Hot Gadgets to Beat the Heat this Summer - The New Indian Express

Hot Gadgets to Beat the Heat this Summer

Published: 25th May 2014 06:00 AM

Last Updated: 24th May 2014 12:14 PM

Topless shoes: Adult and children with excessive fat and having troubles wearing string shoes, have found respite in topless shoes. It is also a cool way of keeping the feet sweat-free during the sultry summer. It is a concept from Chinese designers Chen Xuan, Han Like, Lin Lin, Liu Peng, Meng Qingbao, Ren Mingjun, Yang Xiao and Zhao Xiaoliang. Designed with three parts—soles, muscle and skin—putting on the topless shoes could be done easily by slipping or sinking the feet into it. Will soon be available commercially.

Bio-Sense Classic Memory Foam

Pillow: Get sound sleep this summer with these pillows. They are made using hypoallergenic comfort Memory foam with soft down-alternative exterior, offering additional pressure-relieving support that conforms to the curves and contours of the head and neck in every sleeping position. BioSense memory foam is made with green tea, charcoal and seed oil for natural odour resistance durable usage. It is available in

Scanadu Scout Medical Tricorder: The Scanadu Scout Medical Tricorder is a device straight out of the Star Trek. This device is packed with sensors capable of conducting sophisticated physical exams. Just bring the Tricorder in direct contact with your left temple for 10 seconds and it will analyse your vitals, including the temperature, heart rate, oximetry, ECG, respiratory rate, blood pressure, urine analysis and emotional stress level. The results of this analysis will be recorded and shown to you via a smartphone app. It is available in

Rechargeable Massage Hot Stones: The stones are powered by a lithium-ion rechargeable battery that offers up to two hours of massaging after four-hours of charging. It takes less than one minute for warming up the fire-kilned-clay surface of the stone up to 130º Fahrenheit or about 54 degree Celsius. Each package includes 2x stones and an AC chargers. It is available in

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