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Hello Everyone, we are the authorized seller of XYZCTEM motorbike cover in the UK. As the top rated motorbike cover brand in the United States and Japan, XYZCTEM is newly launched in the United Kingdom this July with the best quality and service standard.


We currently have two covers with different size listed on Amazon UK, respectively 104 inches and 97 inches long.

97 Inches: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07TVG743X

104 Inches: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07TVG5HC5


Two Special Discounts for You:


1. 15% off for the two covers.

To apply the discount for the 97 Inches cover, enter the claim code GreatCoverXL at checkout.

The claim code for the 104 Inches is BestCoverXXL.

The code takes into effect from 8:00 am today and is vaild through Sep 30.


2. 100% Off (Number of Winners Limited)

Please send me a private message to get the details on winning the discount.


Since its creation in 2012, XYZCTEM has received thousands of reviews from customers worldwide. It is also reviewed and recommended by many influencers, including Mr. Ninomiya from Japan with more than 300,000 subscribers. Protect your bike with XYZCTEM cover now!


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It is also reviewed and recommended by many influencers...

 

But not anyone from this forum!


Send me one and I'll do a proper unbiased review for you free of charge.

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Hello Mr Pro,


Thank you for your comment. :angel12: You are quite correct. We are eager to know what UK customers think of our products, although they are reviewed by many influencers. We understand that customers from different countries may have different needs on product attributes like size, color, material.


I have sent you a private messgae, which still shows in the outbox (it may take some time for the message to be sent out). Please check it later on.

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I think multiple unbiased reviews would be better too, I can do a second for you free of charge. Just provide me with the goods 8-)

 

Hi Westbeef, thank you for your comment. I have sent you a private message about our promotion. It is still on the way and may take some time to get delivered successfully. :D

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Thanks for coming on board and sponsoring the forum [mention]starfinder[/mention]


I have one of these covers on the way to be reviewed and so does a mate of mine :)

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Thanks for coming on board and sponsoring the forum @starfinder


I have one of these covers on the way to be reviewed and so does a mate of mine :)

 

It is my honor to introduce our products in this great forum. Thank you for providing the opportunity. I am looking forward to seeing our covers protecting your precious bikes. :cheers:

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Hoping to hear good things, I'm in the market for a new cover so would like to know what the others think. :thumb:

Hi there! I am very confident on our product quality as we have been selling these for several years. You will never regret buying it :D

If there is any quality issue, we will arrange refund or replacement immediately.

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Hello. Can anyone tell me which one is more often used in the UK, lb or kg? How about length? Is cm or inch / feet more often used? I use inch/ feet for the length and lb for the weight of our motorcycle cover, just wonder if I should change them. Thank you advance. :angel12: :P

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Hello. Can anyone tell me which one is more often used in the UK, lb or kg? How about length? Is cm or inch / feet more often used? I use inch/ feet for the length and lb for the weight of our motorcycle cover, just wonder if I should change them. Thank you advance. :angel12: :P

 

Most people work in metric and imperial for general length but I think most use metric for weight.

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Hello. Can anyone tell me which one is more often used in the UK, lb or kg? How about length? Is cm or inch / feet more often used? I use inch/ feet for the length and lb for the weight of our motorcycle cover, just wonder if I should change them. Thank you advance. :angel12: :P

 

Most people work in metric and imperial for general length but I think most use metric for weight.

 

I see. Thanks a lot!

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Any TMBF reviews on these please ? @Stu :thumb:

 

I have yet to give it a thorough going over but initial thoughts are very good! and it feels better quality than others I have had in the same price bracket, and anything better quality is always over twice the price.


A mate has left a review on amazon already

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Any TMBF reviews on these please ? @Stu :thumb:

 

I have yet to give it a thorough going over but initial thoughts are very good! and it feels better quality than others I have had in the same price bracket, and anything better quality is always over twice the price.


A mate has left a review on amazon already

 

Thank you Stu. I am happy that you like the product. Our cover uses very good material and we keep improving the details too. :love:

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What material is it made from ?,

 

It is made of high quality 210D Oxford material. :D

 

Still doesn't tell me the type of material, is made from polyester,nylon,canvas,rubber,wool,cotton etc :thumb:

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What material is it made from ?,

 

It is made of high quality 210D Oxford material. :D

 

Still doesn't tell me the type of material, is made from polyester,nylon,canvas,rubber,wool,cotton etc :thumb:

 

Google 210D Oxford fabric and apparently it is PU coated nylon/polyester. 210 being the weight using Dernier scale. Seems suitable although I might prefer a heavier material. My current Oxford cover (brand name) is disintegrating after less than a year's use. :twisted:

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It is made of high quality 210D Oxford material. :D

 

Still doesn't tell me the type of material, is made from polyester,nylon,canvas,rubber,wool,cotton etc :thumb:

 

Google 210D Oxford fabric and apparently it is PU coated nylon/polyester. 210 being the weight using Dernier scale. Seems suitable although I might prefer a heavier material. My current Oxford cover (brand name) is disintegrating after less than a year's use. :twisted:

 


Lightweight is good for out and about or taking with you when touring, but for me for home use, i would want something much more heavy duty, something like what the old army tents were made from, a good quality waterproofed canvas would be my go to choice, or even a marine canvas would be appropriate :thumb:

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What material is it made from ?,

 

It is made of high quality 210D Oxford material. :D

 

Still doesn't tell me the type of material, is made from polyester,nylon,canvas,rubber,wool,cotton etc :thumb:

 

It is nylon/polyester. :P

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It is made of high quality 210D Oxford material. :D

 

Still doesn't tell me the type of material, is made from polyester,nylon,canvas,rubber,wool,cotton etc :thumb:

 

Google 210D Oxford fabric and apparently it is PU coated nylon/polyester. 210 being the weight using Dernier scale. Seems suitable although I might prefer a heavier material. My current Oxford cover (brand name) is disintegrating after less than a year's use. :twisted:

 

The net weight of the 104 inch cover is about 1.05kg. Many customers mentioned in their review that the cover is thick and durable. I will also pass your advice to our product department to see if they can launch a heavier cover. Thank you so much for your feedback :lol:

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