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Heat Umbrella

Umbrella that keeps hands warm
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Like a normal Umbrella but keeps hands warm and is lightweight. It will be what everyone needs. Has been tested at temps below 0 and still keeps hands warm
Chris16, Oct 22 2003


       so the handle heats the hands? could it not radiate heat from the inside of the dome to keep my head warm? what are we using for power? so many questions so little time.
po, Oct 22 2003

       The cold is worse on windy days, so maybe the umbrella could rotate in the wind like a windmill, generating power that could be used to warm the handle and to provide illumination under the umbrella, so that you could read while you walk.
pluterday, Oct 22 2003

       Yes, what power source and how long will it last? In general I like it. +
k_sra, Oct 22 2003

       Wind powered? (+)
st3f, Oct 22 2003

       Welcome to the bakery. (WTAGIPBAN)
krelnik, Oct 23 2003

       I approve of [Mr Burns'] link. I approve of warm umbrellas. Very nice. Very nice indeed.
k_sra, Oct 23 2003


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