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Re: Heat Exhaustion before Heat Stroke [Re: HOGON] #13259378 08/25/19 09:50 PM
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I'm never on the lake without a life jacket.

One of the reasons I went with the particular cooling vest I did was because of its light weight.

I have things I can use it for besides fishing as well.

I've never even heard of them before. Decided to give it a try.

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Re: Heat Exhaustion before Heat Stroke [Re: HOGON] #13259399 08/25/19 10:17 PM
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Great thread - Thank you!!



Re: Heat Exhaustion before Heat Stroke [Re: HOGON] #13260815 08/27/19 12:38 AM
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The $15.88 Neck Fans Showed Up and I must say they are pretty slick.

Probably going to be next week before I get to go fishing again and give them a try on the water.
There are so many uses for them that I can think of.

I've been walking around the house with it on trying out the different speeds. No regrets on the purchase.

You could take your cooling towel get it wet along with your hat and neck gaiter then put the fans on at the speed of your choosing and it would be just like you running across the lake. You could have a no wind day but the fans blowing on your wet neck, wet face, and wet head is going to feel really good.

I read keeping your head and face cool is very important because a lot of blood vessels run through the head and face.

The first of my two STA Cool vests showed up today. Very Lightweight the vest by itself.

I dont have time to get the power packs charged due to my work schedule until Thursday sometime and then I need to freeze them. The Charging of the Power Packs is a one time event. The packs can be used for cooling and heat.

The Vest is Made In the USA. I'll get personal pictures up on Thursday sometime for you to see for anyone interested.

The vest with the power packs in the vest is supposed to be 6-6.5 pounds distributed evenly around your body.

The charging of the packs is a one time process and it is done in the washing machine.
After they are charged it is freezer if you want cold or microwave if you want hot.

Looking forward to trying it out to see how it feels and wears.

I'll do my best to get pictures up on Thursday.

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