DrillBeach: An Electric Beach Umbrella That Screws Into The Sand
By Ryan on 07/24/2015 8:44 AM
The DrillBeach is an electric umbrella that has an auger on the end of it that is able to drill itself into the sand by the push of a button. Not only that, but since the umbrella has a battery in it, the umbrella offers a USB port where you can charge your phone or tablet. Simply drill the bottom half of the umbrella into the sand, attach the top half of the umbrella onto the bottom half, and get to relaxing on the beach without worrying about your umbrella falling over or getting blown away with the wind. To remove the umbrella simply push the button the other direction and the umbrella's engine will run in reverse and remove itself from the sand.
The DrillBeach uses two fully rechargeable lithium ion battery packs, contains a powerful two-directional electric engine, uses an iron auger with PA& 66 and a GF of 30%, comes with a cotton umbrella on top in an a few different colors to choose from, and the umbrella's pole measures 1.25 inches thick.
The DrillBeach electric umbrella is currently in a funding phase on Kickstarter with an estimated delivery date of December 2015, so go reserve yours now, and be sure to check out the DrillBeach in action via the video below.
- via TheAwesomer
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