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Shelta's 3.5 Savannah Outdoor Umbrella for $930 + Free Cover @ Shade Australia

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Savannah features a number of design improvements including a drop down bracket on the umbrella hub for LED light attachment. Most importantly, Savannah introduces O’bravia™ Solution dyed canvas to our range - it is a fabric that has legendary fade resist properties, exceeded only by Sunbrella acrylic. Savannah has an impressive oval section mast and a 360 degree rotate (with foot lock), press button tilt lock, crank lift opening and resin base options.

THE AFFORDABLE SAVANNAH

The Savannah is a premium cantilever-style or sidepost umbrella with all the features you could ever need and at an affordable price. The umbrella rotates 360 degrees and locks into place with an easy to operate foot-pedal. The entire canopy tilts with a strong and easy to use mechanism. When the umbrella is folded down the entire canopy retracts back against the main post making storage a breeze. Over the years we have seen many new innovations with this umbrella such as stronger arms, an easier to use mechanism and superior fabric. That's why we think The Savannah is the perfect umbrella for those looking for ready-made shade at an affordable price.

FEATURES

Premium O'Bravia Canvas
360 Rotation
Easy to Operate Tilt Feature
Optional Wheeled Mobile Base
LED light option available
Aluminium frame
Available in a variety of Shapes, Sizes and colours
FABRIC

The Fabric used for the canopy is O'Bravia which is a premium quality canvas made specifically for outdoor applications. It is manufactured using a special process which locks the colour deep into the fibres of the fabric to prevent fading. It is highly water resistant and has excellent UV protection of 98% or a UPF of 50+.

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  • +2 votes

    $930 I'd rather take my chances with melanoma.

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      No need to go outside:
      You could get a decent aircon set up for that price.
      Look at any view you want on the net…

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      $930 I'd rather take my chances with melanoma.

      It was $995 before, so there is a 6% saving !!!!

  • +1 vote

    Is nearly $1000 for an outside umbrella cheap then is it?
    Lovely photo but may be a touch different than the average Ozbargainer's back yard.

    • +2 votes

      If you lived at that place, you probably wouldn't think twice about dropping a grand on an umbrella!

      (Although I'd make the butler set it up for me…)

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    Though slightly smaller. Better value over here. 1/10 of the price for 70% of the size.

    http://www.groupon.com.au/deals/national-deal/groupon-goods-...

    • -2 votes

      if you want junk you can buy same umbrella on our website without any deal here CHEAPER - We had to take this down as we were getting so many complains -

      http://www.shadeaustralia.com.au/umbrellas/cantilever-umbrel...

      • +3 votes

        So, you're offering to sell us a junk umbrella?

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          We trying to sell you top of the line umbrella

      • +5 votes

        If we want junk, buy from Shade Australia. Roger that.

  • +2 votes

    I have a shelta, and they are miles ahead… Had a $100 cantilever and it died after 1 summer, the sheltas are far more durable for a permanent install (I have one over the pool area).
    Cheers

  • +2 votes

    Great umbrella, own one since last year and I can vouch for the quality and easy-to-use factor. Price not that great though as I got the bigger rectagonal one for $999 from BBQ Galore. Also you need to buy a base separately(add another $100 minimum)

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      Rectagonal??

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        LOL it doesn't sound right…right? I was thinking about the octagonal when trying to write rectangular

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    They were $50 the other day at Masters

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      I can vouch for Masters being very poor quality, but at that price i still bought 4 of them.

      I do agree the Shelta quality is very good, but depending on the use it is hard to justify the cost.

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    THE AFFORDABLE SAVANNAH

    …. Affordable for who?

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    $930 for an umbrella, no thank you. As an ozbargainer I rather sit in the rain and get a free shower and save on my water bill.

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    I got one from Aldi last year for about $80. It is still ok. I think i has few more years before it need to be replaced. Does this product from Shade Australia last 30 years plus? probably not. I'd rather buy cheap product and replace every few years then fork out large sum and hoping it will last forever.

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      And this is the attitude of the disposable consumer society that we're living in…

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