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Old 04-17-2019, 01:00 PM   #1
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Pop Up Gizmo- Bunk end covers.

I just reordered a new bunk end cover from Popupgizmos.com. I had the old one for numerous years and it was wearing out. I ordered the "super high wind" version.
These items are fantastic for popups. They keep the inside so much cooler in summer when the sun is beating down on the bunk ends. The reflective side shades the bunk and, overall, keeps the inside that much cooler. I believe they are reasonably priced for what they do. The only negative might be that the inside is darker during the day, but small price to pay for the benefit.
You can call online and if they have your model popup on file, they can make them up quickly. If not, the web site explains how to measure your bunk ends and then they will fabricate accordingly.

Highly recommended.
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Old 04-17-2019, 01:47 PM   #2
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They do the same for Hybrid TTs.
The darkening inside is a positive for afternoon naps and late risers.
They also protect the canvas from tree sap and other debris.
Satisfaction levels for them, are above 90%.
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Iíve had my Gizmos for a couple of years and they work very well, the only cons are putting them up and the alligator clips donít always keep the covers secure.
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PUGs are the first thing to buy when you get a hold of a pop-up or hybrid. They help a lot at night also in holding heat.
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Old 04-18-2019, 07:33 AM   #5
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Have to get me some! I've been using some cabelas emergency blankets that have one reflective side- one covers the full bed bunk side perfectly; queen bed side just a bit short, but they do help with heat!
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Old 04-18-2019, 08:38 AM   #6
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We love ours. Keeps the bunks so much cooler. We have the super high wind version with the Velcro sewn in. The other side of the Velcro is glued in to the top of the bunks and the pugs pretty much stay in place all year and get folded in with the bunks. All the bungees are tied to a ring on one side and a carabiner on the other. The only thing I need to do when setting up is to snap the carabiner into the ring to attach the bungees and im done.
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I did have one of my gizmos go bad after 2 seasons of use. The silver on the shiny side started flaking off in spots. The other 2 were fine. I contacted Bob Pitney to ask about buying a single replacement and he sent me out a new one free of charge. Those guys are awesome.
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Old 04-18-2019, 10:02 AM   #7
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Pop up gizmos- Bunk End Covers

Quite a response to my post. Finster had a good point about the velcro. We originally sewed some on the cover end and then a piece under the camper cover. When installing, we just connect to the velcro (before we raise the canvas) and then hook clips on both sides near the top and raise the canvas.
I mentioned this to Bob and he is going to send my new cover with velcro already sewn on. So if you order, just ask about that and PUG can deliver with the velcro.

Also, I also was having one of my cover start to deteriorate last year. Silver side flaking off. I called PUG just to order a new one and when Bob heard I didn't have it for very long, he sent a new one at no cost.

Again, highly recommended.
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Old 04-18-2019, 10:04 AM   #8
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Pop up gizmos- Bunk End Covers

By the way, I also have the "super high wind" covers which have the bungees that go along the sides and hook underneath the bed. The covers will not come off.

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Wow, so you are able to close the popup with the gizmos on? Great if true! I figured because of their thickness this might make it hard to close the camper?
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PUGs are the first thing to buy when you get a hold of a pop-up or hybrid. They help a lot at night also in holding heat.
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