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Altura Cantilever Umbrella is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 84.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful and functional This umbrella was recommended by interior designer. It is elegant in design and we love the look and the quality. We purchased the 10 x 13 size. It is important to know for placement of the stand that the post is on the 13' side. It came with all parts (some of them were tucked inside the packing) and with instructions that made sense. We knew that we would have to purchase 12 concrete blocks 16 x 16" to hold the stand in place. I asked 3 strong men to help mount the umbrella onto the stand, although 2 of them would have been sufficient. It is easy to raise and lower the umbrella, although it helps to be tall enough to reach the floating part on the post (I am 5'7".) It is also helpful to know that you can rotate the umbrella 90 or 180 degrees to allow more room to raise or lower the umbrella so that it does not hit your table or chairs. Now it is winter in San Diego, and it creates the sense of an outdoor living space with out patio heaters, but we are anticipating that it will be even better during the summertime to provide shade and block the sun. It looks as if it can be cantilevered a bit to help with that, so having the post positioned on the west side seems best to help with afternoon sun.
Date published: 2021-01-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice Umbrella but Disappointed I purchased this umbrella and was very unhappy with the size and look of the base. The base is very bulky and I would not have purchased this had I seen proper pics of the base.
Date published: 2021-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great purchase - compares well to Tuuci Really happy with this purchase. For those of you who may be reviewing other umbrella's with this size & scope you've probably looked at the Tuuci umbrellas as these are the gold standard. They also run around 10K for the 13x13. I decided to try this instead and have been very happy so far. The only main difference I can see so far is that the Tuuci has a polished chrome frame vs. the aluminum that comes with this product. I'm sure that is very beautiful but it wasn't worth 8K for me. One thing you may not be prepared for with such a large umbrella is the room you will need to open it. It does take some space to open and you may need to shift some furniture to make room. That being said, we've found that because you can control the tilt while you open and raise the umbrella is provides you with a fair amount of flexibility. In fact, if I have it tilted when I first open the umbrella I can open it in a tighter space without have to adjust any furniture. The mechanisms on the frame for opening, tilting and rotating the umbrella work very well. They are easy to adjust and I have been able to manipulate them at the same time to get better control in tighter spaces. I should also call out that when the umbrella is closed the canopy does sit pretty close to the base so it's reasonably compact given it's large size. We've been able to position our umbrella so it will cover our furniture and can be rotated when needed to cover our spa. As mentioned above I just need to play with the tilt, rotate and opening mechanism to make it work without having to shift around furniture or run into plants. Overall, very happy with purchase and impressed with the umbrella. It looks great and is very functional for us.
Date published: 2020-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product at a great price Better than anything else on the market for the price point.
Date published: 2020-12-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Would be great except... As another reviewiers have mentioned, you fill the base with cement blocks and there is no way to cover them up. It really takes away from the overall look. Other than the unfortunate looking base, it's heavy (no need to worry about tipping), easy to operate and holds up well. We are on our third year and it still looks brand new. No fading, no wear/tear, etc.
Date published: 2020-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Umbrella! Love!!! Great amazing quality umbrella. Covers large space. Looks professional. You would see outdoor at a Miami hotel. Take 3 people to set up. Note. Screws and small pieces are hidden in base box. You need to dig for the pieces. They are in the box hidden in the cardboard. Hope to have this umbrella forever!
Date published: 2020-11-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap looking. Very expensive and generally high quality, but the base is inconsistent with both the price and the other materials used. It's merely a metal frame which you fill with 12 or so paving stones for counter-weights. You see the paving stones. There is nothing to cover the stones. This gives it a really cheap, unfinished.
Date published: 2020-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Happy so far, but beware the install instructions I am very pleased with the quality of the umbrella. I think it will work out great. But the installation was a nightmare, mainly because the installation instructions provide terrible advice. They tell you to first install the adapter (a 3 foot long vertical post with a flange at the bottom that bolts into the base), then lift the umbrella onto the adaptor and slide it down. This might work for a small umbrella, but not for the 11.5 foot model that we got. It's just way too heavy and unwieldy for this. After trying to follow their instructions, we finally decided to ignore them and just lifted the post onto the base, with the adaptor locked inside the main column. Once this assembly is upright on the base, one person can hold it place, while the other screws the first two bolts into the base. Once the first two are are in, you can pull the pin that locks the column to the adaptor, so it can rotate, giving you access to the other bolt holes. One thing to watch out for is that the adaptor holes are not evenly spaced, so there is only one alignment of the adaptor to the base that actually works. Before raising the umbrella, make sure you know how it needs to lines up, and mark it with a piece of masking tape so that you can get the right alignment once it's positioned on the base. It takes at least two pretty strong people to do this, and preferably at least one should be tall.
Date published: 2020-10-31
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Does the base have wheels?

