Japanese Invent Air-conditioned Clothes (Video)
Posted On 26 Jul 2011
A small Japanese company has the solution to heat and power outages after the quake and tsunami that hit the Japanese people and the world in March.
Air conditioned jackets are designed by the Kuchofuku company. However, the price of clothing that promises to keep you cool is not so cool, one of these jackets cost around 11,000 yen or $ 130. Jackets bring small fans that run on lithium batteries and can provide continuous cooling for 11 hours.
Clothing with built-in air conditioning is not something new, thanks to the popularity of energy savings, other products such as beds and cushions with air conditioning.