Samurai Sword Handle Umbrella
"The rain falls softly. The samurai draws his sword. Look, an umbrella. Either we just made it up, or that Haiku dates to around the 14th century. It is a little known fact that Samurai also carried umbrellas. Much as they later had to disguise their swords as canes, so they disguised their umbrellas as swords. In fact, there was one skilled umbrella maker who all the Samurai relied on for their Sword Handle Umbrellas. His name has been buried in the sands of time, but his plans have been preserved. And now, it is with great pleasure that we offer to you, the Samurai Sword Handle Umbrella. Glide it out of its nylon sheath. Hold it by its space-age plastic handle. Feel the balance. This is the umbrella you never knew you always wanted. No one will mess with you with this slung across your back, and even the rain will shudder when you pull it out. For, apart from looking unbelievably awesome, the Samurai Sword Handle Umbrella is a dang fine umbrella. It comes in full Katana size and travel Tanto size - for however you need to pack it.It will keep you dry and the envy of your friends. Precipitation doesn't stand a chance. Samurai Sword Handle Umbrella A really sturdy umbrella with the handle of a samurai sword. In fullisized ""Katana"" and travel-sized ""Tanto."" Push button opening. Nylon ""scabbard"" included - (Katana size has adjustable shoulder strap). Dimensions: Katana: 38.75"" long x 41"" opened diameter Tanto: closed: 16""; opened: approx. 27.25"" long x 38"" diameter"
Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
Early in the 21st Century, the Tyrell Corporation advanced robot evolution into the Nexus phase - a being virtually identical to a human - known as a Replicant. They're all around you, even now. That guy next to you? He's a Replicant. How do we know? He's walking the streets in the rain with no umbrella. That, and he failed the Voight-Kampff. In the pre-apocalyptic future, the air will be so thick, it will be dark in the middle of the day. Coupled with the almost constant rain, you'll need to find a way to stay dry and light your way to the noodle shop down the street. Even if you don't live in a quasi-futuristic Los Angeles and you aren't a Blade Runner, you can still have the coolest umbrella on the street. With a push of a button, the shaft lights up, illuminating you and your path. Now, even in the darkest of nights, you're a lot more visible to the cars on the street, making your long walk home through the rain a lot safer.