Air conditioning units are traditionally worn on the body, but the 'MiClimate' looks to change this notion. Outfitted with the ability to keep riders warm or cold depending on the weather, the 'MiClimate' is worn on the body and can be controlled via a Bluetooth remote on the handlebars.
The 'MiClimate' works by sending air -- either warm or cold -- up the wearers' jacket to provide customized relief. Being that riding a motorcycle when it's quite hot or quite cold can be uncomfortable, the 'MiClimate' works to provide soothing relief. The unit can operate for about four hours before needing to be recharged.
The 'MiClimate' heating and air conditioning units are currently available for preorder on Indiegogo where riders can pick up the product at pre-market prices.
The 'MiClimate' Ensures Riders Maintain a Comfy Temperature
Michael Hemsworth — April 11, 2016 — Autos
References: miclimate.net & gizmag