Draper Tools Barbecue Cover

Stock Number: ES1502106

Manufactured by Draper Tools

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (7 customers)

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Make sure your barbecue set is protected when it is not in use with the help of this genuine cover! The Draper Tools Barbecue Cover is ideal for protecting your barbecue from any summer showers. It's made from heavy duty polyethylene, with steel-plated eyelets to make it easy to tie down. Ideal for protecting your barbecue from summer showers, or during the winter months.

  • Dimensions: 900 x 600 x 900mm

This is Draper Tools spares reference: 76222

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (7 customers)
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    By - Scotland

    Prompt delivery and product as described. Would recommend.
  • Fit for purpose

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    By - Edinburgh

    My husband bought it to cover a big wooden box he used to grow potatoes, he says it is fine, if not little too large.
  • Great value and covers well

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    By - Swansea

    So happy with this purchase. It's a great fit for my BBQ and is holding up well under the terrible wind and rain we are having. It's value for money and I would definitely recommend.

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  • Q Minimum sizes of barbecue cover 1 Answer

    The minimum dimension of my barbecue is Height 970mm Width 900mm Depth 560mm Could you confirm if the cover is marginally oversized as it would just cover my width measurement and be short on the height measurement Thank you

    By Steve - Birmingham - 26 April 2016

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      The dimensions are likely to be the external size and therefore may not be wide enough for your Barbeque.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 26 April 2016