Crivit Bike Cover £2.99 at Lidl
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Crivit Bike Cover £2.99 at Lidl

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Edited by:"tallpete33"Found 20th Aug 2017
2769123.jpgPicked one up from Dartford today

Decent quality material with drawstring and strap to keep in place

Great for this price
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Grabbed a few, thanks.
I shall use to hide my new bike purchase from the wife when it arrives!
cold, does not come with the bike.
Has anyone managed to fit one over a 29er mtb, just interested if it covers cheers
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whatyadoinsucka11 m ago

Has anyone managed to fit one over a 29er mtb, just interested if it …Has anyone managed to fit one over a 29er mtb, just interested if it covers cheers


Pretty sure this will, I got it for my daughters adult bike and it covers that with plenty of room to spare
tallpete3319 m ago

Pretty sure this will, I got it for my daughters adult bike and it covers …Pretty sure this will, I got it for my daughters adult bike and it covers that with plenty of room to spare


thanks mate
dpathic200115 h, 7 m ago

I shall use to hide my new bike purchase from the wife when it arrives!


Put one over your credit card statement when that arrives too...
Great price for a bike or anything bike shaped
I got one from Poundland.
The damn thing only covers 1/2 the bike and the material is thin like a refuse sack.
These types of covers are awful. I bought one very similar on eBay for 99p.
They're not elasticated at the bottom, so the slightest gust of wind and your cover flies away. Totally useless imo.
johnsmith19971 h, 40 m ago

I got one from Poundland.The damn thing only covers 1/2 the bike and the …I got one from Poundland.The damn thing only covers 1/2 the bike and the material is thin like a refuse sack.


Mine lasted 2 days....before it ripped on handlebars. Left it over my spare bike for a few weeks and it started to fall apart. Lidl deal looks great
iceberg10 m ago

These types of covers are awful. I bought one very similar on eBay for …These types of covers are awful. I bought one very similar on eBay for 99p.They're not elasticated at the bottom, so the slightest gust of wind and your cover flies away. Totally useless imo.



with drawstring and strap to keep in place !!??


Got two - good stuff
(I've used the £ land ones too - lucky if they last a few months, as well as heavier duty motorbike ones. these are a good compromise)
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iceberg30 m ago

These types of covers are awful. I bought one very similar on eBay for …These types of covers are awful. I bought one very similar on eBay for 99p.They're not elasticated at the bottom, so the slightest gust of wind and your cover flies away. Totally useless imo.


"bought one very similar" not the same one then . . .

This does have a drawstring and a strap to hold it in place
Would it cover a garden bench seat?
These are good quality, I bought two last year and still going strong. Fits easily over road bikes with plenty of room to spare.
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wekslap1 h, 9 m ago

Would it cover a garden bench seat?



wekslap1 h, 9 m ago

Would it cover a garden bench seat?


It is a decent size so measure your bench

L210 x W80 x H110cm according to the Lidl site
1 Quid at Poundland
tigershuffle22 h, 31 m ago

Mine lasted 2 days....before it ripped on handlebars. Left it over my …Mine lasted 2 days....before it ripped on handlebars. Left it over my spare bike for a few weeks and it started to fall apart. Lidl deal looks great



Mine's got a rip on the handlebars as well!! Think is because the damn thing is not quite wide enough to stretch across the whole bike.
roremfier13 h, 47 m ago

1 Quid at Poundland



Waste of quid a Poundland.
Going by the reviews,might be better saving the quid towards the Lidl one.
decent go two , for the kids BMX's
Anyone know the material type? I had a Poundland one and it was like a plastic bag, ripped quickly and ended up coated in duct tape (it basically became a duct tape cover) then I got an Oxford branded one which was made from some unrippable stitched nylon stuff and it's been great (other than water gets through like a tent when something is in contact, e.g. The seat and handlebars...).

Drawstring sounds like a good idea, the wind whips these things off otherwise
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