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Covercraft Weathershield HP Custom Car Cover Reviews


Covercraft weathershield HP Car Cover.

Reviewed By Keith K (Los Angeles, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Mazda Miata/MX-5 —9/4/2012 6:24 PM

I also have experience with Coverking Stormproof, Covercraft ultratech, and cotton covers. The Weathershield HP appears to be very similar to the Coverking Stormproof. If feels like a thin windbreaker, is very lightweight and easy to handle (slippery!), compact, good water and dust resistance. No ding protection. Purchased Covercraft because of recent customer service problem with Coverking. Quite satisfied so far. Ultratech cover is much heavier. This one shipped promptly, fit just fine.

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Covercraft Ultratect Custom Car Cover Reviews


Covercraft Ultratech car cover

Reviewed By Keith K (Los Angeles, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Mazda Miata/MX-5 —7/8/2012 11:51 AM

Shipped promptly (much faster than original estimate), proper cover sent the first time (more than I can say for my recent adventure with the competition). Compared with the Coverking Stormproof (the outdoor cover with which I have 5 or 6 years of experience on other vehicles in an outdoor cover), this cover is heavier, bulkier, therefore a bit harder to put on and take off, and I doubt I shall be able to wash it in my home machine. It also seems to fit a bit looser, and arguably does not look as good. Appearance is pretty unimportant to me, however: protection and durability are the order of the day. However, the Covercraft seems to provide a better dust barrier, and my guess is it will hold up a bit better in my mild So Cal climate. No experience yet with handling it in the wet. Suspect it will provide a better wet barrier than the Stormproof but will be more difficult to handle. Both covers seem to be well constructed (double-stitched seams, etc.) This is my first foray into Covercraft products. I'm a long time Coverking client, but had an unresolved customer service issue with them before I ordered this cover, and just got fed up. The true test of a company is how they treat their clients when something is wrong. Coverking flunked the test. I'll be a Covercraft guy for the foreseeable future despite the fact that I liked Coverking products a great deal.

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Coverking StormProof Custom Car Cover Reviews


Coverking Stormproof

Reviewed By Keith K (Los Angeles, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Mazda Miata/MX-5 —3/8/2012 5:17 PM

Bought a replacement for my old Coverking StormProof, which after five years of sun exposure in LA had just about had it. Elastic shot, badly faded (red), rather dust-permeable, and seams coming apart although fabric itself intact. Guess you can't ask for much more than that, or for a much better recommendation. A bit expensive, but worth it. I'd buy one again. In fact, I did. Cover is very lightweight, easy to handle. Can be a bit tricky to put on a really clean, freshly waxed car since both cover and car are very slippery. Over time will get faded and mildewed (or is it mill-dude?), even in a dry climate like Los Angeles. Although you can wash it in a home machine (I have a rather large LG front loader), it really doesn't get that all clean, and a commercial laundromat machine would probably be better. I have pure cotton covers for my garaged cars, and a Stormproof for my other car that lives outside . That cover is also five years old, but is in better shape than the one I just replaced likely because I'm not as religious about using it, so less sun exposure. No experience with other fabrics. For indoor use, I'm not sure Stormproof is worth the extra $$$$. My cotton covers are pushing 20 years old and only just beginning to lose it. For outdoor use in relatively mild climates, think it's probably tough to beat Stormproof.

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