When you want a solid anchor for your Brabantia rotary dryer, you will need a Brabantia concrete spike. Made of sturdy plastic, it's completely corrosion resistant and easy to place in concrete.
The handy closure cap means it stays clean when the washing line is in storage, while the included instructions make installation straightforward.
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• Handy closure cap keeps anchor clean, e.g. when mowing the lawn
• Tough plastic construction
• Clear installation instructions
• 2 Year Brabantia Warranty
Dimensions: H 20.5cm x W 13cm x D 13cm
Packaged Dimensions: H 32.5cm x W 21cm x D 13cm
Hole Ø: 4.5cm
Total Ø: 13cm
6 months ago2018-09-04 19:49:36
This is a great wee product, allowing for easy installation of the Brabantia clothesline. My only small complaint is that the hole is just slightly too big for the clothesline pole, so it doesn’t stand perfectly upright, it ends up on a very slight lean. But apart from that it is a great product.
It's a spike
about 1 year ago2018-01-03 18:38:44
Found the tube to be a littles bigger than the washing line it was accommodating, so found the pole leans in the hole, hence the line isn't vertical.
about 1 year ago2017-12-18 19:56:07
Does the job
about 1 year ago2017-10-02 05:25:57
I pounded this bad boy in the ground with a huge mallet. Keeps the huge clothesline nice and secure, even in the gale force winds we've been having. Definitely easier than using concrete.
Works really well !
over 2 years ago2016-11-18 00:45:05
The item came with detailed instructions how to install it. Worked like a charm and is working well. Good quality (made in EU). Only drawback is you need to fit the pole to set it up plumb, there is no flat surface to do that without a pole.
3 months ago2018-12-06 19:01:14
Purchased this when we purchased the clothesline, havent had to use since clothesline came with a spike that seems to be doing the job.
over 2 years ago2017-02-24 01:15:42
I bought it based on the page recommendation - I didn't end up using it. The clothesline comes with a tube that drives into the grass. if I were going to concrete it in, I'd use this. Until then, it sits on a shelf. My bad - didn't really read the description properly.