Lulu Guinness

Stripy Kooky Cat Tiny Umbrella

Was £28.00

Now £16.80

Stripy Kooky Cat Tiny Umbrella

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Stripy Kooky Cat Tiny Umbrella

Was £28.00

Now £16.80

  • Description

    The Stripy Kooky Cat Tiny Umbrella will slip easily into any bag with its ultra compact and lightweight design. Featuring a wind resistant frame with fibreglass inserts for extra strength and a pinch-proof runner, this cute and playful accessory will brighten up even the greyest of days.

  • Product Details

    • Tiny umbrella featuring Lulu's new Stripy Kooky Cat design.
    • In collaboration with Fulton umbrellas (suppliers to the Queen!).
    • Cassis square shaped handle.
    • Extremely lightweight and slim aluminium frame construction with a black base. Flexible frame to enhance wind resistance.
    • Special rustproof, reinforced frame and super lightweight performance polyester fabric.
    • Height: 15.0cm
    • Width: 87.0cm
    • Depth: 3.0cm
    • Weight: 0.16kg
  • Shipping Details

    UK mainland - £4.95
    (2-3 working days)
    Northern Ireland & ROI - £15
    (3-5 working days)
    Europe - £25
    (5-7 working days)
    ROW - £41
    (5-7 working days)

    Please note that during busy times (such as Christmas and Sale), UK orders will be dispatched within 5 to 7 working days.

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Customer Reviews

  • Gorgeous

    Compact and cute. Gorgeous design and just in time for the rain storms.

    Lauren Jordan

    (12th July 2017)

  • Fabulous

    This was a birthday present for a friend, she absolutely adored it

    valerie boyd

    (3rd March 2017)




    (5th August 2016)

  • Super cute and does the job

    I love the size - I've had other umbrella's in the same "tiny" specifications and they are perfect for fitting in my handbag, and more compact when they are up. The design is really cute! It goes up easily and hasn't had any problems with wind (so far).
    The only critical comment I have is that the cover isn't really needed. Once it comes off I struggle to get it back on again so they tend to go unused.

    Laura Pediani

    (3rd August 2016)