Noggle, A Flexible Tube That Attaches To Your Car's A/C Vents To Cool Your Kids In The Back

July 18, 2019

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This is The Noogle, a flexible tube that attaches to one of your car's front seat A/C vents so you can push some of that nice, cold air to your children/dogs in the backseat (or warm air in the winter). Alternatively, just use a piece of dryer vent hose like my parents always did. The Noggle is available in 6, 8 and 10-foot lengths, four different fabric covers (to make A/C fun again!) and costs $42 - $52 for some inexplicable reason. It's, uh, it's a plastic hose. The most I've ever payed for a plastic hose is $10, and that had a funnel on one end for-- "Buttchugging." I mean not to sound snooty, but this butt doesn't drink straight from cans.

Keep going for one more shot.

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Thanks again to Jason G, who sent one hot and one cool tip, which I appreciate.

  • Emmers

    I bought this for my baby, because even in Montana there is a 1 month period where its just too hot for the front vents to cool the back. I have square and circle vents, and the noggle came with attatchments for one of each shape, so I attached the noggle to one for my kid and rigged the second to attatch to a 4 inch dryer hose for the dog. That thing was way to expensive! At least I got 2 "noggles" out of it.

  • GeneralDisorder

    The nozzle is calibrating...

  • typowned

    Does it come with a fly attachment? Because then I might be interested.

  • fcpw

    At least Photoshop out that huge vent directly over the kid’s head...

  • Eric Ord

    Thinking about getting one for the work van

  • Draco Basileus

    Does it come with an exhaust pipe attachment?

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  • Douchy McDouche

    Invented by the same guy who strapped an AC unit to his car window.

  • Doog

    Ah yes, Florida Man!

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    Kids don't need A/C. Sweating builds character.

  • The_Wretched

    So, are you thinking what I'm thinking? Set that puppy up to give you a bj?

  • Ollie Williams

    A car is not a stadium with a window AC unit. Cold air blowing in your kids face is not something that needs a solution. The entire car will be cool by using the AC.

  • Talon184

    Given enough time, that's totally true. But, growing up in Texas, I remember crowding into the backseat of a station wagon with 2 siblings in 105 degree heat and never feeling the effect of the a/c in a 20-30 minute drive. It could actually come in handy in that scenario.

  • Emmers

    Actually, we lived in Texas for years and finally I just couldn't cope with the heat. We moved to Montana. Texas has its perks, but golly is it HOT!

  • Ollie Williams

    That's what you get for living in god awful Texas.

  • Talon184

    Wow, you're kind of a dick.

  • Ollie Williams

    Correct.

  • @reallyrealDonald

    Yeah, but when your son is Will Byers and he's been possessed by the Mind Flayer, he needs that cold air directly on his face. On the other hand, for $42-$52 that parasitic demon is just going to have to deal with it.

  • Emmers

    LOL!!

  • Gingerbread

    You know you have failed in an ad when you use a picture of a car that ALREADY has vents in the back rows to advertise this kind of thing.

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