Basil Bangs range of bigger outdoor umbrellas has̴ been designed for robust outdoor use.
Ideal for residential and commercial settings, use the Go Large umbrella on your patio, verandah, cafe or restaurant.
Jonathan Zawada has partnered with Basil Bangs to design two outstanding prints for our range. Referencing Zawada’s interest in nature, data and gaming, the prints also draw on his childhood memories of sitting on the sand playing beneath big stripy umbrellas. The Australian artist and designer has a cult following among graphic designers and music aficionados, and is well known for his work with Modular Records, Ksubi and brands such as Herman Miller and Nike.
Limited Edition artwork by Jonathan Zawada for Basil Bangs
Lightweight anodised aluminium pole and frame
Easy-to-use rope & pin mechanism for speedy opening and closing
Printed high-tensile outdoor canvas
50+ UPF fabric
Reinforced stitching in critical areas for improved durability
Removable canopy for easy cleaning
Size: 2.8m Octagonal
Total Height: 2.6m
Open canopy clearance: 2m
Closed canopy clearance: 1m
Weight (unboxed): 9.5kg
How to use your Go Large umbrella
Do not leave umbrella open when unattended.
Umbrella should be closed in adverse weather conditions.
Always secure your umbrella to an appropriate base.
If using a mobile base, ensure enough weight is applied to the base eg. sand bags or weight bags (taking into account the weather conditions).
Any modifications to your umbrella may invalidate the warranty.
Hose frame with water periodically (more frequently if you live in a salty or industrial environment).
The canopy can be washed with warm soapy water to remove marks.
Do not used bleach based detergents to clean the canopy.
Make sure umbrella is dry and clean prior to storing away for extended periods of time to prevent mould from developing.
Be careful when closing the umbrella to ensure that the canopy does not get caught or“pinched”by the umbrella arms.This is particularly important before storing the umbrella away for extended periods of time or if the umbrella is to be laid horizontally for storage. Damage to the fabric caused by “pinching” is not covered by warranty.
Inspect the installation fitting/base on a regular basis and tighten as necessary.