Designed for use with a SunSetter Motorized retractable awning only. Not compatible with Oasis awning or any other awnings.
Weatherbreaker Panels are sturdy, matching cream-colored vinyl screens that attach easily onto your awning. When you want to block the sun and breeze, or prevent light rain from blowing under your awning, simply attach a Weatherbreaker Panel and secure it to your deck or railing. The panels can be removed in seconds. You’ll still have plenty of light and ventilation, but the Weatherbreaker helps keep out 60% of the sun, wind and drizzle, so you don’t have to worry about napkins blowing off your table or mist from a passing shower blowing under the canopy. The awning must be fully extended to use Weatherbreaker Panels.
Cream-colored vinyl screens
Front and side screens
Attaches easily to fully extended awning
Extends down 5 feet to block out up to 60% of sun, wind and drizzle
SunSetter will ship the proper size Weatherbreaker set to match the SunSetter awning you previously ordered.
Average Customer Rating:
(2 Reviews) 2
(out of 2reviews)
Rating Snapshot(2 reviews)
1 of 2(50%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for SunSetter Weatherbreaker Set
Review 1 for SunSetter Weatherbreaker Set
Date:July 20, 2011
Pros: sunscreen blocks well where it covers
Cons: too short at a height of only 5'
"The windbreaker curtain is only 5' in height. It's simply too short. Our awning is mounted 10' high and the height at the end was still 8' which meant there was 3' missing at the bottom. When you're sitting in chairs along the outer edge we were still getting hit by the sun streaming in. The curtain was useless. Unless they can make the curtain longer , it was of little valuei"
"We purchased a manual, 10 foot Sunsetter awning for our back deck. We have not as yet opted for the "weather breaker" set. However, for those not familiar with an awning system, several things are noted for those interested. *Read the instructions CAREFULLY - the whole book. For the non-motorized version many of your questions can be found in the MOTORIZED section. Pitch and angle settings, for example, are not addressed in the first several pages. *The awning is heavy and will require two men to move it and three to install. *If you are handy with a drill and driver, the mounting bar is easy to install. Recommend you use the long lag bolts provided. *Be careful of "professional installers." I was quoted prices equal to the cost of the awning. Once the awning bar is installed (about an hour) the rest is easy, but it takes three people to load and lock the awning bar in place. *If extended out more than 50% recommend it be brought in during heavy weather. We did not experience any water pooling but again it depends on the pitch of the awning. Overall the system works as advertised; we are quite happy with its shading and weather properties. Highly recommend it."