MiClimate, The World's First Wearable Personal Climate

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  • (1888PressRelease) December 08, 2015 - MICLIMATE will soon announce the launch of its wearable personal climate technology that can cool or heat your body while outdoors. MICLIMATE is designed to solve the problem of uncomfortable temperatures while outdoors.

    MICLIMATE's design is based on a patented technology licensed from the U.S Navy. MICLIMATE is adding a new dimension to the wearable technology market by bringing air conditioning outdoors for the first time.

    "I started to look for a better solution to make outdoor activities more fun and enjoyable, then I found a way to bring air conditioning outdoors without the bulk and weight." Said Pankaj Sinha founder of MICLIMATE. "We have created a breakthrough technology that can profoundly redefine the way we live our lives everyday."

    MICLIMATE's nano-sized air conditioning device weighs 1.6 pounds and can continuously run when powered by vehicle battery. MICLIMATE utilizes a solid-state thermoelectric technology, which means there are no compressors and no Freon. A user-friendly design makes it very easy to use. First attach the device to the belt accessories with air distribution channels or clip it to the frame of your motorcycle and connect the hose to the air distribution waistband. Then, plug the device to the 12V outlet of your motorcycle. Remotely control the temperature to your personal comfort.

    MICLIMATE is available for both men and women and its key features include:

    +Nano sized air conditioner
    +Seamless cooling and heating
    +Multiple wearable accessories for core of the body, neck and helmet
    +Light and portable
    +Solid state thermo-electric technology (no Freon, no compressor)
    +Environmentally friendly

    MICLIMATE will be available for pre-order on Indiegogo in February 2016.

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