When you open your umbrella to create a temporary shelter against rain, snow or sun rays, it forms a dome. The dome protects you against several weather elements by providing a shade that cuts off UV light or water from the rain. When closing a regular umbrella, you have to pull the dome-shaped cover down.
The difference between the regular umbrella and the reversible umbrella is that, instead of closing downwards, it closes upwards. When closing the dome, the reverse umbrella creates an upward cone. There are many reasons why a reverse umbrella is popular. The fact the umbrella closes in an upward manner means that it can be used in small spaces.
Easy Opening And Closing In Small Spaces
This umbrella is ideal for closing and opening in small spaces. You can easily use the reverse umbrella in public without disrupting other people. Unlike the regular umbrella– which is difficult to unfold in a crowd, this umbrella creates an upward cone when unfolding hence reducing the chances of poking the surrounding people.
The reverse umbrella is also ideal when you are getting out of your car during rain. You do not get any water falling on you since it can easily open in a small space. The reverse umbrella will help you get in and out of your car during rain or get into the house without getting wet.