keeps kitchen roll in place and can be operated with one hand. Colour: Anthracite Material: Acrylic Dimensions: Diameter: 14 x H23 cm

6 SILICONE POT HOLDER/ TRIVETS (900060422) Soft silicone pot holders which are flexible enough to be used as pot holders and sturdy enough to serve as trivets to protect c­ ountertops or tabletops. ­Produced in the Isabella porthole design with a hole for hanging. Easy to clean.

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9 12 10

12 HERCULES TRIPLE ™ (900060453) the ultimate aid for the tensioning of all pole types.

7 ISACLEAN ALL-YEAR (900060431) A cleaning product for regular cleaning of the awning. 8 ISACLEAN SEASON (900060432) A cleaning product for use at the end of the season when your awning needs a good clean before being packed away for the winter.

13 S TORM SECURING SETS (900060195) give awnings extra protection in strong winds and prevent wear and tear to the canvas.

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9 ISACLEAN WINDOW (900060434) For cleaning the awning windows. To be used with the microfibre cloth included. 10 AQUATEX After using IsaClean, we recommend re-proofing your awning to ensure a water-repellent surface. We recommend Isabella’s AquaTex for this.

ACCESSORIES

14 I SABELLA PEG REMOVER (900060005) 14

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3

2

1 A door canopy offers shelter at the entrance and is available in colours to match Isabella awnings. (Fig. Commodore) 2 Penta Black door canopy fits your Penta awning. Made of PVC, it provides­extra shelter at the entrance. 3 Door canopy to caravan With a door canopy on your caravan, you get a fast and stable solution for providing some shelter at the door into the caravan. This allows you to open the caravan door without the rain or snow getting in. The door canopy feeds into the awning rail and is secured at the bottom by attaching it to the base rail of the caravan with a beading bracket – simple and easy. Dimensions: 145 x 180 x 95 cm. Weight: 3.8 kg. Material: Isacryl. Frame: Zinox with T-Rex locking mechanism. Colour: Granite.

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5

ACCESSORIES

4 Coated polyester partition wall with window, available in two sizes to fit all Isabella awnings with a depth of either 2.5 m or 3 m. The partition wall is also available for Penta5. When you wish to use the full width of the awning, the entire inner panel can be zipped out. Optional curtain hanging directly on the partition wall using curtain clips (optional extra).

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1

1  W ith a Netfront you can choose to unzip the entire front panel to either side and replace it with the net front. You can also leave your front panel in place and with the use of the veranda pole, have the net in the upper half and the awning front in the lower half of the panel. This can be an advantage in hot climates where good ventilation is a must. Net front is reversible and can therefore be used on either the right or left side by simply clipping to the awning poles. Net front fits Commodore Seed, Commodore Insignia, Ambassador Seed, Capri Coal and some older models (in sizes G14-G20)

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2

3

2 Net side for mounting on the side rafter pole means the entire side panel can be quickly unzipped and replaced with a complete mosquito net side. This is especially beneficial in a hot climate, where good ventilation is a must. The net side is available for awnings with 3 m or 2.5 m deep sides.

ACCESSORIES

3 Window canopy with sun filter keeps out the sun but provides an unrestricted view. The canopy is available in two widths: 190 cm or 215 cm in charcoal. The pole construction is very simple, and it fits almost all caravans. With Band-it™ softgrip, the window canopy is quick and easy to fit.

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2

1  A n inner roof minimises the formation of condensation and is recommended for caravanning in the off-peak seasons. Opening for access for light cord. Fitted using TermoFix fittings and available for Prisma, Penta, 3 m and 2.5 m deep full awnings, Universal and Winter awnings. 2 U niversal wheel arch covers for the caravan. To prevent draughts and cold from getting in via the wheel of your caravan, a good wheel arch cover is essential. Isabella now offers a universal wheel arch cover that fits all caravans. The wheel arch cover is screw-free, ensuring that you don’t make holes in the caravan when fitting it. It is mounted with a rail on the side of the caravan with a strong double-sided tape. The wheel arch cover is available in widths of 75 cm or 150 cm and can be adjusted in height. If required, the rail can be shortened. 75 cm (481100075) 150 cm (481100150)

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4

3  If you dream of camping in the winter, we recommend that you use the winter securing set, which protects the awning and frame in heavy snowfall. It consists of two additional rafter poles, FixOn II and three support poles. Available for all Universal and winter awnings.

