UPDATE: Due to increased social media attention, inventory is almost sold out for summer 2020
Student Invents Genius Wearable Cooler That Cools You Down In Seconds, And Keeps You Cool For Hours, Anywhere You Go

BY MATT BERNARD              May 26th, 2020

About Author: Matt Bernard

Matt is an avid outdoorsman, but also loves the latest tech and gadgets. He typically covers stories about exciting new gadgets.

BY MATT BERNARD              MAY 26th, 2020

Tired of trying to get work done while you're overheated and sweating like a pig?

Want to stay cool wherever you go?

These are problems being faced by millions across the country as they try to adjust to working from home with no AC. Many apartments, condos, and homes don't have AC and as temperatures across the country continue to rise, this can become unbearable for those that relied on their office buildings for daily air conditioning. Luckily, one brilliant college student named Justin Crandle has created what many are calling a revolutionary solution to summer heat.
“Back before the pandemic, our dorm rooms would get unbearably hot during the summer months, and I knew I wasn’t the only one. I’d see my friends from other schools posting online about how hot their dorms were getting. 

All of a sudden a lightbulb went off my head, and I thought, 'why don't I just make a wearable cooler for myself.'  That way I can stay cool in my dorm, and while I walk to class so I don't show up all sweaty. So I did, I designed a wearable cooler and called it Blaux.” You can see his original design below:
“I'm not gonna lie, it took some time. But a few months later his vision became a reality, and when the prototype was done, it worked so well that my friends were begging me to make one for them. It was then I knew I was on to something big that could actually help millions around the country.”
Justin recently received a patent for his product, and has just started selling to the public. Because of overwhelming demand, he thinks he'll be sold out by mid August, "if not sooner."

Justin’s portable air cooler, Blaux, isn't just being used for students either. It's been a major hit for anyone who has a job outside, like construction workers and crossing guards. Women with hot flashes are also scooping up his portable air cooler for obvious reasons. 

And, it has the added benefit of being an amazing air filter, filtering all of the air around you so you're only breathing in fresh, clean air.
"It's being called one of the greatest accomplishments in electrical engineering of the last 30 years."
We Ordered One To Try It Out... Here's What We Found:
We decided to give Blaux a try for ourselves before recommending it, so we hopped online to order one. It showed up three days later, much sooner than we expected, and the packaging was beautiful. 
Now we had to put it to the test. It was a balmy 98 degrees outside, where normally you couldn't walk around the block without breaking a sweat, so it was a good day to test Blaux's effectiveness.

One by one each of us put it on, smiled, then walked around the block, returning a few minutes later cool, and sweat-free!

It was so impressive that everyone in the office bought one for themselves.

It’s such an amazing accomplishment to create so much cold air from such a little, battery operated device. But it was developed at MIT, after all. 
Since launching his website, he’s sold more than 50,000 Blaux wearable coolers. And now that summer is here, he’s expecting to sell out by mid August. So if you want to get yours for either yourself or someone you know in college who has no AC, now’s the time to do it.
  College Reviewer