This large umbrella can accommodate many, and the design is sleek and minimal.
The 52-inch arc of this totes umbrella provides plenty of coverage for the average person. Its sturdy ribs won't flip over in the wind either, and the minimal design means it won't ever clash with your outfit.
The plastic may stick together when the umbrella's folded up.
A great first umbrella for kids. It can comfortably accommodate ages 3 to 8, so your child will grow with it.
Very kid-friendly, colorful design aside. The handle is easy for a young child to grip, and many users say the umbrella holds up to rough treatment. There's a manual open so you won't worry about small fingers getting pinched.
The material is quite thin, so this won't make a good sun umbrella.
Smati makes a cute, lightweight umbrella.
The cat design is quite charming. The ribs are made from plastic, which means they won't rust. This umbrella is designed to open one-handed, which is a pretty cool feature.
Plastic ribs aren't the best quality, may not hold up in windy conditions.
If you know people who like gag gifts, this makes a good one.
It's hard to not crack a smile when you see the little men on the umbrella. Maad's model is fun and moderately functional.
Not made from quality plastic, some users complain about lack of durability.
Galleria Enterprise's playful umbrella is suitable for kids and adults.
The pretty goldfish design is fully visible from the inside, so when it's in use it's like being in a fishbowl. Plus the fiberglass ribs hold up well to strong winds.
Ribs may be a little too sturdy – this umbrella can be hard to close.
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We've all been there: it's raining and windy, and your umbrella flips inside out. Bubble umbrellas can solve this annoying problem; their deep, spherical design is more resistant to wind and also gives more coverage. This means no more tilting your umbrella for sideways rain, and no more wet purses, shoulder bags, or shoulders. Before you decide on a bubble umbrella, there are a few things to keep in mind. Style is one – many bubble umbrellas have playful patterns, but it's easy to find clear ones, too. Both look fashionable. Also, consider the sturdiness and diameter of coverage, if you want to make sure you'll stay dry as possible. You can stay extra dry and look good at the same time.
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