Aldi Gardenline 2.2m crank and tilt parasol, choice of colours £22.99 instore from 29th June
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Aldi Gardenline 2.2m crank and tilt parasol, choice of colours £22.99 instore from 29th June

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Found 27th Jun 2017
Coming to Aldi on Thurs 29 June as part of their garden stuff event.
Comes in green, cream or anthracite (grey/blue).
Cranks with a winding handle rather than grappling with it like an umbrella, and it tilts in various directions.
Seems a very good price for that size with those features - gutted I paid more just last week for one very similar off Amazon.

**can anyone sort out adding a photo? never works on my phone **
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Good deal. You will need to buy a base separately if you don't already have one as the one pictured is not included. They sell it for an extra £15 (or get one from somewhere else if they're out of stock as the bases tend to adjust to accommodate different parasols).
not bad and good price, but 2.2m is not that big, but I guess it depends on the area you need to shade.
Edited by: "mrArcher" 27th Jun 2017
Morrisons are still selling a 2.5m crank operated (non-tilt) cream coloured parasol, for £15.
johnson293

Morrisons are still selling a 2.5m crank operated (non-tilt) cream … Morrisons are still selling a 2.5m crank operated (non-tilt) cream coloured parasol, for £15.


never found one on 3 large stores in London in the last few months and despite the fact that it is their normal price and therefore not one off sold as clearance
Edited by: "bobo53" 27th Jun 2017
Thanks for this good deal
Brilliant.
Very good deal for a tiltable parasol. Thanks Op!!

Was looking to but something comparable in Robert Dyas 'sale' for 40£. Aldi tut es billiger.
You're welcome!
Anyone recommend a base for this? Instructions say to use a minimum of 40kg which seems excessive and quite hard to source.
Bought one today along with a matching patterned base. Seems good quality and the size is ideal for my veranda in my apartment. The base weight is 15kg and seems to be adequate.
daveybuoy

Bought one today along with a matching patterned base. Seems good quality … Bought one today along with a matching patterned base. Seems good quality and the size is ideal for my veranda in my apartment. The base weight is 15kg and seems to be adequate.



I also bought both Parasol and the base from Aldi but after opening them decided to return both because:
- Parasol seemed of good quality but 2.2m diameter is too small for anything other a small table and chair. I ended up ordering the 2.7m diameter one from elsewhere.
- The base is adequate weight wise but the construction is of very poor quality. The parasol holding bit is only attached in a flimsy way and broke off easily. It couldnt even keep the smallish 2.2m umbrella straight. Also the main weight is some kind of concrete painted black, which ended up leaving marks on the patio.

In this instance it really was the case of you get what you pay for..Avoid if you can.

wh431

[quote=daveybuoy] In this instance it really was the case of you get what … [quote=daveybuoy] In this instance it really was the case of you get what you pay for..Avoid if you can.



But the umbrella is the size I said it was, so when you say avoid I guess you mean the base.
Si senior. Parasol was good for what it was.
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