Inverted Umbrella Folds Inside Out To Prevent Water Splashes Onto Your Clothes

When you fold your umbrella after use, usually water splashes onto your clothes or other stuff, but not with Inverted Umbrella. This one of a kind umbrella folds inside out after use to prevent water splashes, because the inner side of an umbrella will always dry. This design alters the way an umbrella closed without changing its fundamental functions, to protect you from the rain and the sun. The strength of the stretchers allows the umbrella to retain its normal shape. It’s like when the wind blows really hard that turn your umbrella up side down, in this case, you are the one who turn the umbrella upside down after use.

Designers : Ahn Il-Mo, Kim Tae-Han and Seo Dong-Han

Inverted Umbrella Folds Inside Out by Ahn Il-Mo, Kim Tae-Han and Seo Dong-Han

Inverted Umbrella Folds Inside Out by Ahn Il-Mo, Kim Tae-Han and Seo Dong-Han

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2 thoughts on “Inverted Umbrella Folds Inside Out To Prevent Water Splashes Onto Your Clothes

  1. I think that when you close your conventional umbrella you have the most optimal way for the water flow (a larger surface converge to a smaller surface, creating a way where flows the water). This is a good concept, but when you have a closed this umbrella , you don´t optimized the way for the water to a smaller surface.

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