Posted 21 June 2017 - 10:08 AM
Why not just fix you're faulty umbrella?
I've fixed mine (a couple of struts broke) by using chopsticks as replacement struts, and gaffer taping them into place at either end of the break.
Then the ends of another strut came away from the housing on the outside edge of the umbrella. Easy fix, a bit of bonsai wire threaded through the eyelets, twist with pliers, trim the ends, and good to go again.
I've always said, that whoever can make a golf umbrella that doesn't break ..... will make millions.
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