Clothing brand Maharishi’s stock of Senz’ storm-proof umbrellas feature exclusive canopy graphics: a dark camo, a light camo and a satellite map. The stick umbrellas come with a much-needed carrying sleeve.
Beach umbrellas with anchors are nothing new, but the DrillBeach has a built-in electric motor for its auger. All you have to do is press a button and it will drill itself into or out of the sand. It also has a USB charging port.
An umbrella with a Bluetooth chip built-in. Pair it with your phone and the Kisha app will alert you if you leave the umbrella behind. You can set safe zones such as your house so the app won’t nag you if you leave the umbrella there.
Thanks to designers Lin Min Wei and Liu Li-Hsiang, we may soon be able to go on the defensive against downpours and sidewalk splashes with their Red Dot Award winning concept, the Rain Shield.
25togo’s Goggles Umbrella lets you see what’s in front of you without the need to tilt your umbrella back. The periscope tip is a neat touch. Comes in bundles of two – one gray, one yellow.
Is it raining outside? Keep your head dry when the rain hits by covering up with Koan Design’s waterproof bag, cleverly designed to look like that newspaper that normally fails to protect you.
We can totally picture ourselves thrusting and parrying our way through the rain with this Military Sabre Umbrella, complete with curved hand guard to cover our knuckles. Cover bag included.
The Broadsword Handle Umbrella is an excellent choice to cover your chainmaille with when you’re scurrying around Camelot in a downpour, and the carrying case doubles as a convenient scabbard.
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