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TechNiche's Evaporative Cooling collar provide 5-10 hours of cooling relief per soaking. They are lightweight, durable and work great to provide cooling relief. - great for both dogs and their humans!

  • Economical and effective; tie fasten for comfort
  • Comfortable, 100% polyester cool mesh outer with HyperKewlTM fabric inner
  • Provides 5-10 hours of cooling relief per soaking
  • Light, durable and easy to activate
  • One Size Large

About HyperKewl™:

  • HyperKewl™ fabric absorbs, stores and releases water within the multi-layered material. Water is “released” through evaporation, energy is consumed, and a chill eect is created. 

    Users can expect the evaporative cooling fabric to provide temperatures that are 15 - 20 degrees cooler than the ambient temperature, depending on airow.

    How to Use:
  • To activate our evaporative cooling products, simply submerge the item in water for 1-2 minutes allowing the HyperKewl™ fabric to absorb the water. Gently squeeze out any excess water, wipe dry and the garment is ready to wear. The garment will remain activated for hours and can be re-hydrated by following these simple steps.  For optimal performance allow the collar to go through one wet/dry cycle before using.

    Evaporative Cooling Benefits:
    • Cost-effective  cooling solution
    • Provides extended relief from heat fatigue and heat stress
    • Lightweight, durable and non-toxic
    • Easy to activate
    • Re-usable
    • Offers hours of cooling relief and protection

Evaporative Cooling Dog Neck Collar

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TechNiche's Evaporative Cooling collar provide 5-10 hours of cooling relief per soaking. They are lightweight, durable and work great to provide cooling relief. - great for both dogs and their humans! Economical and effective; tie fasten for comfort Comfortable, 100% polyester cool ...
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25lbs
999 Units in Stock
$11.99

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 21 June, 2012.