The Airwirl personal heating and cooling invention offers a quick dose of relief when temperatures are at their worst.
Small enough to hold in the hand or fit in a car’s cup holder, the Airwirl consists of a cup and lid with a motorized turbine. After the cup is filled with ice or hand warmers—depending on the need—the fan will pull air through a tube in the body and out an adjustable nozzle in the lid. An insulation layer helps keep the air within the cup at a constant temperature.
According to the Airwirl’s creator, Steve Herweck, the device goes beyond fans or misters by changing the ambient air temperature, delivering cool air when it’s hot or warm air when it’s cold outside.