Aerogel Pouch Uses NASA Grade Material For Ultra Light/Ultra Insulated Storage

Aerogel Pouch Uses NASA Grade Material For Ultra Light/Ultra Insulated Storage

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Aerogel Pouch Uses NASA Grade Material For Ultra Light/Ultra Insulated Storage

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Very cool use case for NASA grade Aerogel just popped up on Kickstarter. The pouch uses a synthetic porous ultralight material derived from a gel, in which the liquid component for the gel has been replaced with a gas resulting in an extremely low-density material with low thermal conductivity. Handy for spaceships and handy for keeping your spare batteries and beer immune to extremes in heat and cold:

“UNTETHER FROM TEMPERATURE – That’s the Cold Case Gear objective. We use Aerogel, that’s right, that NASA stuff, to make our unique, patent pending, product line. It is ultra light and ultra insulating. It’s the real workhorse behind the Cold Case Gear line. Cold Case Gear makes products to insulate your food, water, fuel, and electronics from both extreme hot and cold. Store your cliff bars, energy gels, water filters, medication, and electronics in our pouch. The Pouch will protect them from whatever is happening outside so they can function as intended. “

I think the $35 price point for the dob kit sized pouched is completely reasonable if it lives up to its thermal conductivity claims (winter camping with backup batteries can be a nightmare). Watch the video and check out the crowdfunding campaign HERE:

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