UltraCool Visor

UltraCool Visor does what it says on the tin.

In case you hadn’t guessed already, this is a hat that is ultra cool.Smart Visor And not just because it looks cool either. UltraCool Visor is a device that helps you ‘maintain your chill while when the competition heats up’. It does this by redirecting sweat from your eyes using a smart gutter system (or GUTR) to prevent it from getting in your eyes. This means you can maintain your focus, and won’t constantly be blinking through salty beads.

Of course it also does other visor/hat stuff, like blocking the sun from your eyes while allowing your head to breathe.

Sweat and Tears

This isn’t the first device of its kind to come from startup GUTR. The company previously released their similar ‘GUTR Sweat’ sweatband, which customers loved. Of course, some sports benefit more from a visor than a headband, and so the UltraCool Visor was a logical next step for the team.

What comes after UltraCool? They’ll be continuing the successful product line with other hats and sweat management solutions.

GUTR believes that these creations have a range of uses outside of sports too. They envisage GUTR technology being used by delivery drivers, warehouse workers, and cooks. They’re a company with their eye on the ball!

If you’d like to learn more about the project, then head over to the Kickstarter page here.

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2 Responses to UltraCool Visor

  1. Jiawei says:

    The UltraCool Visor looks like a great product for all industry workers.

    How do I get in contact with you and at the same time receiving more information too?

    Thanks

  2. Matt Hall says:

    Thanks for the comment. If you want to get in touch with the guys making go to http://www.sweargutr.com. The founders name is Erik and he is a really
    nice guy.

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