Aguti/ISRI Seat covers

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  1. Dave and Ginny

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    Been looking about for a few weeks for a good fitting pair of front seat covers for our Hymer ISRI seats. There's not much out there to choose from to be honest, and I sadly have to say that some of the customer service I was getting from two UK companies was not good at all, it felt as if they didn't want our business. As the choices are quite limited when looking for motorhome seat covers I thought I would share this ;).

    I found this German company on ebay...http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Motorhome...692966f&pid=100033&rk=1&rkt=4&sd=381313694346

    I sent a message which was almost instantly replied to and they confirmed they were suitable for Aguti and ISRI seats. I ordered Sunday evening and they arrived today from Germany. Well impressed with the service and the covers fit like gloves.

    Cheers Dave

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    Hi Dave I have been looking for some to fit our ISRI seats, but the seat belt is the problem.
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    It's not easy trying to find some of these seat covers. It took me ages before I came across the German company in above post but looking on their page I can't see anything that really matches yours.. A couple of other companies I enquired with were;

    http://www.motorhomeseatcovers.co.uk/

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    http://www.cbscc.co.uk/

    The second one make them to measure to your requirements so could no doubt incorporate the seatbelts. They either take measurements or send out example covers to try. They weren't cheap mind, would have cost me about £240.

    Hope that helps,
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    Thanks for that Dave. I have a cheap set on at the moment, but had to cut a piece out for the seatbelt.
     
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    Fairly standard response from a German company. Brought my Clarion stereo unit from Germany saving over a hundred quid, recently brought Froli Stars for the beds again from Germany saving another hundred quid.
     
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