The Embr Wave is a ‘personal thermostat’ and heater/cooler for your wrist that heats and cools you at the press of a button. CNBC’s Erin Black tries it out.
According to Embr, how hot or cold you feel has far more to do with local temperature sensations than your core body temperature. That’s why running your wrists under cold water on a hot day feels so refreshingly chill, and why cupping your hands around a warm mug of tea on a cold day gives you a comforting feeling of warmth.
You might think the Embr Wave is heating the blood flowing through your radial artery, but Embr says there is a higher density of temperature-sensitive nerve endings on the inside of your wrist than on your fingertips. That’s what makes it such a perfect spot. Embr Wave works to product the same effect of putting an ice cube or a heat pack on your wrist—same relaxing relief instantly, at any time.
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