'ice bra' aims to keep women cool everywhere This Summer (PHOTO)

'ice bra' aims to keep women cool everywhere This Summer (PHOTO)

Nagasaki : Japan | May 10, 2012 at 5:26 AM PDT
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The bra conjointly options a miniature fan to any aid within the cooling method and, for a few reason, is intended to appear sort of a fish tank.

The company -- that is understood for making novelty product that never really return to promote -- apparently came up with the concept in reaction to the necessity to conserve energy throughout the recent Japanese summers, significantly in light-weight of the country's lack of operating nuclear reactors within the wake of the Fukushima disaster, in line with Agence France-

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