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|by anonymous||Date Added: Saturday 03 May, 2014|
This line is superior quality. Haven't had it long so can't say how long it holds up but I'm confident it will based on the material. Definitely recommend this line of furniture covers. I shopped around and the prices are also very good.
|by Good Reviews||Date Added: Sunday 30 March, 2014|
This seems to be a quality product. The zipper runs up from the bottom to about 2 ft. or so, which helps handle it when taking it off or putting it on the umbrella. But, the bottom draw cord must still pass over the top of the umbrella to put the cover on, so without a step up, I have to take the umbrella down to put the cover over the top of it. Even if the cord could just wrap around the umbrella instead of having to go over the top, it might still be necessary to reach the top of the umbrella to get the cover on correctly. I like the cover and think it's worth the price.
|by T.R. Norman||Date Added: Tuesday 18 February, 2014|
This is the 4th Classic Accessories item I have ordered and it fit just as expected. So far the other three covers have survived 2.5 years, which for the price is what I expected. I figure they should be good for 3-4 years before they need replacing.
|by Tod Herrick||Date Added: Friday 17 January, 2014|
This cover is well constructed and has remained pliable despite some cold and snowy weather. It is sized well so it fits my market umbrella with space to spare except at the top which was a bit tight on the finial. I like that it has a zipper for easy installation and bottom drawstring enclosure so the wind doesn't carry it away. Very pleased so far!
|by G. Peterson||Date Added: Wednesday 08 January, 2014|
Purchase in April 2011 and still in good shape. The umbrella with this cover is kept in the shade under the eaves of the house when not in useDesigned and constructed well.Not replacing yet.Purchased the Veranda Table & Chair Set cover 70922 at the same time. Its fabric started cracking in summer of 2013. It was fully exposed to Southern California sun, with year round temperature variations of 25 to 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
|by StoneyK5||Date Added: Thursday 02 January, 2014|
This cover is a lot heavier and better made than the others I have. It even has vents at the top to let air flow.