Bosmere updated ranges bring clarity to Covers

by | Jun 9, 2016 | News, Products | 0 comments

Bosmere will be revealing details of their updated ranges for 2016/17 at Solex which provide a good, better, best approach to meet all market expectations. Focus will be on retaining the Bosmere brand quality and reputation whilst maintaining value for money prices. Technically advanced, environmentally friendly materials that are completely PVC free have been introduced across several ranges utilising BosGuard?, a special coating developed by Bosmere.

A brand new ?flagship range? of Premier Covers will be showcased which provides full winter protection and security in windy conditions. All seams are double sewn for extra strength with waterproof seams on top panel joints. The range features a new flexible breathable coating whilst providing superior waterproof performance. It also features Bosmere?s unique water repellent Bosguard? coating providing ideal protection for all wooden garden furniture. Superb new packaging will identify this premium range which carries an 8 year guarantee.

The fast growing mid range covers which include the popular urban chic Storm Black, Cover Up and Thunder Grey ranges also become PVC free with the introduction of BosGuard?. Top panel seams have waterproofed joints and all seams are double stitched for extra strength. A 6 year guarantee is standard across this range.

The current entry level ?Simply Cover Range? is being replaced by Protector+, a smart comprehensive range of reversible covers in green and black. The tough polyethylene fabric is UV stabilised against fading from direct sunlight, eyelets and ties provide security in windy conditions. The range is keenly priced for maximum volume and carries a 2 year guarantee.

Bosmere will also reveal details of their sharper pricing at Solex on these new more focused ranges making a visit to their Stand No 630 essential.


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