December 12, 2009
Christmas is right around the corner and you’re still looking for that perfect gift for that special person in your life. What better way to show you care than to protect them from the dangerous rays of the sun and give them a UV Travel Umbrella from UV-Blocker.
This quality UV Protection Umbrella offers the highest UV protection and quality of any other umbrella in the market. It blocks 99% of the sun’s harmful UV rays and has a 55+ UPF rating. The UV Umbrella provided by UV-Blocker is made of a specially treated Solartech fabric which reflects most of the sun’s dangerous UV rays and keeps you up to 15 degrees cooler in any sunlight.
This is the perfect gift for anyone on your list because it is practical, portable and functional. It’s patented design resists sun damage and works perfectly in the wind and rain as well. It is so easy to use and light enough to fit into a carry-on bag or suitcase which makes it perfect for travel.
The #1 Patented Vented Mesh System lets the wind pass between the upper and lower canopies, making the UV-Blocker umbrellas very stable during high winds. This prevents inversion and makes this a great umbrella for wind and rain as well.
When looking for the best UV protection umbrella for your gift giving needs, it’s important to be aware of what you are buying. There are cheap imitations available that promise to protect from the sun’s damaging rays. However, the UV Travel Umbrellas offered by UV-Blocker are tested and proven to offer the best protection available today. In addition, UV-Blocker offers a one year money back guarantee if their UV umbrellas do not live up to their specifications.
So, when shopping for that perfect gift this holiday season, you can’t go wrong with a UV Protection Umbrella. It’s the perfect gift for family and friends and are available now at http://www.UV-Blocker.com.
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