What do you do when you find yourself in a scorching office in the middle of the summer? Go for a bottle of water? That only keeps you chilled for a short period of time, so that’s no good. Some people have air conditioning that quite frankly almost blows you away. It’s like the air conditioning in airplanes. You always get sick from having those on. What we need is something that will keep our feet cold and our heads working. Yeah, we all need a foot cooler!
This might be one of those quirky articles of the day, and one that just might solve all your problems. However, it might make you look like the first prototype of RoboCop. I am talking about the USB foot cooler. It’s one of those trendy Japanese devices that you would wrinkle your nose at if you saw it in your local store, but it could solve your sweaty feet problem. After all, no one wants to walk around smelling like feet, right? Nah, the solution is definitely a foot cooler.
There is no other way we can solve this. Well, of course there is, but I can’t act like there is another solution when I am writing about a foot cooler product that is so quirky it almost seems to be a custom created device. This foot cooler even works for your arm pits. Yeah, now you suddenly got interested, right? As a matter of fact, it can cool you in all kinds of places.
It retails for $36.00 and can be picked up over at Japan Trend Shop. As the description says on the website, with a slight risk of looking like a drug addict, you might consider wearing this in the company of yourself only. The neat thing is that the fan is strong enough to blow up a beach ball in about 10 minutes. No stress. People don’t stress on the beach. Now the playing field has been laid out for you. The question is, what will you do? Will you get this USB foot cooler or stay warm like the true warrior you are? That will be it for my quirky product reporting of the day. Keep cool! Use a foot cooler!
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This post was written by Richard Darell