Here’s our selection of the best umbrellas with lights, engineered to keep you dry and to ensure your umbrella never folds in the wind.
In this guide we’ve chosen the following type of umbrellas to review:
- LED Umbrella Poles
- Umbrella with lights on top
- Umberellas with lights that shine down
- Garden Patio Umbrellas
We decided that style, fashion and usability where the most important features to consider. We wanted to choose bold designs, that had people stopping and thinking that your umbrella looks unique and awe inspiring.
To give you an idea what an LED umbrella will look like of a night time, we’d suggest you watch this video below:
Led Umbrellas to Consider
Star Wars Themed Umbrella With Lights
Brilliantly named The Betron Light Saber LED Umbrella – It’s pretty easy to see why
It’s as functional as it is glamours
Boasting an LED stick with a convenient torch at the base. The handle is shaped like a real jedi light saber, with the hue of blue light similar to that of which you’d have seen in Bladerunner.
Consider the amount of times you walk home in the complete dark – when it rains it makes the experience even worse.
But now you can activate the LEDs at a push of a button and shower your walk in light. Alerting any traffic that you’re there and avoid any unnecessary collisions.
Heck forget the safety for a second, many users on Amazon have said this is a must have for festival goers.
Lost your friends? put your umbrella up in the air. Need light at night time? use the torch at the base. A song came on that you really enjoy? You’re now part of the light show.
Going with a more simplistic look, this umbrella allows you to compliment the night time stars.
Embedded with 182 blue LED lights, it gives the impression that you’re carrying around the night sky.
Choose from 3 light settings, from slow twinkles, to a medium flutter. Or crank it to annoying strobe level fast – which would be useful to signal for help or temporarily blind an attacker.
Like the saber umbrella, this also includes a torch in the bottom. Useful for walking and avoiding shoe destroying puddles.
The material itself is coated in a water repelling wax, ensuring you and up to one other person can remain dry at any time.
Should you have children, they’ll be praying it rains so they can use this umbrella.
Making it to the last of our list of umbrellas with lights, and oh boy what an umbrella.
Featuring Led’s on the top, with a slither of light where the arms outstretch to protect you from rain. This, and the combination of ultra dark fabric creates an eerie feeling to on goers.
One, in which the lights are visible, yet the user’s face will be cast into the shadows
Like the earlier models this umbrella also includes a torch in the base, giving you light wherever you need it.
We will say this though, the material is not as strong as the other models ( a bit more flimsy). Although our’s has stood the test of generic “wind abuse” . It’s noticeable that the earlier models feel stronger and more robust.
It’s night time, it’s getting dark but you want to continue your summer party? Enter the Patio umbrellas with lights, transforming the way you socialise with your friends and family.
When outstretched to full size, this patio umbrella will fit an enormous 2.7m with light and protection.
Boasting 24 LEDs, it gives you just enough light that you can see your guests faces without blinding them.
And of course you can use this parasol during the daytime, with it being crafted from a special UV fabric. You can protect your skin from long term sun damage.
Easy to set up using an effortless crank handle, and even easier to manipulative the angle of the parasol. Giving you the ultimate control over your shade.
It should be noted that this parasol does not come with a base and you will either have to buy one separately (highly recommended). Or drive the base of the stick firmly into the ground.
Maybe you quite fancy having a parasol with lights, but you’ve already got one in your garden, so why bother forking out all that money for a new one right?
Well now you don’t have to. You can just buy the lights for any parasol.
The LEDs come in a strip chain that you affix to the struts of your parasol. You will then place the solar powered panel on top to feed these strips with electricity.
You’re given 6 strips, each containing 10 LEDs in total giving you 60 lights.
During the day the solar power will drink all of the sun, and turn that into juicy energy to fee dyour lights with of a night time.
This means you won’t be relying on batteries or your mains. Allowing you the freedom to set up your garden furniture wherever you like.
The great thing about this is, it costs just a fraction of the cost of buying a parasol with the lights already embedded in them for you. So you’r getting a bargain of a deal.