SORARA Base for Parasol

SKU: 8719325290530

229.90 (190.00 excl. vat)

25 in stock

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Introduction

Finally a mobile parasol base for a floating parasol. You can fill this robust steel parasol base with pebbles or sand, but you can also put soil in it and plant cuttings to make your parasol base a colorful whole. Handy for those who want to use the parasol in different places and ideal parasol base for the catering industry, safe and handy.

Benefits
✓ Easy to move due to the four wheels
✓ When filled, the weight can be up to approx. 150 kg
✓ Suitable for cantilever parasols

Features

– Measurements: 74 x 74 cm;
– Material: Steel with black powdercoating;
– Includes four wheels with breaks.

  • EASY TO INSTALL | These sturdy base fits into practically every cross base for any cantilever umbrella; simple to fill with small gravel (not water)
  • GOOD STABILITY | It weighs 80 kg when filled and will keep your parasol from tipping over by the wind. We do advise to fold your parasol when wind forces above 3.
  • HIGH-QUALITY MATERIALS | Long life HDPE material in a neutral color which fits to basically every frame.
  • DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT | 74 x 74 (L x W), Weight(Empty) is 30 kg. Fully filled 80 kgs, wheels included.
  • WARRANTY | 2 year warranty. Please fill in your personal data completely and correctly

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Returns

  • 30 days to change your mind
  • Free returns
  • Conditions for returns are: the products are unused, undamaged and packed in the original packaging in such a way that they could be sold by us again.

Warranty

All our products are covered by a 2-year warranty.
Matters covered by the warranty are:
– Manufacturing defects;
– Material defects.

Items that are not covered by the warranty are:
– Tear or discolor cloth;
– Damage to zippers;
– Warping frame;
– Rope wear / breakage;
– Damage dealt while opening box;
– (Wind) damage due to careless use.

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