Pro umbrella for uncertain conditions ahead

suprellapro umbrella

For the blustery weather that lies ahead, we’re giving away a high-tech umbrella.

The Suprella Pro umbrella is a new take on the traditional brolly – the mechanism opens inside out, which ensures the wet side of the umbrella faces inward when closed, exposing only the dry side. The underside features an image of the blue skies that always lie beyond thunder clouds.

The umbrella should be considered standard issue for any journey in Britain – whatever the time of year. It is a design so effective that it has remained largely unchanged for thousands of years, but the risk of losing one has not diminished over time. On an average day, the lost property office at Transport for London stores 12,000 waiting to be reunited with their owners.

suprellapro umbrella

Win yourself a Suprella Pro umbrella

We have one of these high-tech umbrellas to give away. Leave us a dry comment at the bottom of this page and we will pick a winner next week.

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Comments

  1. Tracey

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    “It’s a big enough umbrella, but it’s always me that ends up getting wet.“

  2. Helen

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    Definitely one to hold onto…

  3. Christopher Kubale

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    Keeping the wet side in when it’s wet outside is a novel way of keeping dry.

  4. Dave

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    Mary Poppins could have done with one of these … super…

  5. TD

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    Keeping the right way up when windy is novel!!

  6. Bryn Gwyndaf Jones

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    Wet outside dry inside – how cool!

  7. Rob

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    To be able to see the blue sky under the umbrella would be so cheering!

  8. Jon Vamplew

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    Pass me the Brolly, Olly said Molly – No pass me the Suprella, outside inside out , said Ella to Nigella.

    Now you can get out of the car and remain dry from the start – stupendous!

  9. Mark Bobbitt

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    Sounds great. Yes please!

  10. Peter Clark

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    Anhydrous. That dry enough? 🙂

  11. steve

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    Mary Poppin’s won’t know what’s hit her when she gets her hands on one of these!

  12. Carol W

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    I love unconventional designs. I’ve not had a brolly that’s been a match for our weather. Would be lovely to put it through its paces 🙂

  13. Richard Scrase

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    My brolly turns itself inside out at the mildest gust

  14. Chris Barker

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    Nothing but blue skies
    From now on…

  15. MARIAN O’REGAN

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    Windproof and drip-free?
    That’s the one for me!

  16. Jamie J

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    Toodle-uma-luma-luma-ay, let it pitter patter, let it pitter patter, I won’t mind the rain…

  17. Yasmin Gregory

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    will I still be poking peoples eyes out because I’m only 5’2″??

  18. Peter G

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    Wow. This is so much better than the old design.

  19. Peter Chisnall

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    Spiffing spitting

  20. David

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    I’ve tried one. A little bulky but they do work well and seem well made.

  21. Mike H

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    Looks like a great solution to the difficulties of getting in and out of the car in the rain with an umbrella.

  22. Darren C

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    I would love to win this for my wife, she always walks to work in all weather conditions. This must have the lowest environmental cost of any commuting option, the only thing that needs replacing (annually) is her shoes!

  23. frank

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    If I get one I’ll be Singing in the Rain 😂

  24. Gillian Watling

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    Ingenious and highly original stuff.

    Thanks ETA

  25. Mark

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    Great idea, I’d love one PLEASE!! 🙂

  26. Stephen D.

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    My family is forever destroying umbrellas. Never had a high tech one before though! We think they look fab.

    Stephen

  27. Gary

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    I’m sure they’ll be all the rage at Wimbledon 2019 😉

  28. Diana Webb

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    I’d feel brolly good not to mention dry with this high tech umbrella.

  29. craig

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    Very neat idea. I hate wet umbrellas lying around getting everything else wet.

  30. Alastair Seagroatt

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    It’s wet up in Scotland, blue sky would be a treat

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