JK Sun Canopy Celebrates 17 Years

JK Sun Canopy Celebrates 17 Years

Part of the JK Team
Published 25 March 2021
Carolyn Kirvan-Cranfield


Launched in the Summer of 2004 The JK Sun Canopy was a hit with our customers as it still is today. Simple and easy to set up with distinguishable retro styling.

17 years ago the feedback you gave us was that you wanted a product that could be packed into a small easy to carry size (when not in use), that would not collect water if it rained and was simple to put up.

We added to this list the fact that you may want to use it also on the rear of your camper or even on a car. So we set about designing our own sun canopy.

After about version 15 we were getting somewhere and by the time we had got to this final version we were delighted with the result. 

We originally sold the JK Retro Awninging for £79.95 and given the rate of inflation averaging at 2.9% a year the Retro Awning should cost £124.04

So at £99.00 it's exceptionally good value for money in 2021! 

Supplied with clamps, these canopies are quick and easy to attach to any van with a rain gutter and are particularly well suited to T2 Splits, Bays or T25s.

Our canopy is intended for fair weather use, whilst it will resist showers it is not intended for use in windy conditions or heavy rain.

Top features include:
- Made from premium grade cotton
- Features height adjustable poles that allow the canopy to stand between 1.3 and 2.3 meters tall.
- Dome shape allows more headroom than flat canopies, with the added advantage of allowing rain to simply run off the canopy.
- Quick to erect, and sturdy once in place.

This Sun Canopy is covered by the Just Kampers warranty for 12 months from the date of purchase.
The Just Kampers warranty covers all manufacturing faults of the fabrics, parts and workmanship.
The warranty covers the functionality of the product for its normal intended use, it does not cover a malfunction that has resulted from improper or unreasonable use or maintenance, accidents, damage due to excessive winds/weather, improper re-packing or natural degradation due to sunlight.

2 years ago