TeleBrella® Portable Beach Umbrella


Telebrella® telescoping portable travel beach umbrella.

Features include:

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Add a Shade Anchor Bag?

Add a Break Away travel beach chair?

Add Beach Hooks?


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TeleBrella® was designed for the air-traveling beach enthusiasts who want to hit the beaches with their own beach umbrella. Why risk the cost and availability over being able to find a nasty rental beach umbrella when you can take you own?

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs

Customer Reviews

Based on 57 reviews
Jessica Prouty
Great travel Umbrella

I recently purchased the Telebrella for our trip to Puerto Rico! It was perfect! The umbrella fit in my husband's luggage with ease. It is lightweight and easy set-up. We did not have issues, even with the wind. Would definitely recommend if looking for a travel umbrella!

Mine is 8 yrs old

I bought my Telebrella in 2016. I live on a beach and use it regularly. We get many compliments and much interest. I have taken this umbrella down the side of a mountain in Crete Greece to Seitan Limania. Incredible I know, but it compacts tightly and is easy to travel with. I just bought a one for my brother for Christmas. He too is a regular beach goer.

Anyway, the umbrella is running up on 8years old and still in perfect working condition be it a bit faded. But is has been well used. I highly recommend!

Charlene U

Great Service by ShadeUSA. Got the Telebrella exactly when they said I would get it at the price listed. The fabric wasn't taut on the frame but worked well. The hooks we purchased worked well with it. Didn't need to use the clips for the wind. Shaded two of us sitting on lounge chairs. The second carry bag really helped resulting in less time to put it up after using it one day. We packed it in a large bag without any problems. Happy to have it.

kerry jones
Worked great !!!!

We bought one and it worked as advertised. We were traveling by plane and it did fit in a large suitcase without adding a lot of weight.

Randall Tsuchiyama
Great travel beach umbrellas

Summary, love these umbrellas. Bought two Telebrella's and two sets of sand bags.

I bought these umbrellas because our timeshare raised the daily rental price to the point it just took a few days for the umbrellas to pay for themselves. So now they are “free” to use. Wish they had raised their prices before, so I would have looked earlier. Pros easily outweigh the cons. Add in the cost benefit and its really a no brainer if you rent umbrellas at a beach.

My tip
Connect the two extensions to the bottom piece and then screw it down into the sand. It's much easier to get it straight this way. If you just screw down the bottom piece by itself, it’s hard to judge if it’s vertical.
I also shortened the sandbag strings, thought they were little too long as they come.

Don't have to schedule around when the activity hut opens to get umbrellas and then show them where to put them.
Can set up any time we want instead of when they open. We always waited for them since we wake up early
Don't have to wonder when they are going to take the umbrella down in the afternoon.
Don't have to decide if it is worth it to get umbrellas when the weather is iffy. Especially since forecasts can be wrong.
Don't need to stay all day at the beach. Can just come for a little while if we want.
Biggest pro is savings, our timeshare charges a lot for one umbrella a day now, they paid for themselves in 3 days at the beach.

Have to bring umbrellas from room to the beach. The carry bag makes it easier, and they are pretty light.
Have to pack umbrellas in check in bag to bring.
Have to let them down for lunch, or when away for a longer time to be safe, put pop back up when you come back. After a couple of times, this was easy so no big deal.

I wondered if I would have problems on windy days. It was fine, even when it got very windy. One afternoon, wind really picked up, and all the Costco Tommy B umbrellas were packed up, so by later it was just our umbrella and hotel umbrellas that were still out. Another day a big gust of wind knocked an arm down. So we installed the little binder clips and no more problems. On windy days, we also added a sand bag or two, connecting the sand bag to the upper part of the pole as instructed by customer service. I would locate the sand bag in the direction of the wind. So if you stood at pole and faced sand bag, you’d be facing the wind. Not sure if this was necessary, but it made me feel better.