AugBrella Beach Umbrella Sand Anchor Holder
- LIFETIME RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY!
- MADE IN THE USA PATENT PENDING.
- Rust Proof Beach Umbrella Anchor
- Light weight. Weighs less than 2 lbs.
- Goes deep enough to work in super soft sand.
- Works with most umbrellas from .75″ poles up to 1.6″ poles.
You have tried the rest, now own the best beach umbrella anchor! This is not the cheapest umbrella anchor on the market for a reason. Our umbrella anchor will actually hold your umbrella in place at the beach and it is the last one you will have to buy. Now available in White, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Red and Orange! AugBrella is a commercial grade super heavy duty beach umbrella anchor that will keep your umbrella firmly planted in the sand wherever you put it. The high strength auger will keep your umbrella from taking lift off while at the beach sand or in your own back yard.
If your umbrella already has a cheap plastic “screw” at the end of the bottom pole, you will need to remove it if you plan on using a good quality beach umbrella anchor.
Don’t compare the AugBrella to the cheap imitations. Many of the all plastic beach umbrella augers are priced cheap, but as you know, you get what you pay for. Simply browse some reviews online and you will soon see how long some of the lesser quality products on the market last.
You can now use what beach rental companies use to secure their umbrellas. There is not a better beach umbrella anchor for loose sand period. The AugBrella is great for use in your back yard as well. It can be used almost anywhere there is soil. Try us at events such as golf outings, concerts, trade shows, or any other event where you may be looking to plant an umbrella without having a stand in the way or where the ground is uneven.
Made in USA
Our products are American made and engineered to last. This AugBrella is 31″ tall and has a military grade auger w/stainless steel fasteners. Can be used with umbrellas from .75″ up to 1.5″ diameter poles (Patio Style). Note: Not recommended for hard soils like clay or rocky soil.
Don’t let this happen to your umbrella or to you. See this Washington Post story on a flying umbrella.
See some of our umbrellas here.