Looking to buy a parasol for your back garden? Whether you are looking for a cheap yet cheerful option or the best parasol you can buy, this one we've found at Amazon ticks all our boxes. And, most importantly, it can be delivered fast. Now only £43.99, it's a bargain buy.
The Sekey Garden Parasol comes in your choice of cream or brown, and it's easy to pop up as well as put away. Made from durable iron and boasting six sturdy heavy-duty ribs, this parasol is built to last. With a simple crank system, all you need to do is push, lift and crank the umbrella into your desired position to shade you from the sun. It even has a button to make it tilt so that no matter where the sun is, you won't feel it. Offering great ventilation and a safety belt, it has a wind outlet at the top for stability purposes. For practicality, ease of use and style reasons, we love this parasol.
See this bargain parasol below and click to buy from Amazon in time for delivery before the heatwave.
Sekey Garden Parasol | £43.99 at Amazon
This garden parasol measures 200cm by 125cm and it has a shade height of 235cm. It has a rod diameter of 32mm, and the material is made from 100 per cent polyester. Be sure to cover it when not in use. For the base, you'll need something that's filled with either sand or water.View Deal
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What else to buy for your garden, ready for the heatwave?
Buying more heatwave essentials? If you'll be spending lots of time in your garden this weekend soaking up the sun, you should probably invest in a BBQ or pizza oven, should you not already have one – because no one likes to cook inside when it's hot outside. That and a patio heater or fire pit for when the temperature inevitably drops come 11pm, and maybe even a hot tub – turn the heater off and enjoy cold bubbles. See more deals below.
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