Unbreakable Umbrella Doesn’t Feature A Twist Ending

Unbreakable Umbrella (Images courtesy Real Self-Defese LLC)
By Andrew Liszewski

Is it irresponsible to spend $180 on an umbrella? Normally I’d say yes, but my opinion has changed since discovering the Unbreakable Umbrella. While you might think its ‘unbreakable’ design is to prevent it from getting damaged in strong winds, it’s actually been engineered so that it can survive a good beating, if you know what I mean. (“Whacks just as strong as a steel pipe…” as the website puts it.) And because it looks like your run-of-the-mill umbrella, you won’t be questioned if you carry it through security checkpoints.

Our Unbreakable Umbrella has no unusual parts, no more metal than an average umbrella, it does not arouse suspicion, can be carried legally everywhere where any weapons are prohibited, unlike a walking stick it does not cause strange looks if carried by an able-bodied person, and it does protect from rain. Anyone who can use a stick for defense can use this umbrella.

Do you know how to swing a baseball bat? Do you know how to strike with a sturdy stick? If you do, you know all you need to know…

But if you’re still not convinced it’s worth $179.95, I’ve included a video after the jump showing the Unbreakable Umbrella going through various tests. Needless to say, you won’t ever consider watermelons to be a threat again.

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2 thoughts on “Unbreakable Umbrella Doesn’t Feature A Twist Ending”

  1. But does it get destroyed if I try and use it as an umbrella on a windy day? Does it avoid me the embarrassment of being blown inside out by a gust of wind?

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