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Toysmith Lady Bug Umbrella (23-Inch)
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- This adorable Ladybug Umbrella turns a rainy day into a fun adventure for your little one. Fun ladybug graphics give it fun style that kids love.
- With its sweet black spots and big eyes on top, this piece of foul-weather gear is sure to brighten your child's day while keeping them protected and dry from the rain.
- 26-inches in diameter while open, this umbrella is perfectly sized for children.
- Made of 100% polyester, this piece of rain gear is quick drying and mildew resistant. A J-curve handle allows for easy grip and hanging storage.
- Recommended for ages 3 and up.
- Challenge your children's imaginations and keep them active with Toysmith.
- Committed to providing the most imaginative toys along with the highest safety standards, Toysmith has toys appropriate for all age groups.
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Keep dry and brighten up the rainy day with the Toysmith Lady Bug Umbrella. This adorable Ladybug Umbrella turns a rainy day into a fun adventure for your little one. Fun ladybug graphics give it fun style that kids love. With its sweet black spots and big eyes on top, this piece of foul-weather gear is sure to brighten your child's day while keeping them protected and dry from the rain. 26-inches in diameter while open, this umbrella is perfectly sized for children. Made of 100% polyester, this piece of rain gear is quick drying and mildew resistant. A J-curve handle allows for easy grip and hanging storage. Recommended for ages 3 and up.
From the Manufacturer
The Lady Bug Umbrella from Toysmith is 23" long and features cute, fun, lady bug graphics. This umbrella has an easy grip handle and wrist cord. Ages 3 and up.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought it at the same time I bought a Disney Cars umbrella and a Star Wars umbrella for my sons, so I'll compare with those.
The ladybug has a nicer shape, more like a bucket. It also has a mechanism that locks the umbrella open, and plastic tubes covering the spines on the underside.
The themed umbrellas are flatter, covering less of the kids' bodies, and don't lock open. They seem more cheaply made overall, and cost the same as the ladybug.
I can't say how well the ladybug umbrella will hold up yet, since she's only used it once. But it was easy for her to handle on a 10 minute walk, and kept her bone dry. I don't plan on letting her play with it; it's put away on a high shelf unless it's raining and we're going outside, so my hope is that it will last a long time.
It's a really cute and nicely shaped umbrella. I would definitely recommend it!
My daughter adored it until she realized it wouldn't open. It would have been fun and great for imaginative play rain or shine. The eyes really do pop out wonderfully, but the thin wire that keeps them up make me a little nervous. There are plastic tubes and a plastic guard for the lowest metal wires. I prefer kid umbrellas where you don't have to press your thumb on the metal tab(covered with a plastic guard for this umbrella) in order to open it. I've seen ones where you just push the middle part up or pull down without this extra thumb coordination. Inside the umbrella the seams aren't hemmed and the fabric ragged along the seams where the eyes are sown in. The back of the eyes are just white with no black eyeball. I may purchase a Melissa & Doug or iPlay umbrella instead.