Inverted umbrellas are available in a variety of styles, including traditional, automatic, and telescopic models. They can also be found in a variety of colours and patterns. At Branded Brolly, we can create your inverted umbrella in any design.
Why use an inverted umbrella?
Inverted umbrellas offer a number of benefits over traditional umbrellas. First, they are much easier to get in and out of a car with. Second, they are less likely to catch on doorways and other obstacles. Finally, inverted umbrellas provide better protection from the elements.
Some types of inverted umbrellas include:
– Manual inverted umbrellas
– Automatic inverted umbrellas
– Compact / Telescopic inverted umbrellas
– Windproof inverted umbrellas
– UV Protection inverted umbrellas
1. The Pro’s of Inverted Umbrellas
There are many benefits to upside down umbrellas, which is why they have become so popular in recent years. Here are some of the main advantages of inverted umbrellas:
– They keep you dry: Inverted umbrellas are designed so that the rainwater is directed away from you, meaning you stay dry even in the heaviest of downpours.
– They are easy to use: Unlike some traditional umbrellas, inverted umbrellas are very easy to open and close, the feature an easy to use auto open button making them ideal for those who don’t want to fiddle around with a complicated manual umbrella.
– They look stylish: Inverted umbrellas have a very sleek and modern design, which looks great whether you’re using it for business or pleasure.
2. The Con’s of Inverted Umbrellas
Of course, inverted umbrellas are not perfect and there are a few drawbacks that you should be aware of before you purchase one. Here are some of the main disadvantages of inverted umbrellas:
– They can be difficult to carry: Inverted umbrellas can be difficult to carry, as they often have a sharp point at the top which can poke through your bag or clothing.
– They can be expensive: Inverted umbrellas tend to be more expensive than traditional umbrellas. They are dual canopy umbrellas which requires double the amount of sewing to produce them so you’ll need to make sure you’re willing to spend a bit extra before you buy one.
– They can leak: Although inverted umbrellas are designed to keep you dry, they can sometimes leak, which can leave you feeling wet and cold.
3. How to Choose the Right Inverted Umbrella for You
If you’ve decided that an inverted umbrella is the right choice for you, then you’ll need to make sure you choose the right one. Here are a few things to look out for when choosing an inverted umbrella:
– Make sure it’s easy to open and close: The last thing you want is an umbrella that’s difficult to open and close, so make sure you choose one that’s easy to use.
– Look for a leak-proof design: No one wants an umbrella that leaks, so make sure you choose one with a leak-proof design.
– Choose a size that’s right for you: Inverted umbrellas come in a range of sizes, so make sure you choose one that’s big enough to protect you from the rain but small enough to carry around easily.
– Pick a style that you like: Inverted umbrellas are available in a variety of styles, so make sure you choose one that you like the look of.
Top 10 Best Inverted Umbrella Reviews
Now that you know what to look for in an inverted umbrella, it’s time to take a look at some of the best ones on the market. Here are our top 10 inverted umbrellas:
- A Custom Inverted Umbrella by Branded Brolly
- The Windproof Reverse Umbrella by Repel
- The inverted Umbrella by Aolun
- The Double Layer Inverted Umbrella by Totes
- The Compact Reverse Umbrella by G4Free
- The Folding Inverted Umbrella by OmeTech
- The Windproof Inverted Umbrella by Wondershade
- The Inverted Umbrella with UV Protection by Pure Garden
5. FAQ’s About Inverted Umbrellas
Q: What is an inverted umbrella?
A: An inverted umbrella is a type of umbrella that is designed so that the rainwater is directed away from you, meaning you stay dry even in the heaviest of downpours.
Q: Are inverted umbrellas easy to use?
A: Yes, inverted umbrellas are very easy to open and close, they feature an easy to use automatic opening system and can be closed with ease, making them ideal for those who don’t want to fiddle around with a complicated umbrella.
Q: Do inverted umbrellas take up less space?
A: Golf sized inverted umbrellas are much larger so storing them isn’t easy. However, we can produce upside down umbrellas that are the same size as our telescopic umbrellas, meaning they take up less space in your bag or suitcase when you’re not using them.
Q: Are inverted umbrellas more expensive than traditional umbrellas?
A: In general, yes, inverted umbrellas tend to be more expensive than traditional umbrellas. However, our custom inverted umbrellas are affordable and fantastic quality.
6. How to Use an Inverted Umbrella Correctly
If you want to make sure you’re using your inverted umbrella correctly, here are a few tips:
– Open the umbrella before you step outside: This will ensure that you’re not getting wet while you’re trying to open the umbrella.
– Hold the umbrella over your head: This will ensure that the rainwater is directed away from you and doesn’t leak through the umbrella.
– Close the umbrella when you’re not using it: This will prevent the umbrella from getting damaged or wet.
– Use a cover for your inverted umbrella: If you’re not using your inverted umbrella, make sure you store it in an umbrella sleeve so that it doesn’t get unnecessarily wet or damaged.
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