Is there anything better than cool water on your neck during a hot summer's day? Water causes a naturally cooling effect as it evaporates; this neck tie is made of a special fabric which holds the cooling energy against the sensitive skin on your neck for hours, keeping it comfortable and cool. This neck tie is ultra-portable, lightweight and easy to prepare: Simply submerse it in water for one (1) to three (3) minutes or until it reaches the desired level of hydration, then gently wring out excess water and wear. No freezers or cold packs necessary, so you don't have to worry about hunting down a refrigerator. Ideal for headaches, menopause, multiple sclerosis, people who suffer from an intolerance to heat (either neurological or physical) or anyone who plans on being outdoors in warm weather conditions.
Use instructions: Submerge in water for one (1) to three (3) minutes or until it reaches the desired level of hydration. Then gently wring out excess water and wear.
Climate note: Evaporative cooling is especially effective in climates with low humidity.
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Ships via: FedEx Ground
Estimated Delivery: 7 to 15 Business days
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
I ordered this product to see if it would help keep our guys in our foundry cooler in the extreme heat. It is often over 100 degrees in the foundry and they said it still worked for 1-2 hours at a time.
Product Warranty1 yr warranty for manufacturer defects