May 24, 2022

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‘A game changer’ the genius wearable fan customers are raving about

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The sweltering heat wave has seen many of us rush outside to soak up the sun.

Being out at the beach or park in warm weather is all fun and games until you start to overheat.

A wearable fan available from Wilko could help to save those very problems.

The inspector gadget-esc contraption sits on your neck as two mini-fans blow cooling air into your face.

The feat of engineering even lights up for those moments you want to feel the breeze through your hair whilst reading.

There are three settings which change the speed of the fans which you can rotate to suit your cooling needs.

The device is rechargeable so there is no need to change any batteries.

Fans of the £15 JML product have sang its praises online, giving it an overall customer rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

A customer said: “Ideal for wearing round your neck on warm days, driving, walking or in a stuffing office. My only concern would be if you have long hair it becoming entangled. As I’m bald not likely to have that problem!”

Another said: “I have to say this is the best thing I’ve ever bought and it’s so cheap! So light and comfortable to put round your neck or have it stood as a normal fan. Cools me down immediately and with 3 different settings. So easy to charge no need for batteries. This is simply the best purchase I’ve made in years!”

One wrote: “I think everyone should have one. I have to hide it when the grandchildren are visiting because they take it over.”

One customer praised its use in the kitchen: “As a chef, being hot and bothered is a part of a job…however this tiny neck fan is a real game changer. Highly recommended. Yes, you do get a stick from colleagues, however I’ve had a last laugh…being super cool and comfortable.”

Another said that it helps with a common menopause symptom: “Really happy with this, it really works and keeps me cool when I start feeling a hot flush coming.”

The weather in Birmingham over the next few days is forecast to be hot, with highs of 27 degrees on Sunday, June 13.

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