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Old 10th August 2008, 01:42   #1
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The Suzukaze (Cool Breeze) seat cushion is the latest personal air conditioning from Japanís Kuchofuku, maker of air-conditioned beds and clothes. Using new materials and energy-saving fans, Suzukaze cools you in your seat without being power hungry or noisy.

To promote airflow, Suzukaze uses Super Spacer material that is soft and flexible, and transfers the softness of the seat youíre sitting on through the cushion to your body.

http://www.kilian-nakamura.com/catal...ion-p-305.html
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There's only one solution if you want your butt to be cool: don't wear leather pants.
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