The Nubrella, now on Kickstarter, wants to offer a hands-free rain-repelling alternative to traditional rain gear.
Its Prime Instant Video service again will exclusively stream episodes of the CBS summer sci-fi hit just four days after they air during its second season, as it did for the first.
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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.
There are umbrellas, and then there are awesome geeky umbrellas that play rollicking 8-bit tunes as rain drops on them.
This we're giving away a sleek carrying case that's perfect for tablets and e-readers. And we're tossing in a stylish umbrella for good measure.
Thanko wants to keep you cool in humid summer rain with this fan-packing rain protector.
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 foldable brolly with an attached flashlight has a single LED at the base of the handle to illuminate the ground you step on.
When you slide the knob up, the bendable plastic arms of the canopy extend outward, resembling a growing bean sprout.