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KISHA Uses a Carton and Paper System to Encase Its Smart Umbrellas

 - Jun 2, 2016
References: getkisha & packagingoftheworld
KISHA is a smart Bluetooth-connected umbrella that called for umbrella packaging that would be just as much of a standout as the innovative product.

In order to show off "The World's Smartest Umbrella," Zambelli Brand Design created a sleek packaging system for the smart umbrella using carton and paper. The black tube adopts a minimal design and highlights some of the key features of the product with text and graphics.

The sturdy design of the tube is designed to withstand all of the normal forces that occur during the transportation journey in order to ensure that the product's fabric, spokes and built-in technologies are properly protected protected until the product needs to be removed from its chamber by the end user.