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Senz New Mini Automatic Umbrella - Black

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  • Aerodynamic Wind Resistant Design
  • Asymmetrical Wing Styled Canopy
  • Extra Reinforcing Rib Construction
  • Ergonomically Designed Eye Saver Connectors
  • Weight: 360 grams

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Product Specifications

Height 65 centimetres
Length 92 centimetres
Width 85 centimetres
Weight 360 Grams

Product Description

Automatic open Black Limited Edition Senz Umbrella - folding version. The senz° mini automatic open has a unique frame with variable ribs, which is completely new in the umbrellas industry. The mini automatic open differs itself from the manual senz° mini through the convenient automatic open function; it opens with one push of a button.

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 92 x 85 x 65 cm ; 358 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 399 g
  • Item model number: 1021001
  • ASIN: B004XZAYOA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 April 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,958 in Luggage (See Top 100 in Luggage)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Soho63 on 25 Nov. 2013
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The depth of the umbrella hood is not very deep which meant that whilst it kept the rain off the top of my head, the rain simply blew in my face instead. I had to hold the umbrella very close to my head. I have owned a non automatic Senze umbrella before and didn't experience this problem. I am currently dissapointed. I would prefer a Senze model with a deeper hood that keeps the rain off my face and can be folded and placed in my bag. For just under £50 inc postage and packaging it has has not been worth it the cost.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Anna on 21 Jun. 2011
Yet another umbrella? well NO this is far superior to any other i have owned (and lost!) Top quality materials ,efficient and with easy opening the design is perfect ! keeps my back protected from driving rain, and whilst giving full protection in front also gives me full visibility !! I love this umbrella and believe although costly it to be worth the money invested....I shall be extra vigilant now , would be most upset to loose this Rolls Royce of umbrellas !
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I had a small Fulton umbrella that served me proudly for nearly 7 years, standing up to some of the worst winds and rains. If you know umbrellas, the Fulton is built like a tank, and has some very strong ribbing inside of it.

I'd seen a Senz umbrella for the first time at the Science Museum in London - the Senz Original was what I drooled over (with its strong, unique ABS ribbing) - and had seen their remarkable wind tunnel test videos online. As an engineer, I had found what can only be described as nearly the perfect umbrella. All I needed was a small form of Senz to carry with me in my bag.

So, over the last couple of years, I've been quietly waiting for my Fulton to give up the ghost, and it finally did to a strong wind that compromised it for ever. In order to replace it, I wanted a Senz that would have similar physical size and an automatic open, so the Senz Mini AO is what I ordered.

When it arrived home, I opened both the Senz Mini AO and the Fulton it was replacing side-by-side, and I noticed it had almost exactly the same construction. The shaft was the same 8-sided telescopic structure, the ribs - although of an overall aerodynamic shape on the Senz - were identical battleship quality, and even the cap above the handle and the stopper under the canopy were the same, so for construction this was a good start. Obviously, the Senz canopy is aerodynamic and the Fulton is round, but otherwise they are constructed almost exactly the same.

Minor differences apart from the aerodynamic shape are that the Fulton had cost me £25, and the Senz cost £50. The Fulton had auto-open, AND auto canopy-collapse but the Senz just has auto-open - you have to collapse the canopy yourself by pressing the internal button.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Simon Gosney on 13 Oct. 2013
It's good to support a British business attempting to do something novel and new. On paper this is umbrella does exactly that, taking a long-established design and adapting it in a way that aims to make it better.

Unfortunately, the reality for me was an umbrella that solved one problem whilst creating another. In the time I was using it, I can honestly say that it didn't so much as threaten to blow inside out once. The claims the umbrella designers make about the product's resistance to wind were certainly true in my experience.

The problem was that in achieving it's sleek, wind-resistant form, it sacrificed the core function of an umbrella, that of keeping the person using it dry. I can't remember having an umbrella that resulted in me getting as wet as this one did. Because the sides are so narrow, it meant that my sides were always soaked in a rainstorm, as the umbrella offered little protection. It might not have blown inside out, but I think I would just prefer not to get wet.

After 6 months, I reverted to a more conventional design with a larger canopy. I'm no longer getting wet. I'll take my chances with the new one failing within a year. It was half the price of the Senz umbrella.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By f0rmyp4in on 7 April 2014
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I bought this because I lost my Bugatti umbrella and decided to try out something new.

I liked the idea futuristic design but the product is just not robust enough.
The handle is too short, the front part is too small -> so it rains on your feet when you walk.

I even flipped during some wind and since then does not open fully anymore.
A horrible experience for 50 pounds. And now they won't let me return it because it's been more than 14 days?!?!
It rained for 5 times since I bought it..

Give me back my money!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ali on 22 Dec. 2012
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This umbrella is a little steep an i will perhaps only be able to justify the price if its still in use in 7 years time, at which time i will count it as a great product. It does hold its own in the wind but it is not a magical force field so you will still feel the gusts sending you hither and thither, and while its got some very clever hinges to stop it turning inside out, and you can turn the umbrella for different severity of gusts which I've found helps, it will still drag you in to the road if your not careful. Overall i do like the umbrella and its a marked improvement on the usual throw away assortment but its not perfect.
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