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Sweat Band Gutter

For when you really sweat!
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I propose a small gutter that is attached to the lower side of your sweatband that curves such that excess sweat squeezed from the sweat band is directed away from your face and eyes thus preventing sweat from running in your eyes or onto your glasses.
jhomrighaus, Jul 13 2010

Enthalpy change of solution http://en.wikipedia...nthalpy_of_solution
Useful to know. [8th of 7, Jul 13 2010]

Lil' Rinser Bath Face Protector http://www.bellybey...n+washing+hair.html
For keeping shampoo out of baby's eyes. [swimswim, Jul 14 2010]

Sweat band Gut'r http://www.ppolnews...headband-halo-sweat
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jul 17 2010]

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       Hi Jason! Nice to see you! +
xandram, Jul 13 2010
  

       Then add a recirculating pump that sprays it out again as mist upon your crown.
normzone, Jul 13 2010
  

       Pack the sweat band with ammonium nitrate. It has a positive enthalpy of solution. Potassium chlorate is even better.
8th of 7, Jul 13 2010
  

       read: Sweat Gland Butter
daseva, Jul 14 2010
  

       A thicker sweatband will allow the absorption of more water, as well as allow the outer surface to evaporate water, preventing the run-off effect.
Cedar Park, Jul 14 2010
  

       Cedar Park; That has not been my experience as I work construction type work and when it is really hot and humid a sweat band simply cant keep up.
jhomrighaus, Jul 14 2010
  

       Perhaps you've not found a sweatband that's as thick as a rolled-up beach towel...
Cedar Park, Jul 17 2010
  

       [Cedar Park] I think what you're describing is a "turban."
mouseposture, Jul 17 2010
  

       (+) Good idea.
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