My Coveva windbreak

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  1. ABZSteve

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    image.jpeg First chance we have had to put it up with the Moho. It is brilliant.
     
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    Looks the bees knees
     
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    Is it the same brand as the D&T one we have, they look similar.

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    Looks identical to the Coveva one(y)
     
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    Had mine for a few years best I have seen stands up in Spain the winds never let me down john
     
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    Where did you buy it and how much did it cost?
     
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    www.coveva.co.uk › windbreaks, it was £290, bargain (y) You can make up various configurations. We have the 9 metre one.
     
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    Looks good. Is it easy to put up?
     
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    D&T and Coveva are the same. They are excellent and very good quality. Customer service is also excellent and orders dispatched by return
     
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    41 minutes ( I know ) first time, 30 mins second time. Real easy to take down and store also, probably around 30 mins complete.
     
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    Looks a good quality piece of kit(y)
    BRian & Jo
     
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    Looks good and solid, but 41 minutes. ;) My Jormax windbreak has no guy lines or additional supports, goes up in 5 minutes and stays there even through Spanish winter winds. Expensive though. What did that one cost?

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    C'mon Jim, that is a 5 min section right enough. Mine is 9m with two gates, cost £290(y)
     
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    Mine is the 5m one. In fact I have two sets and don't use them often but when I do its just 10 minutes for 10m :) Thats 31 minutes saved for beer. They really couldn't be any easier to put up. I've had mine years now, I think to buy 10m would be well over £300 though. I recall at Peterborough seeing the 5m for around £160
     
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    OK Jim, I concede, however my wife insisted on helping which cost me 32 minutes :LOL:
     
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