ACCESSORIES

4 Aluminium roof gutter with spout. Fitted beneath the harlequin trim on most models; prevents dirt and water from running down the sides. Available in lengths of 300, 350 or 400 cm

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Isabella Flooring Concept Camping comfort starts at floor level Isabella's Flooring Concept gives you a host of options, no matter how you camp. We have developed a concept that allows you to customise the different elements to your actual needs. You get the ultimate solution, whether you're permanent pitcher, a touring ­c aravanner, a year-round caravanner, a summer caravanner or... The underlay types are the same – it's the composition of them that makes all the ­difference. You can focus on what is most important to you and your way of camping: stability, finish, cleaning or comfort. Here are three suggestions:

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FOR THE TOURING CARAVANNER

who travels around and values comfort and easy cleaning highly, we recommend: ·  ISABELLA GROUND COVER... to protect the awning from mud. · ISABELLA GROUND SHEET... to prevent moisture from rising up from the ground. ·  ISABELLA CARPET... for a beautiful finish that is easy to keep clean.

FOR THE SEASONAL CAMPER

who remains in one place and values comfort and easy cleaning highly, we recommend: ·  ISABELLA GROUND COVER... to protect the awning from mud. · ISABELLA GROUND SHEET... to prevent moisture from rising up from the ground. ·  ISABELLA COMFORT CARPET... for an insulating, soft comfort. ·  ISABELLA CARPET... for a beautiful finish that is easy to keep clean.

FOR THE PERMANENT PITCHER

who always stays in the same place and values comfort, a firm surface and easy cleaning highly, we recommend: ·  ISABELLA GROUND COVER... to protect the awning from mud. ·  ISABELLA FLOOR... for a firm, even floor. · ISABELLA GROUND SHEET... to prevent moisture from rising up from the ground. ·  ISABELLA COMFORT CARPET... for an insulating, soft comfort. ·  ISABELLA CARPET... for a beautiful finish that is easy to keep clean.

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ISABELLA CARPET

ISABELLA COMFORT CARPET

ISABELLA GROUND SHEET

ISABELLA FLOOR

ISABELLA FLOORING CONCEPT

ISABELLA GROUND COVER

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5

ISABELLA CARPET

4 ISABELLA COMFORT CARPET

3

ISABELLA GROUND SHEET

2

ISABELLA FLOOR

1

ISABELLA GROUND COVER

Isabella – layer upon layer Start by laying Ground Cover over an area bigger than the awning to protect the mudflaps and awning materials. Then lay Isabella Floor over the entire awning area, remember the edging strips for a neat finish especially in doorways. A Comfort Carpet keeps the heat in and is soft and comfortable to walk on. Finally, lay an Isabella Carpet for a beautiful finish that’s easy to keep clean. 1 ISABELLA GROUND COVER is the perfect underlay – a thin but strong sheet that lies on the ground, it protects the awning canvas from soil and mud, and because the ­m udflaps are not in contact with the ground they are easier to clean. Supplied on rolls of 2 x 18 m (36 m2). Ground Cover is fully breathable and suitable for touring sites. 2 ISABELLA FLOOR If you spend a lot of time in your awning, you want good insulation, and a floor that is smooth and level. Isabella Floor offers a full range of advantages. It is easy to install without the use of tools, the 50 x 50 cm tiles simply snap together like building blocks, no other parts are needed. It is easy to store and exceptionally durable. 3 ISABELLA GROUND SHEET The Isabella Ground Sheet is available in different sizes to fit the awnings. Put it under the awning carpet to avoid moisture from the soil. Isabella Ground Sheet has plastic reinforcements in the corners with ring for pegging and reinforced edges, so it will last for years. Colour: Anthracite. Material: PU 160 g/m2 Depth: 270, 320 or 370 cm Lengths: 500, 600, 700 or 800 cm 4 ISABELLA COMFORT CARPET is a soft, insulating comfort underlay which is placed between the plastic barrier or wooden floor and the awning floor covering to keep cold and damp at bay. It also provides a soft floor area to sit and walk on. Supplied on rolls of 1.5 x 15 m (22.5 m2). 5 ISABELLA CARPET

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Isabella Floor uses a unique ­interlocking system.


