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Costway 8PCS Weight Plates Patio Canopy Tent Gazebo Shade Umbrella Water Filled 40LBS

Item# SPM15741437224 | Model# OP70620 | Added on December 16, 2020 |
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Costway 8PCS Weight Plates Patio Canopy Tent Gazebo Shade Umbrella Water Filled 40LBS
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Are you still bothered that your tents, canopies and patio umbrellas are often blown over on windy days? Our 8-piece weight plate set will be the ideal solution! Made of high-quality PE, our weight plates are durable and resistant to aging or cracking. The no-pinch design enables easy and safe installation without hurting fingers. The 1 1/4” wide open slot is suitable for most canopy legs. It is worth mentioning that each weight plate has an injection spout that allows you to fill in water or sand to increase weight to better hold down the canopy. If necessary, you can also choose to stack weight plates together. Compared with sandbags, our canopy weights are more beautiful and portable, suitable for outdoor events such as picnics, parties, trade shows, etc.

Features:
Made of weather-resistant PE for long-term outdoor use
With no-pinch design for easy and safe installation
Male and female connection for secure stacking
Can be filled with water or sand to increase weight
Securely fits all canopy poles up to 1.25” wide
Firmly secure tents, canopies, and umbrellas in place
Suitable for outdoor events such as trade shows, picnics and parties
With a strap for easy transportation and to prevent the weights from scattering

Specifications:
Color: Black
Material: PE
Product Dimensions: 9.5” x 9.5” x 2.75” (L x W x H)
Net Weight: 6 lbs / set
Weight of Filled with Water: 5 lbs per plate
Pole Size Requirements: up to 1.25” wide
Package includes:
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