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#16 Haz93

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 12:39 PM

They are relatively easy to fit, but as they are car specific they can be tight. They took me a few hours to fit properly and make sure all the creases were out. The rear backrests just Velcro to the rear of the seat, the seat sections are attached with metal hooks to the underside of the seat frame. The front backrests Velcro at the bottom but can be tricky to get the material between the backrest and the lower seat. All in all I think they were worth the money.

Mine were the Tiffany range, came to 250 with the white inserts and white contrasting stitching. Yes mine are the black and white ones, if you do decide to get some I can always post some pics of how they are fitted :)

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 12:45 PM

Sounds Like the real deal mate, will really have a look at the site later on today and see what colours etc i might go :) . I will let you know of course mate and it would be great if you could send the pics. Cheers :)

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 12:56 PM

Just email them for a quote on your chosen colours/range, think the guy I spoke with is call Lucio. He said the covers are made in Italy but they still had a very reasonable delivery time considering they are made to order. Just mention I recommended you :) if some more people decide to get these covers I could talk to him about an owners club discount.

I had a problem with mine as they had put a lumbar support lever hole on the passenger seat where there was no lever, but they sent out a new upper seat section free of charge with quick delivery. I would defiantly use them again

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 01:02 PM

They sound like the real deal Harrison, I just sent them a quick enquiry on their own site just to see. The pictures of your seats look absolutely great mate. Just wondering on the rear seats the headrest adjusters and the levers for lowereing the seats did you have to remove them to fit becasue they look so smooth and neat. really starting to like them. Are yours all leatherette or is the insert cloth?

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 01:14 PM

Mine are all leatherette mate. You don't need to take off any of the plastic trim pieces to fit the covers, the headrest ajuster/button things the material just pushes underneath them. I did remove the trim around the height adjuster to see if there was any more room for the material, but there wasn't any need really as like the headrest adjuster, the material just pushes under the trim and doesn't need to go too far under. The hardest part to do is getting the elastic loops for the metal hooks down under the front seats, but if you or someone who can help has small hands its not too hard.

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Posted 09 August 2013 - 10:33 AM

just purchased one of the ebay zetec-s ones for my drivers seat.



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Posted 09 August 2013 - 10:55 AM

just purchased one of the ebay zetec-s ones for my drivers seat.

Sounds good Gareth,
Keep us updated on how good it fits mate,
I've only fitted the rear seat version from them and it was great.

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Posted 09 August 2013 - 10:57 AM

Sounds good Gareth,
Keep us updated on how good it fits mate,
I've only fitted the rear seat version from them and it was great.

will do buddy, i will be purchasing the rear in a while as ive got a 3 week old now so soon the car will be a dumping ground lol



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Posted 09 August 2013 - 11:04 AM

will do buddy, i will be purchasing the rear in a while as ive got a 3 week old now so soon the car will be a dumping ground lol

Congratulations mate,
I've got two now aged 4 & 6 one would think the danger of fluids in the back seat would be less,
But last week they left a window open over night and it rained, luckily the rear seat cover protected the seat.
Also the front seat covers help protect from there mucky shoes rubbing the back of the seat.
Ow the joys lol
Rear foot well lighting help though,
When they drop toys at night it helps re locate

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Posted 09 August 2013 - 12:35 PM

Iv had these fitted for quite some time now and I think they're excellent for babies or drooling dogs lol
Mine say st on the rear and focus on the fronts in blue (gotta b color coded) ;)
The fronts are semi custom fit though cos the other ones I got from the seller wasnt a fitment I wanted

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Posted 21 August 2013 - 08:48 AM

ok after quite a wait (expected) the front seat cover has arrived and has been fitted.

when first opened i could tell the quality was good considering the price.

the logo is well done too, doesnt look as cheap as i though.

the fit is spot on. it covers the bottom well and the top. it ties around the back so you can losen or tighten.

 

going to get the rear, asap. 

quick que though does it have the holes for ISO fix?



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Posted 21 August 2013 - 11:12 AM

ok after quite a wait (expected) the front seat cover has arrived and has been fitted.
when first opened i could tell the quality was good considering the price.
the logo is well done too, doesnt look as cheap as i though.
the fit is spot on. it covers the bottom well and the top. it ties around the back so you can losen or tighten.
 
going to get the rear, asap. 
quick que though does it have the holes for ISO fix?


It has a wide Velcro opening in the bottom centre which spans from one seat belt socket to the other,
So if your Isofix is in the centre seat its no modifications required,
But if its on either outer seat I.e close to the door
Well in that case you will have to make a small incision in the cover to allow the isofix cradle slot in to its sockets.

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Posted 22 August 2013 - 09:19 AM

by the looks of it i will have to modify them then, thats a shame. but luckily the iso bar comes with plastic trim clips so it will finish it off and look fine.



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Posted 17 September 2013 - 01:46 PM

rear seat cover has turned up and i will have modify the cover, not sure whether too or not??????

might just sell it as new, :blink:



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Posted 20 September 2013 - 09:45 PM

ino the topic bin here for awhile but where can you get this from ? got baby in way n would like one thanks

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