- Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
- ASIN: B081DCPCCT
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 12 November 2019
- Customer Reviews: 382 customer ratings
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Folds in. Keeps drips away. Don’t let ordinary folding umbrellas and their drippy messes win! Stay on the dry side with our smartly designed InBrella...where innovation meets style. This extraordinary umbrella closes inside out, keeping water away from you. The auto close feature makes folding the umbrella a breeze with the press of a button; no more annoying wet clothes on trips in andout of the car. Once closed, the InBrella stands upright on its own, so you don't have to worry about what to do with it when you don’t need it. And, the quirky under-canopy prints will bring a permanent smile to your face on those dreary days.
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The totes difference
Armed with intuitive features like easy-to-hold handles and fuss-free tie straps, totes umbrellas outsmart the rain. Strong but lightweight, they’re engineered to last through storm after storm.
- Smart design features
- Trendy shades and prints
- Fashionable and functional
- Durable and reliable
The totes InBrella: Folds in. Keeps drips away
Goodbye ordinary umbrellas, hello totes InBrella. This reverse-close umbrella's revolutionary design folds inward with the outer canopy away from you, so you'll never have to deal with a wet umbrella again. That means no more annoying wet clothes on trips in and out of the car-the totes InBrella closes in less than a second with the touch of a button.
When you're out of the rain, The totes InBrella stands smartly on its own so you won't have to worry about what to do with it when it's not in use
- Keeps water away from you and your clothes
- Brightens your rainy days with cheery, under canopy prints
- Closes with the push of a button
- Stands on its own when not in use
Colour: Honey Leopard
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Top international reviews
Las nubes al apreciarlas de cerca se les nota como ilustraciones y no realistas, pero no por ello considerarlo esto como un defecto, más bien es parte de su diseño!
Funciona muy bien y al momento de desplegarla no se siente nada forzada y se ajusta muy bien a su tope al mantenerla abierta!
Material de calidad: resistente
- the auto close feature is great and works as advertised
- the design is great and makes it so easy to get in the car during the rain (tried it in a storm and it was great
- the quality is pretty good. Better than other inverted umbrellas that aren't kazbrella but not as nice as my old totes stick umbrella. (I think the regular kazbrella is probably nicer as well)
- I wish it was bigger. It's definitely not 47". My measure came to 41.
- I wish it came in better colors.
My end choice was between this and the kazbrella. I chose this one because it was supposed to be bigger and had an auto close feature. Not bigger but the auto close is a win. Especially when I'm carrying a ton of stuff (and I always am). I don't recommend the clear though. It's a little flimsy.
- Matches every outfit
- Can withstand 25mph winds and NOT flip inside out (unlike my roommates cheap Wal-Mart umbrella)
- Easy to see the cyclists who almost run into you (Because it's clear!)
- Really pretty to watch the rainfall and not get it in your eyes
- People look at you in amazement when it reverse opens
- It makes a great self-defence weapon in a pinch
- Just a little too small, when I walk without any bags it's perfect but when I have my bookbag it gets soaked
- Can't use it to hide your face when you trip and fall into a massive puddle (Again, because it's clear)
- Can withstand 25mph winds by catching the wind and pulling you backwards 10 feet down the sidewalk
I love my umbrella! It's definitely worth the money (and that's coming from a broke college kid). I had to walk to work in a tropical storm with 25mph + winds and it held together perfectly! My only warning is that because it's so strong, it'll sometimes catch the wind and, if you're short and small like I am, It'll yank you backwards a few good feet, but it won't flip inside out!
1- If you fold it up the water it's collected inside is going to go somewhere. Right onto the floor of your car or your home if you turn it "down". The water not dripping all over you as you enter your car or the doorway of a building is a bonus but the water is still there and isn't going anywhere anytime soon unless you tip it out.
2- The most fragile part of the umbrella when folded is the part furthest from the handle. On most full-size umbrellas there's a spikey-end that's pretty strong, it can be put on the floor with the umbrella leaning against a wall or even used as a walking stick. Not this umbrella! Don't even think about putting the slightest weight on it or even standing it up in a corner. I always hang mine from the handle (which of course tips all the water out of it – that's good to dry the thing out, bad if you just dumped a quart of water onto your host's fancy wood floor).
If I remain careful with it when storing the thing I expect it will last a very long time. I'd buy another one and probably will one of these days but I do like the ultra-compact umbrellas which will fit in my shoulder bag and the big ones that aren't fragile; neither of which will dump water out all over my car's floorboards.