30" SENZ Stick Umbrella - 36.5" Windproof Canopy by Totes (Black)
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- Umbrella always finds the best position in the wind
- Will not go inside out
- Asymmetrical wing styled canopy and extra reinforced rib construction
- Using the umbrella requires minimum force while providing maximum rain protection
- Winner of multiple design awards including: the reddot design award winner 2007 and the label observeur design 09
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The original umbrella was invented over 1,700 years ago, and hasn't changed much since, save some mechanical opening and closing advancements. But the canopy itself has stayed pretty much the same. This is why Senz, with their new aerodynamic design, has become a favorite and winner of the Red Dot design award for 2007. The Senz uses simple geometry to cut the wind, therefore never allowing your umbrella to turn inside out. The canopy itself is asymmetrical, with the claim that it will never turn inside out. Also by using the ribs in the frame to help absorb the wind and forces on the umbrella, this makes it one of the only waterproof and windproof umbrellas. The Senz team has put a lot of thought into the design of this umbrella including 'eye savers' which reinforce the points between the canopy and the frame so the steel rods aren't exposed. Handle is made from ABS plastic with EVA foam for no-slip grip.
- Package Dimensions: 31 x 2.5 x 2.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
- ASIN: B0018BL84W
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 24, 2008
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Picture three regular umbrella sizes: small, medium and large. From the center point this umbrella is equivalent to a large umbrella in the rear. But in the front and side directions it is equivalent to a small umbrella. Looks almost like a fireman's helmet.
Wouldn't recommend for the purpose of keeping your legs dry. It does live up to its other boasts, however, such as resistance to wind and ease of sight.
We still have the umbrella but have had not much use for them since moving from Germany to the states. More so now in Florida as I keep this one in my car. They have held up but like I mentioned not that much use for them the last three years