1. Wireless Remote, $99.99
It may be a bit of a splurge, but this bed fan will help keep you from overheating or sweating at night by circulating cool air through your
comforter and sheets. The convenient remote control makes it easy for you to adjust the temperature without moving an inch.
2. Dock Fan for iPhone, $26
Remember those mini fans your parents made you drape around your neck at summer camp? Here’s a new gadget that not only looks cooler, but also keeps you cooler. The Dock Fan for iPhone is a simple, convenient fan attachment for your phone. The device connects to the port on the bottom of your iPhone and serves as a quick way to save yourself from a sweaty day.
3. Ice Straws, $14
This ice tray is a new and innovative way to keep you and your drinks cool. It allows you to make straws with any liquid, and the straws melt with each sip. Toss the plastic straws this month — these environmentally friendly Ice Straws are the best way to go.
4. O2-Cool® Deluxe
Water Misting Fan, $9.99
The O2-Cool® Deluxe Water Misting Fan can do a great deal to keep you cool. This simple, portable hand fan is essential to have by your side on a hot day. Whether you are inside without air-conditioning or outside in the sun, the fan emits mist with a simple push of the trigger to make you feel cool and refreshed.
Instant Cooling Towel, $14.99
The EnduraCool Instant Cooling Towel is a great investment for those who prefer exercising outdoors to working out in air-conditioned gyms. To activate the cooling properties, all you need to do is sweat. The towel instantly cools when it makes contact with moisture — be it sweat or water. The reusable and
machine-washable qualities also make it a convenient option for the city heat.
A version of this article appeared in the Sept. 6 print edition. Sahar Saleem is a contributing writer. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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