Awning De-Flapper MAX

Catalog Item # 26873

Give your patio awning maximum protection from rips and tears.

Stop noisy, damaging awning flapping with the secure holding power of the straps. Bigger body, pad, strap and knob give you secure holding power with easy release. Soft pads grip without marring, staining, sticking or slipping. No holes, notches or rivets or tools required to assemble. Works with screen room in place. Made of durable, UV-stabilized nylon with polymer straps. Set of 2. USA.

Technical Specifications

1.92 lbs.
8"L x 2"W clamps
2"W straps

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 58 reviews (4 Based on 58 Reviews)

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Work well but not color-fast

by Wayne Carpenter – August 28, 2012
4 out of 5 stars

These are priced reasonably and shipping was fast. They are easily installed and appear to hold well. The only negative point I ca

Not What I Expected

by Wayne Carpenter – October 30, 2012
3 out of 5 stars

Looking at a picture of these de-flappers, they LOOK like they would hold way better than anything on the market. Turns out, tha

Worked Great until it Fell Apart

by James Bennett – June 15, 2006
4 out of 5 stars

I bought my De-Flapper about a year ago and had used it twice. The third time I was using it, the sewn thread came apart. The se

Good product which could be made a little better

by Robert Protzman – April 18, 2007
4 out of 5 stars

Worked as advertised for the first 3 times until the velcro strap broke. Re-stitched both straps, and the De-Flapper has worked f

Very Nice & Heavy Duty

by County Line Racing – August 29, 2005
5 out of 5 stars

I really was suprised in the performance of the De-Flapper Max. The only problem I have with it is that the wrap does not allow me

by Biglll – March 25, 2016
Do they work on pop top caravans
If your caravan has a patio awning where the hardware arms run parallel to the fabric for the strap to wrap around, yes this product can be used.
by Camping World – May 16, 2016
alot of camp sites are concrete pads which would prevent you from securing the de-flapper. Not practical to carry large blocks to tie off too. How would you secure them?
The De-Flapper is not secured to the ground. Straps on the 'rear' of the unit wrap around the awning arms while the jaw clamps on the awning fabric. This product is designed to keep the fabric from moving in the wind. To anchor the entire awning, something like SKU#37795 is used. On concrete pads, instead of hooking the strap/spring to the corkscrew anchor, you can hook them to a bucket full of water that way transport is easier when not in use.
by Camping World – October 16, 2015
by Colleen – May 14, 2015
We have a 34 ft fifth wheel would we need a total of 4 , two on each Side , or is just one on each side enough?
For the most part 1 per side is enough to do the job. However, with an older awning that is losing tension and wind conditions at the camp site, 2 per side may produce better results.
by Camping World – September 23, 2015

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