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Nubrella Hands Free Umbrella

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Oct 2, 2012

Category: Gear

Like many of you, we are huge fans of ABC’s television show Shark Tank where entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to investors in hopes of “making it big.” There are constantly incredible products being featured on the show, and one of our favorites was the Nubrella Hands Free Umbrella from one of the early seasons of the show.

Invented by successful New York cell phone dealer Alan Kaufman, the Nubrella has been dubbed “the umbrella of the future.” For as long as traditional umbrellas have been around, few have truly made a valiant effort when it comes to real innovation. The Nubrella is a hands free umbrella that securely, and comfortably straps to your shoulders allowing for amazingly simple removal when entering buildings. Tested at wind speeds of up to 50 miles per hour, the Nubrella ensures that your head and face will stay completely dry, all while remaining completely hands free. You can purchase yours directly from Nubrella.

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