Why are the best umbrellas Straight umbrella?A good top umbrella, in addition to workmanship, reliable quality, the material is on the other hand, although the foreigner of materials is not as varied as China, also didn't like hainan chrysanthemum pear, rosewood, so advanced, but the basic requirement of a top umbrella is to use natural material, to put it bluntly umbrella body is to use "good" made of wood, and umbrella shaft, the handle must be full name is Solid, it would seem high specifications, have a class.Silk is used for the cover, but now polyester is also used for the top entry.Of course, the skeleton is made of steel wire, otherwise it will be too bulky. Other metal parts may use copper, silver or even gold.
Top umbrellas are usually Straight Straight umbrella with long handle, but not quite Straight umbrella. On the one hand, the folding umbrella is not very high class, on the other hand, it is not strong enough.Moreover, in the old days English gentlemen would often use their umbrellas to block the cane.
Top umbrellas are generally handmade and pay attention to details.Americans believe that people make mistakes, but machines make fewer.But when it comes to artworks and top products, people will feel that they must be made by human hands to be advanced. Machine production will be monotonous and "wooden", while each piece made by human hands is unique and each piece may be slightly different. These small differences are not mistakes or shortcomings, but the reflection of expensive handwork.However, many top-of-the-line designs, such as some of the bent handles of the all-in-one umbrella, are hard to make entirely by machine.I don't know how to bend a piece of wood so beautifully.
Top umbrellas don't always open and close automatically.For the traditional British, fashionable and cheap umbrella can do so, but hundreds of years of traditional brands can not do so, it is not advanced, traditional manufacturing method and automatic opening and closing will seem neither good nor good.The Straight umbrella is a symbol of a gentleman in the UK.