Veranda Patio Day Chaise Cover PBBL EARTH BARK X大码
- 34"H x 36"W x 80"D.
- Materials: Woven polyester fabric with PVC undercoating.
Battle the natural elements and ensure that your outdoor furniture looks good with the Patio Day Chaise Cover from the Veranda Collection. The gardelle fabric is water repellent, has a splash guard skirt and tough interlocking seams for strength and durability. Create a tight fit with the elastic hem cord with a toggle The click-close straps will snap over legs to secure cover on the windiest days. Fits patio loveseats or benches up to 58"L x 32.5"W x 31"H. Padded handles allow easy fitting and removal. Weighs 6.75 pounds.
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While I am reviewing this specific product my experience with the other covers in this line are very relevant as it is the same product line, same material and same company.
The covers are well constructed and sturdy. The warranty is also outstanding. Why do I mention the warranty? I've had to use it several times now. Why does that not cause me to give it a bad review? Simply put because there is no cover I have ever found that can handle sitting out side 365 days a year through summer heat, thunderstorms, snow, ice, sleet and high winds and not have wear and tear after a few years.
These covers have not only lasted longer than any other covers I've bought in the past, I've actually been able to get replacements for ones that had ripped or torn after years of exposure. The warranty process was incredibly simple, Fill out a form on-line, upload pictures and the new covers show up about a week later.
I would recommend these covers even without the warranty support, but the fact that I was able to get replacements just makes it that much better.
- Look great
- Can be securely fastened
- Great support from company
- The lighter colored ones really show the dirt quickly.
This large chaise lounge cover, fits with room to spare over our substantial, wheeled, wrought-iron chaise lounges.
These new versions of the Verdana covers seem very well-made, thicker than past incarnations with canvas handles, though I wish they were a different color to spot them more easily, like the Hickory line. The vents work, in that we’ve never had an issue with mildew under the covers, and they also keep the cushions very, very dry.
My only gripe is that they're not indestructible which, of course, is probably hoping for too much. To date, we've noted that three years is about the max life span for a Classic cover, with cracks or tears occurring after that even with careful care. I think it's just exposure to the weather and is basically inevitable. (NOTE: We live in the Southwest, where the sun is very intense, and it’s dry for months at a time.)
I blame the sun as much as the winter weather, because those covers that are left mostly on during the summer months, for outdoor furniture not used as often that is totally exposed, the life expectancy of the covers has been a year at most. Those under a little more protection, where the cover is mostly used only during winter months, have lasted up to three years. Your mileage may vary, but that's been our experience.
On the plus side, they’ve extended the warranty to a full three years, which is way beyond industry standard. We have had several Classic covers replaced under warranty in the past (those that lasted less than a year, when that was their standard warranty time), and the process was pretty painless. Emailed photos and proof of purchase, and Classic sent replacement covers promptly. Very easy to deal with, and prompt customer service is a huge plus in my book.
We actually previously bought a super-pricey (three figures) cover for our double chaise lounge from a company that offered a “lifetime” guarantee, and when it sustained sun damage cracks after less than a year, we contacted them and got the run around. They actually claimed the “lifetime” warranty didn’t cover damage from “weather,” which included sun damage. These are outdoor patio furniture covers, where/how did they think they’d be used?
Classic, by the way, has always accepted photos of the fading and cracks caused by sun, as cause for in-warranty replacement which is great, because I would agree that putting an outdoor furniture cover on outdoor furniture is using the product as designed.
So, despite the somewhat limited life we’ve experienced so far, I haven't found better covers, with better service, than the Classic brand in this price range, and now that their warranty is even longer, I’ll happily continue to purchase, and recommend, this brand.
After 3.5 years of unrelenting exposure to the elements, these will suddenly tear open like paper. But that's not unreasonable, considering they withstood the full unshaded force of San Diego sunshine for close to a presidential term. No doubt they would've lasted far longer had I ever put the covered lounge chairs in a sheltered environment when not in use.
These covers form-fit a chaise lounge through a combination of zippers and ties. During torrential winds, they stayed intact and on the chairs. Never while out of town did I worry the chairs themselves would be exposed to damage, as they would have with precariously affixed covers that simply molded to the chair without methods in place to fully secure them. Ultimately, these chaise lounge covers are effective, and are attractive at this price point.