CoverMate III Spa Cover Lifter for In-Deck Spas features air shocks for smooth and almost effortless operation. 25-inch deck mounting brackets provide great stability. Black powder coated, rust-free finish is baked-on to resist all weather conditions.
- For in-deck sunken hot tubs
- Gas shock cover lift assist
- For all spa shapes
Product notes: OK for all spa shapes. Not for freestanding spas. Needs only 5" side clearance, and 6" rear clearance. Not for covers over 96" long. Available in cabinet side mount version (below) for freestanding spas.
Type: Hydraulic Dual Gas Shocks - Heavy Duty
Mounting: Deck (for sunken or in-ground spas only)
Max Cover Width: 96"
Ok for In-Deck Spas: Yes - Exclusively
Clearance Required: Rear: 6" / Side: 5"
Shape Limitations: Fits all spa shapes (not for freestanding spas)
Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty
Second I've had. Works great
Comes in a million pieces and instructions are terrible. Save your money.
Apparently it used to be made out of metal, which led to many issues ??? So now it's made out of cheap plastic which leads to the angle arm getting warped by the sun, which in turn affects the shock arm rendering it BROKE and useless! Lasted less than 4 months in the PA sun. Awaiting a new shock, but have been informed that the warped angle arm will cause this issue again, yet no replacement being sent for the angle arm.... save your money & your sanity or you will be blamed for causing the angle arm to warp by not operating the shock correctly!! We are 2 adults - careful & responsible, with knowledge of engineering & mechanics.
We have a partially buried tub with a stone perimeter ""deck"". This is exactly what we needed.
I had read other reviews that said the directions were less that good. I concur. It took quite a bit of time to assemble and in the end, as we feared whole assembling, the system wasn't going to endure the process of raising and lowering for long. The main unit is made of a hard plastic and just will not hold up to the demands placed on it. It's our intention to return it as soon as we unbolt it from the deck. Disappointing. We now have 10 holes in a brand new deck.