Comfortable flooring for your awning

free PHTHALATE

Isabella Carpet

Isabella Carpet matches your Isabella awning perfectly and in a choice of quality to suit your camping needs. Our quality carpets are made in a smooth-woven combination of nylon threads, spun with PVC and finished in a heat press, so they can be fitted to any awning and even trimmed without fraying; they are lightweight and can be easily folded and cleaned. Premium: smart, high quality design. Regular: unique strong weave. Light: a squared design PREMIUM 1 Sol 2,5-3,0-3,5 m 2 Frigg 2,5-3,0-3,5 m REGULAR 3 Freja/Light Grey 2,5-3,0 m 4 Trud/Dark Grey 2,5-3,0 m 5 Idun/Blue 2,5-3,0 m LIGHT 6 Grid 2,5 m

7 ISAGRIP (900060290) IsaGrip is a clip used to hold carpets and ­underlay in place. IsaGrip is easy to fit without damaging the carpet. 1

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CUTS W/O

UV

RESISTANT

EASY

TO HANDLE

FRAYING

FLAME

RETARDANT

VERY

COMFORTABLE

HIGH

DESIGN

LOW

WEIGHT

ISABELLA FLOORING CONCEPT

ECO

FRIENDLY

WATER

RESISTANT

EASY

TO CLEAN

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To determine the “A-size”: Park the caravan on level ground. The “A-size” is the length from ground level, through the awning channel and back down to the ground. This can be done easily with a piece of string. We have a database of caravan sizes from 1970 onwards on our website, www.isabella.net. For Porch/ Part awnings the caravan channel height determines the fit. All Isabella full awnings can also be used as part awnings. Using a foam pad, support pole and two click profiles. Measure your caravan “Full awning as large/ small Porch” as shown and match to the nearest Isabella “A” size. This solution works for new and older models the parts are all supplied as optional extras.

ESTIMATED WEIGHT (KG) MAGNUM 250 COAL MINOR UNIVERSAL 420 COAL UNIVERSAL 360 COAL WINTER SHADOW

500 5,3

400 4,8

360 4,5

Full awning as large porch

Full awning as large porch

Magnum

ESTIMATED WEIGHT (KG) G-SIZE 10 12 13 Isabella size 675 750 800 Covers ”a”-measurements 666-685 736-760 786-810 from-to Isabella size 700 775 825 Covers ”a”-measurements 686-715 761-785 811-835 from-to Isabella size 725 Covers ”a”-measurements 716-735 from-to Isabella size Covers ”a”-measurements from-to Incl. frame Zinox (A)/CarbonX (B) A B A B A B / MegaFrame (C) PRISMA PENTA THIRTY COMMODORE SEED COMMODORE INSIGNIA AMBASSADOR SEED CAPRI COAL 32,5 27,5 33,3 28,3 36,0 31,0 SUN SHINE 22,2 17,2 SUN SHINE FRONT 7,5 ECLIPSE

A

All Isabella awnings are supplied with curtains, and the unique thing about the Prisma awning is that you have two ­different curtain designs to choose from. The curtains are carefully designed to match the awning colours for a harmonious look. The specially developed curtain system ensures that it is easy to put up and take down again. All Isabella curtain materials are given a finishing treatment to withstand environmental impacts, such as mould, rot, fungi or mildew, usually caused by differences in temperature. This special finishing treatment can be restored after washing by ironing the curtain.

