Iíve used an Elements All-Climate cover for the past five years. It still going strong and does a great job of protecting our 212 QBW. I put it on about October and will be taking off tonight, in fact. My son and I can put it on in about 20 minutes; off in about 10. With a winter of snow, rain, wind and even some warm days, it keeps the TT looking clean.
During the summer, if we are grounded for more than a couple of weeks, I use a lightweight cover made by RVMasking. Itís nylon about the weight of a parachute, reflective, and light enough I can put it on and off myself. Itís held up to summer winds and searing heat (110+ for days on end) nicely.
Youíll get a variety of opinions on using a cover. If I had a much larger rig, I might not bother because of the size difficulty. But the 212 QBW is small enough, itís not a problem. To me, itís well worth it to keep the trailer looking new.
2018 JayFlight SLX 212QBW
1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty Lariat SC, 7.3L PSD, 3.73
Transfer Flow 50 gal aux; Andersen WDH; Prodigy P2
😁 "If a man says heíll fix something, he will. Thereís no need to remind him every 6 months.