This temperature bracelet cools you down or warms you up with the press of a button

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Everyone’s body works differently, but one thing that’s constant for everyone is some level of overheating or overcooling. You know, that feeling when you’re too hot or too cold, and there’s no way for you to get that immediate relief?

Well, the folks at Embr Labs have created a wearable — and fashionable — device that fixes that problem with the press of a button.

Shop: Embr Wave Bracelet, $299

Credit: Embr Labs

The Embr Wave Bracelet is arguably one of the coolest inventions on the market today. So, here’s how it works: Whenever you find that you’re too warm or too cold, simply press the strip at the top of the device’s outer face. The Wave cools down or warms up the sensitive skin on your wrist to change how you feel overall.

This wearable tech piece is perfect for workouts, long commutes or even a day of running errands. It’s ideal for those who need help cooling down from a stressful day or event and works wonders for those who run warm while asleep.

The Wave runs on two to three days of battery life on one full charge and comes with a micro USB charging cable, a soft pouch for storage and a quick start guide.

Credit: Embr Labs

Shoppers also can’t get enough of The Wave. One shopper even dubbed it “truly a lifesaver” for those who have hot flashes for any reason.

“I have horrible hot flashes caused by my meditation,” the five-star reviewer wrote. “These hot flashes are incredibly uncomfortable and my Embr Wave gets me through them every day.”

Another shopper who said they’ve “run hot all my life” was pleasantly shocked that the device “really works.”

“I think to myself, ‘This just can’t work,’ but the next thing I know, it is two or three hours later, and I haven’t thought about being hot the whole time,” the stunned shopper wrote.

The only con a couple of shoppers had for this device is that it’s a little large for those with petite wrists. However, one shopper who shared this sentiment added that “it still fits and works well.”

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