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Our story


How we got our start?
JISULIFE is an integrated lifestyle innovating team that designs remarkable gadgets to inspire people and elevate their life. We always believe that everyone has the right to enjoy high-quality life.We insist on taking care of users' daily demands and pursue a quality personal lifestyle with them.
What makes our product unique?
Our in-house designers, nearly half of our team members, are doing design and creativity-relating work everyday to create and develop new products.Focusing on the most basic elements of daily life--home and personal gadgets
Why we love what we do?
With the core idea of "Be yourself, Be the best," JISULIFE persists in producing lovely and humanized lifestyle products. The lifestyle advocated by JISULIFE is about keeping a "calm and reasonable" consumption style and self-independence and avoiding being a trend follower.

Product Description

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JISULIFE Lastest Version of Adjustable Portable Neck Fan

More User-Friendly Design:

  • The dual ducts will bring different airflow to the face and neck. Blowing for a long time will not burden the neck
  • JISULIFE‘s adjustable neck fan won’t feel numb when worn for a long time.

More Flexible Adjustment:

  • Free 180° adjustment according to your preference
  • The upper air outlet mainly blows on the face.
  • The side air outlet mainly blows on the neck.
  • You can adjust 30° up and down or 60° left and right according to your preferences

More Powerful Air Flow:

  • Twin turbines can provide you more fresh air and keep you cool anywhere

NOTE: In order to provide more powerful wind, the weight of this product is 0.89LB (405g), the actual use of the experience may vary from person to person.

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