Rainbow Brite

Rain Activated Color Changing Umbrella Suck UK

What It Is: Call me crazy, but I fully believe that a fun umbrella can almost make the rain bearable. Or at least, make you feel okay about that trudge from your office to the car or bus stop when it’s pouring. Like it or not, one of Canada’s rainier seasons is en route, and I’ve picked out one adorable umbrella to make those dreary days that much brighter. Be your own rainbow with this colour changing umbrella. Pre-rain, it looks like a simple black umbrella with white drops on it. Cue the downpour and suddenly those droplets turn into a myriad of rainbow hues. So pretty – and fun for passersby to watch!

Who It’s For: Your commuting spouse to make their trek home a little more enjoyable. Your attending college niece, to make those cross-campus walks more bearable. Your bad luck buddy, that always seems to get caught in the rain and could use another umbrella in their life.

What It Costs: $39

Where It’s At: Amazon.ca

BONUS entry into yesterday’s In a Dark, Dark Wood giveaway. Tell me in the comments below what you think of this fun gift idea. Do you have a fave umbrella?

20 Responses to “Rainbow Brite”
  1. SandyS says:

    Embrace the nasty weather with a super looking umbrella to LIFT your spirits.

  2. Heather Swanson says:

    I have a fav cat umbrella

  3. Rachel C. says:

    I think this is a cute umbrella! I get lots of rain where I live, so making things a little more fun and lighthearted is always welcome!

  4. Karen says:

    This is a very cool umbrella!!

  5. Aimee says:

    My kids would’ve this umbrella. They actually like rainy days just to bring an umbrella to school. I don’t have a favorite one.

  6. intensev5 says:

    I have a favourite colourful umbrella that I always leave in my car for rainy days.

  7. kiraali says:

    I have two favourite umbrellas! One was a gift from my grandmother and the other I purchased, but both are from Japan — it seems they make good umbrellas there as the gifted one has lasted me at least more than half my lifetime now.

  8. Joan G. says:

    I like the design – I don’t have an umbrella that I call my favourite.

  9. Lindsey says:

    I don’t even own an umbrella!

  10. Susan Patterson says:

    I have some old umbrella, but none that I really like. I always take a umbrella away on holidays just in case. However, we have not been on a holiday in a long time. I think this gift is a great idea!

  11. Christine Holliday says:

    This is a “happy” umbrella! The one I have at the moment kinda matches rain…sad 😦

  12. mousecat says:

    I think this would be a great umbrella!!

  13. cookie3 says:

    I love this umbrella. Yes, I have one at home a folding one but it’s on it’s last legs & needs to be replaced by something fun such as this.

  14. Rhonda B. says:

    I have never had a fave umbrella. I like this one because of all the colours. I would buy this.

  15. I think it’s very nice and a wonderful gift for someone

  16. Anne Derkat says:

    I love funky umbrellas. My favourite one is one that looks like it is made from newspapers that I won from – you guessed it – our local newspaper.

  17. Susan T. says:

    This is super cute! I don’t have an umbrella because when we get rain here in the Rockies it comes with a wicked wind that no umbrella could live through! Lol!

  18. katydidit21 says:

    I love this umbrella! My favourite umbrella had the Monet Waterlilies print on it. It lasted quite a while?

  19. Kelly H says:

    i like it! i’m actually in the market for a new umbrella.. hmm…

  20. Susan says:

    I think this umbrella could indeed brighten up a rainy day. Love the colour changing properties!

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