A Find: An Always-Dry Umbrella

January 11, 2007 by Courtney
shefinds | Style

What: NanoNuno Umbrella

Why: Rain can put a real damper on your holiday touring if you’re caught unaware. However, we’ve run across the cool new NanoNuno, an umbrella that doesn’t get wet OR dirty in the rain.

One of Time Magazine’s top inventions for 2006, the NanoNuno uses nanotechnology, forcing water and dirt to roll right off. Give it a good shake when you’re done and put it away without worrying about extra water.

Another nifty umbrella advancement? The GustBuster is designed to withstand winds of 55+ mph, thanks to wind-release vents. Read more about this nifty invention at

Now, go play in the rain.

Price: 50 pounds

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