Awning De-Flapper

Catalog Item # 13073

Protect your valuable RV awning from costly rips and tears while preventing noisy wind flapping.

De-Flapper holds securely with hook-and loop fastener straps. Made of durable nylon with UV stabilizers, chemically resistant and rust proof. Universal fit. Soft, non-marring grippers protect awning fabric. Can be used with screen room in place. Patented. 2"L x 1"W. Set of two. USA.

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.
2"L x 1"W

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 25 reviews (5 Based on 25 Reviews)

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by Rich Klus – July 20, 2003
5 out of 5 stars

We used these items in high winds in Colorado. I noticed that one strap was too I centered my awning in the head rail

Great Product

by Donna B – June 03, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

We used these to hold our gazebo privacy screens from blowing in the breeze. Just attached one to each screen, then to the woode


by Anonymous – May 06, 2003
4 out of 5 stars

Talk about something quick and Awning safe my wife and I put these on and we notice right away we had made the correct purchase.

Worked so well we bought another set

by C Hassett – April 19, 2004
5 out of 5 stars

We recently purchased a new fifth wheel. Though we have camped for years we did purchase many new items from Camping World. One

Consider these standard equipment

by Anonymous – October 19, 2004
5 out of 5 stars

We have been using these for four years and they have never slipped or failed. I would recommend these to anyone that has just pur

by Bob – September 16, 2015
There are 2 in a package.
by Camping World – September 16, 2015
by Anonymous – June 12, 2015
For the most part, just two is fine. However, older awning tend to lose tension so they flap more in the wind and may require 2 per side depending on how bad wind gusts are. Quantity will have to be based on owner judgment, age of awning plus general weather conditions in area being camped at.
by Camping World – June 12, 2015
by Anonymous – May 11, 2014
Overall length of the strap is 12", replacements are available as well, see item 37027.
by Camping World – May 13, 2014

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