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Kookaburra Shade Sails - Protects you from the sun all day long
Woven shade sails are the most effective sail shades for offering maximum UV protection. The ultra-tight weave of the fabric has been independently tested to UPF50+ making these sail shades near impenetrable by sunlight.More than 98% of harmful UV rays are blocked out as a result.In warmer climates, sail shades are designed with small holes in the weave to allow hot air to escape and to keep it from getting too warm underneath the sail. However, with the British climate generally cooler than many countries and more prone to showers, a tighter weave is ideal. You can enjoy maximum UV protection and shelter from the rain without worrying about being uncomfortably warm beneath your sail shade.
This shade sail is available in these colours. Click on the name below to view it in specific colour.
"Use it over the sidedoor, allows me to stand in the dry while toilet training my new puppy"
Reviewed Monday, 22 February 2016
"Very good quality. quite simple to erect."
Reviewed Wednesday, 20 May 2015
Reviewed Friday, 15 August 2014
"good quality product at a reasonable price, you get wot it says on the label"
Reviewed Thursday, 14 August 2014
"Excellent finish, you must read the instructions for correct installation because the actual size is smaller than the size given - goes to stated size when correctly tensioned"
Reviewed Friday, 18 July 2014
"Became out of stock after ordering, were delays in it becoming available but we were kept informed by email."
"So far so good! Fitted well and good quality."
Reviewed Wednesday, 30 April 2014
"Nice quality sail shade.
They must be secured correctly though, otherwise your neighbour might be wondering what has landed in their trees."
Reviewed Wednesday, 16 April 2014
"The product was exactly as described and looks very impressive."
Reviewed Thursday, 13 March 2014
"Have not used yet, but item looks good quality and value for money"
Reviewed Monday, 13 January 2014