PRODUCT INFORMATION

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The H4TL for vans, 4X4's and all Landrovers, Discoverys and Range Rovers without roofracks
 

 

 


H4T allows roofrack option. Sleeve's roof panel rolls back or, if preferred, extends over vehicle roof (on top or under roofrack if fitted) as an effective weather seal

 

 


CARANEX MODELS FOR LARGER VEHICLES

A well established awning, the Caranex is tough but notably lightweight - only 9.5kg - less than half a "stand-alone" steel frame awning. Easily handled, it packs in a compact, 100x30cm kitbag and, after little practice, is quickly up and down. It is freestanding and dries out rapidly prior to packing. These key features make it ideal for overnight stops and limited stays in one place, whereas the weight, bulk and complexity of the orthodox "stand-alone" favours longer term use, a week or so, in one place and takes more than double the space when packed.

The standard Caranex H1 fits the majority of cars and vans of average height. The H3 and H4T series extend their scope even wider. These heavy duty units have larger sleeves to accommodate the height and width of larger vehicles. All are supplied with an extra fitted groundsheet and a freestanding kit. These tough, useful tents sell all over the world, quickly providing extra living space secure under one roof with the vehicle, where and when it's needed. For detailed specifications see the model range and price list page.

 

Fold-back top sleeve adapts to roofs with or without roofracks - the front sleeve also adapts to full length roofracks, roof boots, roof tents, elevating roofs and hitops to Transit/Trafic size - a very adaptable tent. Note - van rear swing doors must be under about 6'6" (1.98m) to open under the Caranex awning roof. Fits van side doors with VK kit - see below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H4VK adaption to sliding or swing side doors under 6'6" (1.98m) overall height

 

   H4TL on Espace   

H4TL on Discovery

    Complete kit fits into compact 3'6" x 1' bag (1m x 30cm approx)

H4T on Range Rover

GENERAL NOTES