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St. Crawford - 3 Section Umbrella,
Vented 56" Double Canopy
$42.95 plus shipping
WHEN ONLY THE BEST, WILL DO!
St Crawford very fashionable umbrella. Fully 56" wide open canopy. Measured straight across the open canopy from tip of rib to the tip of opposite rib. Large enough for two people or just big for your sole comfort. Compact 15" when closed. Weighs about a pound. Auto Open and Auto Close. DOUBLE CANOPY. Black polyester fabric color only. On a windy day if the wind blows up under the canopy it will blow through and not blow the canopy up. See the photo with the hand through the canopy where the wind escapes. WINDPROOF!!! This umbrella also has a 3-stage fiberglass rib cage. Part of the wind proofing system. See the photo of the interior of the umbrella on how the 3 stages work. View all photos. 100% high grade polyester fabric. There is a stylish chrome plated St Crawford London chromed logo on the base of the handle. Very comfortable ergonomically designed palm fitting handle. Easy travel companion.
(Black grain plastic handle). This is a strong storm umbrella.
3 Section Umbrella
56" Arc Canopy/Windproof
Vented Double Canopy
Auto Open & Close
Reinforced Fiberglass Ribs
100% Pongee Polyester
Comes with a cover. 16" Unopened. 1-1/2 Lbs.
St Crawford Umbrella Tote Compact Windproof Auto Open
$34.95 plus shipping
St Crawford 3 Section Umbrella. (3 Section means; frame is collapsible with 3 section ribs.)
44" Wide Open Canopy. About 12" Long Closed.
Auto Open and Close. Very easy to carry, lightweight. Comes with a storage cover.
Reinforced fiberglass ribs.
100% Pongee Fabric.
Comes in five colors; RED, BLUE, GREY, PURPLE & BLACK. You must select a color when ordering. If you don't I'll send BLACK.
St Crawford Umbrella Compact Windproof Auto Open/Close
44" LED LIGHT
LED lighted handle umbrella.Light separates from handle
St Crawford Umbrella Compact Windproof Auto Open/Close 44" LED LIGHT
$34.95 plus shipping
St Crawford LED flashlight 3 Section Umbrella.
(3 Section means: frame is collapsible with 3 sections of ribs.)
44" Wide Open Canopy.
12" Long Closed. About 1 Lb. Super Mini model.
Auto Open and Auto Close. Very easy to carry, lightweight. A highest quality umbrella.
Superbly engineered reinforced. WINDPROOF! Rubberized straight handle. Comfortable grip handle fits in your palm. Six colors are below and the color of the handles of the umbrellas match the color of the umbrella. (Red umbrella-Red handle: Blue umbrella-Blue handle, Etc. (See the handle color photos.) 100% Unquestioned Warranty. High Grade Pongee Polyester Fabric. Comes in six colors: GREY, RED, BLUE, TANISH/BROWN, 2 BLACKS.
Be careful when ordering the BLACK, note there are two handle styles. One has a silver band on the handle and the other has a wooden style band on the handle. WINDPROOF.
Fully operable when you receive it. Easy cheap to replace battery. The LED light on the handle is removable to have a separate flashlight, it unscrews to form a separate hand held flashlight. So there are TWO PARTS to this fine umbrella. DOUBLE USE. You can hold the flashlight, with the string over your wrist, and point it anywhere and still hold the umbrella over you to protect yourself from the rains. When finished with it simply screw it back into the base of the handle. See screw threads in photo. You must select a color when ordering.
Please, be sure to select your color or if black, the handle style. Thank you. WINDPROOF.
The basic umbrella was invented over four thousand years ago. We have seen evidence of umbrellas in the ancient art and artifacts of Egypt, Assyria, Greece, and China. These ancient umbrellas or parasols, were first designed to provide shade from the sun. The Chinese were the first to waterproof their umbrellas for use as rain protection. They waxed and lacquered their paper parasols in order to use them for rain. Origins of the Term Umbrella - The word "umbrella" comes from the Latin root word "umbra", meaning shade or shadow. Starting in the 16th century the umbrella became popular to the western world, especially in the rainy weather of northern Europe. At first it was considered only an accessory suitable for women. Then the Persian traveler and writer, Jonas Hanway (1712-86), carried and used an umbrella publicly in England for thirty years, he popularized umbrella use among men. English gentleman often referred to their umbrellas as a "Hanway."
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