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Rhino-Rack revamps SunSeeker awning

Rhino-Rack revamps SunSeeker awning
AURORA, Colo. — Rhino-Rack’s SunSeeker awning has developed a reputation among adventure lovers for its toughness, performance and practicality. But the engineers at Rhino-Rack aren’t known for resting on their laurels. The new and improved SunSeeker 2.0m and 2.5m offer a raft of exciting new features.

The SunSeeker awning is made of a lighter, more durable fabric than its predecessor. As tough as nails, the 150D ripstop polycotton will ensure a long life and maximum protection from the elements. It also offers an improved water resistance rating of 2000mm PU, which will keep you leak free in the heaviest of downpours.

Protective patches on the corners of the SunSeeker have been added for improved durability when you’re rolling and storing the awning, which again, improves the longevity of your SunSeeker. All hardware is covered by rugged plastic caps, to make sure there’s no catching or ripping during extension or retraction.

Black anodized and powder coated extrusions are not only long-lasting and resilient to bad weather, but they also provide a sleek, stylish aesthetic that will be the envy of your fellow adventurers. Rhino-Rack’s easy to grab zips make the SunSeeker awning simple to use, and easy to get in and out if you’re in a hurry.

The whole bundle of SunSeeker joy is stored in a 540gsm black waterproof bag, keeping your awning and its components safe from weather damage. All the highlights of the old SunSeeker are still there; rustproofing, tensioning tabs to aid water runoff, and high levels of compatibility with Rhino-Rack and many other brands of roof racks, just to name a few.


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Source: Rhino-Rack press release

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Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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