Umbrella tech hasn’t matured much in the last, I don’t know, ever, so it’s nice to see someone advancing the science. When it’s wet and drizzly, umbrellas are handy, to be sure. But if it’s blustery or stormy, they become useless, broken, and sometimes projectiles. This is no good.
Senz has addressed the problem and constructed an umbrella that is meant to withstand the inevitable onslaught of pain that is a windstorm using clever aerodynamics to not only keep you dry, but keep your bumbershoot from flying down the road. But don’t take our word for it, watch the deliciously Dutch video after the jump, then make up your own mind.
Senz Umbrellas [Product Site]