Reverse-Folding Umbrella £8.99 @ LIDL
262°Expired

Reverse-Folding Umbrella £8.99 @ LIDL

12
Found 19th Mar
2911763.jpgFrom Thursday 22nd March.

  • Get in and out of your car or home without getting wet with this innovative, reverse-folding umbrella
  • Wet side folds inwards, keeping the rain drops inside, not on your floor
  • Self-standing, with durable polyester double canopy and windproof fibreglass spokes
  • Durable polyester cover
  • Reverse closing mechanism
  • Size: 106cm
Community Updates

Groups

12 Comments
Surely when you hang it up the water will just drop out from the inside, Or am I missing something?
Original Poster
33469816-XhDri.jpg
Very clever. Won’t take up any space when drying in the porch. Why didn’t I think of this?!
ndksamb2 h, 43 m ago

Surely when you hang it up the water will just drop out from the inside, …Surely when you hang it up the water will just drop out from the inside, Or am I missing something?


You dry it first
lucas1 h, 28 m ago

Very clever. Won’t take up any space when drying in the porch. Why didn’t I …Very clever. Won’t take up any space when drying in the porch. Why didn’t I think of this?!


Don't worry, there are still plenty of gimmicks left to invent... like the upside down hat for instance.
pjazzy18 m ago

You dry it first


Then why not just dry your normal umbrella by giving it a little shake?
I don't get the point of this
Edited by: "ndksamb" 19th Mar
It's basically a copy of this
it's more useful and less messy than a conventional umbrella
Edited by: "pjazzy" 19th Mar
Very clever.
How well do these fair in the wind? I'd imagine it would be worse than regular styles.
Edited by: "Tei" 20th Mar
Seems to be priced at £9-99 in this weeks online leaflet?
ndksamb19th Mar

Then why not just dry your normal umbrella by giving it a little shake? I …Then why not just dry your normal umbrella by giving it a little shake? I don't get the point of this


You can do the same thing for both types of umbrella? But the fact that you can get out of the car without getting were, get in your house without getting wet and the umbrella is standing on its own without having to support it by anything, it's a bonus. Plus the fact that it gets wet,when you close it it's gonna be wet on the inside so the outside part touching your body or any surfaces won't get wet. (I got one)
Tei20th Mar

How well do these fair in the wind? I'd imagine it would be worse than …How well do these fair in the wind? I'd imagine it would be worse than regular styles.


I have one and it seems to be good, I didn't encounter a very strong wind as we usually have here but I'll find out one day I love it, it looks good and other people who saw mine, want to buy one themselves
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text