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Garden Cantilever Parasol £39.99 + £6.95 P&P @ Aldi - Online 31st May / in-store 4th June)
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Garden Cantilever Parasol £39.99 + £6.95 P&P @ Aldi - Online 31st May / in-store 4th June)

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Garden Cantilever Parasol £39.99 + £6.95 P&P @ Aldi - Online 31st May / in-store 4th June)
Refreshed 29th May (Posted 25th May)Available: National

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Update 1
Now sold out online but keep checking, randomly back in stock now and again.

In-store from 4th June subject to store stock

Well done to those who got one 😁
Sold out online, in-store from 4th June

Link not live yet, online only from 31st May but image has appeared on Garden page.

I'm pretty sure will be £6.95 P&P, due to it being a heavy item, so i've added this in for now


Keep cool when it gets too hot: underneath a new cantilever parasol. It provides perfect garden sun protection when the heat gets too much. The 3 meter diameter of the garden umbrella will create a large shaded area that will transform the way you use your garden. Great for everyday use but specially handy when throwing summer garden parties. A garden parasol is even more essential if you have little ones around: make sure they can stay safe from the sun while enjoying the outdoors this summer.


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This Cantilever Parasol is not free-standing - it must be used with a recommended base weight of 50-60kg for stability (not included).


Features
  • 6 Steel ribs for stability
  • Provides UV50 sun protection
  • Crank mechanism for easy opening and closing
  • Aluminium standing poles
  • Easy to assemble & position
  • Not freestanding - must be used with a recommended base weight of 50-60kg for stability (not included)
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Rest assured these will be blown over and snapped .
The supplied weights are no where near strong enough to keep it upright even in slightest wind .
if you have decking then you can drill the bottom arms and bolt through the board which is about the best way to secure.
God know how Many of these end up in landfill.
Bought one two years ago, it died last year - one of the internal beams snapped.
First time I’ve had to use Aldi’s warranty and it’s rubbish. They’ve sent me to another firm to get a part - even though this is rivetted to other parts so it’s pointless exercise. The other firm is a nightmare to get hold of - even more so in current climate.
Only £40 loss so I’m not too worried, but don’t expect more than a year use.
Edited by: "superjack" 25th May
Got a load of heavy, slim paving slabs in the garden - could these fit on as a base?
Well I was really considering ordering this when they are available. After these comments keep coming in im now thinking not to even bother.
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Don't forget the 4 weights too. Got mine last year, its pretty good. Get the cover too
MrKrabs25/05/2020 13:15

Don't forget the 4 weights too. Got mine last year, its pretty good. Get …Don't forget the 4 weights too. Got mine last year, its pretty good. Get the cover too


Good shout @MrKrabs TY
Excellent, thanks.
Quick question, does anyone know if these are available from midnight right at the 31st or is it 8 or 9am?
What size is this
I can't find this on the Aldi site, could someone post a link to this image.
Found it
Free delivery over £20!!!
Rest assured these will be blown over and snapped .
The supplied weights are no where near strong enough to keep it upright even in slightest wind .
if you have decking then you can drill the bottom arms and bolt through the board which is about the best way to secure.
God know how Many of these end up in landfill.
tonyjoebren25/05/2020 13:33

Free delivery over £20!!!


Not for heavy items. I paid £6.95 delivery for a table last week.
Maxkaos25/05/2020 13:31

I can't find this on the Aldi site, could someone post a link to this …I can't find this on the Aldi site, could someone post a link to this image.


could you post the link please haha
Unfortunately the need for the weights, which are not included in the pricing makes this rather poor
rickj25/05/2020 13:38

Rest assured these will be blown over and snapped .The supplied weights …Rest assured these will be blown over and snapped .The supplied weights are no where near strong enough to keep it upright even in slightest wind .if you have decking then you can drill the bottom arms and bolt through the board which is about the best way to secure.God know how Many of these end up in landfill.


