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No matter where you live, chances are you are probably experiencing record-breaking heat these days. From New Jersey to Oklahoma, temperatures are well into the 90s with no signs of dropping any time soon.
If sitting indoors in the comfort of your AC just isn’t an option, check out these game-changing products to help you stay cool during the heat wave. You can buy them all on Amazon, and they’re all less than $30. Even better, with Prime shipping, you’ll have these handy products before the weekend if you shop soon!
The Portable Neck Fan From Popular Earphone Design, $26.99 (Orig. $35.99)
Rather than carry around a bulky handheld fan, wear one! This The Portable Neck Fan is lightweight and wraps right around your neck, so a cool breeze is never far away.
CoolTimeUSA Neck Cooling Tube, $7.99 (Orig. $23.40)
When your neck fan just isn't enough, switch to this CoolTimeUSA Neck Cooling Tube. Simply freeze them 20 minutes before you're about to head out, and you'll have 40 minutes up to two hours of icy goodness to around your neck in the sweltering heat.
Yes, this O2COOL Mist 'N Sip Misting Water Bottle can help you stay hydrated when you're on the go. But the genius misting feature is also great for spritzing cool water on your face when you need to feel the chill fast.
GearTOP Bucket Hat, $19.99 (Orig. $29.99)
Is this the coolest looking hat you'll ever wear? No. But during a heat wave, aesthetics take a backseat to functionality. This GearTOP Bucket Hat has a wide brim to block out the sun, plus more than 14,000 Amazon shoppers have given this five stars, so you know it's good.
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