THE ADAGIO WILL SUIT ALL 4-ARM AIRERS whereas the CLASSIC version requires either a removable top cap on the airer or a Rotadaptor to attach to the top of the cap in order to hold the central tent pole provided.
This is the four arm "funnel" design for airers with solid (non-removable) tops on the centre-post - and works for all designs of square airer. Popular sizes are also available in a heavier weight 'Deluxe' Luxury 300 grade woven material.
WHAT YOU GET: A square waterproof cover with a central vent and 100mm side wall attached to a 900mm mesh skirt which catches even wind blown rain,
: A weighted hem all round the skirt to prevent it blowing in the wind, and corner weights for added stability,
: A central drain tube 200mm square and 800mm long attached to the central vent to drain rainwater clear of the laundry.
If the side lengths of your airer vary in size (as they normally do), take the average length and use it to work out the cover you need, by using the product selector on the home page.
S1800 B1800 Fits square airers of side 1.7 to 1.8 metres
S1900 B1900 Fits square airers of side 1.8 to 1.9 metres
S2000 B2000 Fits square airers of side 1.9 to 2.0 metres
S2100 B2100 Fits square airers of side 2.0 to 2.1 metres
S2200 B2200 Fits square airers of side 2.1 to 2.2 metres
S2300 B2300 Fits square airers of side 2.2 to 2.3 metres
S2400 B2400 Fits square airers of side 2.3 to 2.4 metres
S2500 B2500 Fits square airers of side 2.4 to 2.5 metres
S2600 Fits square airers of side 2.5 to 2.6 metres
S2900 Fits square airers of side 2.7 to 2.9 metres
S3000 Fits square airers of side 2.9 to 3.0 metres
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My wife swears by her Dryline. We know that it does exactly what your advertising says it does. Our washing is out in all weathers and comes in dry at the end of the day and now, we can't do without one. To be honest, I don't know how much electricity it saves me. I've never sat down to work it out. I'm sure the electrical saving is significant, and your company's aftersale service is amazing.
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