Top 5 gadgets to keep cool this Summer

        
Top 5 gadgets to keep cool this Summer

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d3891dd9bdf151936e51fc5a36d484e9.jpgGadget Guru Martin Bailey, author of The Useful Book of Gadgets Gizmos & Apps (out October 2016) has scouted the shops for the best 5 gadgets for keeping cool this summer.

Red5 Desktop LED Clock Fan - £13.99

Keep cool at the office with an eye on clocking off time with this USB powered fan. It offers two speeds and displays an analogue clock on the blades as they spin.

Available from JohnLewis.co.uk

Ergodyne Chill range - From around £5

Available as bandanas, hats and even complete body vests, the Ergodyne Chill range work by placing them in cold water for around a minute. The advanced PVA material is then effective at keeping you cool for several hours.

Available from ebay.co.uk

Haweel 3.5€ Fan for iPhone - £2.95

Available in a variety of colours, this fan has two soft foam blades and connects to your iPhone's lightning socket to take your selfies to a windswept new level.

Available from Amazon.co.uk

Gel'O Cool Pillow Mat - £24.95

This triple-purpose mat slips inside your pillow case to disperse heat. It can also be used in the freezer or microwave as a heat or cold pad for treating aches and pains. Larger under-mattress versions are also available

Available from Amazon.co.uk

Magicool Body and Face Cooler Spray - £3.99 for 75ml

Whether you just need to cool down or are suffering from a nasty case of sunburn or prickly heat Magicool delivers instant relief using patented self-chilled micro-fine ea55c7f02b2b8a1b97f788151df82525.jpgspray. The 75ml size is perfect for the handbag, but larger cans are also available for the home or office.

Available from Superdrug.com

The Useful Book of Gadgets Gizmos & Apps is out October 2016

Martin Bailey

Martin Bailey

Martin Bailey is an unashamed geek. His passion for technology started aged 11 when he bought a Sinclair ZX81, and quickly learnt basic programming before migrating to a ZX Spectrum, BB C Micro and then onto PCs in the early 1990s. His career has mainly been in sales and marketing, but has now completed the loop and is back working with innovative, cutting-edge technology at two award-winning software companies. The Useful Book of Gadgets, Gizmos and Apps is Martin's seventh book.

The Useful Book of Gadgets Gizmos & Apps is out October 2016





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