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Fun fact: while Swaine Adeney Brigg is primarily known for its leather goods they recently made Colin Firth's deadly brolly in the film Kingsman: The Secret Service. The Tandem Umbrella design brings about a classic case of “why didn’t we think of that sooner”? If you’ve tried to fit two people under an umbrella before, you know that somebody is going to get wet. The Tandem Umbrella solves this by adding two shafts and two canopies, woven together to allow a rain-bound couple to have equal protection. We’re curious, though– how does the Tandem Umbrella collapse? The Stand Umbrella View in gallery

To celebrate the value of the umbrella in modern life, here is TheCoolist’s list of 20 amazing, creative and futuristic umbrellas that have taken this classic invention into wild new frontiers. The Pileus Internet Umbrella Projects the Web View in gallery

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On average, it rains 133 days a year in Britain. That is just over one-third of each year that we spend battling through the torrents with our umbrellas. This makes it all the more surprising that the humble umbrella is not considered a lifelong investment in the way our shoes, bags or watches are. Having a sturdy umbrella on hand can save you valuable time sheltering under restaurant canopies, or from having your hair ruined by the inevitable downpour.

There’s nothing worse than being dry in the rain– or so believe the producers of the Flask Umbrella. Visually, this puppy may not stand up to the rest of the umbrellas on this list, but its’ unassuming appearance is what makes it so effective. Twist away the handle on this umbrella to reveal a tube flask, in which you can pour any matter of libation from whisky to wine. This one isn’t bad to have around on a rainy day… While you could splurge on the rare light umbrella, you could also just make one yourself. The people at Instructables have a guide on how to turn your basic umbrella into an LED-lit masterpiece. Grab yourself an umbrella, some LEDs and a working understanding of electronics, you can wire up one hell of a cool umbrella on the cheap. The Contracting “Polite Umbrella” View in gallery View in gallery

We’ve all been there– you’re walking in the rain and wind, struggling to control your umbrella and then your phone rings. Can you spare a free hand? With the Bluetooth Umbrella, you can. The handle of the Bluetooth Umbrella features a touchscreen display with a caller ID, a speaker and mic to communicate with your caller and a radio receiver. While Bluetooth mobile accessories have become a fashion faux pas, this one is functional enough to justify a few of your hard-earned dollars. Or you could just wait until you arrive at your destination and then take the call… The Senz Smart Umbrella View in gallery To help you decide which umbrella is best for you, we have compiled a list of the very best British umbrella brands in operation today, and how their unique styles can make a little show of rain rather fun. Read about them below: Best Brands At A Glance

Even the largest traditional umbrellas can’t keep you dry in rains mixed with heavy winds. In cities like Chicago, the rain comes at you sideways– and the designer of the Superbrella has an idea that’ll keep you dry in the toughest of rainy climates. The Superbrella is made of five clear umbrellas– one on top and four in each cardinal direction. In the four corner triangles that were not covered by the umbrellas, the designer has inserted a patch with a rain-proof hole that allows for aeration. Grab yourself a Superbrella and a pair of tall rain boots– you’ll stay dry in the toughest of rains. Of course, they're pretty stylish too. London Undercover caters its products toward quality conscious individuals, and given its recent history of collaborations with the likes of Vans, Fred Perry and Carhartt, the brand clearly understands how to deliver contemporary takes on a quintessential British accessory. The Sword Umbrellas can be summed up in just two words: bad ass. While the canopy here is the same as your traditional umbrella, the handle sets these apart in a fun, rather violent way. While they can’t be used as weapons like the Umbuster above can, these Sword Umbrellas certainly look the fit. Buy one of these, and I’ll dare you to try and not swing it around making sword fight noises with your mouth. The Inside-Out Umbrella View in galleryThe Inside-Out Umbrella doesn’t leave a watery mess behind as it dries, it brings the remaining water with it. Once you’ve ended your rainy day commute, this umbrella won’t soak the floor where it rests– it folds into itself and creates a bag which carries the rain water that once covered it. At work or at home, this remaining water dries without leaving a mess. The Gunbrella View in gallery View in gallery Wouldn’t it be nice if your umbrella could warn you not to leave home without it? This one can. The weather forecasting umbrella connects to your home (or office’s) wi-fi connection to deliver real-time weather data. This data is displayed by an illuminated translucent handle that glows blue when rain is approaching. When you’re on your way out the door, just glance at this umbrella and you’ll be forewarned whether or not you’ll need to bring this baby with you. The Cloud Umbrella View in gallery If you don’t have room for a mini-umbrella but have a green heart that desires to reuse, reuse, reuse, this little tool might be your type. The Eco Brolly or “unbrella” is a plastic frame, shaft and handle that attaches to a newspaper to provide temporary coverage from the rain. Hard or long rains may cut through this one pretty easily, but we still admire this designer’s resourcefulness. Brigg Malacca Flask – Gentleman’s Umbrella View in gallery

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