Access Vanish Tonneau Cover Customer Reviews
226 Customer Reviews
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Leave it to the tonneau experts at Access to make a bed cover that’s barely there. The all-new, all-sleek Access Vanish Tonneau Cover brings a wealth of great tonneau features like weather coverage and better MPGs without the thick size and unsightly arc of cheap covers.
The Vanish earns its name by sitting an impressive ½" above the top of your bed rails—one of the slimmest covers around. But, unlike other low-profile tonneaus, the Vanish still channels the weather away from your gear. This combo of profile and 4-season protection capability can only be had with the Vanish tonneau.
Other features that are hard to overlook include the Vanish’s automatic tension system, speedy roll-up full-bed access, tough Velcro side seals, handy trigger release, and solid 3-year warranty against defects in material and workmanship. And, you can install the Vanish in mere minutes with the included clamps.
Slim in profile, thick on security and protection. Cover your bed with the Vanish today.
226 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by william m (Marion, VA) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Oct 30, 2013 2:32 AM
I've had the Vanish on my truck for about a week now and so far so good. Install was easy but the directions could have been clearer. It is a bit pricey for a roll up but I am a "get what you pay for" person....We'll see. I'm not crazy about the flapping going down the road, which is not terrible, but there. But no flapping would cost several hundreds more. All in all I would recommend this cover based on 1 week ownership. Bonus...Auto anything is 1-2 days to my door with shipments...great
Reviewed by William B (LAND O LAKES, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tundra — Sep 04, 2013 8:14 AM
I have had this cover on for about 2 weeks now and i am very pleased with it. The instructions were straight forward and i installed it in about an hour by myself. I live in florida so we get afternoon showers all the time and so far the inside of the bed seems very dry. I really like how the latch is on the inside and my tailgate locks so it seems pretty secure as well but still use common sense of what to leave in the bed for long periods of time.... :-)
Reviewed by David F (TIFFIN, OH) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Silverado — Sep 03, 2013 4:54 PM
Nice cover, however, we have the plastic bed rails on top of eac bed sides. The extra space the plastic rail takes up on inside of bed causes the roll up liner to fit overly tight. Not only that, the velcro on the cover itself now overhangs the mating side rail. Only 2/3 or less of the velcro is engaged. Not sure how well this will work over the long hall. Maybe stock two cover widths to account for trucks with plastic bed rail covers and those without! My buddy had same problem with Ford truck.
Reviewed by Chris G (WASHBURN, IL) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado — Aug 24, 2013 10:02 AM
Looks Good on the truck, Took longer to install than it was supposed to because instructions are to understand. Some handy man skill are helpful. After installed it looks great.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jan 26, 2013 1:36 PM
I own a 2011 Toyota Takoma with a factory installed bed liner that also has a bed rail system for tie-down cleats. I know these can be removed, but with the bed rail can this tonneau cover be installed? I particularly like this style because it looks like you can completely roll it up without having to deal with removing the support bows, and gives you more bed room than the tri-fold covers(unless you remove those completely).
Answered by Nathan S. — Jan 28, 2013 10:40 AM
Hi, Installation is extremely easy and only takes about 30 minutes for most customers.flag Accept Answer
Asked by edwin t.
May 29, 2012 2:08 PM
2004 Nissan Titan
does this type of Tonneau cover work with chrome bed rails?
Asked by Judy M.
Jan 31, 2012 2:18 PM
2004 Chevy Colorado
Hello, I have a bed cover on My chevy colorado dual cab that needs repair the velcro has come off on both the frame and the cover how do I get this fixed? I bought My truck used with this cover and I like the cover but right now it is rolled up due to the fact the velcro has kind of dry rotted I think do You have a repair option for this? JMartin
Asked by Pat P.
Dec 06, 2011 7:15 PM
2011 Chevy Silverado
We are full-time RVers and have a below the edge of the bed tool box. The tool box is mounted at the front of the bed. Would we be able to open the tool box with the cover rolled up? Would the mounting clamps at the front of the bed work with the tool box in place? Our truck is a dually, does that change the model of the cover? Thanks for your response.