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2008

Good Design Award

Award-winning item
Temperature regulating baby clothing [37 degrees]
Business Owner
Karen Welman
Domain/Category
Human body - Wearable products, personal care products
Company
37 degrees ltd (United Kingdom)
Award Number
08A01023
Outline of Good Design Award winners
Outline of Good Design Award winners 2008

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Outline

Temperature regulating baby clothing, which uses a technology developed by NASA for the astronauts suit to help reduce the risk of overheating in babies. The technology is intergrated into the fibres and and takes the excess heat away from the babies bodies and stores it within millions of microcapsules and then releases it back slowly when a drop in temperature is sensed. Allowing parents peace of mind knowing their babies are safer

Producer

Karen Welman, Director and Inventor, Pearlfisher

Director

Karen Welman, Designer, Pearlfisher

Designer

Karen Welman/ Suzie Holland, Designer Pearlfisher

karen welman

More information

http://www.37degrees.co.uk

Already on the market
2003/10/1

Evaluation

An innovative wear to prevent the rise in babies and toddlers' body temperature, which was developed by using the technology of NASA's spacesuits. The wear makes it possible to regulate the body temperature of babies and toddlers who are influenced by the change of temperature by weather and air conditioners, etc. It not only has superb function against life-threatening problem but also has nice and soft touch and appealing appearance with a symbol mark design. From a viewpoint of communication, naming "37 degrees", that easily conveys the function of the product, and a beautiful package were also favorably evaluated.

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