gadgets to help you keep cool, literally - air conditioner dripping

by:HICOOL     2021-10-11
gadgets to help you keep cool, literally  -  air conditioner dripping
It's summer and the weather is hotter in most parts of the country.
While it may not be a bad idea to lie down, you really don't have to lie down to warm up.
In fact, it's easy to cool down.
Keep your things cool, too.
According to the inventor and distributor of the crystal
Cool hat, skin
Save on car seat cooler and office manual cooler. Chill-
With the heat wave sweeping across the country, out-of-town gadgets that provide relief in innovative ways are becoming hot-selling goods.
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As a mother in Phoenix, Debu Lao is tired of being fast
During the summer months, she kept the car cool with melted ice bags.
So she decided to make her own liquid.
Filler insulated car
This started her own company, BabyBeeCool. "I was a wound-Nursing Specialist
I know how fast your skin will burn, "said Lao, who was a nurse before her business started.
"A lot of parents think they cry when they put their children in their seats because they're hot, but they find a third child when they get home --
The extent of burns on their children's legs
Lowe said: "The temperature in the car cabin sitting in the sun can reach 185 degrees, and the metal will become hotter.
Turn on the air conditioner and cool down quickly inside.
But the seat itself is very irritating to you.
So Lao invented the car seat Cooler Cushion for $49.
99, designed to keep cool for 10 hours.
In 2002, Lao began sewing mats for her by hand. year-
But even adults use pads in their seats or pet cases.
Dripping water is bad enough when driving, but waking up with sweat can't start your day.
If that fan blowing on your face while you're sleeping doesn't help, try installing a fan directly on your bed.
Bed fans ranging from $70 to $100 are designed to eliminate the heat trapped on the sheets during sleep and move 100 cubic feet of air per minute.
You put a "breeze bar" on the end of the bed that hovers half an inch above the mattress and then controls the strength of the fan with a small dial.
If you work at your desk, whether or not your boss decides to turn the air conditioner, there are gadgets that will keep you calm.
There are some cool gadgets that can be plugged directly into your computer, like Thermaltake coolcool, which debuted at the Computex 2007 exhibition in Taiwan and will be in the store later this year
What cools your hand is a small hairdryer.
So don't blame the heat if your palms are sweating.
To keep you hydrated in the office, ThinkGeek sells a drink cooler for about $25, a little simpler than the mini fridge
You plug the device into the USB port of the computer, place the drink on the mat, press the button and the drink will cool down according to your preference.
John Fraser, a merchant buyer at ThinkGeek, said: "It is an electric way designed in China to keep the computer cool, but we found this product and turned it into a drink cooler"On a two-
The laptop has a battery life of up to 10 minutes.
"As temperatures soared last week, ThinkGeek sold out inventory of USB beverage coolers by Monday morning.
Since winter always comes too early, the company will release a new version this week with heating and cooling options.
How about keeping your closest and dearest calm?
You can also protect your game system with products such as Microsoft Xbox 360 $20 Intercooler EX.
All you do is turn on the cooler, which uses three fans to generate an automatic or manual "cooler environment" around the game console ".
If you're going outdoors, maybe the cool band hat sold on the first street for about $30 is for you.
This device is made of thin mesh material to keep the head cool
Toxic polymer cooling crystals in the forehead part, will become a gel after five minutes in the water.
The manufacturer says this hat will keep you cool for hours, and after that, the process can be repeated in the next golf or hiking trip.
Some people like to keep it simple by getting fans, but even the fan industry is offering innovative technology.
Manufactured by German designer Zetsche & koenig power, Ventilux looks like a huge bubble plus, but it creates a silent breeze for $399.
Buyers can choose their own colors
Fluorescent orange, lime green, pink, silver and non-smoking-
Their speed.
Atmosphere, breeze and Storm. Cool, right?
Heat brought.
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