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A 50" black 210D match brolly with fully taped seams, (100% water proof) orange trim and tilt function. This also features a secondary position for the pole at the back of the umbrella which grants extra space and stability.
50" Deluxe Black Brolly with Tilt Function. A 50 black 210D match brolly with fully taped seams, (100% water proof) orange trim and tilt function. This also features a secondary position for the pole at the back of the umbrella which grants extra space and stability.
When purchasing pay particular attention to the bell housing on the top if you plan on pegging it down with cord. Even some branded ones have flimsy plastic lugs with a split ring that snap in no time. They can also be broken from manhandling in the shop as well just by being stood upside down.
Best bit of advice would be no matter which brolly you buy think very seriously about ditching the flimsy pole that it will inevitably come with and buy a good solid centre pole, then make sure when you use it you peg it down securely. After that get one that has a good waterproof rating as some of the lightweight ones are only just about ok for a summer shower. I have a Daiwa mission brolly which is ok.... wouldn't say it is light weight but it is lighter than the old Daiwa That I had by quite a lot.....did buy a light weight one from Roger surgry for taking to outdoor events..... absolute rubbish....leaked like a sieve
Key Features These poles will literally last a lifetime Constructed from ¾ inch (19mm) solid lightweight high tensile Aluminium With machine threaded tip, so it is as tough as they come Steel T-Bar for winding into really hard banks Manufactured in the UK – Beware of inferior imitations...
My brolly must be 20 years old, "wavelock nubrolly?"one, heavy but not leaked yet.
The Drennan range of two seem very strong if a little heavy and a bit expensive but the Guru, PI and Matrix versions are lighter and still expensive.
The Daiwa glassfibe ribbed Brollys are lighter than most.