Convertible subtent in air linkage technology
for season, April to September, or travel
Pack size: 118 x 53 x 50 cm
Weight: Approx. 58 kg
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approx. 4 - 6 weeks
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The "Jupiter 750" is a real space miracle and the largest awning from the joint collection of WIGO and Westfield.
Equipped with the latest AAS technology, it has seven interconnected air chambers. The floor area is an impressive 19m² distributed over a total length of 770cm and a tent depth of 260cm.
The "Jupiter 750" with a total width of 7.70m only requires a straight channel rail of 3.80m length and is therefore also suitable for smaller caravans. The lateral overhangs are provided with a rear wall and can be free-standing.
The rear panels can be opened again to reach service flaps.
Alternatively, Jupiter can also be made very small: The middle tent remains standing with a width of 400cm and is closed with side walls on the left and/or right. This means that you decide for yourself whether you want to attach on the left or right (400 cm middle tent would be extended asymmetrically to 585 cm with only one attachment or fully extended to 770 cm with both attachments).
Small caravan - large tent.
The "Jupiter 750" redefines size completely and allows a partial tent as an awning, which can be larger than the actual caravan.
How is this possible?
The special thing about this awning is that it only needs piping rails with a length of just 380cm.
The two side parts of the "Jupiter" each also have a partial rear wall with zipper. This allows so much flexibility that even mounting on much smaller caravans is permitted and the tent does not protrude unlocked to the right or left.
The partial back walls are so ingeniously cut that the access to the service flaps is maintained.
The tent has large panorama windows. Each window element can also be used as a door element.
As a further highlight, the Jupiter is equipped with a weather protection roof at the front: it offers enormous comfort and the rain must remain outside even when the doors are opened or closed.
Features and scope of delivery:
Sleeping cabins for the annexes