Screw In Pole Base

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  • The easiest way to create a solid base
  • No digging or concrete required
  • Unscrew to remove and re-position
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Product Details

The base simply screws into the ground to provide rock solid support for garden parasols, rotary dryers, bird feeders, flags and is great for outdoor activities e.g.

badminton and swing-ball.

Simply use the turn rod (included) to spiral the screw deep into the ground, then drop your pole (suitable for poles with a diameter from 2.5cm to 5.5cm - 1in to 2ins) into the base and tighten the knobs.

Can be unscrewed and moved around as required.

With rust resistant zinc plating the base is 56cm (22ins) long.

In stock orders are normally delivered within 7-10 days using a tracked courier service. New working practices in our warehouse and courier networks means it may take us a little longer to deliver your parcel than usual. We deliver to the UK. Regrettably we cannot deliver to the Channel Islands and the Republic of Ireland. Please note our Customer Services opening times are 9am - 5:30pm, Monday - Friday.
Reviews (92)
"Great Bit Of Kit"
By Anonymous , 13 May 2020
Bought this to relocate my large rotary washing line and it has worked a treat. Very sturdy and stable and my washing line is now upright.
By Kenneth Middleton , 10 May 2020
Satisfactory product, easily installed.
Excellent service.
Thank you.
"Easy To Use"
By les m hopkinson , 10 May 2020
ordered it for my mother-in-law, she had a rotary clothes line but could put it into the tube in the ground due to being damaged by the lawn mower. installed it in less that 5 minutes. very sturdy
"It’S Ok"
By Rebecca Horton , 08 May 2020
Went into the ground easily but the screws to hold the washing line in place aren’t overly secure. Have to be tightened each use.
By heather , 07 May 2020
longer than most bought in shops therefore more practical
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