Chill Out: 10 Products to Keep You Cool

Are you hot enough yet? With the country suffering from the worst drought in more than half a century and temperatures in the 90s (and higher) in many places, it’s been one hot summer. To keep cool during these sweltering months, we’ve rounded up a group of clever gadgets that specialize in the art of chilling out. From ice pop molds to the prettiest table fan we’ve ever seen, these are some truly cool goodies:

Fuoriserie red table fanPhoto: Ballacor
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Fan Club

Sure, it's pricier than the most basic model, but these colorful coolers are so stylish, we couldn't resist them. Fuoriserie Watermelon Red Three Speed Fan, $139, Bellacor.com
Cooolaroo shadePhoto: Bed Bath & Beyond
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Made in the Shade

Add shade to your yard with this modern shade cover--simply tie up its three corners and you have a cool spot to sit. Coolaroo® 9' 10" Party Sail, $30, BedBathAndBeyond.com
Crate-and-Barrel-Pop-Up-CoolerPhoto: Crate & Barrel
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Frozen Asset

This handy cooler collapses for easy storage and then expands to hold up to 30 pounds of drinks and ice--a moveable party! Pop-Up Cooler, $25, CrateandBarrel.com
uncommongoods-ice-pop-moldsPhoto: UncommonGoods
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Break the Mold

Both grown-ups and kids alike are sure to enjoy these ice pop molds that create treats in the shapes of sailboats, rockets and robots. Ice Pop Mold, $12 for a set of 6, UncommonGoods.com
Rabbit wine chillerPhoto: Metrokane
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A White Night

A nice, cold glass of wine quickly gets warm on a hot day. This glass and stainless steel carafe will keep chilled wine cold for 90 minutes or more. Rabbit Wine Chilling Carafe, $50, Metrokane.com
ice straws Fred FlarePhoto: Fred Flare
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A Cool Sip

What's better than drinking a cold drink on a hot day? Drinking a cold drink through a straw made of ice! This unique ice tray makes it possible. Ice Straws, $14, FredFlare.com
Container Store retro ice bagsPhoto: Container Store
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Pack a (Cold) Punch

Designed to apply cold to bruises and aches, we think these vintage-style ice bags would work just as well to cool us off on a hot day. Retro Ice Bags, $13 each, ContainerStore.com
PBTeen dorm mini coolerPhoto: PBTeen
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Cool It

The tiniest fridge of all! This mini-cooler plugs into any wall socket to keep your drinks cool right at your desk. Mini Cooler, $59, PBTeen.com
Zoku Quick Pop MakerPhoto: Williams-Sonoma
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Presto Pops!

This little gadget lets you make your own ice pops in as little as seven minutes! Zoku Quick Pop Maker, $50, Williams-Sonoma.com
Pier1 pagoda umbrellaPhoto: Pier1
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Umbrella Upgrade

Update your patio with an outdoor umbrella, whose silhouette mimics the roofline of Asian architecture. Chili Pagoda Umbrellas, $120 to $150, Pier1.com