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Nubrella Hands Free Umbrella


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  • Nubrella is the first true HANDS FREE umbrella in the world
  • Nubrella can not and will not invert in any wind
  • Nubrella will keep you significantly warmer as it blocks windchill
  • Nubrella is a far safer and more reliable product
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use your nubrella walking the dog, in a snow storm, riding a bike, in a wheelchair, hiking, walking, running, carrying groceries or bags, talk on the phone, at a sporting event, ina line, ata parade, in a blizzard, no bobbing, no more inverting, deliver the mail, on a snowblower, pushing a baby stroller and many more

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    Afterwards it fit really well, very comfortable.
    Mikelikespipes
    One day I was struggling on the steps outside in the rain--I have to use a cane and I had a bag and my purse to carry, plus needed the umbrella.
    gadget gal
    Returned one of two and had to file complaint with my CC company to get refund.
    excelerating

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    346 of 368 people found the following review helpful By Stephen M. Charme HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 20, 2011
    If you look at my hundreds of reviews you'll see that I rarely write one star reviews. That's because I generally avoid products like this. However, my wife saw this on Shark Tank and ordered not one but two because she was convinced how great this would be. She was dead wrong. Here's why:

    1. This product comes with minimalist instructions that don't tell you how to properly position it so you're not being hit in the head while wearing it. Amazingly, the company's website has no such information either. Hmmm. That made me suspicious. Eventually I did find a You Tube demo, but even when "properly adjusted" this still grazed my head and wasn't comfortable to wear. No wonder there's nothing on the website.

    2. I tried this in a driving rain storm after I adjusted it. While it did keep my head and shoulders dry, my pants got soaked, which does not happen with a regular umbrella because when you hold it over your head, it does more than just protect your head and shoulders. In addition, visibility was nonexistent. It was like driving your car in a rainstorm with no windshield wipers on. In addition, while this is hands free, the trade off is that the handle is pressed into your stomach for support. Not very comfortable when walking.

    3. If you open this in the house before you go outside, good luck fitting through the doorway. I barely made it.

    4. My wife was led to believe that this would be great for bicycle riding and running in the rain. No way. I tried each, and it was virtually impossible to do either because with such vigorous movement this kept bumping into my head, and the handle kept pressing into my stomach. And of course I also could not see where I was going.

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    144 of 162 people found the following review helpful By L. Young on April 26, 2010
    I've used this twice in the rain, and here's my review so far.

    Ease of Use:

    The Nubrella website (at the time of this review) doesn't clearly demonstrate HOW to wear it. In a TV interview, the inventor explains that the straps from the back go under your arms to lock the Nubrella into place.

    It takes some getting used to. It didn't rain for almost a month after I received mine, so I wore it inside a lot to get a feel for the fit -- and to shoot and share pics. I immediately noticed two issues:

    The fit - It rested on my head until I contacted Nubrella, and was informed about the strap placement (read above).

    It collapsed - As soon as I began to walk, the handle in the front banged against my body, causing the Nubrella to collapse. I felt that there should be a locking mechanism.

    But after adjusting the straps, then properly placing my arms in with the secondary straps (from the rear) underneath my arm pits, and the upper straps (with fabric/padding) on top of my shoulders, it finally fit properly.

    So after a long wait, it finally rained!

    Test One: Night/Light Rain/Times Square (NYC) heading West
    I could not SEE well. Visibility at night lacked due to the raindrops sticking to the plastic. I got bumped into by one person, but that would have happened with my full-sized umbrella anyway, which is much less streamlined. I also had a backpack on which always gets soaked in the rain, but this time it remained dry!

    Test One Conclusion -
    Pros: My backpack stayed dry
    Cons: I couldn't see well at night

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    Test Two: Afternoon/Heavier Rain
    This time I took my time and made sure that I was wearing the Nubrella properly.
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    56 of 65 people found the following review helpful By excelerating on September 10, 2010
    Worst purchase I have made in years. Returned one of two and had to file complaint with my CC company to get refund. Would not return calls, could not get Nubrella to work and was totally disappointed. Have receipt they received product back but from that date have not got them to return a call, email or text. Real bad experience.
    The directions included were not of any help, it showed you how to open and close the Nubrella but not how to adjust it. We never could get it adjusted and only thing they would say was to tighten strap 4" which did no good. No directions on putting the Nubrella back into the bag and that was a major chore. I tore my bag the first time I tried to put it back. Only goes one way I guess and I don't know if we ever really found that way.
    Bought two and tried to be fair by only returning one because of the torn bag and I tried to get one to work. Have never used it and probably will never be able to. Wanted one for a wheelchair person but that was totally out of reality.
    Oh Hum real bad experience.
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    7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Leah B on July 24, 2013
    I've had my Nubrella for a few years now and I wish I used it more. I got it for walking the dog and for walking to the bus.

    Living in Seattle means lots of rainy days and many inside out umbrellas when the storms kick in. I love that the Nubrella won't invert.

    It's easy to open and close and it's not too hard to adjust to make it hands free.
    My issue is that I look like an ass when I wear it. People will always stare at you. It's just to futuristic for most people. I suppose I'm self conscious.

    It's a great product, it just needs more use.
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