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California Umbrella CFMT172-B 75-lbs Umbrella Base with Wheels

California Umbrella CFMT172-B 75-lbs Umbrella Base with Wheels
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California Umbrella CFMT172-B 75-lbs Umbrella Base with Wheels

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Product Description

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75-lbs Umbrella Base with Wheels

  • For use with 1.5-in umbrella poles
Materials:Steel Cover, Concrete

Dimensions & Weights

Height:18 inches
Diameter:19 inches

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Great Looking BUT not so great working
By from Miami FL on Feb 19, 2017
Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
Bought 6 of these for our house. I put 2 of them together with the corresponding California Umbrella umbrellas and within 24 hrs both of the umbrellas were on the pool deck. This is because the design where the pole inserts into the base is not good. The screw in pole has a small insertion which makes it unstable with any weight, even when properly screwed on. The simple solution would have been to weld or screw on the pole into the base providing a rigid structure that would hold the weight of any umbrella. At this point, unable to return all 6 simply due to logistics, I've put Gorilla Glue prior to screwing the pole on to the base. I'm hoping this product will close off the gap and bond the pole to the base enough to hold the umbrella.
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It''s heavy enough, but kinda awkward to move
By from Encinitas, CA on Apr 30, 2016
The experts recommend a free-standing umbrella base weigh 75 pounds. This base meets that goal but the design isn''t great if you plan to move it around frequently . There are designs that better address that use/need. This base has steel wheels but no handle or other lifting provision and the column that holds the umbrella is plastic that screws into the metal/concrete base. The plastic tube is somewhat flexible and the base and tube include stickers that warn you not to use the umbrella shaft as a lever to tilt up the base onto the wheels when you move it. The eventual likelihood is that the plastic column will break at the bottom where it screws into the base. The problem is the base sits flush on the patio and doesn''t include any provision to grip underneath it to tilt it up. I will look into grinding a finger-grip relief into the bottom edge opposite the wheels as an attempt to somewhat improve this limitation. (Such a finger-grip relief would have been very straightforward to incorporate into the design.)
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1 Questions from the Community
Will this support an umbrella without a table around it?
The Mine Answer
Yes, the stand is 75 lbs and will have no problem supporting an umbrella by itself.
Unknown on Jun 6, 2013
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Group #: 800827
Category: Umbrella Bases - 1958
Style: - 0
Sales Rank: 12

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