Premium Grill Cover is rated out of 5 by 49.
Rated 3 out of 5 by SheilaS from Needs Straps I purchased this cover to replace mine that had worn over the years. At first, I was a little disappointed by how much thinner it was from the original cover, but it fit, was functional and it got the job done. That is...until it got windy outside. The original cover had Velcro straps on both ends to keep the cover on when windy out. This new cover only has one strap that wraps around one leg. Every time a gust of wind comes by, the cover flies off. I'm not talking heavy storms here, just a simple windy day. If there were straps for all 4 legs, it would be perfect and I would easily rate it 5 stars. As it stands now, I'll have to add another strap to keep it on. That's disappointing considering the cover wasn't cheap.
Date published: 2018-01-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by GrillinginSomervilleMA from A tale of two covers. Like a lot of Weber fans I have more than one Weber grill, which also means I have more than one grill cover. About a year ago I purchased a new cover for my Spirit. I immediately noticed that the material for that cover was more pliable and durable than the material for the cover I had for my Performer, which is this cover. And after another season of sun and rain my Performer cover has become brittle, has holes, and is very stiff and difficult to get on the grill. This a stark contrast from the Spirit's cover, which after a year or so is still soft, pliable, and easy to use, which is saying something because that grill sees more sunlight and rain time. I don't know if they're made in different places, but it's obvious they're made with different materials. Definitely not the quality you'd expect from Weber.
Date published: 2018-04-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by Retired Fire Capt. from Thin and only one strap. Purchased this when I purchased my performer deluxe. On the box it says it has straps. Only has one strap to fasten around one leg. Not good in windy west Texas. It blows off. I guess the one strap is just to keep it from blowing over the fence into the neighbors yard. It's also very thin and won't hold up to the intense cold, it can get down into the teens here in the winter, and heat and intense sun in the summer, here in west Texas. I do keep the BBQ under a covered patio except when I grill and wheel it out from under the covered patio, which will help preserve it but for how long I don't know. Time will tell. Way overpriced for what you get.
Date published: 2019-01-25
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