Keep Your COOL with Cool Collar Necklace from Nano-Ice…and Kickstarter
Nano-Ice is a brand new Cool Collar cooling necklace that can keep you cool – without that dreaded brain freeze – for up to 3 hours. Even in the hottest weather and high humidity conditions, you can stay cooler and more comfortable. I’ve tried those other types of cooling necklaces…you know, the kind that you soak in water, then place in the freezer. Yes, they do cool you off, but they don’t last long and they can actually hurt when you first place them around your neck.
I live in a hot humid part of the country. From late April through September (and often October), the heat can become unbearable. Just walking out to the mailbox at the end of the driveway often leaves me soaked in sweat. I’ve been using the Nano-Ice Cool Collar for over a week now, and it’s been a lifesaver! I keep 2 in the freezer, and swap them out during the day. I slip one on when working in the yard, walking the dog and sometimes just when I get hot from doing housework, or sorting out supplies in the garage. When I’m feeling generous, I let my husband use one, when he is doing home repairs, or washing the cars. The photo shown below, does not depict the new style that has magnets on each end, to make using the necklace even easier.
Check out Nano-Ice, and keep your cool!
Sam White has dedicated his career to clean technology development. He co-founded a highly successful start-up called Promethean Power Systems, co-founded the largest cleantech incubator in the country, Greentown Labs, and is now launching Nano-Ice.
White is the recipient of several prestigious awards such as the GE Ecomagination Prize (2010), Boston Globe’s
Innovator of the Year (2011), NASA’s Launch Energy Innovators Fellows (2012), World Economic Forum Tech Pioneer (2013), and VentureWell/Lemelson Sustainable Practice Impact Award (2015).
Whte says, “No matter what project I’m part of in the future, just like in the past, it is important that there is a strong social impact component to it”. So for Nano-Ice, manufacturing the cool collars will be done locally in Boston by people in need. In this regard, he’s been offering job opportunities for the unemployed through homeless veterans’ associations and Goodwill. Also, the very first people to test the benefits of these cooling necklaces are medical professionals treating Ebola patients in the extreme heat of Liberia and Sierra Leone.
The Nano-Ice Cool Collar has just launched a Kickstarter. Head on over and check it out, and pass on the link to your friends!
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This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post is my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.