Orlando, FL (PressExposure) February 19, 2009 -- Debbie Hammond, a mom of two boys, invented the Brella Bag ( http://www.brellabag.com) because it was difficult to go places with a small baby and still try to hold an umbrella when her hands were full. The Brella Bag is a patented bag designed to hold an umbrella while giving the user the hands free ability to do many necessary things that would normally be difficult to do while trying to hold an umbrella.
There are many uses for the brella bag. While wearing the brella bag the users' hands are free to carry groceries, shopping bags or other items. It also makes carrying a baby and walking the dogs an easy task when out in the rain.
The Brella Bag works great for Photographers, Postal Workers and Spectators at any outdoor sporting events to stay out of the sun or the rain. When wearing the brella bag the physically challenged have the ability to steer a scooter or wheelchair, push a walker, walk with a cane or crutches and have the umbrella covering them without having to hold it.
It is made of nylon and is very lightweight. A pouch on the bag holds an umbrella so that the users' hands are free. There is a snap on the pouch so that an umbrella with a shorter handle can be used. The front straps are adjustable and it is easy to slip on and comfortable to wear. There is plenty of room inside the bag to hold items such as a wallet, cell phone, keys or several other items. When using out in the sun the bag is also large enough to hold a bottle of water as well as many other items.