Ultimate Heavy Parasol Base.
This is really the ultimate garden parasol base – set of 4
Here at Rattan and Teak, we believe this is the simply the best heavy parasol base that you can buy. It is made from concrete and steel and weighs in at a massive 50kg.
Don’t be afraid of the weight though as the fitted wheels and handles make this heavy parasol base supremely portable. Pull up the handle, unlock the castor wheels and this will glide around your patio with ease allowing it to be slotted into tight spaces with aplomb.
The steel tube comes with two fixing screws to clamp your garden parasol tightly and a clever ‘reducer fitting’ in the top of the steel tube makes the base suitable for 38mm, 48mm and 58mm diameter poles.
Finally, the sleek and smooth finish of the concrete of this Ultimate Heavy Parasol Base makes it virtually maintenance free.
Not sure if you really need a base for your garden parasol?
Rattan and Teak always puts safety first and we want our customers to stay safe too. That’s why we always recommend using a good quality base with a parasol, to ensure that your garden parasol is secure and stable. Parasols and parasol canopies can be surprisingly heavy and could cause injury if they weren’t anchored securely and slipped over, or if a gust of wind lifted or tipped the parasol onto the people sheltering beneath it. So a good quality, heavy base like the Ultimate Garden Parasol Base is a sensible option.
Our ultimate concrete Heavy Parasol Base has the following features:
- It’s a mighty 50kg of smooth moulded industrial poly-concrete.
- Its smooth polished steel parasol tube has two fixings to lock the parasol into place
- The parasol base is mounted on four lockable castor wheels which make it easy to move and also rock solid when locked.
- Two pop-up handles allow you to glide the parasol base to the perfect location.
- A reducer fitted in the top of the pole allows for 38mm, 48mm and 58mm diameter parasol poles without needing to change the tube.
Home and Garden Safety Checklists
Fore more tips on how to stay safe in your garden, visit the ROSPA website where there is a handy Home & Garden Safety Checklist.