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Worth spending the extra money on!
on 16 June 2012
I've used a couple of different, cheaper, windbreaks when camping. Whilst they 'cope' with good weather they fall down as soon as it gets windy, usually because the poles are weak and haven't got ground spikes and too few guy ropes. The difference in quality is apparent as soon as this is unpacked. The poles are sturdy and connected with springs, so putting them together is simple. They also have spikes on each end. One for the ground and one for the fabric. There are 6 guy ropes supplied which are attached ready to go. Having wasted money on inferior products I wish I'd bought this one first. It also matches the tent.