This Father’s Day, give dad a gift of an umbrella from ShedRain which is perfect for rain storms that seem to show up this time of the year and in the Fall here. ShedRain brings together luxury, artisanal craftsmanship, and superior engineering to create the new status-defining Stratus Collection (winner of the Red Dot design award). It is composed of 250+ individual, quality parts, hand assembled, and created from new molding that was specifically crafted for this ultimate “affordable luxury” piece. Made with core technology which is defined by a Trilobe shaped profile deployed into both the shaft and ribs for superior torque and strength.
The design is reinforced with the finest precision Aircraft Aluminum and Fiber Reinforced Polymer frame, a Zinc Alloy chrome detailed handle and fine fabrics coated with Teflon. A patented Flange (small disc at the base of each umbrella) protects umbrella tips from catching on fingers, clothing and other items. A removable handle strap makes it versatile and easy to carry on-the-go. You will also see an arrow that points up and down in silver.
Another umbrella dad might like for Father’s Day is the ShedRain E-Motion that has an auto open and close along with being completely electric with a motor and the only open and closed canopy, and slide the handle down all with a push of a button and a battery that is recharge able via a USB connector which can be found in the handle and when fully charged it lasts for 150 full openings and closings.
My Opinion: These are truly beautiful umbrellas that any dad would love not only are they stylish and attract but work well.
To see more visit https://shedrain.com
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