- Dimensiones del producto: 24,1 x 8,9 x 38,1 cm ; 227 g
- Referencia del fabricante: 4316450660
- ASIN: B01JHH57YK
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 25 de junio de 2017
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Paraguas de playa arena Anchor – Color blanco
- Compatible con paraguas con bastones de diámetros de hasta 1.5 pulgadas.
- Mantiene firmemente en el suelo blando o arena, para asegurar una playa paraguas contra los vientos más de 40 km/h
- La espiral Flange construido sobre un redondo en forma de cono Trunk Digs fácilmente en la arena.
- Los mangos cómodos aumento Torque para permitir a los usuarios a su vez fácilmente.
- Acomoda la mayoría Tamaño Beach Umbrellas mediante apriete y se instala fácilmente sin necesidad de herramientas.
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Este versátil, de alta calidad para equipamiento de playa paraguas, cañas de pescar y otros equipos de camping - Deportivas de anclaje en el suelo. La barra inferior de mango proporciona una cruz, que en conjunto con la broca espiral - Brida, facilita la inserción de la parte inferior del paraguas bastón de mango en la arena que resulta en una mayor estabilidad.
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Now that we have the Beach Bumbrella umbrella anchor, my darling husband toted everything down to the beach and proceeded to pull out the umbrella to get me covered up right away (he didn't know about my little secret weapon). Once he got the umbrella out of the wagon I told him to stop for a minute and proceeded to slip the base of the umbrella into the Bumbella anchor. Of course he kept asking, "what are you doing??" to which I answered, "just give me a minute". After just few minutes the+ umbrella was firmly secured in Bumbrella Twist-In Sand Anchor...now it was his turn to go make it "Ultra Secure". So off to the beach we go...he's determined now to conquer the umbrella and this contraption that I am affixed to it. And, as he is prepared for battle with this odd looking cross/anchor contraption affixed to the bottom of our umbrella, he firmly plants the umbrella in the sand and gives it a couple of twists using the anchors reinforced, ergonomic handles and the anchor/umbrella twist into the earth and sand rather effortlessly!!! Oh Yay! No more near javelin throw type landing to keep the umbrella planted and upright!!!!
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It is made of heavy-duty plastic with reinforcement at the handles and mouth and will work with any umbrella with a pole diameter up to 1 1/2 in. It is just small enough to fit in a backpack or beach tote as it is 15 in. long and the handles are 9 1/2 in. wide. It is not difficult to carry as it only weighs about 288 g or 10.16 oz.
The handles are much easier to turn than the pole of an umbrella and the tip is pointed at 45 degrees, so it requires less force and grip strength to drill it into the sand. The tip goes down into the sand a full 12 in. or more, much deeper than I can get the pole of either my small or large umbrella. The 5/8 in. spiral threads help it go in and then grip the deeper, compacted sand to keep it from pulling out. The anchor doesn’t even move enough to widen the hole as a pole does, so even the small umbrella with a 7/8 in. diameter pole is perfectly secure and doesn’t blow away. That is what I like best, as it eliminates the need to reinsert the pole in the sand every few hours or to chase after a runaway umbrella.
It could also hold fishing poles with or without a PVC pipe extension. I often see fishermen at the beach trying to twist lengths of PVC pipe into the sand just like I used to do with my umbrella when they could be using this instead.
Supramark provided a sample Beach Bumbrella for evaluation and review.