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    Seadoo covers

    I pulled the trigger on a 2013 rxt x 260 and wake 215. I'm curious about the seadoo covers. Are they good quality? Dealer wants 259 Canadian, is the price reasonable? Also are there different covers or all they all the same?

    Are there any other must have accessories I should buy now?

    Thanks in advance


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    wotxxxsd's Avatar
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    Factory heavy duty canvas are the best fit and longest lasting covers.
    They are pricey...

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    I hear the poppys are nice that's what I was planning to go with

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    Factory heavy duty canvas are the best fit and longest lasting covers.
    They are pricey...
    Agreed they are pricey, but not the best, anymore. My OEM cover for my 2012 Rxpx did not last a year. The OEM cover for my 2008 Rxtx is still looking good.
    I bought a Poppy cover for my Px and I will never buy a OEM cover agian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chets ls3 View Post
    I hear the poppys are nice that's what I was planning to go with
    They are great. About 1/2 the price too.

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    I know the older factory covers last a very long time. I guess the newer factory covers are not made as well..

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    I have 2 years of outside storage on my new OEM cover

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    My poppy cover works great, 1 year no issues. I now have an OEM for my RXP and I'll let everyone know if there is much of a difference.

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    I like the Poppy covers.

    I bought the RXP last summer and it came with a Poppy cover that matches the one I already had on the GTX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canuck View Post
    I like the Poppy covers.

    I bought the RXP last summer and it came with a Poppy cover that matches the one I already had on the GTX.
    X100. I have bought 4-5 poppy covers over the years. They are excellent quality and a very reasonable price.

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