Minor

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16

18

19

20

21

22

23

850 836-860

900 886-910

950 936-960

1000 986-1010

1050 1036-1060

1100 1086-1110

1150 1136-1160

1200 1186-1210

875 861-885

915 901-925

962 948-972

1015 1001-1025

1075 1061-1085

1125 1111-1135

1175 1161-1185

1225 1211-1235

925 911-935

975 961-985

1025 1011-1035

940 926-950

989 975-999

B

52 49,3 41,5

C 76

43,9 36,8 43,1 36,0 24,7 18,4 7,5 8,7

A 56,6 49,3 49,3 45,4 44,6 25,1

Curtains

B

41.5 41.5 38,3 37,5 18,8 7,5 8,9

C

A

73,0 83,3 69,0 54,5 54,5 49,8 49,8 26,0

B

C

A

B

C

96,0 97,0 93,2 71,0 95,2 45,0 68,5 61,5 50,0 75,5 45,0 68,5 61,5 50,0 75,5 42,2 56,5 46,0 42,0 56,5 46,0 21,1 29,9 21,4 7,5 7,5 9,2 9,5

A

B

C

A

B

C

119,2 120,7 83,3 112,2 84,3 113,2 63,0 51,5 77,0 69,6 56,5 88,0 63,0 51,5 77,0 69,6 56,5 88,0 58,0 47,5 64,0 52,5 58,0 47,5 63,9 52,4 30,1 21,6 30,7 23,9 9,0 9,0 9,6 9,9

A

B

C

A

B

CUBE CREME

Front and side illustration Figures Covers A-measurement from-to (cm) Price group (G) Red dots No. of rafter poles. Red line Zip for removable and fold-down panels. Grey window Ventilation net with foil cover. 936-1035 · G18-19

Base drawing Up/down arrows + number Base depth in cm Left/right arrows + number Base width in cm A-measurement Available in Isabella A-sizes (only specified for full awnings) Red line Removable and fold-down panels. Dotted outline Canopy. Black angles Door openings. 380 380 300 300

BOWLINE GREY

A900-A1225

230 230

C

137,0 137,5 90,6 123,3 91,4 124,1 71,1 58,0 89,5 79,5 63,5 99,0 71,1 58,0 89,5 79,5 63,5 99,0 65,7 57,4 65,5 54,0 31,1 24,3 9,0 Side: 2,5

TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATIONS

URBAN SAND

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As small porch

36,5 28,3 51,5 46,0 28,3 300 240 3,7 3,6


Exceptional materials Isabella uses only the best materials, made by the world’s leading suppliers.

PVC/Polyester is intensely resilient and water resistant material.

Isacryl is a spinneret-dyed (i.e. the fibres are dyed), textured-weave, durable acrylic material. Isacryl has the highest achievable fade-resistance thanks to the pigmentation method. The density of the weave plus the impregnation all the way through prevent water ingress. Nevertheless, Isacryl is a ­breathable material, which facilitates the best possible indoor climate in the awning.

IsaLite is a coated polyester material, which is durable, lightweight and easy to keep clean. The window foil is the best available on the market. In some of the models, the window foil is also tinted to tone down the sun’s rays, and in awnings for use in winter, a foil is used which can withstand sub-zero temperatures.

All Isabella awning roofs are made of strong, UV protective acrylate-coated ­polyester, with an added top coat to help prevent the b­ uild-up of dirt. The roof fabric is impregnated in 3 layers (with the exception of Capri, which, in order to make it lighter and more touring-friendly, has 2 layers). The inside is patterned to create a pleasant indoor environment, and this also helps make any dirt on the outside less noticeable.

Isacryl Light is a spinneret-dyed (i.e. the fibres are dyed) extra lightweight acrylic material, making it especially suitable for touring.

EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS

Roof (A)·Canvas (B)·Base (C) PRISMA PENTA THIRTY COMMODORE SEED COMMODORE INSIGNIA AMBASSADOR SEED CAPRI COAL MAGNUM 250 COAL MINOR UNIVERSAL 360 COAL UNIVERSAL 420 COAL WINTER SUN SHINE SUN SHINE FRONT CAPRI – ERIBA TOURING T@B ADRIA ACTION 360

A

B

B+C

240

240

Coated polyester extremely­ light and easy-to-maintain material

B

A

290 295 295 295 295 260 295 260 295 295

285 285 285 285 285 240 285

A

B

C

Zinox

Zinox tubular steel frame with T-Rex locking clamp.

CarbonX

CarbonX fibreglass frame with Isafix locking clamp.

C 380 380 380 380

350 350

285 285 380

240 195

A

MegaFrame

Extra strong Zinox Mega­ Frame tubular steel frame 32 mm with welded corners and double screw locking.

