Increase your living area at any time with this spacious awning.
Great for families & popular with pet owners too, for containing their animals. After use, the whole thing stows neatly in its own holdall and weighs around 18kg.
Utilising the convenience of the innovative Kampa Dometic AirFrame, Cross AIR features a spacious living area and steep walls to provide ample useable space. The cleverly designed front panel incorporates a ‘D’ door that can be half or fully rolled back, plus cover from a large canopy for weather protected access. The Cross AIR comes with a clip-in groundsheet, windows with blinds for privacy, and mesh panels throughout.
Compatible with Kampa bedroom tents which are available separately to provide additional sleeping accomodation for up to two people. With inner tent and zipped wall, this optional annexe is great for extra guests, pets and storage. Select option above.
You could actually add up to two bedroom annexes so so problem for even larger families.
Depth 3000 mm Height 2100 mm Width 3000 mm Net weight 18.16 kg
Flame retardant and UV stabilised fabric with a 6000mm hydrostatic head.
How to fit your awning:
The Kampa awning has a fitted bead that simply attaches to the rail above the Go-Pods' door.
Available for home delivery.
NB: The awning type supplied with your Go-Pod may vary due to availability.
Suzanne & Ian:
Our other Khyam Awning is 2.1m x 2.1m and this Kampa is larger at 3m x 3m.
Set up, easy peasy. Get it out of the bag and find the tunnel, attach the beading to the Go-Pods' rail above the door. Find the blue tabs that mark each corner and peg out loosely. Locate the vents at the front, (one on each side), and pump up. Then you just reposition if necessary and peg it out properly.
The whole awning could go up in under 10 minutes plus a little time to fully peg it down.
I think it is good for Pods because you have a door on three sides effectively. Also, on the hot weather in the summer, you can zip the sides out, roll the front up and you have like an attached gazebo. Shade from the sun and air flow.
The tunnel section has a door in one side too, as well as the front.
The awning has a clip in ground sheet which is fab because, if you want to book on a site that insists on no groundsheets, you can remove it and choose to use eco groundsheet.
The awning comes with a bag of plastic pegs but we preferrer using own rock pegs. The fabric is 'Feel the difference' Weathershield™ HD heavy duty material - strong but lightweight. It is Flame retardant and UV stabilised and has a massive 6000mm hydrostatic head to protect you from the biblical downpours of our British summers.
Out of the bag, you unfold the awning and lay it out, pegging out the four corners. It took us a while to see them, but there are 4 blue taped pegging out points that you use. Once we had sussed that, pump attached and pumped up.
The high capacity pump is lightweight and efficient but it is big so might not be the best if you are short on space.
The drive-away section at the back is 1 metre long and there is a door on one side and a few adjuster straps on the other side to take up any slack. The edges of the tunnel are also elasticated which will help achieve a better fit. The top of the tunnel has 6mm beading attached which is perfect for what we need.
Both sides zip out, the front rolls up and you can even roll up the drive-away part at the back. In effect, you could use this awning as a gazebo. This helps with the air flow on hot summer days if we do get any. There is also one ventilation point between the tunnel and the awning and then in one of the zip out sides there is also a ventilation panel.
One side has a ‘stay clear’ plastic window and a privacy curtain. The other side has a half mesh flyscreen which zips down and clips down. The front door has zips up each side and a stayclear plastic window with a privacy curtain which rolls down. Both privacy curtains roll into a pocket and there is one toggle in the middle to keep it in place. On the front door it is fine but, on the side panel, due to the length of the window, the pocket isn't very effective with part of the privacy curtain falling out at each end.
You could actually add up to two bedroom annexes if you were on a big pitch or on grass. No problem for larger families.
When we pack the awning away, we get the packed size down to a pretty good 35 x 40 x 80cm. It comes in an oversized bag with compression straps so packing isn't an issue. We didn't put the pump back in the bag but the groundsheet is in there but the pegs aren't.
We very much like this awning and it suits the Go-Pod very well.