For a long time, the ideas of portable air conditioners, people wearing and cooling the body have been realized but have not really made much impression and are not widely sold. Recently, a new version of the portable air conditioner called Metaura Pro has appeared on the Kickstarter fundraising page. The product quickly hit the target on the first day, and now it has reached more than 80,000 USD in just about 5 days.
The air conditioner has a very nice design, weighs 423g, worn on the neck will feel clear, but because the surface is made of soft silicone material, it is promised to be still quite comfortable. In addition to the usual way of cooling is blowing cold air, the inside of Metaura Pro actually reduces heat by up to nearly 10 degrees Celsius when in contact with the skin.
Metaura Pro both blows cool wind and reduces heat directly at the position of contact with the skin of the neck and nape.
The way to reduce heat of Metaura Pro is quite similar to a mini air conditioner or refrigerator. Inside it has hot – cold cockles with the cold side facing in, the hot side facing out. The heat will now be sucked out by the fan at the back, not causing discomfort to the user. In winter, users can change the direction of hot – cold of the machine, that is, create heat to warm the body, emitting cold air at the back.
In addition, the air conditioner is also equipped with smart features, automatically adjusting the cooling / heating level based on the ambient temperature. If not satisfied, users can adjust with the button on the body of the air conditioner or through the application on the phone.
Currently, this neck air conditioner has raised capital extremely successfully on Kickstarter, has 497 backers with capital up to nearly 90,000 USD. If you act fast, you can still order the product early with a preferential price from only 159 USD, equivalent to more than 3.6 million VND, or buy more combos for an even more attractive price.
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