Tempera Crank-To-Tilt System Patio Table Umbrella, 9-Foot
Last updated date: November 15, 2021
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In our analysis, the Tempera Tempera Crank-To-Tilt System Patio Table Umbrella, 9-Foot placed 6th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Auto-Tilt Patio Umbrella: Designed with an easy auto-tilt function. Keep turning the crank handle when the outdoor umbrella is fully open, you’ll get the tilted shade and enjoy the all-day outdoors. Fade-resistant Outdoor Umbrella: Made of 100% solution-dyed polyester which hold its color longer, water-repellent and UV resistant coating added for better protection. Wind-Resistant Frame: 1.5″ diameter thick rustfree Aluminum pole and 8 steel ribs provide enhanced durability to this market umbrella. Wind vent allows air flow also add stability. 9 ft outdoor patio umbrella shades your 42″ to 54″ table and 4 to 6 chairs, ideal for residential and commercial spaces, such as garden, pool, porch, balcony, lawn and any other outdoor places. NOTE: Base is NOT included. 1-Year Warranty: All Tempera patio umbrellas come with a 1-year warranty(including canopy and frame).
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An Overview On Patio Table Umbrellas
Patio umbrellas fall into two main categories: cantilevered and market. Cantilevered versions have sturdy bases, curved poles and canopies that are set off from the bases. They do not have poles in the middle, and they work best in hard-to-shade areas like over lounge furniture arrangements and barbecues.
The canopies on this sort of umbrella average about 9-13 feet in diameter, and they are most often seen on swimming pool patios. You can find some that are designed for outdoor dining tables, too, but they take up more space on the deck or patio.
Market umbrellas are more common; they’re the ones that have straight poles in the middle. They are sold with and without bases and use hand cranks to open and close. The poles are often made from aluminum, but they can also be made from other materials, like wood. Look for ones that have push-button tilting mechanisms — otherwise, you won’t be able to adjust them as the sun changes position throughout the day.
If you want to use a market umbrella with an outdoor dining table, that table must have a hole in the middle of it for the pole to fit through. Before buying a patio umbrella, see how tall it is and check the diameter. One that measures 7.5-8.5 feet fits a table that measures 36-40 inches and accommodates four to six chairs. A 9- to 10-foot patio umbrella shields a table measuring from 40-48 inches with up to eight chairs. You can find patio umbrellas with smaller and larger diameters, too.
Many patio umbrellas are made from polyester, which dries fast and is both durable and weather-resistant. Sunbrella fabric, a branded performance textile, is top quality and valued for its fade-resistant qualities. Other umbrella fabrics include olefin, acrylic and thatch. Whatever material you prefer, check that it’s resistant to UV rays. Also, if the umbrella’s pole is made from aluminum, see if it is coated with rust-resistant materials.
The Patio Table Umbrella Buying Guide
- Patio umbrellas use push, pulley and crank systems to open and close. Push versions are the hardest to operate, while the ones with cranks are the easiest.
- Look for umbrellas with tilt mechanisms, which allow you to change the position as the sun moves.
- You may wish to check that the umbrella has a vent in it; this protects it from blowing away.
- You will most likely have to purchase a separate base if you buy a market umbrella. For a 7.5- to 8.5-foot umbrella, you’ll need a 50-pound base; for a 9- to 10-foot umbrella, get a 50-70 pound base.
- To stabilize your patio umbrella at home, weigh it down with sandbags. If you’re using an umbrella at the beach, take some empty plastic bags and fill them with wet sand (not too much in one bag, as they get heavy). Place them around the umbrella pole once it is in the ground.
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