Pool and Patio Umbrellas Recalled Due to Injury Hazard; Made by Umbrosa (Recall Alert)

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Recalled Umbrosa umbrella equipped with the Umbrosa Evolution Arm/Holder

Recalled Umbrosa umbrella equipped with the Umbrosa Evolution Arm/Holder

Evolution Complete Arm/Holder Assembly

Evolution Complete Arm/Holder Assembly

Evolution Elbow

Evolution Elbow

Name of product:

Umbrosa umbrellas equipped with the Umbrosa Evolution Arm/Holder


The umbrella arm can break at the elbow while in use, posing an injury hazard.

Recall date:

May 27, 2021


About 250 (200 of the pool and patio umbrellas were previously recalled on October 25, 2018.)

Recall Details


This recall involves Umbrosa Evolution Umbrellas with the Evolution flexible arm/holder.  The recalled umbrellas were sold in a variety of colors.  “Umbrosa” is printed on the arm/holder.  This recall also includes umbrellas, originally recalled in October 2018, and the replacement arm/holder parts that were provided as part of that recall.


Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled umbrellas and contact Umbrosa to receive a free replacement arm/holder.  Umbrosa is contacting all known purchasers directly.


Umbrosa has received five reports of the umbrellas breaking at the elbow.  No injuries have been reported.

Sold At:

ShadeScapes showroom in Hotchkiss, Colorado, and through ShadeScapes dealers and other design professionals and resellers nationwide from July 2018 through February 2020 for between $1,800 and $7,600.


Umbrosa NV, of Belgium

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