Asked by: Bobbie1751
Thank you for your interest in our Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The base on this umbrella does not have wheels.
Answered by: SB Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-10-11

Can I buy separately a second base for the Altuna cantilever umbrella? I’d like to be able to move the umbrella/shade from one side of the yard/ pool to the other. 

Asked by: Abixf
Thank you for your interest in our Altura Cantilever Umbrella. We apologize, the base to this item is not sold separately.
Answered by: SB Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-09-17

Is the size of your 13' model, 13 square feet?

Asked by: Brian25
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The 13' is square.
Answered by: CHFrontgate Service
Date published: 2020-09-17

What are the size and thread count of bolt that attaches the pole to the base?

Asked by: Rick123456789
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. This bolt measures 1-7/8"L x 1/4" diameter and medium thread.
Answered by: JCFrontgateService
Date published: 2020-10-21

How much does the entire umbrella weigh INCLUDING the pavers? Thank you. 

Asked by: CTinNYC
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. When fully assembled this umbrella weighs over 400 lbs.
Answered by: RL Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-09-09

How does the umbrella rotate 360 degrees? The video only shows it opening and all the photos show in the same position. Will I be able to use it to shade a dining table on one side, then rotate it in the opposite direction to shade a corner sofa group?

Asked by: Tammy1785
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The entire top of this umbrella rotates 360 degrees in the base.
Answered by: RL Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-09-09

How many feet Of clearance do you need in front of Umbrella to open and close?

Asked by: Richard BC
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. We would recommend 13' of clearance in front of the base for opening and closing this umbrella.
Answered by: JCFrontgateService
Date published: 2020-08-12

What is the tallest point the edge of the 11.5” umbrella gets when in the process of opening. I plan to have this under a pergola that is 11 feet tall so it’s important to know. 

Asked by: Jeff A
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The tallest part of this umbrella at any point is approximately 116"H.
Answered by: JCFrontgateService
Date published: 2020-08-12

In the case of the 13'x 11', which number is the width and which one is the length?  Does the top rotates in addition to the base?  thanks.

Asked by: Gabriela Militello
Thank you for your interest in our Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The 13' side is by the mast and it extends out 10'. The top does not rotate, the hardware connecting the top to the pole will rotate.
Answered by: CHFrontgate Service
Date published: 2020-08-11

Im looking at a very large umbrella for out door 13 ft L. what is a paver? I see it is needed for the umbrella but it does come with a base. what is the lead time? Thnk u!!!

Asked by: Studio JS
Thank you for your interest in our Altura Cantilever Umbrella. A paver is a concrete square that would need to be purchased locally. The umbrella does come with a base, the paver stones get inserted into the base. The lead time will depend on the size and color chosen.
Answered by: SB Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-12-21

Hi, is the width of the shade (perpendicular to the pole) 13' or the length (parallel to the shade) 13'? Thanks!

Asked by: Loul
Thank you for your interest in our Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The 13' side is by the mast and it extends out 10'.
Answered by: SB Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-08-07

Pin that keeps the umbrella in place is stuck in place. Because pin is stuck I can't swivel the umbrella to install base screws. How do I get the pin unstuck?

Asked by: dkny317
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. Please contact our Product Specialist Department at 800-537-8484 and they can assist you further.
Answered by: SB Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-09-08

Do you sell wheels for this or suggest a way to mount wheels on the base?

Asked by: Ali oops
Thank you for your interest in our Altura Cantilever Umbrella. This item is not designed to have wheels.
Answered by: SB Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-08-07

I am replacing an umbrella in that after one year the cord broke. Can you tell me the type of cord used in your 10x13 Altum cantilever umbrella, and how long you expect it to last?

