Fuel Lagoon T6 Blackout Blind Screen Cover Eyes
About this deal
After a cool evening on our final night, we awoke to no condensation on the inside of the front screen in the morning, which after some reading online is the advantage of an external insulation setup. It felt lovely and cool inside the van and it was only when we went outside we realised it was already quite warm out there. So it seems good for keeping the heat in and out too. Obviously we haven't tested it in cold weather yet but I feel confident it will be better again than the standard VW curtains. We have been testing one of the thermal screen covers from the club shop this weekend. I do intend to cover in the isotop video coming soon but I wanted to drop a little review down on the forum for those who are interested. Proper photos incoming soon (sorry for phone pics). Our Sale / 2nd / sample items are not sent next day delivery, they will take 2-3 working says via royal mail
So I am asking you folks what have you found which works best to silently clear a frosty windscreen? They take about a minute to fit, and 20 seconds to remove, and leave the front and side windows perfectly clear inside and out. By choosing Fuel Lagoon, you are supporting British manufacturers and an independent family business who have to go the extra mile to keep it that way. We support local industry as much as we can with our supplies. We also try to reduce our waste by offering all our seconds and samples products in our SALE section to prevent perfectly usable items going into landfill for having minor faults. He made one for my Vivaro, which he did for free because it was the first new shape Vivaro he'd had, and used mine for a template and the pictures on his adverts. They work really well, and are not expensive, plus secure behind the closed door, so not easy to pinch. Anyway, the problem is this: when I stay at my girlfriend's, it is a terraced street scenario, so lots of houses and vehicles parked up the street. I often wake very early and leave early. In summer it is easy, I just compose myself in the van, start the engine and smoothly and lightly drive away without any disruption to neighbours. But in the winter, when there has been a hard frost, I can't run the engine for ten minutes to warm and clear everything to be able to drive (my number one golden driving rule to myself is to be able to see clearly and to keep my eyes on where I am going).
Campervan Screen Dropdown System
Meet the team: Our Directors are Beth, Amber, Liz and Lee. Making our internal thermal blinds we have Will. In the printing department we have Dylan, and at the sewing machines making out other products we have Sophie, Sylvia, Nancey and Lisa. The screen goes over the top of the door on each side, around the mirrors and has a little velcro strap onto the door handle. You then fix to the central panel again via strong velcro. 2 minutes to put on and can be done solo. If I scrape the ice off the outer windscreen and spray on some deicer it doesn't seem to do the necessary well enough, and the interior windscreen is often misty/icy. I have a silvered windscreen cover thing which I bought from a car shop for a couple of quid, and I haven't used this yet. I suppose you simply put it on the windscreen, held down with the wipers, then when removed the ice will be on that. I will be trying with this. But I don't think it will sort it out enough.
We are our own first customers, everything we make has been trialed and tested by ourselves. We try to balance quality with affordability, making products suitable for everyone, designed to last, be practical, and work well with a small space. The cover is a high quality, waterproof 4-layer thermal construction that comes as a 3-piece set. The strong Velcro sides provide easy access to the passenger and driver’s door and the front screen can easily be folded down to let daylight inside the van without removing the whole cover. We are also a business ran mostly by women which we are proud to shout about in a male dominated industry!We are a small, independent, family run business, we manufacture most of our products here, ourselves in the UK