Silver Screen vs Taylormade

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  1. Dogsense

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    Hi all.
    Any recommendations which External thermal windscreen cover is better? (Price diffrent £50.00)

    Thanks
     
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    We've got Silverscreens on our A class. It was my first question on Fun and received slightly more replies in favour of SS so went with them and are very happy with choice.
     
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  3. Dogsense

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    Thank you Geraldine
     
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    We prefer Taylormade and have their long length ones, we think they're better quality than Silver Screens and even if they weren't we certainly wouldn't pay an extra £50!
     
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    Hi I have had both and there is not a lot to choose between them -still have the TM - certainly not £50 worth of difference
    terry
     
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    thanks for the info.
     
  7. golly

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    I still have Taylor made that I got for our Sprinter (see classified);) Got Silver screens for the new van, both work well but I think Silver screens pack into smaller bag.
     
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    Have had both not a lot of difference in their usage, internal or external in looks etc but the diff is in the brand price so T/M wins every time,for me.
    Look how much wine or fb pies you can get for £50 :)
     
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    or all those bottles of grouse.
     
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    Enquired of Taylormade at Peterborough and he was a bit vague as it was an A class and wanted a visit to measure up. Phoned Silverscreens, told him what we had (Pilote Reference) and he said no problem. Made up and delivered a couple of days later. It fits perfectly
     
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    I bought a T/M from the Malvern show and well pleased with it.It's long enough to cover the wiper blades and the gap between the windscreen and the bonnet.(y)
     
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    Me too . Taylormade fits better than our old silver screens . And covers the gap too as said :)
     
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    Taylormade for us too-bought at a show,reduced from £130 to £70 because it had a mark on it-got back to pitch,applied a damp finger to mark,mark disapeared (y) Result eh.
     
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    I bought Taylormade because they were longer. Only regret is the bag - fraying seams stick on to the velcro, so I now use it inside out...
     
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    Does anyone know what the "net option" means on the Taylormade website?
     
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    I believe it's a privacy net - so that when you fold down the front section there is net behind it which still allows light in but preserves your privacy.
     
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    Silverscreens on this van and on the last.. Used in all weathers and work great.
     
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    We have silver screens and are happy with them.
     
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    Silverscreens rang them, arrived next day,fit spot on and supplied with good size bag.
     
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    I've only had Silver Screens so can't compare with TM

    another company to consider is VanComfort

    KANTOP External Thermal Cab Insulation Screens, Manufactured in Germany

    no idea if they are better or not.. at £145.. how does that compare with SS and TM ?
     
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