Buy a set of 4 weights that you can fill with sand or water,and will weigh about 60kg in total. I managed to get a set of 4 for £15 from wilko last year
Bought one two years ago, it died last year - one of the internal beams snapped.
First time I’ve had to use Aldi’s warranty and it’s rubbish. They’ve sent me to another firm to get a part - even though this is rivetted to other parts so it’s pointless exercise. The other firm is a nightmare to get hold of - even more so in current climate.
Only £40 loss so I’m not too worried, but don’t expect more than a year use.
Edited by: "superjack" 25th May
Do they sell the base weights as well??
Where can you pick up the base weight? Is that also sold by Aldi?
martinw22225/05/2020 13:46

Buy a set of 4 weights that you can fill with sand or water,and will weigh …Buy a set of 4 weights that you can fill with sand or water,and will weigh about 60kg in total. I managed to get a set of 4 for £15 from wilko last year


What weight are they for 4 for £15. I’ve always had to pay £50-£60
Got some at the end of the season, was lucky to get them, but think the normal price was about 20 for a set of two
Good price this!
Monaco.Blue25/05/2020 14:10

https://www.aldi.co.uk//garden-shop/garden-furniture


Maybe make this the get deal link, OP
Got a load of heavy, slim paving slabs in the garden - could these fit on as a base?
Lift a few flags cut a hole in one and bury the stand. Cement it in and put the flags on top and it’ll still be standing when time ends
JohnnyFwaa25/05/2020 14:46

Got a load of heavy, slim paving slabs in the garden - could these fit on …Got a load of heavy, slim paving slabs in the garden - could these fit on as a base?


Yeah perfect for the job, maybe pug them down if you can. Weights are expensive and useless!
I've been looking at this type of thing as a base. DYOR and best to buy FbA for easy returns in case it's If anyone has used these, it would be good to have some real world feedback - cheers.
Edited by: "Monaco.Blue" 25th May
Where I live it is super windy, i would love to get one but i would be like Mary Poppins as soon as a gust came around.
I’m sure they where selling weights other week about £24.99 not sure if it was for this though as they where selling other types of parasols?
superjack25/05/2020 13:46

Bought one two years ago, it died last year - one of the internal beams …Bought one two years ago, it died last year - one of the internal beams snapped. First time I’ve had to use Aldi’s warranty and it’s rubbish. They’ve sent me to another firm to get a part - even though this is rivetted to other parts so it’s pointless exercise. The other firm is a nightmare to get hold of - even more so in current climate. Only £40 loss so I’m not too worried, but don’t expect more than a year use.


So did mine from b&q, think it's a common issue, dont know why they dont use metal wire. Regardless I think I will buy this as need some shade for the summer.
If you want these - make sure you are on at midnight. Their website WILL crash, then they release stock when it calms down. I've bought a couple of garden bits the last few months from them. First was a rattan corner sofa set, they put it up around 1am and all stock was gone within 10 minutes, second was a outdoor wood burner it was closer to 2am they put it up.
Thinking a couple of sand bags would do the trick
Got this last year, still going without any problems. Weights keep it from moving. Little tip, if you're expecting gale force winds wind the umbrella down and it won't go anywhere.
Got one two years ago went Ikea for weight pack fill them up with sand
Never fell over
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dmckay12325/05/2020 18:21

Got one two years ago went Ikea for weight pack fill them up with …Got one two years ago went Ikea for weight pack fill them up with sandNever fell over[Image]


I've got these and I think they look horrible. I didn't realise how big they were going to be at the time and didn't check the dims.

I wish I had gone for 4*15kg slabs for the umbrella.

But they definitely do the job
Edited by: "Sc4mp0" 25th May
I bought one of these two years ago and can't recommend in. Mine didn't even last the summer before bending in a moderate breeze. It wasn't even particularly windy. Warranty isn't worth having as they wouldn't replace or refund. These look nice but the quality is shocking. Very lightweight and not made to last by any means.
Got one from homebase about £58 delivered. Doesnt even stand without some weight on the base nvr when wind blows. U have to buy weight separate and when wind blows it moved the actual umbrella part and makes creaky noise,quite worrying. Feel it Could snap soon
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