LIFEGUARD CHAIR AND UMBRELLA
LIFEGUARD CHAIR AND UMBRELLA
The Lifeguard Chair is maintenance-free and made from recycled milk containers. It never needs painting or staining. Has no straps to replace and will not rot, splinter, or rust. It is resistant to salt water and can be left out year-round. All fasteners are stainless steel. It floats – use it pool side without worry! Sturdy construction — lasts for years. Tough, non-absorbent surface that cleans easily. Contoured design permits comfortable seating without a cushion...AND IT’S GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT! Available in white. Comes with umbrella.
• Dimensions: 30”L x 29”W x 51”H
• Weight = 62 lbs.
• Seat Height - 30"
• Dimensions: 6’ Diameter x 6’ 10”
• Length x 1 1/8” Pole Diameter
Delivery Cost is $94.00 for the first chair. And $39.00 for each additional chair. On large quantity of lifeguard chairs, please give 2-3 weeks delivery.
For outside the continental United States, orders take 2-3 weeks to be delivered and shipping price varies depending on the country, size and quantity. Please contact Lifeguard Master for a quote.
Sale Price: $589.95
Selecting a good Lifeguard Umbrella
Your lifeguard umbrella will typically go in a public swimming pool, lake or beach. You want the best possible umbrella for your facility. There are a few things to consider when selecting your umbrella.
The umbrella must be weather durable. The umbrella will be outside for a long period of time. So you want one that will withstand the elements of wind, rain, ocean water (if its by the ocean), and chlorine water (if its by a pool).
The umbrella must also have an adjustable tilting action. Every umbrella must be able to tilt and move with the sun. Most lifeguard umbrellas come with a tilting action anyway. Still, it is good to double check before selecting your umbrella.
The umbrella must have a UV protection. Believe it or not, it can get hot even under the shade of an ordinary umbrella. So it may be a good idea for the lifeguard umbrella to have some kind of UV protection.
Lifeguard umbrellas must be able to last. Some umbrellas can get pricy. Especially when buying more than one. So you don’t want to keep replacing these. You want these to last. You want an umbrella that will last year after year through whatever elements.
Wind proof umbrellas. Believe it or not there are wind proof lifeguard umbrellas out there. These wind proof umbrellas have a double layer sheet, and wind is able to pass through them. You may not want to go over board and get one that is 100% wind proof. But at least ask how this umbrella does in the high winds.
You also want an umbrella with a warranty. Most come with a 1 year warranty. This is very good because this guarantees the supplier to stand by their umbrella for 12 long months. So check for this. And make sure it has this.
And maybe the most important reason a good umbrella is needed because you want your lifeguard to be as comfortable as possible while he or she is on duty. While the lifeguard is on duty, he or she must be able to concentrate on the water and not on making him or herself comfortable or any other distractions. And these other distractions include worrying about whether or not the umbrella will fall apart or blow away. And you don’t want the lifeguard to be too hot while on duty. All these can be avoided in just picking a good lifeguard umbrella.
Above you will find a great selection of the most widely used umbrellas in the industry.