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An unusual grip makes the Brolly umbrella a good wet-weather companion for people looking for shelter from the storm and a dry spot to send text messages.
Vodafone's Booster Brolly recharges your phone and boosts your signal, even in darkest Festivalshire, and all while keeping your hair dry.
Vodafone claims the prototype umbrella will charge a smartphone in less than three hours thanks to a USB port in the handle. It debuts at the U.K.'s Isle of Wight music festival.
The iBrolly combines the ultimate rain-sheltering convenience of the umbrella with the entertainment of a portable music system. Don't miss this unique new product from LanxTech
The foldable brolly with an attached flashlight has a single LED at the base of the handle to illuminate the ground you step on.
When it's raining and your hands are tied up, you can wrap the handle of this brolly under and around your shoulder.
For this concept brolly, a steady stream of air is sucked in from the bottom of the shaft and then released out the top. The result is an invisible canopy of air that shields you from the downpour.
The Nubrella, now on Kickstarter, wants to offer a hands-free rain-repelling alternative to traditional rain gear.
At the ginormous Glastonbury music fest, it's all about dancing and other such kinetics. Vodafone supplies shorts that turn movement into power, and sleeping bags that do the same with body heat.
X-ray film is not cheap, and you'll need 24 large ones to complete this do-it-yourself project. So you may end up with a brolly that's unique (after all, no one else can have the same fracture), but at a cost.