Screw In Pole Base

£9.99
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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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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.

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In stock orders are normally delivered within 5 working days using a tracked courier service. 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.
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Reviews (74)
"*****"
By , 08 Nov 2018
when these soil spikes will be available?
I would like to order 2
"So Easy To Install"
By , 04 Sep 2018
Very pleased with the spike. So easy to screw into the lawn and very stable.
"Gardening Use For These"
By , 24 Jul 2018
I have successfully used these to support poles and wires for my raspberries. Works very well.
"Spike"
By , 19 Jul 2018
The spike is easy to use, saves carrying the water filled base and makes life easier.
"Screw In Pole Base"
By , 11 Jul 2018
Recommended by a friend I found this to be well made and ideal for putting a parasol in.
The box was damaged on arrival and further inspection revealed the bar to screw the base in the ground was bent this is a substantial piece of metal and must have had some special treatment in transit but then it was Hermes.
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