Saddleman Cambridge Tweed Seat Covers Customer Reviews
100 Customer Reviews
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Satisfy your taste for pageantry and tradition with a set of Saddleman Cambridge Tweed Seat Covers. Similar to the factory originals, Cambridge Tweed offers the durability of a custom seat cover while subtly blending-in with your vehicle's factory interiors.
Saddleman designs the Cambridge Tweed covers to easily slip right over your vehicle's seats. And, since they're made-to-order for your vehicle, you need no tools to get the job done. So instead of struggling with your seats all weekend, you're sitting pretty in your plush new interior.
Whether you need to beautify and upgrade your interiors, keep your new seats new, or breathe new life into old seats—go for the sure fit of Cambridge Seat Covers. Crafted from premium-quality fabrics and materials, Cambridge Seat Covers are designed to keep your seats safe, sound and stylish for years to come.
And best yet, Saddleman covers your Cambridge Tweed Seat Covers with a 1-year warranty.
100 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Mary G (Vista, CA) — Oct 11, 2014 3:22 PM
Hi Guys, frist off I'll mention I was very pleased with the craftsman ship and fit of these set covers on our 1989 Toyota truck. That's where it ended, per the installation. The instructions were way wrong illustrated and there was no S hooks as mentioned, only a small bag of single eye-angle type wrong hooks (see attach). As for the velcro attached to the strips, there was none. The strips were 3/4" elastic bands with no hooks attached like in the instruction images. Thus, I had to bend open the eye loop end of the package hooks to attach through the elastic ends and bend round the angle ends to attach tight the back and under the seat itself. This was all done after I had removed the seat from the truck to have access to complete the install. Of all the times, I've ever installed covers this was very major disappointment.
Reviewed by Peter D (POYNETTE, WI) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Sep 26, 2014 10:08 AM
I probably would have rated these high if the directions weren't so poor. Also, plan to buy your own S hooks for these - the ones supplied were very cheap. One thing that puzzled me was that the cover for the large part of my back seat did not have piping the way the rest of the seat back and cushion covers did. Not sure if this is normal or if I might have gotten a component from another style. Anyway, it looks a little weird.
Reviewed by Homer C (Gladstone, VA) — Apr 18, 2014 4:52 AM
seat covers were not as easy to put on as the instructions say. You are to hook the covers with , the little hooks they send, to the under seat of the vehicle. That is hard to do when you can't get your hand under the seat.
Reviewed by Steven S (Frankfort, KY) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Xterra — Apr 17, 2014 11:50 PM
For some reason I expected a heavier weight cloth and stitching. The mounting "S" hooks are to small,to light, and hard to work with. Poor instructions. I have my doubts how this foam backed material will hold up and wash. Whenj ordering from Auto Anything call to verify covers for a Nissan Exterra Model "S" as the item options are confusing.
Reviewed by Gary K (Mahtomedi, MN) Reviewed for a 2006 Nissan Titan — Apr 15, 2014 5:16 AM
Seat covers were difficult to fit initially. They have been on the seats for a week+ and appear to be stretching out an conforming to the seats. Best advice is to not get too frustrated when initially installing the seat covers.
Reviewed by Nancy B (WEST LINN, OR) Reviewed for a 1999 Subaru Forester — Jun 28, 2013 1:59 PM
I am not totally happy. The color is great, the fabric nice, and the fit good, but the mechanisms for attaching the covers to the seats did not work at all, and they don't stay still. The velcro closure that is supposed to "fit" the top of the seat back and allow the head rest supports to pass through won't stay closed, and gaps open, which shows in the back seat. One of the two seat covers came with part of the velcro sewn shut by mistake, and I had to pull out stitches to get it on.