excellent poles. worth the money.
If you need an additional attachment point for your sail shade, a sail shade pole is ideal. Made from galvanised steel, our poles consist of a 4mm steel wall, a 48mm diameter and a height of 4m. Each pole comes ready with 1 hole and a plastic end cap. You will also receive an eye bolt, two nuts and two spring washers ready to use with our sail shades. Simply insert the eye bolt into the pole, using the nuts and washers and attach your sail shade. It's possible to drill a second hole to enable you to attach a secondary sail shade if required for an array.The poles can be concreted into the ground, securely fixing the pole. They can be painted to match the colour of your sail shade.
Sail Shade Poles only available if purchased with a sail shade. Please note: the pole is galvanised - appearances may vary.
Note: priced per pole
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By purchasing another eyebolt kit, you can fasten an extra sail shade onto your pole. You can create interesting and different shapes using two sail shades, whilst also providing a larger area of shade.
The sleeve can be inserted directly into the ground, or into a concrete footing for extra strength. The sail pole simply drops into the sleeve and lifts out.
This product will provide you with a manual means of creating five inch diameter post holes. The auger has a smaller locating screw, making it easier to start the hole.
Reviewed Tuesday, 26 July 2016
"Unfortunately the poles are covered in plastic wrapping tape which makes the simple task of painting them a nightmare!!"
Reviewed Sunday, 29 May 2016
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 May 2016
Reviewed Wednesday, 20 April 2016
"Used primrose numerous times now Always a very quick delivery service and products always good quality. Would highly recommend"
Reviewed Wednesday, 6 April 2016
Reviewed Tuesday, 16 June 2015
Reviewed Monday, 20 April 2015
Reviewed Friday, 6 February 2015
"excellent poles. worth the money."
Reviewed Tuesday, 28 October 2014
"quality look great - waiting for pole holder to be installed"
Reviewed Thursday, 21 August 2014