5 Best Inverted Umbrellas

Sharpty
Ergonomic handle
New inverted design
Weather resistance
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Siepasa
Smooth Top
Folding design
Non-automatic
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Owen Kyne
Durable Material
Inside-out Design
Free-Grip Frosted Handle
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BAGAIL
UV Protection
Hands&Drip free
Durable Windproof
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Newsight
Self-standing
C-Shape handle
Durability & warranty
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Sharpty Inverted Umbrella With C-Shape Handle

Editor's Choice

Sharpty inverted umbrellaThe Sharpty Inverted Umbrella with reverse-opening mechanism opens outdoors when you are still in the house or car. This practical configuration ensures that you stay dry and look flawless even after walking out of the parking lot to create that important business. When you reach your destination and close the Sharpty, rain collects inside and keeps the floor at home dry.

PROS:

  • Great choice for sun and rain
  • Doesn’t let your clothes get wet
  • Durable

CONS:

  • Weak spokes

Umbrella has 6 strong ribs and a carbon fiber stretcher that provides unsurpassed resistance to wind up to 60 km/h. The umbrella has a windproof, waterproof and UV protection. As it has a generous 42.5-inch range, you and a friend will have plenty of room. The ergonomic C-shaped handle allows you to use our indoor umbrella hands-free, so you can take food with you, take your dog for a walk or simply respond to text messages. With 20 stylish motifs, you can customize your reversible umbrella to suit your personal needs. Don’t let a little rain dampen your spirits.

Interesting Video: Testing Inverted Umbrella In The Rain

Helen Smith

Helen Smith

Hello! My name is Helen Smith, and I'm from New York. I'm a manager in a big company, and I like to travel when I have free time. Besides, I have a big collection of umbrellas, and I'm going to help you choose the best one.

10 Comments
  1. I have a version of this! Mine has a different handle, shaped more like a C, and I like it a lot when I’m walking but closing it to bring into a car is a little problematic. You need to turn it upside-down and let the water drip out, or you’ll just have a puddle in the car! It works really well in windy conditions, because it doesn’t seem to want to flip inside-out, which is a plus.

  2. Some suggestions, the reason why yours doesn’t necessarily close as tightly is because you didn’t use strap that comes with it that most umbrellas have. also the other main features that you didn’t necessarily describe that differ from the traditional umbrellas is that when it opens inverted like when you getting out of the car with your inverted umbrella, you didn’t have to open your door very wide. Just only enough to let the inverted umbrella out to open which you pretty much can’t do with a traditional umbrella. Also and the fact that the shell or skelton of the umbrella is all covered so you won’t get your hair caught if you have any etc. But otherwise not a bad review.

  3. I think its easier to open from the car. No one has grass in your neighborhood? I think thats great when it comes to lawn care but I dont think I would like that. No running around the yard with the kids.

  4. I didn’t realize it when I bought a Sharpty inverted umbrella, but the underside of it is almost flat rather than curving upward. There is a hollow space between the solid color top piece and the printed underside. Also, the gap in the C-shape handle is not very big. It may or may not fit on your closet rod. With that said, it is a beautiful and practical gift for anyone!

  5. I love my Newsight umbrella – I got the Elite Series. Has an Ergonomically Correct handle and an automatic open button. Thanks for your review. I love the way you present Items! Thanks.

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