Open Thread: Belavi 10′ Offset Umbrella + Belavi Offset Umbrella Base

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Summer is coming, and while it’s fun to spend time outdoors on the deck or at the pool, the sun can be brutal. Not only can it be hot and uncomfortable, but it can cause painful sunburns and increase the risk of skin cancer. That’s why it’s vitally important to take advantage of sun-protection options such as sunscreen, rash guards, hats, and sunglasses. It’s also good to have some ways to get some shade and get out of the sun’s harsh rays, whether that’s by getting under a tree, a sun shade sail, or some kind of umbrella or awning.

During the spring and summer months, Aldi sometimes stocks large umbrellas to be used on patios and decks. I bought a standard 7.5-foot umbrella last summer to put over my patio dining table. It’s been a lifesaver when my family wants to spend time outside when the sun is high overhead. It’s also easy to use and looks nice on my patio.

Most recently, Aldi is selling an offset umbrella that you can use when you want some shade but don’t necessarily want that shade over a table. An offset umbrella works well placed over outdoor furniture such as deck lounge chairs, loveseat sets, or sectionals.

What We Know:

Belavi Offset Umbrella in Base

The Bevali Offset Umbrella in Base.

The Belavi 10′ Offset Umbrella (Product Code: 823043) cost $89.99 in May of 2023, while the Belavi Offset Umbrella Base (Product Code: 822451) cost $49.99.

The umbrella sold for the same price in the summer of 2022. Aldi has sold regular umbrella bases before, but if the store has offered offset bases, I don’t think I’ve seen them in several years, so it’s nice to see a base being sold alongside the umbrella this year.

These look to be competitively priced. You can find some cheaper offset umbrellas and offset bases on Amazon, but you’ll also find a lot that cost much more. When price comparing at other retailers, be sure to pay attention to whether the umbrella and base are sold as a set or whether you must purchase them separately.

These are Aldi Finds, so they’re only in stores for a short time. Each store gets one shipment, and after that sells out, they’re gone until next year. Aldi does not offer online ordering for products that aren’t in stock at your local store.

These are sold under the Belavi private label, which is not a company. Instead, it’s the Aldi house brand for various outdoor products such as solar fire bowls, rattan bar carts, patio dining tables, and more.

Belavi 10-Foot Offset Umbrella

The Belavi 10-Foot Offset Umbrella.

Here’s more information about the offset umbrella, according to Aldi:

  • Features a black canopy curtain
  • 10′ Diameter
  • Crank-open canopy
  • Durable steel frame with steel ribs
  • Easy to collapse when not in use
  • Comes with a one-year warranty
Belavi Offset Umbrella Base

The Belavi Offset Umbrella Base.

Here’s more information about the offset umbrella base, according to Aldi:

  • Base dimensions: 39.4″ x 39.4″ x 2.8″
  • Fits umbrellas with diameter of 8.2′ to 10.8′
  • Easy to assemble
  • Can be filled with water or sand
  • Comes with a one-year warranty

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tried either of these out yet, so we don’t know how easily they assemble, how well they work, or how they hold up to the elements. We write open threads so readers can talk about Aldi products.

Have you purchased the Belavi 10′ Offset Umbrella and Belavi Offset Umbrella Base? Tell us what you think of them in the comments below. 

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at


  1. Michele Poynton-Marsh

    We purchased 2 of these offset umbrellas this week. My husband assembled them easily and they seem to be excellent quality. We do have a question. At the very top there seems to be an area to connect something but we are not sure what it could be used for. I would be interested in anyone else knows. So far we are pleased with the purchase!

  2. I bought this end-of-season last fall. I unboxed it this spring. I lasted maybe 6 weeks. Once exposed to sunlight 80 degrees max. The pivot connectors just fell apart. This is complete junk not worth it. Pay the extra money and get something more substantial.

  3. My wife bought one last week. It was easy to set up and to crank back down when not in use. We’re curious about the part that Ms.Poynton-Marsh mentioned that apparently has no use. It doesn’t show up in the User’s Manual, but it is vaguely visible in the photo on the front cover of the manual.

  4. Has anyone purchased the base! It seems to be a great price for this type of product, but curious if it can be used with standard table umbrellas?

  5. I too can’t figure out what that extra piece is for. Also, With a slight breeze 1 to 2 MPH our umbreall will rotate almost 30% or 4 feet. I will not be reccomending anyone buy this. To cheaply made…however if the base will work with other models then by the base. Knew it was too go to be true. We have been using it for 6 months.

  6. Junk. The whole crank fell apart and the rope that open and closes is getting shredded.

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