Best Lightweight Aluminum Beach Umbrella for Big Shade Coverage. This style umbrella (aluminum pole and tilt) is not intended for above average windy days. Enjoy the huge shade provided by our Beach Umbrella, featuring 16 fiberglass ribs, rust free aluminum pole, and a sand screw.
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Need an umbrella for windy days? Take a look at our 7.5ft Beach Umbrella - Heavy Duty Stainless
- Additional information
- Large Sky Blue 7.5' canopy with vented roof
- Carry Bag
- SPF 50 canopy
- 16 fiberglass ribs
- Aluminum pole - rust free - thicker gauge tubing
- Fully adjustable height with 3 set settings
- Rod to help screw it into the sand
- 2-way Tilt
- Sand screw that fits our swing arm and beach cart
- Umbrella Weight: 8lbs
- Max Wind Rating: 15mph
Need a lot of shade coverage without all the weight of a large steel beach umbrella? Our 7.5' Aluminum Beach Umbrella only weighs 8lbs and still provides a lot of shade coverage. It's built with 16 fiberglass ribs, so you don't have to worry about the wind blowing it inside out, which is so annoying.
First, make sure the tilt mechanism on your umbrella pole is snug tight. Wind can work the tilt mechanism until the button breaks. If this happens, contact us for a replacement button and spring.
Second, check the top plastic cap that holds the canopy on so that it stays tight.
The SPF 50 canopy will defend you against the harshest sunlight.
The canopy comes in a solid sky blue color. When not in use, the attached strap will keep it neatly closed. For easy storage, simply put the umbrella into the carry bag that comes with your purchase.
The aluminum poles are rust free, but aluminum is a softer, lightweight metal. In windy conditions, you can always fill the down pole with sand to strength the pole from being bent by wind gusts.
Only screw the down pole into dry soft sand! Wet sand, dirt and clay can break the plastic sand screw or bend/break your down pole. If you are bending the aluminum rod trying to twist it down into the sand, then you're going too deep or the soil is not ideal for your umbrella pole.
A good rule of thumb is bury the down pole 10-12" deep in soft sand. If the sand is wet, you may not be able to bury the down pole as deep without breaking the plastic sand screw.
|Dimensions||5 × 5 × 61 in|