3 metre lean over parasol in 5 different colours now from £39 (plus £5.95 p&p) £44.95 @ Asda George
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3 metre lean over parasol in 5 different colours now from £39 (plus £5.95 p&p) £44.95 @ Asda George

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Found 18th Jul 2017
Looking for a banana parasol for over my little boys paddling pool and came across these. 5 different colours and 2 of them (Blue and pink) have been reduced from £49 to £39, These are 3m wide, the one I was looking at in Argos is 2.5m and £59.99 so going to go with this one. No free click and collect unfortunatley due to size so delivery adds £5.95 to the price but even so £44.95 delivered is a lot better than £59.99! Seem to have good reviews as well. One of the reviewers has put it over their Lay-Z-Spa so its definitley big enough if you wanted it for that.

Available in -
Black £49
Blue £39
Linen £49
Pink £39
Red £49

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Good deal, ordered. Now watch 'summer' end.
Good deal but the two colours on offer are not for everyone I suspect. oO
Edited by: "Digger.Barnes" 18th Jul 2017
Factor in also the cost of the weights needed to hold the base down.
They aren't included.
Good price
parsimony

Factor in also the cost of the weights needed to hold the base down.They … Factor in also the cost of the weights needed to hold the base down.They aren't included.



Nothing a sandbag or two won't sort out lol
The problem with these is even with base loaded down any breeze and the canopy flies around all over the place. Haven't even bothered putting ours up this year
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 18th Jul 2017
Agreed. No matter how steady the base, the parasol swayed around so much even in a gentle breeze. Ended up tethering 3 points to the ground and eventually went back to old fashioned central one.
Agree with the two comments above. We had one, it was the worst one we used by far, a little wind & it swung around madly. Stupid design. Took it back.
bc909885

Agreed. No matter how steady the base, the parasol swayed around so much … Agreed. No matter how steady the base, the parasol swayed around so much even in a gentle breeze. Ended up tethering 3 points to the ground and eventually went back to old fashioned central one.



Ditto all of the above comments. Leanover parasols look nice and stylish but they are not as stable as a standard parasol and the price of the base weights doubles the cost.
Robbo11

Ditto all of the above comments. Leanover parasols look nice and stylish … Ditto all of the above comments. Leanover parasols look nice and stylish but they are not as stable as a standard parasol and the price of the base weights doubles the cost.


More than double of you get heavy enough weights.
Robbo11

Ditto all of the above comments. Leanover parasols look nice and stylish … Ditto all of the above comments. Leanover parasols look nice and stylish but they are not as stable as a standard parasol and the price of the base weights doubles the cost.



I used four paving slabs from B&Q which cost about £2 each.

A big improvement for me was using bungee cord to attach it to the house from the shade. Before this it would move a lot in the wind and a big gust could have been a disaster.
Funnily enough mine broke today. I got it less than 12 months ago! The wind kept turning it around then the center bit snapped. It was only breezy. Not a practical buy.
Do these have the tilt function ?
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