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Message posted by TonyT109/5/2015 at 7:32am
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Looking for Windbreak with canopy - handy for keeping rain of outdoor cooking. Gelert and Khyam used to do them, but no more. Any ideas?

Message posted by RichJean+Ellie09/5/2015 at 7:54am
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What about a standard windbreak and a separate tarp? You could use one without the other if the need arises and probably more versatile than a combined one.

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Message posted by mjdb09/5/2015 at 9:12am
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Hi, there is an example here
, looks like still in stock. As RichJean+Ellie say a seperate windbreak & tarp would also do the job.

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Message posted by HEJC7209/5/2015 at 11:02am
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There are some on eBay.

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Message posted by Frazzle-09/5/2015 at 7:40pm
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Looks like it would keep either the burner dry or the chef.

Has anyone used one? How would it cope in breezy weather?

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Message posted by TonyT109/5/2015 at 8:07pm
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Thank you everyone for your replies.

Rich Jean+Ellie - the tarp is a great idea and this is my Plan B.
mjdb - thank you for the link, how did you find it? I have never heard of Studio, but they do sell a canopy windbreak for 20 - I have ordered it already.
HEJC72 - there is a Gelert canopy windbreak on ebay, I bid on it before mjbd response so am now hoping I do not win! There are several stripey green canopy windbreaks on ebay - but the reviews of them are awful.
I will post in a couple of weeks on my purchase. Thank you everyone.

Message posted by daveslisa09/5/2015 at 9:05pm
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I've got one of the ones from studio, although I got it last year it hasn't been used due to injury. There was a few of us on here that had the same idea at the same time after seeing a picture on here of someone using it!

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Message posted by Christina-o10/5/2015 at 2:01am
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I bought a summit one in a very pretty purple that doesn't match my bright green tent lol. Now though I don't even bother using the canopy, I bought a quechua tarp from decathlon plus some extra poles and it's a lot easier to cook under.


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