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Patio Umbrella Base in Taupe

  • Lightweight design: fill with sand to secure your umbrella
  • Sturdy, weather-resistant resin construction
  • Neutral color complements any umbrella style
$14.98 /each

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This Patio Umbrella Base made by Grosfillex offers a convenient, lightweight design that supports 1-1/2 in. diameter umbrella poles. Durable and weather resistant, it is crafted from sturdy resin and fills easily with sand to keep your umbrella stable. The neutral taupe color scheme blends well with any outdoor look.

  • Durably crafted with long-lasting resin material
  • For use with 1-1/2 in. diameter umbrella poles
  • Versatile taupe tone complements any umbrella color
  • Weather resistant for seasons of outdoor use
  • Lightweight and easy to maneuver; fill with sand only
  • 1-year limited warranty

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Is the base designed to be filled with water or

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My base came with a large hole bored into it with no capability to be plugged again. I decided to fill it with concrete to aleviate the issue and it still would not hold a lager umbrella.
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This base is not designed to hold water as it will slowly leak from the plug underneath - sand is recommended. The use of sand only is posted on the HD web site
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April 26, 2016
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This base can be filled either with water or sand.
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What diameter pole should does the base hold?

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I want to use it as a balloon column base.
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It appears to be able to hold around an inch and a half diameter. Perhaps a small amount more.
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March 31, 2015
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This base holds poles with 1 1/4'' diameters.
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How much should the stand weigh if it is a large umbrella weighing 20 pounds?

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Its not necessarily just the weight of the umbrella that is the factor. Your real enemy is wind and how large the surface of the umbrella is and how much wind it will catch. On a typical stand the weight of the umbrella itself is enough and the stand works as a stabilizer. The more weight you have counterweights the winds updraft. On safe measure about 20-30 pounds of weight is adequate for a normal Read More
Its not necessarily just the weight of the umbrella that is the factor. Your real enemy is wind and how large the surface of the umbrella is and how much wind it will catch. On a typical stand the weight of the umbrella itself is enough and the stand works as a stabilizer. The more weight you have counterweights the winds updraft. On safe measure about 20-30 pounds of weight is adequate for a normal breezy day. Remember the 20 pounds of weight from the umbrella and pole will be in addition to the 20-30 pounds increasing it to 40-50 pounds. Read Less
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how do you keep the screw streight

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when you try to tighten the screw it just turns crooked on the pole and if you can get it all the way into the base. then the pole still wiggles around.
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Patio Umbrella Base in Taupe is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage This is a lightweight piece of junk and won't hold an umbrella straight. We only bought it as it was the only type available in the store. Pass on it.
Date published: 2016-06-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avoid this product! I knew this product would most likely have an issue with holding a larger umbrella. That is why I decided to fill it with CONCRETE. You would think that would solve any issues. NOT AT ALL. Even with being filled with concrete, this product could not hold the umbrella straight. This product is complete garbage. Do not waste time in a cheap alternative. Get one that will actually work.
Date published: 2016-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well manufactured Very well constructed, Filling it with sand was a bit awkward but once filled and the security cap installed, it has a good weight and is very strong. A nice touch is the screw to the side to secure the umbrella.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leaks until empty The plug in the base does not create a good seal, so the product leaks water until it is dry inside. Poor quality control mixed with poor design. About to return this product for a refund.
Date published: 2016-07-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Usable. Filled it with crushed stone then epoxied the plug in. Plenty heavy enough. Seems to work ok.
Date published: 2016-08-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't fit standard umbrella Purchased this with the umbrella that it was supposed to work with and the hole is too large to fit into to tighten. Plus to fill it with water you can't because there is a hole in the bottom that will leak out of. Should not even be on the shelves
Date published: 2016-04-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from NOTE: Patio Umbrella BASE, not STAND. Don't use without a table! Don't purchase this unless you have a table to support it, this is a base, not a stand. 1. WILL NOT WATER OR SAND: There are several small openings in there including a pin hole in the bottom center, top center and an opening where the screw is mounted on top to hold the pole. Also, the cap on the bottom is not designed to hold water as well. If you do try and fill it, use SMALL ROCKS like landscaping rocks. 2. WILL NOT HOLD THE WEIGHT: Since there is only a single screw to hold the umbrella pole in place it is unstable and WILL tip over once the wind catches it. This is designed as a cheap stand for under a table to keep the base of the umbrella from moving around and from being pulled upward by the wind. I AM GIVING THIS ITEM A FAIR REVIEW BECAUSE IT WORKS FINE FOR WHATS ITS DESIGNED FOR. A CHEAP UNDER THE TABLE UNBRELLA BASE.
Date published: 2015-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Can't fill with water despite saying you can -Worthless Can't fill with water, like it clearly states. Think they would have figured that out by now.
Date published: 2016-05-26
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