Kitchen garden cloche

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    A sturdy, high quality, long lasting and stylish growing cover, perfect for the 'grow your own' gardener looking to add some elegance to the kitchen garden. Made from galvanised black powder coated steel and high quality U.V. resistant clear plastic

    The Cloche:

  • Easy to use with carry handle
  • Generous height for larger plants
  • Adjustable air vents
  • Includes galvanised steel ground pegs for securing to the ground


Sizes:
  • Length: 1m (3ft 3in)
  • Width: 45cm (1ft 6in)
  • Height: 35cm (1ft 2in)


Please note: some assembly is required and two pairs of hands is advised.

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Kitchen garden cloche
 
2.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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25%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight (4)
  • Weather resistant (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Gardening (4)

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2.0

Seems good but...

By Wardy

from Devon

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Looks Good
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

  • Pain To Construct
  • Wrong Bolts

Best Uses

  • Gardening

Comments about Kitchen garden cloche:

This is difficult to put together even with 2 people and the bolts are difficult to go in as it is a pain to line up the plastic with the holes. And the bolts are too short to catch on the nut on the corner holes. Hope there are no other problems with putting it together as it has irritated me enough already. However when it gets put together eventually it looks like it should be a good product. Although they really need to sort this problem out.

  • Your Gardening Experience:
  • Experienced

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2.0

a nightmare

By Griff

from Stamford

Pros

  • Comfortable Grip
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Gardening

    Comments about Kitchen garden cloche:

    I selected the product from the photo. To be fair the finished article is as shown in the picture; but to get it there from delivery to assembly was a nightmare. The product itself looks fine but the screws for assembly were almost impossible to fit without a minimum of 2 people building it. Some of the pre tapped holes were not manufactured properly and I had to go to the hardware shop to buy some nuts and bolts (M3) to make this part of the process possible.Both my wife and I are accomplished DIY people and this product deserves to be better for the price. In short a good idea manufactured very poorly with questionable quality control. The helpline on the instructions is no longer available/disconnected.

    • Your Gardening Experience:
    • Experienced

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    2.0

    Good....

    By maw1081

    from London

    Pros

    • Lightweight
    • Solid Construction
    • Weather Resistant

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Gardening

      Comments about Kitchen garden cloche:

      Although this looks good and there was an offer on so i bought two, i would have to say this is one of the worst items that has ever been constructed, setting it up on your own is extremely difficult(i was so infuriated with it, i wrote this review) and for that reason would not recommend it. I hope that once they are both constructed with the help of others, it does what it says on the tin!!

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      • Experienced

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      5.0

      Great looking, good quality for price

      By alphabet

      from Petersfield

      Pros

      • Comfortable Grip
      • Easy To Use
      • Lightweight
      • Looks Classy
      • Solid Construction
      • Weather Resistant

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Gardening

        Comments about Kitchen garden cloche:

        Looks really smart. Mine has withstood being out all winter and still looks like new. Needs care and determination to assemble it without damaging the perspex which comes flat and has to be 'encouraged' to fit into the end panels. I managed on my own but two pairs of hands would have been better (although it may lead to arguments!). One slight complaint is that the handle comes with bolts that are too long, leaving the handle secure but wobbly - really needs shorter bolts or a couple of spacers to take up the slack. This wouldn't stop me buying another.

        • Your Gardening Experience:
        • Keen but clueless

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