Asked by: westy6168
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. Please contact our Product Specialist Department at 800-537-8484 and they can assist you further.
Answered by: SB Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-08-07

What is the height of the pole for the Altera canopy umbrella?

Asked by: Sally C
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The pole measures 10'H.
Answered by: JCFrontgateService
Date published: 2020-08-01

The Altura Cantilever Umbrella is perfect - with one exception. Do you plan to offer a 10' x 10' canopy in the future? Right now the 10x13 and the 11.5 x 11.5 sizes are just too big for our townhouse deck while a 10x10 makes for a perfect shade shape.

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. We apologize; at this time, we do not offer a 10' square size option. However, we welcome you to check our website in the spring for any new outdoor items.
Answered by: JCFrontgateService
Date published: 2020-08-01

Is the fabric water resistant?

Asked by: Jim Eg
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. This is water resistant. However, it should be closed during inclement weather.
Answered by: CHFrontgate Service
Date published: 2020-07-31

Is there a nice acrylic cover for the base that is filled with the pavers? Can you purchase it separately?

Asked by: Meganbrown79
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. We apologize; we do not currently offer a cover for the base of this umbrella.
Answered by: JCFrontgateService
Date published: 2020-07-29

Any idea when retail stores will be re-opening? I live near the outlet in West Chester, Ohio and I'd love to know if I can find an Altura Cantilever Umbrella there at a discounted price.

Asked by: LBSH
Thank you for your interest in our Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The West Chester outlet is currently open.
Answered by: SB Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-07-29

Can the Altura Cantilever umbrellas be installed with an in-ground base?

Asked by: Mitch V
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. This item is not made to be mounted in-ground. Using the base in any other way would void the warranty.
Answered by: MSFrontgate Service
Date published: 2020-07-29

What is the length of the top arm for the 13' umbrella? What are th dimensions of the base? Thank you!

Asked by: John1821
Thank you for your interest in our Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The top is 155.4" and the base is 33.66" sq. X 5.63" H.
Answered by: SB Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-07-29

Are there any photos of the teak version? If you get the teak version, is the base teak as well? Thanks!

Asked by: Jk129
Thank you for your interest in our Altura Cantilever Umbrella. Regretfully, we do not have any photos available showing the Endura Teak Frame, the base is the same for both frame options.
Answered by: SB Frontgate Service
Date published: 2020-07-29

Does the base weight come with the Kit.

Asked by: JohnThomas
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The base is included, the pavers are not.
Answered by: CHFrontgate Service
Date published: 2020-07-09

I love the cantilever umbrella but do you offer it in a 9 ft x 9 ft?

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. We do apologize, this is not available in 9' X 9'.
Answered by: CHFrontgate Service
Date published: 2020-07-07

What are the dimensions of the base?

Asked by: Damonh
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The base of this umbrella is approximately 33.7" sq. x 5.6"H.
Answered by: MSFrontgate Service
Date published: 2020-06-26

What are the size of the pavers to weight down the base?  And how many are needed?

Asked by: Eloynaz
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The base requires twelve 16" x 16" pavers (not included) to stabilize.
Answered by: MSFrontgate Service
Date published: 2020-07-19

What are the dimensions of the base?

Asked by: Denise54
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The base of this umbrella is approximately 33.7" sq. x 5.6"H.
Answered by: MSFrontgate Service
Date published: 2020-10-25

How is the 10x13' rectangular umbrella oriented? Is the base oriented on the 13' side or on the 10' side?

Asked by: jlope
Thank you for your interest in our Altura Cantilever Umbrella, the base will be on the 13' side for better stability.
Answered by: JLFrontgateService
Date published: 2020-06-25

Is the base weighted or needs to be filled with sand?

Asked by: Michelle man
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. The base requires twelve 16" x 16" pavers (not included) to stabilize.
Answered by: JCFrontgateService
Date published: 2020-07-09

What is the size of the pavers needed for the base for the altura cantilever.

Asked by: Eloynaz
Thank you for your interest in the Altura Cantilever Umbrella. This item requires twelve 16" x 16" pavers (not included).
Answered by: JLFrontgateService
Date published: 2020-06-23
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