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Worried about the heat? Walk around wearing an air conditioner

Hong Kong: Global warming and climate extremes have gripped every region of the world and warmer than normal summers are becoming common. Now, however, a lightweight invention not only relieves you of that sweltering heat, but can reduce the ambient temperature by up to 33 degrees Fahrenheit in just three minutes when turned on.

It is a type of vest or chest-type item that can be charged via USB. Interestingly, it does not require the addition of ice and water. Just wear it on the upper torso and press the button to turn it on. Then, in just three seconds, powerful cooling is released that cools the body up to 33 degrees Fahrenheit.

It is named as Ukulele which keeps you cool and dry all day long. It can even be worn for normal work in extreme heat and sun. Eucalyptus cools down the whole body very quickly which prevents burning sensation during the day.

It features an unusual radiator and specially designed cooling ducts that throw cold air far. The radiator is made of magnesium alloy and hence is very light weight.

Looking at the ukulele, one might think it’s a heavy piece of gear, but surprisingly, it weighs just over a pound. This is why it can be easily worn by athletes and runners for exercise. Another important thing is that it is very easy to wash and clean by taking it apart.

Several models have been made which will go on sale from September. One model costs $109 while the other model costs $89.

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Naeem Ur Rehman

Pakistan's youngest blogger and the CEO of Raabta.net. He is currently the student of BS Environmental Sciences at University of the Punjab, Lahore. He is also working as a senior advisor to Aagahi.pk, Mukaalma, and Pylon TV.
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