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Old 08-01-2015, 10:15 AM   #1
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Investing in cover finally. ADCO or ELEMENTS?

Looking at an Elements Premium cover for the Seismic. Big $$ but I need to get it under cover during the summer months.

Comparing this to the Adco Sunbrella

Price wise Camping World is giving a better price on the Elements by about 160$ than the Sunbrella, but I'm told Adco ships out custom orders quicker.

Any feedback good or bad for both would be appreciated. Or if you've already done the research and made a choice let me know your thoughts. Thanks!!

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Old 08-01-2015, 08:18 PM   #2
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Investing in cover finally. ADCO or ELEMENTS?

My Adco cover made it through two years of east Multnomah County winds without a problem. If you are not familiar, the area I live is one of the most consistently windy places in the country especially during the winter and summer. The cover never got a tear and didn't leak more than a drop or two of rain. This includes an ice storm that built up 3/4 " of ice on the cover. It was well worth the $160.

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Old 08-02-2015, 02:20 PM   #3
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I bought an Elements cover for my White Hawk about two months ago - a little pricey but I think worth the cost considering the sun in southern California. I live in a windy area, but so far so good. I think the key is to pad the sharp edges and remember to avoid tightening the straps too much. Leave some room for air flow.
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