Days at the beach are no fun (or safe) if there’s no shade to relax under away from the harsh sun. Get some serious shade on a scorching day with a Daytripper Umbrella from Beachkit.
The 210cm canopy is made from a mildew resistant, reverse silver coated oxford polyester. It’s also got a UPF50+ rating that’s tested by ARPANSA and will block out at least 98% of harmful UV rays. Featuring two-piece anodised rust-resistant poles, and a self-anchoring auger that locks into the sand to help prevent your shade from blowing away.
This umbrella also has a vented top to help keep it sturdy in breezy conditions. If the sun changes direction, you can just adjust the canopy using the three-position tilt feature for shade at all times of the day. Keep you and your pals out of the harsh sun at the beach with a Daytripper Umbrella from Beachkit.
Mildew resistant canopy with silver reverse coating
UPF50+ rating tested by ARPANSA to block out at least 98% of UV rays
Vented top to help keep is sturdy in breeze
Anodised two-piece rust-resistant poles
Self-anchoring auger that locks into sand
Matching shoulder carry bag included
3 position tilt feature
210cm of coverage
210L x 210W x 219H cm
127L x 12W x 7H cm
Max. Head Height:
Approx 180 cm
420D Oxford Polyester | UPF50+
Anodised Aluminium Pole | Fibreglass Ribs
Can this umbrella be used in a stand as well as on the beach?1 answer
I'd like to also have this on our deck in an umbrella stand but there are no pictures of the pole etc. (same goes for the other beach umbrellas on your site too). Thanks
Sarah - Brighton(4 years ago)
The Daytripper Umbrella is really designed for use at the beach or park as it has a screw thread in the bottom. They're not really designed for use in a stand as the bottom isn't flat. You could theoretically use it in a stand, but you might need to modify your stand to make it work, and you'd do so at your own risk obviously.