Savannah
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Savannah Cantilever Umbrella

Savannah 350/380 Octagonal, 330 Square & 400 x 300 Rectangular

Savannah features a number of design improvements including a drop down bracket on the umbrella hub for LED light attachment. Most importantly, Savannah introduces O’bravia™ Solution dyed canvas to our range – it is a fabric that has legendary fade resist properties, exceeded only by Sunbrella acrylic. Savannah has an impressive oval section mast and a 360 degree rotate (with foot lock), press button tilt lock, crank lift opening and resin base options.

Regis

Features Video

Specifications

Savannah 350 380 330 400
300
Shape icon-shape icon-shape icon-shape icon-shape
Area (square metre) 9.2m2 11m2 10.9m2 12m2
Mast Oval 95 x 65mm
Frame Graphite Powdercoated
Opening Winder System
Tilt Variable to 25º
Open Diameter 350cm 380cm 330cm 400cm
300cm
Mast Height 264cm 274cm 274cm 278cm
Under Edge Clearance 204cm* 204cm* 204cm* 204cm*
*Plus 20cm with Resin Base
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Colours

O’bravia™ Fabrics

  • Swatch - Black
    Black
  • Swatch - Black
    Cobalt Blue
  • Swatch - Camel
    Eggshell
  • Swatch - Black
    Natural
  • Swatch - Navy
    Mocha
  • Swatch - Ecru Natural
    Jockey Red
  • Swatch - Platinum
    Platinum
  • Swatch - Sand
    Sand

Installation

Can be mounted using any one of the following options:

Ballast block frame (included). Six ballast blocks required (seperate purchase), recommended total weight 90kg.

On Ground Base Plate (included). To be secured to concrete slab or column.

Extra Large Resin Base

Large Resin Base (optional purchase). To be filled with sand or blue metal ballast.

Extra Large Wheeled Resin Base (optional purchase). Wheels extend or retract to make moving on patio easy; to be filled with sand or blue metal ballast.

Extra Large Resin Base

Installation Video

Wind Tunnel Test

Please note: Wind tunnel tests were conducted at Monash University for research and development purposes.  Shelta Australia does not guarantee that featured umbrellas will withstand specific wind speeds. To avoid damage to the frame always close the umbrella in windy weather or when unattended. The tilting feature should be used with care and the canopy should be returned to horizontal if the umbrella is buffeted by gusts of wind.

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