WHETHER IT’S A freestanding set-up, a porch or an air awning, as one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of awnings for motorhomes, Isabella has a model to suit you and your ‘van. Innovation is key to the company’s success, creating quality products that the touring public can use on their journeys.
Shade and shelter
Recent additions to the Isabella range are the lightweight Levo Cosy Corner and Levo wind screen, for creating shade and shelter in front of your motorhome.
“Motorhomes and campervans are a market on the increase. That’s why we’re focusing on developing smart, functional equipment that’s suitable for both,” says Morten Kjeldsen, CEO at Isabella.
Isabella now offers a range of 12 products for motorhomes and campervans – for both air and pole awnings.
Levo Cosy Corner
The Levo Cosy Corner is uniquely designed to create shade and shelter for your camper. It’s extremely easy to erect and can stay up with a single pole. It’s versatile, allowing you to move it freely on the rail to place it where it provides the most shade. You can combine the Levo Cosy Corner with the Levo wind screen for even more shelter.
Levo wind screen
Flexible and lightweight (just 4kg), the Levo wind screen is freestanding, designed to be put up quickly and easily. You can place it on the load-bearing pole on the Levo Cosy Corner to provide shade and shelter for your campervan. Alternatively, position it directly on your camper or stand it freely in front of the awning. You choose!
Isabella Air Y sun canopy
This sun canopy is shaped like a letter ‘Y’ and is quick and easy to inflate with the air beam. You just have to pump it up in one place, using the Isabella Air pump that comes with the canopy.
The Isabella Air Y is made from a dyed, lightweight material called Isacryl, which is incredibly robust and retains its colours for many years. There is a large window section at the front of the canopy, to give you a great view.
“The Y sun canopy uses an innovative design and offers the renowned superb Isabella quality,” explains Aga Gadkowska, development manager at Isabella.
Isabella: A quick history
Isabella was established in 1957 by Søren Odgaard, who made a tent at home when he was unable to buy one that suited his needs. He was convinced other people would be interested in his creations and began making tents for sale.
By 1960 the company’s success meant production was transferred to bigger premises, and a year later, to an even larger plant at its current address. In 1964 Isabella’s first awning went into production, and in 1975 its first subsidiary was set up in the UK. Today the group head offices are in Denmark and over the years, a number of what Isabella calls daughter companies have been established in Europe, at locations such as Norway, Germany and Holand, with sub-companies in Sweden, Italy, France and Belgium.
Innovation is key to the company's success, creating quality products that the touring public can use on their journeys