Caravan components: Windows

By: Peter Quilty


We have compiled a directory of the most popular or best-selling caravan windows.

Dometic RV S4 Hinged Window

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This model boasts superb workmanship, materials, and operating convenience.

A tried and tested success, the Dometic S4 top-hung hinged window boasts a built-in aluminum-coated darkening blind and a flyscreen. A secure locking system prevents it from being opened from the outside. The flyscreen and darkening blind can be clipped together allowing them to be conveniently adjusted with one hand. Double acrylic glazing of the window pane and a robust polyurethane frame ensure excellent insulation.

  • RRP: $381-$783
  • Warranty: 12 months
  • Dimensions: 22 sizes available
  • Weight: Various
  • Colours: Silver or black
  • Materials: Polyurethane
  • Locking mechanism: Secure locking system

Features

  • Built-in darkening blind
  • Secure locking system
  • Excellent insulation

Ranger RV Supplies Window

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These double-glazed acrylic windows also comprise an ASA plastic frame.

The windows have a 0 to 90° opening, and are easy and quick to install.

They also come with a pleated folding block-out blind and midge-proof flyscreen.

  • RRP: Various pricing depending on size of window
  • Warranty: 12 months
  • Dimensions: 13 sizes available
  • Weight: From 3-8kg, depending on size
  • Colours: Black external frame/white internal frame
  • Materials: Double-glazed acrylic, flyscreen and block-out blind
  • Locking mechanism: Latch

Features

  • Easy and quick installation
  • 0 to 90° opening
  • Midge-proof flyscreen
  • Pleated folding block-out blind

Camec Odyssey Window

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This window has two and four-radius options plus a wind-out window operation, and a double-glazed option is available.

The easily installed Odyssey window is made of high UV-stabilised tinted moulded acrylic.

It has a fixed flyscreen and a replacement is available.

  • RRP: From $250
  • Warranty: 12 months
  • Dimensions: A range of sizes available
  • Weight: Not supplied
  • Colours: Black or white frame
  • Materials: Acrylic
  • Locking mechanism: Thumb/slide lock

Features

  • Wind-out operation
  • Easy installation
  • Single and double hopper
  • UV-stabilised
  • Fixed flyscreen

Aussie Traveller Eurovision Window

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ATRV’s range of EuroVision windows offers the option of a top quality European-styled window for caravan and RV buyers in Australia.  

EuroVision windows are ADR-approved and suitable for fitting to either caravans or motorhomes and the screwless clamp-style design provides a simple and secure fixing method. Combined with the easy-fit internal blind ensemble and optional curtain tracking, a quality finish to your RV is assured.

Available in a range of sizes, the double-glazed acrylic panel is UV-resistant and the block-out blind is heat reflective, keeping you cooler when it counts.    

  • RRP: $336.60 (450x900mm)
  • Warranty: 12 months
  • Dimensions: 300x500mm to 800x1200mm (most popular is 450x900mm)
  • Weight: 11kg (450x900mm)
  • Colours: Black frame, white blind assembly and blind. Limited numbers also available in white or silver frame with a white blind assembly and blind
  • Materials: Powdercoated aluminium, ADR-approved double-glazed acrylic, and block-out blind
  • Locking mechanism: 4-5 locking handles (depending on size)

Features

  • Powdercoated high quality aluminium alloy internal and external frame
  • Grey, double-glazed acrylic panel, UV-resistant, certified to European ECE standards
  • 24 per cent increase in opening size/ventilation access compared to leading competitors
  • Radius corners
  • Internal blind assembly with white powdercoated frame and multipositional, heat reflective blind and midge-proof screen
  • Screwless clamp design provides simple and secure fixing method
  • Suits 24-33mm panel as standard, optional rings available for thicker panels
  • Optional curtain assembly kit also available

The full feature appeared in Caravan World #566. Subscribe today for the latest caravan reviews and news every month!