Easy to fit 2 people can slide it over my swing bench in seconds without it snagging , the elasticated straps at the rear easily hook over the feet of the swing bench. Two more straps to hold the front of the cover securely would make the the cover the finished article.
I was very impressed with the quality of the cover, nest one I have ever had.
Just the thing if you can't store the swing under cover - looks good too.
Considering how much garden centres charge for patio furniture covers, this was a really good buy. Only thing I would say is that there isn't much to 'anchor' it in a strong wind. The toggles don't pull string in from all round edges, only back corners, so wind could easily lift it. Perhaps some velcro fasteners to go around the legs?
The width and depth of the cover are fine but it does not nearly reach down to the floor. It is about two feet short. Probably OK for the Summer but not good enough for Winter.
The cover is lightweight, fairly easy to cover. Because of it's lightweight it is very susceptible to wind. It only has toggles to restrain the back. The front has 2 zips at either side so you can lift the front off only if you want to use it for a short time (as long as it's not too windy!). The only problem with the zips is that they don't have locks. To restrain the front it is necessary to place the cover under the front legs of the seat and unless you ensure that the end of the zips are well secured under the foot of the leg they will, with wind action, slowly unzip. I'm writing this in June, what happens in the winter remains to be seen.
The cover is a good fit as expected. Let down by not having any eyelets at the front to tie the cover on with, also the rear tires only 'pull in' the rear corners a couple of inches so any wind takes the cover off, not an overall success,! Bit disappointed but does keep the rain off when the cover stays on.
The material is so light that it is all but impossible to place in position where the air is moving only slightly. There are only two tie points (the back legs) so I had to devise a method of weighting and tying it down to stop it blowing off. It is waterproof and I do not think it would be easily damaged, providing you do not make additional holes to hold it in place.