Item 8160 grey
Modern parasol with frame in a titanium finish and tilt mechanism
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*The cover has excellent UV protection. The textile material is tested for the permeability of harmful UV radiation under defined conditions. The protective effect is expressed by the UPF (Ultraviolet Protection Factor). The higher the factor, the better the protective effect. | The material test was carried out in accordance with the test procedure of AS/NZS 4399:2017. | The UV protection factor (UPF) indicates how much longer the user of items with UV protection or the wearer of UV protective clothing can stay in the sun without suffering skin damage. The calculation is based on the skin's own protection time, which varies according to skin type. There are 6 different skin types. | Skin type I is particularly sensitive. It is characterized by very fair, extremely sensitive skin, light eyes, reddish-blond hair and very often freckles. Skin type I never tans and gets sunburned very quickly. | Skin type II is characterized by light, sensitive skin, blue, gray, green or brown eyes, blond to brown hair and often freckles. Skin type II tans hardly to moderately and often gets sunburned. | Skin Type III has fair to light brown skin, gray or brown eyes and dark blond to brown hair. Freckles are rare. Skin type III tans faster than skin type II. | Skin type IV has light brown, olive skin, brown to dark brown eyes and dark brown hair. Skin type IV tans quickly. | Skin type V has dark brown skin, dark brown eyes and dark brown to black hair. | Skin type VI has dark brown to black skin, dark brown eyes and black hair. | Skin type should be determined by a dermatologist. | Further information is available at: www.bfs.de/EN| A UPF of e.g. 50 means that the user can extend their time spent in the sun by a factor of fifty without provoking skin damage. The dwell time depends on the skin types described above.