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Sport-Brella Versa-Brella SPF 50+ Adjustable Umbrella w/ Universal Clamp (XL) EXPIRED

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Midnight blue color only.

Temporarily out of stock but can be ordered still.

This XL version rarely goes for less than $28-30, and hasn't been under $20 since summer 2018. . The target use is chairs and water activities (beach/boat), but these are amazing for strollers and wagons.
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I work outside, and this thing has been a life saver. You can mount it to about anything and angle it however you need to protect from rain or sun. Highly recommended for anyone working outside and needing adjustable protection.
Dick's umbrella is just as good IMO and only $7.
https://www.dickssportinggoods.co...la%20clamp

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I was intrigued, seemed like numerous use cases.
But sorting reviews by most recent shows slew of mediocre feedback.
Still tempted by YMMV
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I work outside, and this thing has been a life saver. You can mount it to about anything and angle it however you need to protect from rain or sun. Highly recommended for anyone working outside and needing adjustable protection.
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Good for a golf push cart??
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Interesting idea. I especially like the idea of using this with strollers! Ughhhh... tempting.
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I was intrigued, seemed like numerous use cases.
But sorting reviews by most recent shows slew of mediocre feedback.
Still tempted by YMMV
I have two of them. They're made pretty well and do their job. Just don't expect them to be heavy duty or hold up in high wind. They're perfect for tailgating.
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Out of stock but was able to still order.
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Good for a golf push cart??
Looks to be too small...
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This looks like the same shape as my Senz Storm Umbrella but this one has a clamp. Do you think would work on my bicycle?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2mmpDnskCs
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I have the Sport-Brella regular chair and the lounge chair both w/ the umbrella and people who made fun of the umbrella at first quickly became jealous after baking in the sun...

I just (back-)ordered 2 of these.

As a side note, having an umbrella on the chair helped my GF get her 15yrs old dog back to her car after she suffered a seizure attack at the beach and allowed her to slowly walk and rest her dog in the shade as she slowly made her way back to her car - dog is fine by the way.

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I would buy it if it came with a chair.
it can/does...

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=sportb...ss_sc_5_12
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I have this umbrella and it's great. Toddler tricycle, wagon, picnic table....it attaches everywhere!
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I've owned two of these. They're great umbrellas for specific uses such as a beach chair or stroller. We use one on a wheelchair for providing shade at things like amusement parks and ballgames. The clamp and and elbow allows for TONS of adjustments.

To give the cons, it is fairly small (this is actually a pro in our case because we can still navigate crowds). Think of it as about the size of covering a jogging stroller. The bigger con is that these are definitely not "heavy duty". While they are well constructed and feel high quality, it's not going to hold up to major winds. More importantly, I wouldn't trust it for significant everyday use. Someone mentioned using it on their bike, I'd say definitely not.

Anyhow, just wanted to give my experience, enjoy!
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