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Why is it that the corners of the tent in the Lazy Lizard campers stay where they are meant to be, while most other brands are always moving around, leaving gaps in the corners or actually catching on the rope slides and tearing canvas?
The skirt on the base of campers covers up any gaps, provided the canvas doesn't move too far, so the problem is often ignored.
If you look carefully, you will see that the canvas in the Lazy Lizards is held in place by stainless steel grub screws. These take time to install, but result in a correctly fitted tent that doesn't move over time.
If you have this problem with your camper trailer, its a pretty easy job to fix it. Of course, buying a Lazy Lizard camper also fixes the problem.
The bottom of the tent is covered by a skirt. This directs the rain away from the seams and joins to ensure the tent always stays dry.
When you look beneath the skirt on a Lazy Lizard camper, you always see perfect joins with the edges matching each other as they are meant to.
When you look beneath the skirt on many campers, it is a different story.
As the camper is folded and unfolded, the weight of the canvas causes it to move inside the sail track.
Not only does this create pesky little gaps for cold air and unwelcome visitors to slip through, it also puts your tent at risk. The canvas will eventually catch in the end of the slide and tear over time, or it will put undue pressure on the tent seam and cause it to rip.
Many frustrated owners resort to screwing into the ends.
When loose canvas catches, it causes a small tear. Once this happens, the canvas will always catch at this tear and rip the tent over time.
At Lazy Lizard, we spend the time to install stainless steel grub screws at each end of the sail track. These clamp the canvas tightly without damaging it.
The grub screws can easily be removed to allow for tent repairs.
No matter how many times you open or close the camper, the tent corners remain perfect. Your tent will last longer.