These covers fit neatly onto the Eglu Cube Run, underneath the house. By buying a pack of three, you can cover both sides and the back, giving your chickens a well-protected wind-proof haven. The pack also offers a saving over the price of three separate covers.

These covers are made from a long-lasting, heavy duty material that is completely waterproof. They are extremely hardwearing and should last you for years to come.

Complete with bungee hooks for attaching to the run. Note: If you have a MK1 Eglu Cube (pre Sept.'16) the covers will leave a gap on the rear panel beside the foot pedals of around 80mm.

RRP: £29.97

£25.99 Inc VAT

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Weight: 0.900 kg

Brand: Omlet (734 Products)

Latest Product Reviews For Heavy Duty Cover for Eglu Cube - Wind - PACK OF THREE

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Heavy duty cover, Eglue Cub mk1 -

We are extremely happy with this item. For a start it arrived promptly. It’s quality is excellent and the design makes it easy to fit and then use when opening and closing the Cube door and gaining access to the nesting box. It is not cheap but it is good value for money. We have no doubt that the hens are extremely snug when inside overnight.

- North Yorkshire,

Very easy to fit and 'does the job' - no more chilly chickens!

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The product is brilliant especially in the what seems to be new "hurricane" season we're experiencing, the girls are very happy to have somewhere to shelter from the winds! The reason I gave it 4 stars was I cant find wind break for the go up, so there's an idea for you

Great product. -

Bought these as protection for our hens from the driving wind and rain we have been having. They fit perfectly round the frame under neath my Cube and have given the hens a dry safe space to shelter.

Works a treat! -

My ex-colony Hens needed some extra shelter as they arrived in a period of heavy rain and gales and with Omlet's roof covers and the addition of the wind breaks under the cube they had somewhere to keep dry, whilst they grew some feathers. Happy hens!