Umbrella - Uses Other Than Weather Protection - Type

Type

As different functions and features, umbrellas refers to windproof umbrella, rain umbrella, sun umbrella(parasol), beach umbrella, patio umbrella, folding umbrella, pencil umbrella, auto open and close umbrella, and advertising umbrella.

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