Umbrella Jacket – Bluecrate

JACKET UMBRELLA

“It’s an umbrella!”

“It’s a jacket!”

“No, it’s the Umbrella Jacket!”

This Umbrella Jacket is the ultimate weather-protecting product.  Just pop it over your head and keep rain-free while remaining hands-free! Sizing: Small for young children, Medium for teens, Large for Adults

S:90cm-130cm    M:130cm-155cm    L:155cm-180cm

OUR GUARANTEE

We truly believe we have some of the best products in the world, and we want to make sure we back that up with a risk-free ironclad 45-day guarantee.

If you don’t have a positive experience for ANY reason, we will do WHATEVER it takes to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your purchase. Buying items online can be a daunting task, so we want you to realize that there is absolutely ZERO risk in buying something and trying it out.  If you don’t like it, no hard feelings we’ll make it right.  We have 24/7/365 Ticket and Email

Source: Umbrella Jacket – Bluecrate


TAFC COMMENT: Yeah, I wonder how they’re going to make it right? A little too vague on their guarantee in my view.

I can see bumping into other people happening with that umbrella. Only room for one person on a bus stop bench. Who was there first?

Knocking old people down on the sidewalk as they run to catch their bus?

Both hands are free, to hold packages, books, purse, whatever. Then what happens when they have to take the jacket off? Place the bags and purse on the ground, make a mess, especially if in a hurry.

Taking it off, putting it on every time they enter or leave the car or bus or building, makes it look like hands-free isn’t freedom at all.

Oh, so keep it on inside buildings. In elevators too? Offices? Waiting rooms. I can see where that’s going. Walking down hallways? Everybody veers to clear the way for you? They won’t do that for long.

I guess the only positive feature is it will give you back your space.

Didn’t they think of all this?

She poked me in the eye with it. It’s a contraption. Define: a machine or device that appears strange or unnecessarily complicated, and often badly made or unsafe.

What about all the obese people in the world? Does Blue Crate make umbrella jackets for them too?

Why not forget the hoop? What are they trying to do, catch the rain? It’s a half a rain coat, that definitely shouldn’t make it to the mass production line, but looks like it already did.

Lawyers will be lining up to take these lawsuits.






 

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