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Old 02-15-2012, 02:41 PM
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Guerilla Umbrellas, any good?

Hey guys,

I have a Guerilla 9x12 pochade box and was wondering what the verdict was on their brand of umbrellas?

I was looking at the free standing unit that sticks into the ground (The Shade Buddy). The one that attaches to the box looks interesting but could be a disaster if the wind picks up no?

Thanks for your sugestions!
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Old 02-15-2012, 03:01 PM
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Re: Guerilla Umbrellas, any good?

GP stuff is usually good, but suggest you peruse www.artworkessentials.com web for their following new umbrella, I've enjoyed using same these past two months.
UMK-45Plein Air Umbrella Kit A larger plein air umbrella is avaialble now. With a 45" diameter umbrella, weighing about two pounds and consisting of three simple parts with total folded length of 26" to carry in the luggage, this new umbrella kit is perfect for artists on the go, for French easel, Soltek and pochade with tripod easel setup. Unlike most plein air umbrellas, the EASyL umbrella can be clamped to an artistˇ¦s tripod to prevent damage to the easel and its height is adjustable and can accommodate even the tallest artist. It has a silver coating on the outside that provides protection against the sun's harmful UV rays, and the black interior helps to remove reflective or excessive light.
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Old 02-15-2012, 04:08 PM
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Re: Guerilla Umbrellas, any good?

Thanks boomer!
I really like the look of this, this looks superior to the guerilla make...
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