Saturday, September 14, 2019

Rainbrella Golf Umbrella and Grabber Hand Warmers Review

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It was a quite chilly and very rainy Saturday with the youth baseball tournament games in full swing. With no time for make-up games, the games had to be played. This resulted in wet & chilly ball players and even wetter parents in the stands and on the sidelines.

I was working at Ace Hardware in our small Iowa community that day. As the wet morning wore on, we were inundated with parents coming in to purchase umbrellas and hand warmers.  Before noon, we had completely sold out of the Rainbrella Golf umbrellas and the Grabber Hand Warmers. 


Rainbrella Golf Umbrella


Rainbrella Golf Umbrella

These large umbrellas by Rainbrella (available in 42 inch and 60 inch diameter) are perfect for golf outings and any other sporting event (such as our local youth baseball tournament). The umbrellas are multi-colored and collapsible. 

Large umbrellas can definitely save the day and these Rainbrella umbrellas were much appreciated by the kids and parents alike at the ball park on this particular day. 


Grabber Hand Warmers



Grabber Hand Warmers

An assistant coach to one baseball team came in to Ace and bought dozens of 2-pair packages of the Grabber Hand Warmers for the kids sitting in the dugouts waiting for their turn at bat and on the field.  He told me the boys' hands were freezing and he needed to keep them warm so they could play.

These portable heat in the palm of your hand Air-activated Grabber Hand Warmers keep hands and fingers toasty for over 7 hours. No shaking or kneading required; just open the package and put the Warmers in your glove or pocket for a few minutes to start the process. All Grabber Warmers are designed for one-time, disposable use. 


Summary


While the umbrellas and hand warmers worked out well for our youth baseball games, they are also very handy for other outdoor sporting events such as football games. Plus, they are perfect for hunters and fishermen on similar cold and wet days. So best to stock up ahead of time and not wait until bad weather forces a run on them.  Since we were the only store in our small town carrying these umbrellas and hand warmers, we sold out quickly. 

These products are available in a number of places, such as Ace Hardware, Walmart and online at Amazon.






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8 comments:

  1. These are some great ideas for youth sports and I can see many other applications as well. Thanks for the review.

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    1. Thanks for visiting, Mary Beth. Hunting is a popular sport here too and these hand warmers especially are helpful items to have.

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  2. I can vouch for both of these items as well :) - my son has a golf umbrella and we have a supply of hand warmers for the winter. The hand warmers are very handy indeed.

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    1. Yes, hand warmers are always a good item to have for a variety of events (sports, hunting, fishing). There are even toe warmers available... LOL. One can never be too warm when outside enjoying favorite sports in cold weather.

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  3. Oh those hand warmers are the greatest invention ever. My hands are always cold and when winter or inclement weather hits, they are even colder. I don't go anywhere without some of these warmers on hand (pardon the pun). The golf umbrellas are great when walking with someone who has mobility issues. There is room for both of you and their walker or cane.

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    1. Hand warmers really are very practical when you have to be outside on cold days and umbrellas are always useful. Tis the season of collage football games and, while right now we have lovely Fall weather, before the football season is over, fans will be sitting in the stands on cold and snowy days in many places. So stocking up on hand warmers (and taking along an umbrella) is always good preparation for any event. Thanks for visiting, Olivia.

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  4. I do love the larger umbrellas, especially when there are several of us together and only one of us remembers to bring our umbrella. Those hand warmers seem like a necessity during the cold weather months whether it is raining or not. I could easily imagine how awesome they would be to have on-hand (pun intended) when scraping ice from a windshield. So glad those little teammates were able to get some warm relief thanks to their coach!

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    1. Always helpful to have items that keep you warm and dry. Thanks for visiting, Sylvestermouse.

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