The Walking Stick Umbrella
A Walking Stick Umbrella. You’re probably thinking “sounds great . . . an umbrella you can use as a walking stick . . but what happens when it rains?” Good point, but we have covered that.
The robust black steel walking stick slides out of the shaft of the umbrella so that you can use both at the same time – very clever!
This really is a very sturdy black steel combined umbrella shaft and a walking stick with an ergonomic, rubberized ‘pistol grip’ handle.
The overall length of the umbrella with a walking stick, including the chunky black rubber ferrule, is approx 90 cm (35.5 inches)
When it rains, open the umbrella to reveal a recessed chrome button. Press the button to release the inner walking stick.
When the strong, light 8 paneled umbrella is separated from the walking stick it has an overall length of approx. 70 cm from the handle to the tip.
The umbrella has a steel frame with individually sprung stretchers, strong, flexible black fibreglass spokes (ribs), rounded metal spoke tips and a canopy width of 94 cm / 37 inches approx. Straight/vertical carry weight up to 80 kg.
The detachable inner walking stick is approx. 85 cm long.
When the rain stops, you slide the inner walking stick back into the umbrella shaft, click it back into place and close the umbrella. Quick and easy!
Total product weight 400g approx.