Introverts are in paradise right now.

Pandemic-panic has been a blessing for those more comfortable with their own company; remote working, self-isolation and masking up against the world is just the ticket for many.

Now an American startup called Hall Labs - a Utah-based tech, material science, and manufacturing incubator - has come up with an innovative, fully-enclosed Microclimate helmet that'll keep you isolated from the world even when you're fully engaged in it.

Viruses, germs and fresh air are of course, for those who are ill-prepared.

It's unclear as to you are able to eat, talk, kiss, scratch your nose or sneeze while wearing the head bubble, but if that doesn't bother you then $199 is a small price to pay for your very own space capsule.

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The built-in ventilation system means you can breathe easy.