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Gadgets: Too hot? This funky neck fan can help keep you cool.

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Gadgets: This mini collar fan has a 10-hour battery and will keep you cool wherever you go.
This mini collar fan has a 10-hour battery and will keep you cool wherever you go.

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TL;DR: Enjoy a portable breeze with the Beat The Heat Double Cool cordless mini collar fan for $29.99, a 24% savings as of Aug. 19. 


Heat got you down?

Usually, the only way to get relief is to stay indoors. But we’ve got another option: this Double Cool Cordless Mini Collar Fan. It’s a personal fan that gets to the heart of where you need cooling the most — your neck and face. You wear it around your neck and there are three-speed adjustments, 360-degree rotation, and 10-hour battery life to help you cool off with a pleasant breeze, even on the hottest of days. It has flexible, posable arms, so you can shoot the breeze toward your neck, face, body, or wherever else. And there are even built-in sponges to absorb your favorite scent and produce a fragrant breeze for you as you cool off. All you’ll need is a USB outlet to charge it up and keep your cool each day.

Wear it while you do chores around the house, run errands, read on the porch, or even go for a run. Just make sure you tie your hair up first, so it won’t get caught in the blades. Choose from black, pink, teal, blue, or white.

It’s usually $39, but you can snag one for just $29.99 and save 24%.

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