UV Protection Travel Umbrella
UV Protection Travel Umbrella
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UV Protection Travel RPET Sun Umbrella
Portable and functional, your UV-Blocker UV Travel Sun Umbrella is a vital part of the fight against skin cancer. Its patented design resists sun damage (UPF 55+), yet it is small, easy to use, and light enough to fit into a carry-on bag or suitcase.
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This is our best selling Sun Umbrella it's perfect for people on the go and will protect you from the harmful UV Rays.
- UPF 55+ Sun Protection
- Keeps you 15 Degrees Cooler
- Blocks 99% UVA and UVB Rays
- Dermatologist Recommended
- Approved by the Melanoma International Foundation
- It also can be used as a rain umbrella.
- In stock and ready to ship the next business day.
- 30 DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
- One year warranty
Material: Made with Solarteck™ sun blocking material that will block 99% of the UVA and UVB Rays.
Canopy: Patented Vented Mesh System™ allows wind to pass between the upper and lower canopies, making this UV-Blocker umbrella durable and breathable design that will keep you 15 degrees cooler.
Canopy Color: Outside Reflective Silver and inside Dark Blue for better UV absorption.
|Arc Size:||44 Inches|
|Weight:||1 lb. 5 Ounces|
|Folded Down Size:||17.5 Inches|
|Shaft Length:||21 Inches|
|Handle Size:||3.5 Inches|
When on vacation, golfing or strolling on the beach, our folding umbrella is a portable solution to protect you from overheating, getting your eyes burned or any skin damage.
What is the difference between the UV-Blocker Folding Umbrella?
The Compact UV umbrella has a smaller handle, folds down to a smaller size, and is meant for occasional use. If you need an umbrella for a shorter period, then the compact one is good to go.
The Travel UV umbrella has a more oversized, more comfortable handle and more robust frame. If you are traveling to a place where you will need the umbrella for a longer period of time, then this one is well-suited for your needs.
The Large Folding UV umbrella has a larger, more comfortable handle, heavy-duty frame, and can cover two people. If you plan to go with someone to a beach or any other place, this umbrella is an ideal option.
|Compact Umbrella||Travel Umbrella||Large Folder|
|Arc Size:||42 inches||44 inches||58 inches|
|Weight:||15 ounces||1 lb. 5 oz.||1 lb. 11 oz.|
|Folded Down:||11.5 inches||17.5 inches||20 inches|
|Diameter:||39 inches||37 inches||48 inches|
|Shaft Length:||21 inches||21 inches||21 inches|
|Handle Size:||2.5 inches||3.5 inches||3.5 inches|
What Leading Dermatologists Are Saying About the UV-Blocker Umbrella.
My patients routinely ask me about other UV-protective options besides sunscreen
“My patients routinely ask me about other UV-protective options besides sunscreen and sun avoidance. Now, I have another fantastic option for my patients. Being a UV-Blocker umbrella user myself, this travel umbrella has many purposes besides rain protection. I highly recommend the UV-Blocker umbrella to you and your family for its compactness, ease of use and storage, durability, coolness, and most importantly, its sun protection against skin cancer and premature aging.”
Dr. David A. Kasper, DO Dermatology & Skin Cancer Institute - Lansdale, PA
It’s not just the Baby Boomers who I have been treating for sun-related skin damage
“It’s not just the Baby Boomers who I have been treating for sun-related skin damage including skin cancer. I have seen an increasing number of younger individuals with varying degrees of UV-related skin problems…problems that are most often preventable. I spend vacation time with my grandchildren on Rehoboth Beach in Delaware. The first items we pack are our UV-Blocker Beach Umbrellas. I have been recommending them to my patients for years.”
Dr. Andrea Buck, DO Burlington County Dermatology - Medford NJ
An all-to-common result of exposure to the sun is actinic keratosis, I highly recommend the...
“An all-to-common result of exposure to the sun is actinic keratosis. Usually affecting older adults, it can develop on the face, lips, ears, back of hands, forearms, scalp, and neck. The rough, scaly skin patch enlarges slowly and can eventually become cancerous. The UV-Blocker umbrella is one of the most effective defenses against this type of sun damage on the market today. I highly recommend it to patients who spend time outdoors in sunny conditions.”
Dr. Aradhna Saxena, MD Dermatology & Skin Cancer Institute - Fort Washington, PA