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This is one of those things which you never knew you needed but swiftly discover you cannot do without…
I mean, you know how annoying it is when you go into a mall or get on a bus carrying a wet umbrella. It drips everywhere, sticks to your legs, or water gathers dangerously in the bottom of the flimsy plastic bag you find at the entrance of particularly efficient stores.
Even if you have a bag of your own to hand, it usually ends up spilling water all over your shopping when you take it out later.
The Daily Susu is the invention that will transform rainy days – a slim waterproof bag lined with microfiber which soaks up the water. You pop your (foldable) umbrella inside, zip it up, and can get on with your day knowing that the rest of your belongings will stay perfectly safe and dry. Hang it up inside out overnight, and it will be ready to go again next day.
It is made by Japanese firm Yamazaki-Sangyo, and cost a very reasonable S$24 at Tokyu Hands in Singapore. Where, as the rainy season seems to be continuing way beyond its expected limit, I am finding it especially useful.