Are you a hothead? This motorcycle helmet air conditioner might help

Here’s one way to keep a cool head.

BlueArmor Helmets has developed an air conditioner that straps onto a full-face helmet and can reduce the temperature inside of it by over 25 degrees.

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 (BlueArmor)

The BlueSnap uses the low tech, low energy method of evaporative cooling to achieve the chilling effect. It’s comprised of a small, rechargeable battery-powered fan and a water reservoir that holds enough liquid to work for up to two hours between fill-ups, feeding the air through two pipes that hook under the front of the helmet.

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 (BlueArmor)

The India-based company says it was designed to safely break away in the event of an accident, but it’s also working on a helmet with a fully integrated system built into it that will have more advanced power management features.

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U.S. sales have not been announced, but it is available for Pre-order in India for just $25 dollars and is scheduled to ship in March.

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