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Full Body Umbrella Keeps People Completely Dry When It Rains

Full Body Umbrella Keeps People Completely Dry When It Rains
Design

In Japan, an everyday item is given a more practical makeover.

Kyana Gordon
  • 2 october 2013

Often times even while walking with an umbrella in hand during an especially, rainy and windy day — you’ll most likely end up getting drenched. In Japan, a full body umbrella guarantees a waterproof experience during a downpour. Spotted by Singapore-based, Kiks Balayon, the practical invention resembles the “Girl in the Bubble” and has extra material to fill gaps and keep rain out. Held by a handle in the center, the umbrellas surrounds its user to keep him or her dry. One thing to wonder about – how does this full body umbrella open and close?

Kiks Balayon

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