Amazon's Selling a Genius $23 Attachable Stroller & Car Seat Fan That Will Keep Your Baby Cool All Summer Long

Summer time, when the living is easy…unless you have a baby, of course. Because summer presents a whole new array of particularly unique climate-related predicaments, atop an already exhausted state. For example, the perpetual summer predicament ensuring your infant stays cool whilst on outdoor excursions when the temperature’s rapidly rising.

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In good news, while we wouldn’t necessarily wish a ninety degree outing on anyone with an infant, Amazon does have the perfect product to solve this summer-time dilemma (as it so often does): The snawowo Mini Personal Fan has flexible, silicon legs that allow for it to easily attach to a car seat or stroller handle, safely keeping your baby comfortably cool in the summer heat.

Rated a 4.6 out of 5 on Amazon, it’s not hard to see why. It has built in rechargeable battery that lasts up to eight hours, only taking about three hours to fully charge in the first place. What’s more, this portable fan has three different wind speeds, all of which operate at low enough volumes that your baby can fall — and stay — asleep soundly — while maintaining the perfect nap time temperature.

And of course, the fan doesn’t need to stay on the stroller or car seat. Its octopus-like legs are not only adorable, but make it super easy to station anywhere, whether it’s to the crib, an umbrella at the beach, standing up on your desk or in your very own hands.

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Stroller Fan

This versatile fan comes in four different colors — black, dark blue, and delightfully adorable light blue and pink. (I’m obsessed with the pink.)

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