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Old 3rd May 2021, 13:40   #46
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Thanks for the feedback guys. I need a cover for Linea. However, I am not able to open the coverwell website. Anybody else facing this?
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However, I am not able to open the coverwell website. Anybody else facing this?
A New website was mentioned in one of the previous posts. Pl try it.

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https://coverwellindia.in/

Telephone numbers and address remains the same..
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Thanks for the feedback guys. I need a cover for Linea. However, I am not able to open the coverwell website. Anybody else facing this?
Hi, Donít search via google and go as google will show his expired domain which had more hits. Use this link

https://coverwellindia.in/

He has dimensions of more than 1200 car models and will definitely have for linea.
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The coverwell website has an option to enter coupon code. Any idea where I can find a coupon code or if anyone can share a coupon code with me?
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The coverwell website has an option to enter coupon code. Any idea where I can find a coupon code or if anyone can share a coupon code with me?
Theres none. Ignore that option.
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I'm unable to make online payment on the website. Seems the change of website name is causing issues with payment gateway. Anyone else facing this issue?
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I'm unable to make online payment on the website. Seems the change of website name is causing issues with payment gateway. Anyone else facing this issue?
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Old 18th May 2021, 11:26   #53
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I spoke to the owner today and he informed the factory is closed due to lockdown. He also told me no need to make a payment now as they will be able to ship the cover only after the factory is running. Such a nice guy.

I also told him that payment gateway on his website is not working and sent him the screenshot I posted earlier. He is not tech savvy person and told he will ask his website developer to fix the issue.

Also, BHPians please note that the covers being sold on Amazon, Flipkart etc., with 'Coverwell' name are not genuine. The owner told me he has raised a complaint to Amazon. I'm not sure if Amazon will take any action, but please beware of this.

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Thanks for this thread!

I bought a Tyvek cover (indigo color) for my Sonet last week and got it delivered yesterday. I faced the same payment issue on the website and finally made a bank transfer after contacting the owner.

It fits nicely and is very light. Here are a few pictures.
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Guys, a few days back when I took the car out in the sun, I noticed a reddish tinge on the front fender panel and realized that it was the covers colour on the paint on both sides of the car. I tried using car shampoo and PK solution but it didn't work.

I would advise new buyers to avoid buying a colour that's not similar to your car.

Any advise to get rid of the color would be appreciated.
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I would advise new buyers to avoid buying a colour that's not similar to your car.
I have a white car and a brown cover! Never noticed any color leak. The colour of the cover has faded over time parked in sun but nothing else.

The inside of the cover is generally that rubbery material, the outer colour shouldn't be leaking in.

While can't clearly see the colour in your pictures, would suggest using a mild liquid rubbing compound.
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I have a white car and a brown cover! Never noticed any color leak. The colour of the cover has faded over time parked in sun but nothing else.

The inside of the cover is generally that rubbery material, the outer colour shouldn't be leaking in.

While can't clearly see the colour in your pictures, would suggest using a mild liquid rubbing compound.
Rubbing with a slight polish didnt make any difference so I took it to Maxshine to get it done professionally and they had to do it with machine polishing.

You can see the colour on the inside of the cover in the pic. I would not recommend the waterproof cover at all. Its not waterproof at the seams and eventually the entire car gets wet from my experience. The white tyvec should be good enough and ideally try and match the colour to the car.

Even the Maxshine guys were recommending tph covers.
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You can see the colour on the inside of the cover in the pic.
You should definitely talk to them! This is pretty sad.

Another thing I notice is that the inside of your cover looks different from mine.
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You should definitely talk to them! This is pretty sad.

Another thing I notice is that the inside of your cover looks different from mine.
I did message the owner yesterday and he didn't bother to reply even after reading them.

I always wondered why you kept saying rubberized inner. Mine doesn't seem that way.
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Old 9th July 2021, 10:20   #60
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Got Coverwell cover for my car couple of weeks back. Quite happy with the cover. Unlike the previous cover provided by the dealer, this doesn't fly off in Mumbai winds and rain water seepage is also drastically reduced.

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