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CoolWare Personal Cooling System Keeps You Comfortable Running Man Style

CoolWare Personal Cooling System (Image courtesy The Sharper Image)
By Andrew Liszewski

Instead of exploding and decapitating you if you attempt to escape a prisoner work camp like in the film The Running Man, this slightly more pleasant collar from The Sharper Image ($49.99) promises to serve as a personal air conditioner on those days when the sun’s working a little too well.

The inner part of the collar that touches your neck is made from anodized aluminum, and when combined with a built-in 2-speed fan and a small reservoir that holds 2oz. of water, it creates a cooling sensation that supposedly “refreshes” your entire body. It’s powered by a single AA battery and needs to be refilled every 2 to 4 hours depending on how heavily you’re using it, but if it works as promised it’s probably a better way to endure the Summer than sitting on a block of ice in your boxer shorts. I sure do miss those Summer afternoons at the mall…

[ CoolWare Personal Cooling System ] VIA [ 7Gadgets ]







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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Chris-Johnston/1042999540 Chris Johnston

    Gee, when I saw the picture I thought, “Awww, The Sharper Image sold those decades ago, but that company went the way of the Dodo years ago!”

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    Summer season this cooling sensation is very useful for all.. Because it gives refreshes our entire body.. Thanks for this update..

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    All of my readers always make my day with their wit and insight!

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    All of my readers always make my day with their wit and insight!

  • akjack

    I had one of these from the old Sharper Image and it worked well, except during periods of high humidity. I would recommend it to anybody and will buy another soon.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IH3CQ7VQW6OVWD2OW367WYETXU William

    Wasn’t that actually the Christophe Lambert film Fortress?