This high-quality folding umbrella exudes high-tech electronic wizardry with its "transistorized" design. I picked this up in Akihabara, Japan. Makes a great XMAS gift for the Maker or iEEE in your...Read More…
This high-quality folding umbrella exudes high-tech electronic wizardry with its "transistorized" design. I picked this up in Akihabara, Japan. Makes a great XMAS gift for the Maker or iEEE in your life.
It is a folding umbrella with colorful electronic parts characters decorated! It is!
Resistors and capacitors, coils, connectors, switches and the like various characters are are in the here and there, too cute I toe ( ' `Zhi )! It is!
Pongee is used for the fabric. It is a soft feel like intermediate between cotton and polyester.
In addition, if you are stuck in possession, it comes with a face of kuralab.! Σ (° Д °) Nantes !! It appears to be a simple black brolly decorated with colorful diodes and amps, but a closer look reveals that all the electronic components are cute, friendly characters.Even the handle has a smiley face.
Japanese customers love this item so much that some of them prefer not to take it out in the rain. (If you do take it out for a spin, it folds and fits easily into a bag or briefcase when not in use.)
From the up-and-coming Japanese design group Kuralab.
Dimensions: 9.1 inches (230mm) long when collapsed; 35.4-inch (900mm) diameter when open.
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