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So I ordered two covers for my 3up sparks the other day, and just got the covers delivered today, and they are excellent! They are made of the same material as my cover that I have on my sportbike (which has held up amazingly over the past year+ in the rain, sun, snow, etc)

The covers fit perfectly with the elastic around the sides, holds onto the ski tightly, and even comes with additional strap buckles to attach for towing.

For a price of $99, I dont think you can find a better cover! Certainly beats the price of the $199 OEM cover...

Here is the link if anyone wants to purchase:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/151739145217?
 

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The OEM cover is amazing too... worth the 100$more

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If you're willing to spend the extra $100 just because the cover says Sea-Doo on it, so be it.

I am simply trying to save others the $$$ for a cover that is just as good as the OEM cover is.
 

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I think you never saw the cover for the spark in real life. It's a perfect fit. Doesn't move on the highway at 120kph. Air trap for the moisture. Zipper for all the hook.

The cover you are showing look really big

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By the look of that it would fly off as soon as you hit the gas. The sea doo cover is a snug fit and worth the extra.
 

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I looked at the cheap covers but on the day i bought my 3up they gave me a good deal on a genuine sea doo cover.
I can understand if your having to buy 2 then sea doo prices can bite.

I'am more then impressed with the look and quality of the sea doo cover.
It fits perfectly with no need for extra straps to keep it in place.
It fits so good I leave my boots, PFD and other items in the foot wells when travelling.
There is a inner lined section to protect your seat and a bag also sewn into the cover for storing the cover in.
It has zippered access points for your speed ties so you can have the cover on while tied to the dock
and unless you really looked most people don't even realise it has holes for your bumpers to attach
while the cover is on.
 

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I think you never saw the cover for the spark in real life. It's a perfect fit. Doesn't move on the highway at 120kph. Air trap for the moisture. Zipper for all the hook.

The cover you are showing look really big

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I have not seen it in person, but I have seen in pictures. It does look good, and seem like a perfect fit, but I would still never pay for it.

For me, I do not plan on trailering my skis covered really, no point. I mainly use the cover just for storage to protect the skis from direct sunlight. Most of the time I am only trailering my skis for 30 mins or so, so it is not a long distance that I would want to keep the skis covered. And in the event that I ever will trailer my skis covered, it comes with 4 snap strap belts to secure the cover down. I am planning on driving down to Florida next month, so I will definitely be trailering them covered to there.

Now I can use that extra $100 I saved and use towards something else. lol.

I am a penny pincher, always have been. If I can get something that will do the the job just as well as an OEM product, I will get that and save the money.
 

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I always cover my skis when trailering. The bugs are bad here and I hate getting splats on them :(


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