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Sport-Brella X-Large Umbrella
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- UPF 50+ PROTECTION. The Sport-Brella XL will keep your skin safe and protected from over 99.5% of UVA and UVB rays. With side panels for extra coverage and wind flaps for ventilation and airflow, you’ll get everything you need.
- XL RUGGED OUTDOOR CANOPY. XL Sport Brella has a 9-foot canopy that is made of 210 D Polyester for fundamental all-weather protection. It is supported by 4.5 mm steel ribs and a 5 mm steel stretcher, giving you the rugged durability you need.
- THE ESSENTIALS. Keep valuables safe in the internal side pockets and gain extra visibility with the dual canopy with top vents and side zippered windows. The telescoping pole has a metal tip is held in place by a durable steel screw.
- WATER REPELLENT AND WEATHER PROTECTION. Protect yourself from rain, wind, or sun with the Sport-Brella XL. The water repellent structure will keep you dry and relaxed on rainy game days, or cool from the warm summer sun at the beach.
- EVERYTHING YOU NEED. Set up or break down in just a few minutes. The XL Sports-Brella travel dimensions compact to 59”x4”x4” and it weighs 11 lbs. Keep everything in the bag, including the 8 steel ground stakes and 3 tie-down cords (8 ft. each)
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Stay safe and protected from the sun or the rain with the Sport-Brella for all your outdoor adventures. Whether it’s time for the football championships, or you’re spending your day on the shore, be confident that you have shelter with this 9 ft. wide canopy umbrella. With UPF 50+ protection, and 99.5% protection from UVA and UVB light, you’ll have a place to go whenever you need it.
Easy to set up and break down, this portable structure includes an easy to carry bag with a strap, 8 steel ground stakes, and 3, 8ft. tie down cords. The canopy is made of durable and water resistant 210 D Polyester that won’t rip or tear. Held together with 4.5 mm steel ribs and a 5 mm steel stretcher, it won’t flap in the wind. The side panel zippered windows allow for optimal airflow and visibility whenever you need it while the internal pockets allow you to store unused stakes, valuables, and cords.
Use the Sport-Brella for all your favorite sports adventures. Cheer on your favorite player as they hustle down the field, or give them a cool snack during half time under the shade, it will never let you down.
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Over the years, I've recommended this product to many friends, and as I saw them start using them, I began noticing that theirs were different than mine. The mechanical parts appeared to get cheaper and less-durable year by year. And, year by year, I kept using mine. I could set them up in high winds by staking out guy lines and we'd enjoy 3-4 games every weekend in peaceful trust in our amazing Sport-Brellas.
When my new one arrived, I pulled it from its bag, noticing that the bag seemed thinner than my old one. I opened it and noticed that the knob to tighten the center post had been replaced with a plastic folding latch. The bell at the top was loose and rolled down the umbrella and hit the ground at my feet. I closed it and screwed the bell back on, but at the point of "tight" it stripped through and I had to tighten it again. This time I stopped just shy of tight and it stayed. I opened it again. I set it in my stand and tried to snap the shade flaps up to the retaining clip I've used for 10 years. Guess what. They cheaped out and removed the clip! Now, I have to roll the flap until I can use crappy tie straps to secure it at the bottom of the umbrella. I secured my guy lines and staked them into position. It worked the rest of the game and I put it back into the cheap bag and went home.
The next day was another game and it was a windy day, but not nearly as windy as my experience assured me I could use a Sport-Brella. Please note that I have done this hundreds of times. I opened it, turning the umbrella into the wind to prevent becoming Mary Poppins. It opened. Then, the bell fell off again. I turned to pick it up and the wind caught the umbrella, whipping it open and turning it inside out. In ten years, I've NEVER turned a Sport-Brella inside out! Well, that was the end of my brand-new Sport-Brella. Five of the ribs ripped from the cap, leaving holes in the umbrella. It is done.
Last weekend, I grabbed the 8-year old version and watched another game.
Until you see another buyer write a review detailing how they have started using quality components again, quit buying this piece of crap. I won't be recommending them to friends anymore. I won't be recommending them to you either.
The key to this umbrella is to anchor it appropriately. The provided stakes are great for anchoring in the sand. Dig a little hole with your hands and push the stake in "more solid sand." Don't be lazy and use just two stakes; use them all. Setup is about 5-10 minutes including the stakes, and can be easily done by one person. We've used this umbrella on a really windy beach day, and it didn't blow anywhere.
There are only two negatives to using the sport-brella-- where a beach tent is superior.
(1). This thing is LONG (when all packed up). The XL size is about 5 feet long-- which makes it difficult to put in a car or even the back of a minivan. It would not lay flat (driver to passenger in the back of our Honda Odyssey). We need to stand it up at an angle. It would be difficult to transport in our car with kids in the back seat. (Note it's not heavy or hard to carry; it weights about 10 lbs).
(2). When installed, you will eventually lose shade as the sun moves. A tent actually provides shade longer because there is more of a "top" and "front." A cabana can usually be moved (e.g., propped up in the back) as the sun moves. The sport-brella can not be moved as the sun moves. I find this a minor inconvenience-- given the benefits. My solution is to "re-install" and "re-position" the sport-brella when I start running out of shade. (At a day at the beach in Naples, FL, I needed to reposition the sport-brella after about 4 hours).
In conclusion, the sportbrella is by far the best beach solution I've used. I had many people at the beach ask me where I got it. It has saved me a lot of money in cabana rentals.
I'm hesitant to purchase another one, even though it's exactly the sort of product my family needs.