What to know before you buy Kookaburra Water Resistant Sun Sail Shade Canopy
Perfect party sail shade for providing cool shelter in the garden UPF34 Blocks over 96.5 of harmful rays - certified Lightweight, water resistant fabric is ideal for short term outdoor use High density polyester 140gsm UV stabilised 2 year manufacturer's warranty as standard
Do you know what is the superiority of this Kookaburra Water Resistant Sun Sail Shade Canopy?
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 UPF34 making these sail shades near impenetrable by sunlight. More than 96.5 of harmful UV rays are blocked out as a result. Beautiful, useful and festive, perfect for adding decoration whilst bringing a little comfort to those few but glorious hot, hazy days outside. Our 140G sail shades are lightweight, water resistant and ideal for short term outdoor use. Installation and Accessories Fix to walls, trees, fences, posts with our easy attachment accessories, or purchase one of our poles Install at an angle to ensure rainwater runs off. Each shade sail comes with 1.5m of nylon rope per corner. So 3 x 1.5m for the triangles and 4 x 1.5m for the square and rectangle. Other installation accessories are NOT included Please note: Colours shown in the pictures are subject to light. You will only get one sail, not multiple as may be pictured. Due to the nature of the sail, the edges curve when installed so that will alter the surface area covered. If you're looking to cover a specific sized area, please bear this in mind. Features – Easy to install – Nylon rope is included
Customer reviewsjumping from the rooftop, brb
well they tried to warn me that it was a temporary-use device but i didn't listen. I'm mean its alright in quality, i guess, but my main problem is that it is not a right triangle. from the pictures it does not really tell you that this sail is an isosceles triangle. i assumed it was a right triangle so i was going to use it along a 90 degree intersection on my porch. wrong, won't work. so now I'm wondering what to do with this i was thinking i might try to use it to hang glide from the top of my house. i checked my insurance coverage and I'm up to date so i'm off to give that a try with my gopro... brb