Zinox

80% PVC

20% polyester

77% PVC

285 g/m2

23% polyester

Isaroof uv protective acrylate-­coated ­polyester, with an added top coat in 3 layers.

Isaroof

72% PVC

Materials (g/m2)

polyester

195 g/m2

Coated

35% PVA

IsaLite remarkably light and easy-to-maintain material.

PVC/Polyester intensely resilient and water resistant material.

polyester

100% acryl

IsaLite

260 g/m2

100%

Isacryl

Isacryl Light is a lightweight particularly breathable ­material 260 g/m²

Light

PVC

28% polyester

295 g/m2

Isacryl particularly ­breathable material 295 g /m2

65% polyester

Isacryl

520

380 380 380

240 195

260 295 260

240 285 240

350 380 350

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Isabella A/S reserves the right to make ­improvements/changes on the p­ roducts without notice, and can accept no r­ esponsibility for dis- crepancies between this information and subsequent models. We make every effort to ensure perfect colour reproduction, but owing to printing ­limitations, colour differences may occur. Copyright © 2016 Isabella A/S All information on this page and all pages in this catalogue are protected by c­ opyright. It can not be distributed partly or ­entirely without the written agreement from ­ISABELLA. Service agreement A full service agreement is supplied with all goods, a copy is available on request. In the unlikely event of complaint, the deadline is 24 months from the date of purchase. If you find cause for complaint on articles used privately and for the purpose intended, pls. follow the procedures detailed, and report the problem to the retailer with whom the contract of sale was made. NB Other uses may not be covered. Isabella gives not only the statutory warranty, but a 2-year guarantee on all our products. If you have just bought a new Isabella awning, by signing up and registering your awning with Isabella Club, you get 1 extra years warranty, i.e. a total of 3 years warranty valid from date of purchase. See terms and conditions at www.isabella.net/isabellaclub-uk

SUPPLIER OF FINISHING TAPE

SUPPLIER OF FINISHING TAPE

SUPPLIERS OF WINDOW FOIL

Flexible by the metre…

www.elas.dk

SUPPLIERS OF AWNING FABRIC

SUPPLIER OF FRAMES

SUPPLIERS OF ZIPS

SUPPLIER OF MATERIAL FOR LOWER PANEL

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SUPPLIERS OF CURTAINS

SUPPLIER OF SEWING THREAD


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Isabella A/S · Isabellahøj 3 · 7100 Vejle · Tel. +45 75 82 07 55 · www.isabella.net

DEUTSCHLAND / ÖSTERREICH / SCHWEIZ Isabella Vorzelte Deutschland GmbH Max-Planck-Str. 4 DE-34253 Lohfelden Tel. +49 (0561) 51 20 33 info-de@isabella.net NEDERLAND Isabella Nederland BV Postbus 90 NL-3870 CB Hoevelaken Tel. +31 (033) 2541100 info@isabella.nl NORGE Norsk Isabella A/S Postboks 57 NO-1740 Borgenhaugen Tel. +47 69 127575 info@isabella.no UNITED KINGDOM Isabella International Camping Limited Drakes Farm Drakes Drive Long Crendon Buckinghamshire HP18 9BA Tel. +44 (01844) 20 20 99 info@isabella.co.uk BELGIUM / FRANCE / LUXEMBOURG Camping Distribution Rue de Baronhaie, 63 BE-4682 Heure-le-Romain Tel. +32 (0)42 27 46 32 info@camping-distribution.com

ITALIA Automarket Bonometti spa via Lago D’Iseo, 2 IT-36077 Altavilla Vicentina Tel. +39 3401 265285 Rzeczpospolita Polska Pro Camp ul. Krotoszynska 43 PL-51-009 Wroclaw Tel. +48 (71) 352 47 75 info@procamp.pl SLOVENIJA Freedom Center AC izvoz – Celje Center, Mariborska C. 200 a SI-3000 Celje Tel. +386 59 032 145 SVERIGE Kama Fritid AB Box 114 SE-560 27 Tenhult info@kamafritid.se SUOMI Kama Fritid Oy Aurinkokuja 5 FI-33420 Tampere info@kamafritid.fi OTHER COUNTRIES: Please contact Isabella A/S in Denmark.

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