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Keeping Cool: VentilationVest

11
July
2007
  Posted at 02:58:14 PM
  File under  New Products
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

ventilationVest
Though many parts of the world are still suffering from a cold summer, there are parts that have a heat wave, so, specially for you, here's a ventilationVest.

The ventilationVest is a German product made by Entrak Open link in a new window, that, as the name says, is a vest that ventilates. It circulates 550 liters of air (that's 19.4 ft3) per minute through the vest. By doing so, it cools the vest, and there's no dampness involved. It evaporates the sweat from your skin, thereby cooling your body.

You can adjust the airflow by means of adjusting the air volume generated by the cartridges. The cartridge is run by batteries (which last 8.75 hours). The battery can be recharged within 3 hours. The noise made by the airblower is 41 dB, so on your motorcycle, you'll not hear it.

The vest is made to be comfortable. It comes in different sizes, and the L size weighs 850 grams (1.87 lbs), while the cartridge adds 265 grams (0.58 lbs).

You can decide to have one or two cartridges installed in the ventilationVest.

The vest has many applications, one of them could be on a motorcycle. It would seem that you could wear the vest under your normal gear.

Wouldn't it be nice if they made one that had body armor, but if there's a heat wave, I'll take it....

No prices published.

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Via: Gizmag



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