Coolaroo 10 Foot Round Cantilever Freestanding Patio Umbrella, Smoke
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- Fabric provides 90%UV block
- Unique Coolaroo fabric "breathes" to reduce temperature below up to one third
- Resists mold and mildew and is easy to clean with soap and water
- 5 year warranty against UV degredation
- Coolaroo Cantilever Water Base model 454258 fits all Coolaroo Cantilever Umbrellas
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 15 x 87 inches|
|Item Weight||43 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||402631|
|Shipping Weight||41 pounds|
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Large 10' Smoke Cantilever freestanding Patio Umbrella with unique Coolaroo knitted fabric provides up to 90% UV Block , reduces temperature underneath by up to 32%, is easy to clean and mildew resistant. Includes premium crank mechanism and 3 position tilt-aluminum pole. 5 year UV warranty.
Top customer reviews
Can't figure out what's wrong that this product has gotten so many bad reviews. You have to put 4 patio pavers around base (NOT bricks)!. You make it tilt by sliding the attachment to the pole (with the curved lever) up & down.
I recommend this umbrella...
Out of the box, it looked great. Set it up, put pavers down for the support weight...great.
Then I opened it, and it definitely requires more effort than expected, but no problem, it opened.
But it doesn't stay latched open,
The main bolt holding the umbrella up "fell out" and some point, so I had to rig it.
Now the other bolts are falling out.
I'd really love for this thing to work.
The Coolaroo Round Cantilever Umbrella is well designed, attractive and easy to operate. We've had it on our deck for three months, and retract it whenever we are not using it, as we do get gusty winds. Time will tell how well the plastic fittings and cord suspension hold up, but thus far no problems. It does require a heavy base, which I constructed as a six inch high open top box filled with river rock. One improvement would be a mechanism to lock it in any rotated position.
Before these issues, I was moderately happy with this umbrella. It wasn't the easiest to position if you weren't tall enough to get the stand to latch, but it seemed by far the best option in the price range. If they replace the umbrella, we'll have to be even more vigilant about keeping the umbrella closed, but the whole reason I bought this one was that it seemed like it was pretty tough. If I had to do this all again, I would probably save up and purchase a more expensive umbrella that was a little easier to open, close, turn, and reposition.