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Wilko Overhanging Garden Parasol Green - £40 + Free C&C @ Wilko
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Wilko Overhanging Garden Parasol Green - £40 + Free C&C @ Wilko

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Posted 20th May

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Keep out of the sun this summer and enjoy some shade with our Green coloured Overhanging Parasol. Providing 50+ UV protection, it's perfect for offering some much-needed safe shade for all the family.

Simply open and close the canopy by winding the easy-turn crank handle which also includes a button to tilt the parasol to maximise sunlight block. The parasol is 263cm in diameter and is charcoal powder coated to protect against the occasional summer drizzle.

Wilko Overhanging Parasol can be drilled into the floor to support or for freedom of portability, the Wilko Overhang Parasol Base 2pk is required to support. Parasol also available in Mist colour. 12 month warranty included. Approx size: 263cm(Dia.) x 243cm(H). Please note: Base is not included.

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Most will also need to buy a seperate base for this, at more cost :/
GingerBreadWoman20/05/2019 08:09

Most will also need to buy a seperate base for this, at more cost :/


That's correct and parasol can also be drilled into the floor
These things swing about like mad if there’s a breeze
There £16.99 in B&M and £20 in b&q
I see them in store basically plastic full with water and put them on top of the three spikes if you get what I mean

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I would't recommend this style. The ratchet rusts and fails, and the whole thing is stiff and hard work to put up.
Shockey20/05/2019 14:58

I see them in store basically plastic full with water and put them on top …I see them in store basically plastic full with water and put them on top of the three spikes if you get what I mean https://www.argos.co.uk/product/3058798?cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59156%7Cacid:444-797-0832%7Ccid:1680746360%7Cagid:68093175560%7Ctid:aud-641224041017:pla-293946777986%7Ccrid:326791063082%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:15149724543786279205%7Cdvc:m%7Cadp:1o2%7Cmt:%7Cloc:1007266&gclid=Cj0KCQjwoInnBRDDARIsANBVyARt5ZWEk_Md4vhPaeYUZ_hrnyLrIKUi3HbDPUgtRWues6ubEEGN5sAaAlfVEALw_wcB


You need 4 of them!
I just use 4 patio slabs, does the job.
newbuyer1720/05/2019 19:10

You need 4 of them!I just use 4 patio slabs, does the job.


Good DIY base
I have something similar to this - the problem for me is that is is fixed in place,l and cannot be swung around or angled as the sun moves.
We've had one very similar ( can notice a few small differences ) and for the price and it's lasted 3 years I really don't think you can go wrong. 4 patio slabs for weights or screwing it down is another option.
FYI have the umbrella fully open or fully closed as our little ones often unwind alittle when up resulting in the rope snapping. Basic tools to fix and £6 for rope from Screwfix so isn't end of the world
Got one a year ago. Seems decent. Left out all winter with no cover and it's still in perfect condition and working order
newbuyer1720/05/2019 19:10

You need 4 of them!I just use 4 patio slabs, does the job.


Great trip hazard there...
We've just got this, seems decent quality so far, time will tell. Also need to buy weights for it, use slabs or screw it down. Only annoying this is it doesn't spin which is a bit of a design fault.
Shockey21/05/2019 13:03

Great trip hazard there...


No more so than the proper things. They just sit in the same gaps in a nice square shape.
Thanks, just picked one up instore
Had one. Returned it. Utter crud
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