Nano Ice Cooling Necklace: A Giveaway!


Our friend Sam White, inventor of the Nano-Ice Cooling Necklace, was just featured on NSNBC.

Watch the short clip here and listen as Sam describes his cooling necklace.

Giveaway: Sam is offering the beautiful necklace at the top of this post to one lucky Friend for the Ride reader. For a chance to win, please enter a comment by December 15. Thanks!

Learn more and purchase cooling necklaces and scarves on the Nano-Ice website.

Free Shipping! Sam is offering free shipping through the holidays!

Amazon: Here’s the Amazon link.

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Nano Cooling Scarf: A Giveaway and a Holiday Gift Idea!


My friend Sam White is the brilliant inventor of the Nano Cooling necklace. Sam just sent me his latest fashion statement for women with hot flashes: The Nano Cooling Scarf.

Menopausal hot flashes just got a lot more stylish!


The scarf comes in purple or rainbow. Sam writes, “This is a more subtle style than the necklace spheres but gives you the same cooling relief from the heat.” He adds, “We hope this helps you stay cool when your partner wants to put the heat up in your home this winter!”

Giveaway: Sam is offering a scarf to a lucky Friend for the Ride winner. You can choose between the purple and the rainbow.  If you want the scarf as a gift, Sam will get it to you before the holidays. To win, please enter a comment before December 15. Thanks, Sam!

Check out the Nano Cooling site here. The scarves are freezer charged. Now that’s cool!

Hot Flashes, Menopause

Beat the Heat in Style with Nano-Ice Cooling Necklace: A Giveaway!


A post by Sam White, inventor of the Nano-IceCooling Necklace:

Let me share my short personal story. I spent many years living in India deploying a new cold-storage technology to enable dairy farmers to chill their milk at their villages without diesel generators (you can see more details in this TEDx)

I recently moved back to Boston to get married. My wife started to get hot flashes during pregnancy, so I adapted what I learned in India and invented a freezer-charged Cooling Necklace. It’s a way for you to cool the blood flowing through the arteries of your neck. This provides remarkable cooling effects for people who suffer from menopause, as you can see from the testimonial below.  More importantly, I hired a designer so my wife would feel comfortable wearing a beautiful necklace in public while getting hours of cooling relief. I sincerely hope you do too.  You can see more at


The Problem with menopause: Hot flashes come and go with menopause. Overheating can cause tremendous discomfort at any moment. The only alternative is a wet absorbent towel or a cumbersome cooling vest.

The beautiful Nano-Ice Cooling Necklace is a fashionable way to provide constant cooling of the blood flowing to the brain via neck arteries. It’s filled with uniquely dense ice that is placed in a freezer and can then provide cooling relief for over 2 hours.

Blue Necklace

Hear how Nano-Ice Cooling Necklace is providing relief from Lea’s hot flashes:


Giveaway: Nano-Ice is offering a necklace to one lucky Friend for the Ride winner. For a chance to win, please enter a comment by March 15. Thanks, Nano-Ice!

Questions: Sam would love to hear from you! Please email him: Sam at

Sam White co-founded Promethean Power Systems in 2007 after winning 2nd place at the MIT$100k. Promethean Power developed a thermal storage technology that enables cold-storage of perishable foods without diesel generators where there is unreliable power.  The thermal storage technology is based on freezing and melting ice efficiently.  Today, for the first time in India’s history, this revolutionary battery is eliminating the need for diesel generators for over 150 villages when chilling milk.  During his journey with Promethean Power, Sam also co-founded Greentown Labs and Nano-Ice Cooling Necklace.

He is the recipient of a few awards such as the GE Ecomagination prize (2010); Boston Globe’s Innovator of the year (2011); NASA’s Launch Energy Innovators Fellows (2012) and World Economic Forum Tech Pioneer (2012).

Sam White

Nano Ice