Lumadot LED Umbrella Keeps You Dry And Cool

Posted: Apr 14 2010, 6:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:48am CDT , in Shopping Tips


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The Lumadot LED Umbrella is available at ThinkGeek for $29.99.

When it rains everyone needs an umbrella to use to stay dry. It’s a given that there are many sizes and styles of umbrellas to choose from. But what if on a dark rainy night you not only had an umbrella but you had light to help guide you on your way. Could there be such a thing?

Yes, there can and it’s called the Lumadot LED Umbrella. It not only keeps you dry and out of the rain it has hundreds of fiber optic light dots covering the canopy of it. To make it even cooler they glow blue and can be turned on or off or be steady or blinking. Now you can stay dry and see the way if it happens to be dark.

The Lumadot LED Umbrella requires 3 x AAA batteries to glow. This is a unique and fun idea that is sure to catch people’s attention. Now you can be the star of the rainy night with your glowing umbrella. This would make a great gift with Mother’s Day not to far off or just buy one for yourself because they look so cool.

The Lumadot LED Umbrella is available at ThinkGeek for $29.99.

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