- ASIN: B004DKQJNK
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 19 de agosto de 2016
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bayside21 – 8 'Rainbow inclinación playa paraguas de mercado
- 8 ft Amplia, de 16 varillas de fibra de vidrio para proporcionar una estabilidad superior
- 3-direction inclinación de metal para ajustable al ángulo deseado
- UPF 50 +. excelente protección UV bloqueo
- Diámetro de barra de aluminio anodizado (1,25 pulgadas), inoxidable, Peso ligero
- Ventilación, 6,5 "Valance, lado de la punta de tornillo en la parte inferior Pole, tejido bolsa de transporte
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Un paraguas ideal para personal y comercial fines. tiene un lado de la punta que se pueden sticked en el suelo o arena. no sólo ideal para playa vacaciones, sino también agradable para patio, o piscina uso Incluye bolsa de transporte a juego para fácil transporte y almacenamiento. disfrutar.
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15mph. The key is to angle the umbrella into the wind when placing in the sand. The 8' coverage is excellent. This
same umbrella sells at Sams Club this time of year a little cheaper after you figure in price and shipping fees. The
last one I had like this lasted 3 years and that was going to the beach probably 20 times a year. So its a GREAT
investment. One tip is if the winds are strong, take a plastic grocery bag, fill it with sand and hang it from a panel
underneath the umbrella.This will help the panels stay downward in case of a strong gust. Enjoy!
It gets really windy here in New Mexico, and eventually my outdoor umbrellas wear out and break. Tired of spending the money on market umbrellas and wanting something more fun looking, I've been getting these beach umbrella's over the years. I find they're quite durable, and when I eventually have to replace them, it's pretty inexpensive and I don't have to feel terrible about the money I wasted if it breaks. I bought this one this year when my other one blew away completely, but later I found my old one across the street in the brush between my neighbors yards, not even broken!
Still, there's one issue with these like I mentioned, which is that they don't stay well in umbrella stands - no matter how tight I try to make the screw to hold it in, they can still blow out when it's very windy (even when closed, because they're light and open easily), and more often upset even the heaviest umbrella stand, and topple over.
Remedy: this year I filled a huge terra cotta plant pot with play sand from the hardware store, and I guess since this umbrella is made for sand, this solution has worked perfectly. We've had more than the usual amount of wind this year, and the umbrella hasn't blown away a single time, nor could possibly topple the heavy pot of sand.