Messina Umbrella Ø270 659 eur
Designed by Skagerak Design
A striped umbrella is the definition of summer by the sea and family gatherings in the garden. Built from long-lasting materials and with a classic design, Messina will protect you from the sun and guide you comfortably through hot summer days for many years to come.
Fabric / Dark Blue Stripes
ØxH: 270x250 cm
Pole Ø: 3,8 cm
Item no. 1910137
PackagingWxDxH: 17x251x17 cm
Weight: 12 kg
- Material & product care
Proper usage and maintenance
The fabric is treated to make it water and dirt repellent. Be aware that the fabric is not waterproof.
Cleaning and maintenance
If the fabric becomes dirty, try to remove the dirt with a brush or damp cloth. Washing in a machine is not recommended.
Note: You can always buy a replacement parasol fabric from your Skagerak dealer.
During winter it is advisable to store the parasol fabric in an unheated room such as a garage or cellar. To avoid marks and stains it is important to ensure that the fabric is completely dry before storing.
Important: Only umbrellas with a maximum size of 270 cm can be placed in the center hole of tables.
Kapur is commonly found in Southeast Asia. The Skagerak Kapur comes from Indonesia and is FSC 100% certified.
Kapur is a strong, durable type of wood – making it the perfect choice for parasol poles.
Use soapy water and wipe with a dry cloth or use suitable furniture cleaner for outdoor use.
The parasol pole has been lacquered. The wood comes in a variety of warm colors and patinates very little as time goes by because of the treated surface. It is important that the parasol is fitted with a stabile stand in an umbrella foot to prevent damages on the pole. Always make sure the chosen size of parasol is compatible with the strength and weight of the umbrella foot. All Skagerak umbrellas larger than size Ø270, including size 270x270, require an umbrella foot of minimum 50 kg.
Note: Regarding item number S1910130 Catania Umbrella Ø270: Remember to retighten the metal joint on the parasol pole from time to time; making sure the two parts are not loosening up as this will damage the brackets and increase the risk of tilting.
During the winter it is advisable to store the parasol in an unheated room such as a garage or cellar. However it is possible to leave the parasol outside all year round if using a cover.