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California Umbrella 9 ft. Olefin Auto Tilt Aluminum Patio Umbrella Royal Blue

Item# 268-MPC124-1-AF | Model# ATA908117-F03 | Added on November 19, 2015 |
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California Umbrella 9 ft. Olefin Auto Tilt Aluminum Patio Umbrella Royal Blue
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Lowest-priced Olefin auto-tilt umbrella anywhereDimensions: 108L x 108W x 102H in. (9 ft.)Durable plastic tilt mechanismAluminum pole has a textured, powder-coated bronze finishSolution-dyed Olefin in your choice of available colorOlefin is a tough, hard-wearing fabric. Try as you might you simply won't find a more affordable auto-tilt patio umbrella with a durable olefin fabric shade than the California Umbrella 9 ft. Olefin Auto Tilt Aluminum Patio Umbrella. This unique umbrella raises the tilt joint mechanism position on the frame. This unique design distributes weight away from the joint resulting in a far lower chance of breakage compared to other auto-tilt products. This allows the tilt joint to be made from a lighter-weight material instead of costly metal too. The auto-tilt feature conveniently allows you to adjust the pitch of the umbrella shade to block the sun. Simply use the crank to open the umbrella and then continue turning until you get to the desired shade pitch. The solution-dyed olefin shade is a hard-wearing fabric that will last several seasons and you have several colors to choose from. Each one will look handsome paired with the textured aluminum pole in a bronze finish. Olefin outdoor fabric: Budget-friendly option that doesn't sacrifice quality Highly durable synthetic fibers that last for years with proper care Better fade-resistance than polyester or cotton without expense of acrylic Color: Royal Blue.
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