Rain Drum Makes Walking In The Rain An Enjoyable Event With Entertaining Music

Rain drum is an innovative umbrella that features drums with various kinds of sound outputs, making the most interesting amusement for user during rainy days. When playing a drum, the hi-hat, crash and tom-tom needs a high frequency of drumstick play to make the range bigger, whereas, the bass and snare requires a lower frequency for a smaller range of sound. To meet these requirements, the shade of the umbrella contains five wax cloth made shades with different elasticity that makes different sounds with the fall of every raindrop.

Designer : Dong Min Park

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ashley says: April 27, 2010

awesomee!

Hester says: April 28, 2010

Looove it…just where is the designers link pls?

Great idea :)

Judge says: May 4, 2010

thats pure genius! the simplest ideas are often the best! because they are the ones we dont come up with often. your idea is terrific you should deffinatly put it up on the market, it's possible to make it with this kind of technology. but the only catch i see is how do you fold it and how heavy is it?

Isaak Sandoval says: May 5, 2010

ITS A WASTE OF TIME!!!!!

Teresa Sadorus says: May 6, 2010

How do I order one?

tobeon says: May 7, 2010

WANT! :D

Kailyn says: June 12, 2010

Wow that's actully fun, instead of listening to thud thud thud it goes BOOM BOOM BOOM!!

Ton says: July 16, 2010

Whenever anyone gets it, please share a video on youtube.

Joyce says: October 7, 2010

Where can i Buy one? please email me where i can find more info on this product at joyjoygp@live.com

Jack says: December 16, 2010

SO MUCH WANT!

Debbie Moss says: July 19, 2013

Where can I buy a rain drum umbrella

Rouven Durm says: March 20, 2014

Where can I buy a rain drum umbrella… please send me an email ventura_sounds@gmx.de thank you <3







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