Gelert Breeze Blocker,5 pole windbreaker £18.98 delivered @ ebay sportsdirect_outlet
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Gelert Breeze Blocker,5 pole windbreaker £18.98 delivered @ ebay sportsdirect_outlet

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Found 14th Apr 2014
GELERT BREEZE BLOCKER DLX WIND BREAKER CAMPING/FISHING EQUIPMENT ACCESSORIES
Blue £18.98
Green £21.99
Sold by sports direct outlet on ebay.

I bought the same one, except another colour(anthracit) last week for £34 and thought I got a bargain then. It is a steal at this price. £40 on amazon.(http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gelert-Breeze-Blocker-5-Pole/dp/B004SKYCH0)

The Gelert Breeze Blocker DLXadds extra shelter from the wind making it ideal for camping trips. This Gelert wind breaker also comes with steel poles and ground spikes for added stability, finished off with PVC windows to the top for better visibility.

Wind breaker
Compact size for easy transportation
Steel poles and ground spikes for stability
PVC windows
Fabric Outer: 190T Polyester with waterproof PU coating

6 Comments

Utter rubbish thin as come be save your money

looks like a great deal to me, hot.

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welsh ham

Utter rubbish thin as come be save your money

I am happy with the one that I bought for a lot more money than this, much better than the wooden poles which have to be hammered into the ground. Using the guy ropes supplied it does not move or fall over in the slightest breeze.

thanks op, ordered... at this price is worth a shot!!!

welsh ham

Utter rubbish thin as come be save your money



Totally agree! We have used ours about five times and I swear every time it's used! It's hopeless. Spend half your life adjusting the bloody thing. Forever falling down. Gonna chuck it in the bin next time I see it! The good old fashioned stripe type that you hammer in are far superior to this muck! You've been warned, spend your money on a different type of windbreak.

I have used this model of windbreaker the whole of last summer and found it held up better in the wind than my previous 'wooden pole' windbreakers. With this you do not have the problem of not being able to hammer the poles into hard or stoney ground. So long as you use the guy ropes, there should be no worries about it falling down. If the wind is particularly bad, a couple of extra guy ropes will sort it out. Very hot at this price.
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