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We offer several suggestions and tips for promoting the longevity of your umbrella. A 11' umbrella should always be used with a base that is at least 75 lbs., although we recommend more weight in windier areas. The umbrella should always be closed when not in use, and we recommend storing the umbrella indoors if the umbrella will not be used for a prolonged period of time, or if adverse weather is expected. For additional protection, a separate protective canopy should be used over the umbrella whenever it is closed; this prevents the canopy from fading and protects the center components of the umbrella.
We recommend using a base that is at least 75 lbs. with an 11' umbrella.
Its more fire engine red until it fades. I don't know the answer to your other questions.
Differences in prices can be accounted for by different models if you are looking at different item pages, or it may be accounted for by different colors. Each color corresponds to a distinct color grade such as Olefin or Sunbrella 1A, and these color grades have their own price differences.
No, you have to buy the base.
The tilt mechanism can be used by twisting the striped collar above the crank mechanism. If you believe your umbrella is not tilting enough, please send a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are limited in terms of replacement parts, but please contact email@example.com with your request.
This umbrella has a collar tilt mechanism as the description says.
The antique beige is closest to an off-white color.
Yes, you can use this with an umbrella base of your choice, but the base open must at least 2 inches or wide enough to accommodate the umbrella's pole's diameter.