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A company creates the world's first wearable air-conditioned "collar"


A company has created a new device called the Metaura Pro  which is the world's first wearable air conditioner that is able to continuously blow cold air to keep the wearer cool. Conventional wearable cooling systems only circulate the surrounding air, so they don't do a very good job of cooling people. While the Metaura Pro is claimed to  rely on a portable cooling solution to produce truly cool air that's 7 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than the surrounding environment, in fan mode, and up to 18 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than ambient air, in cooling.

The device has a dedicated AI-based app to regulate air temperature, and the Metaura Pro is powered by a twin-turbo PWM engine and cooling units made up of 26 lightweight fins that wrap around the wearer's neck and dissipate heat.

The motor is connected to a high-speed fan at the back of the device, which also dissipates some of that warm air around the neck .

The device produces truly cool air below the ambient ambient temperature, which is refreshing during summer days and provides a truly air-conditioned personal space, cooling the whole body .”

The Metaura Pro Wearable Cooling Collar is powered by a fast-charging battery that can provide up to 8 hours of cooling on a single charge, and the device weighs 435 grams, which isn't too heavy, but it's definitely noticeable.

The only thing that manufacturers haven't disclosed on the product page is the noise level from the fans, especially in cooling mode s