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The 8' Sport-Brella protects you from the sun, wind, and rain. It is lined with a UPF 50+ undercoating that blocks harmful UVA and UVB rays. Durable center pole has a built-in auger tip to easily anchor into most surfaces and adjusts for maximum shade. Zippered windows allow air to flow through and prevent umbrella from blowing away. -slickdewmaster

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*EDIT* We have the XL version. This would have been too small for our family, but probably good for a family of three or less. */EDIT*

We're on our second of these umbrellas in 12 years, bought after the top of the first one failed after 10 years due to high winds, rust, and extensive use.

This thing is a beast at the beach and does great in high winds, but mostly because we use the guylines that support it. You really need to set it up right.

It fit my family of five under it when later back until my kids hit puberty. Now we need to stand it up to all fit.

I've regularly had other people at the beach come up and ask where I got it because they see how quick it is to set up and put down, even with the guylines.

In another five or six years I expect this one to fail and I'll get another one, unless something better comes along.

Hope this helps.
My biggest complaint is the center pole is too thin so it doesn't anchor the greatest and it bends easy. Once the bottom part of the pole bends, it's a nightmare trying to get it to slide in and out of the other.

On the plus side, you only have to use it once for it to be worth the money compared to renting at the beach!
We have 4 of these (maybe ours are the XL version) but they are maybe 10yrs old or older, so perhaps they have changed over the years (probably 10 uses per year). But our pole is def not like that....maybe it's the terrain. We use ours on fine sandy beach, but if we really want it to stay put, and upright, we separate bottom piece and hammer it into sand separately. Then we attach top.

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*EDIT* We have the XL version. This would have been too small for our family, but probably good for a family of three or less. */EDIT*

We're on our second of these umbrellas in 12 years, bought after the top of the first one failed after 10 years due to high winds, rust, and extensive use.

This thing is a beast at the beach and does great in high winds, but mostly because we use the guylines that support it. You really need to set it up right.

It fit my family of five under it when later back until my kids hit puberty. Now we need to stand it up to all fit.

I've regularly had other people at the beach come up and ask where I got it because they see how quick it is to set up and put down, even with the guylines.

In another five or six years I expect this one to fail and I'll get another one, unless something better comes along.

Hope this helps.
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I have one. I don't recommend. Waste of money.
Why? Could you elaborate?
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Get a couple screw in anchors to make it work better in the wind. Overall a great purchase to watch your kid play soccer in a heavy rain while staying dry.
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We love ours for years. Great product.
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Got all excited, then read the reviews on Amazon and they are mostly terrible. Apparently the quality of this version is very low. Too bad, I have had my eyes on these for years. Back to wrestling with the camp tarp I guess.
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Why? Could you elaborate?
My biggest complaint is the center pole is too thin so it doesn't anchor the greatest and it bends easy. Once the bottom part of the pole bends, it's a nightmare trying to get it to slide in and out of the other.

On the plus side, you only have to use it once for it to be worth the money compared to renting at the beach!
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My biggest complaint is the center pole is too thin so it doesn't anchor the greatest and it bends easy. Once the bottom part of the pole bends, it's a nightmare trying to get it to slide in and out of the other.

On the plus side, you only have to use it once for it to be worth the money compared to renting at the beach!
We have 4 of these (maybe ours are the XL version) but they are maybe 10yrs old or older, so perhaps they have changed over the years (probably 10 uses per year). But our pole is def not like that....maybe it's the terrain. We use ours on fine sandy beach, but if we really want it to stay put, and upright, we separate bottom piece and hammer it into sand separately. Then we attach top.
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Okay I need a campers opinion on this, somebody good at anchoring these kinds of things down. I had a different style beach thing like this but it was a real bitch to pack away (you get good at it but no one else with you will be able to) and the wind at the beach was a monster with this.
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This is Wirecutter's 2020 recommended pick for beach umbrella.
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Okay I need a campers opinion on this, somebody good at anchoring these kinds of things down. I had a different style beach thing like this but it was a real bitch to pack away (you get good at it but no one else with you will be able to) and the wind at the beach was a monster with this.
It's pretty easy to pack away. It's a big long pole. The XL we have is about 6 feet long packed and maybe 4 inches wide.

Our family uses an xl regularly. They are great and the reality is somewhere between the positive and negative reviews above. We are on our 3rd one. I have had to replace them about every two years. That's with maybe 2-3 weeks of use a year.

You can bend the pole if you get too aggressive trying to get it deep in the sand. Really bad winds will mess it up too but it can handle more than untethered umbrellas. The zippers rust after some time.

That said - they are really fast and work really well most of the time. They also provide decent privacy if you need it- blocking 3 sides. I would say the XL can handle two adults and two small children with small chairs.
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I'm on year 4 or 5 of owning mine, probably 15 beach trips a year. It's a beast and works great. I had a few blow-away umbrellas initially when not setting up correctly after some strong gusts, but after figuring it out properly in soft sand, I can't go without one to the beach, especially at this price. Massively recommended. Not sure how they fare in grass or otherwise as others have mentioned soccer games, but in beach sand? Top notch.
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Amazon has two models. Is this new Model?
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