âCanopy size: 34-inches; folds to 11-inches when closed. Care: Leave open to dry. Wipe clean with damp clothn, weight -11.7oz
âWindproof Rain Umbrella Design: Our compact umbrella is built to withstand the worst Mother Nature has in store for you. It features 8 reinforced fiberglass ribs and a sturdy all metal shaft and frame for rigidity in high gust situations. The ribs also feature flip technology that will ensure your wind resistant umbrella keeps on protecting
âFail Safe Flip Technology and Weatherproof Canopy: The design of our mini umbrella is meant to survive super strong gusts of wind. The fiberglass ribs are equipped with fail safe technology that inverts the canopy when it meets a gust that would tear lesser rain umbrellas apart . The fail safe design means you get a heavy duty umbrella in a compact package
âMaterial and material safety: Nano umbrella cloth, super waterproof function, light and water repellent, the umbrella surface is made of high-grade black tape, nano-level, thin and impermeable, ultra-light umbrella bone, the frame is made of aluminum bone and glass fiber,Light and strong.
âLifetime Replacement Policy: You are protected for life from the rain, sleet and snow, through our lifetime replacement guarantee program. If there is any problem with the product quality, we assure you that a 100% refund will be made!
These elegant and functional compact umbrellas are the perfect protection from the elements wherever you go. Compact Design-When folded, these umbrellas measure 11-inch long, and weighs about 0.75 lb. Extremely portable in purses, briefcases, and backpacks. Auto Open Mechanism-simply press the button on the handle to open the canopy. To close, manually push the canopy cap inwards until you can hear an audible click. Fortified Construction-Ultra-light umbrella bone, the frame is made of aluminum bone and glass fiber, which is light and strong. With a skeleton composed of eight glass fibers. Premium Black Tape-easily shakes off water, and effectively safeguards your skin from harmful Ultraviolet Rays. Dimensions-Opening height: 24in umbrella bead diameter: 38in umbrella surface diameter: 35in arc length: 42.5in cage length: 11in delivering secure coverage for two people. A protective travel sleeve is included. Elegant amp; Functional-perfect for both ladies and gentlemen.
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