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The Vegetabrella Proves that Veggies are Practical

 - May 31, 2012
References: inventorspot & ubergizmo
The Vegetabrella is a deceptively disguised rain protector, impersonating a head of delicious lettuce. This adorable produce-inspired parasol won't provide you with your daily serving of veggies, but it's sure to keep you sheltered and dry from the rain. This whimsical and peculiar product will add a dash of color and brighten even the cloudiest of days.

When this umbrella by Japan's Tokyo Noble is rolled up, it could easily be mistaken for some leafy greens. The fastening strap adds even more of an illusion to this unorthodox umbrella; the Vegetabrella's strap is designed to look like a supermarket rubber band, including detailed labeling and a bar code.

This novelty item comes packaged in a windowed cardboard box and has a steeper price than your organic veggies. At just under $60, the Vegetabrella is some pricey produce, but it is extremely functional and oh-so cute.