Anbte 2M x 3M Grey Rectangle Shade Sails Awning Waterproof Sun Shade Sail Canopy Awning Fabric Cloth Screen - UV Block UV Resistant - Outdoor Patio Carport
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- Product Code: B0998D7CJ5
- Brand : anbte
【Heavy Duty Construction for Durability】 The Sun Shade Sail is made of premium polyester oxford fabric with reinforced stitched seams, prevents frayed edges and out of shape. Water-resistant, tear-proof and weatherproof design provides good performance in outdoor area.
【UV Blockage & Breathable】The fabric is breathable and provides 95% UV block, allowing cooling breezes and light to pass through for better airy and comfortable space, making you comfortable even in the hottest days.
【Lightweight But Sturdy】 The sail canopy weighs only 960g, but it can provide very strong stability and resistance. It can be recycled for many times, and it is easy to store when not use, does not occupy too much space, very convenient for home storage.
【Easy to Use】Installation hardware kits and ropes are all included for this shade cloth. Each corner ends with durable stainless steel D-rings to make the sun sails easily attached to any sturdy connection point, ensuring a firm fit for tear and weather protection.
【Ideal Shade Solution】 Hang them over your patio, lawn, garden, backyard, swimming pool, driveway, or other outdoor area to provide sunshade and protect against harmful UV rays, and make your privacy area safe, cool and fabulous.
|Item model number||ABTHG761|
Material: Oxford Fabric + 304 Stainless Steel
Size: 78.7” x 118” (2m x 3m)
Product Weight: 960g
1x Sun Shade Sail
2x Snap Hooks
4x Pad Eyes
16x Plastic Expansion
- Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 October 2021Good budget occasional use sail.Low cost shade sails start at around £15 for very small sizes and go up to around the £50 for the medium sizes. They are usually made of lower quality, much thinner fabric with single stitched seams only. Often the corners are just eyelets or ribbon/webbing loops rather than D Rings. UV protection will be less and they are definitely only suitable for very temporary use. Mid range start at around £40 for the smaller sizes up to £60 for medium sizes and above £100 for the much larger sizes that aren’t generally available in the lower cost market. High quality, density rich fabric, double stitched seams, marine grade D Rings and curved sides built for stretch and pull. Can be used as more of a permanent structure and are designed to withstand the great British weather.This sail is a in the good budget range.The seams are double stitched but not every where. The webbing is double layered which is good (some cheap ones are only single webbing) and the hard wear looks good.If you want maximum sun protection, know that heavier fabric, a tighter weave and darker colors generally block the most UV rays.I couldn’t test the UV protection as it’s October but I’d say the cheaper sails will only give you shade and UV protection can’t be relied on.Shade sails are water resistant but not waterproof. A light sprinkle will roll off the shade, so it’s important to install it at an angle. In a heavy downpour, water will drip through the shade because it’s made from breathable woven fabric, which allows air to pass through and keep the shaded area cool. If you want full rain protection, look for a shade specifically categorized as waterproof. Expensive shades don't have a seam as seams tend to leak water. This has a seam.Oxford fabrics belong to the middle and low grade of fabrics. This is probably PU coated but there’s no way of knowing if it’s totally as UV protected as already stated. This is made form Oxford material.Webbing holding the D ring isnt the strongest option but as I’ve said this has double webbing.High quality sails are manufactured from tough, durable fabrics that are made to last for many years. Low quality sails, on the other hand, may not last the distance – you get what you pay for.On a budget this is great for temporary use in the Summer but not to be left out all year. I hope I’ve helped ☺️
- Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 October 2021Waterproof AwningThis is very useful, if a little difficult to put up. It's best being taught tight as water will hold on it and the weight of such will bring it down, so it's best to have it tight, and also with one corner at an angle.With mine i've used it as an awning just outside of the garage so that I can continue woodworking outdoors even when it's raining. It protects from the rain well, and looks smart.