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Mimic the comfort of a cool lake breeze in your home with this slim spot cooler, built to cool your immediate area. Couch, bed, workspace, breakfast nook - the unit is compact and easily portable for personal evaporative cooling. Choose from three speeds for custom cooling. The easy access honeycomb cooling media makes for easy upkeep, while the remote control lets you control the unit from across the room. This tower design with oscillating louvers allows for the airflow to be distributed evenly, while the slim design makes it convenient to fit comfortably into even more compact spaces. ~ persian_mafia

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A decent price on a decent evaporative cooler.

Make sure you understand that this is not an air-conditioner. In my dry CO weather this works nice, as I don't like that the room AC makes the air too dry. This unit makes the room cooler, with maintaining the humidity. The temperature will be lower by 5 to 10 degree F if used with following the direction.
But, this will definitely not make the room as cold as an AC. If your comfort temperature zone is below 75F, this will definitely not give you that if the outside is like 90F.

I have been on the lookout for one for some time, but haven't found a good brand one at this price point.

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Works in arid environments. A bad idea in most areas of the US during the humid summers.
No no no no no. If someone needs a constant supply of ice, it's probably going to come from their ice maker. The freezer makes ice by heating up the air around the freezer, usually in the living space. This means you would be creating a lot of work and wasted electricity for a net INCREASE in temperature and humidity. Just get a portable ac if you don't have room for a window ac.
i would get another ac...

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Thank you! I'm also in CO and want to give this a try.
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Does this make a good supplement if you have ac and one room that just never cools enough?
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Does this make a good supplement if you have ac and one room that just never cools enough?
I would get a regular fan in addition to an AC in your case.
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I would get a regular fan in addition to an AC in your case.
i would get another ac...
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If you had a container of water with a fan blowing over it, does it achieve the same effect?
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Does this make a good supplement if you have ac and one room that just never cools enough?
Maybe try air circulator, better than fan
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Does this make a good supplement if you have ac and one room that just never cools enough?
This would be counter productive. Your A/C removes humidity while the air cooler adds it. I use central air, but have a portable a/c unit and an air cooler. In most cases, I would recommend sticking with A/C. If you are stuck in a room that you need to cool, and don't have a window, I would suggest considering the air cooler.

An air cooler can work great if you had a means to frequently add ice to it, then it will put the coolness from the ice into the air during the evaporation process, however the unit will require more regulation to keep the temperatures where you want it.
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This would be counter productive. Your A/C removes humidity while the air cooler adds it. I use central air, but have a portable a/c unit and an air cooler. In most cases, I would recommend sticking with A/C. If you are stuck in a room that you need to cool, and don't have a window, I would suggest considering the air cooler.

An air cooler can work great if you had a means to frequently add ice to it, then it will put the coolness from the ice into the air during the evaporation process, however the unit will require more regulation to keep the temperatures where you want it.
No no no no no. If someone needs a constant supply of ice, it's probably going to come from their ice maker. The freezer makes ice by heating up the air around the freezer, usually in the living space. This means you would be creating a lot of work and wasted electricity for a net INCREASE in temperature and humidity. Just get a portable ac if you don't have room for a window ac.
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We have a window evaporated cooler and love it. The key is to open a window with a fan blowing out in the opposite side of the house. Also use the hay sheets not the synthetics. This looks like it comes with a cardboard one, I would look for a small sheet of hay and replace it.
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Can ice be loaded into this along with the water? just read that I can.... tks
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This would be counter productive. Your A/C removes humidity while the air cooler adds it. I use central air, but have a portable a/c unit and an air cooler. In most cases, I would recommend sticking with A/C. If you are stuck in a room that you need to cool, and don't have a window, I would suggest considering the air cooler.

An air cooler can work great if you had a means to frequently add ice to it, then it will put the coolness from the ice into the air during the evaporation process, however the unit will require more regulation to keep the temperatures where you want it.
Dude, no. Yes, AC removes humidity as a side affect of the cooling process, however, you can quickly end up with air that is too dry. This could complement the A/C system nicely by restoring some of that humidity into the air and providing supplemental cooling. Win-win.

Do not add ice if it comes from a refrigerator in the room you want to cool, unless you want to wait until night time to make more ice. Otherwise you will be adding net heat to the room since the fridge will pump out heat making more ice.
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Works in arid environments. A bad idea in most areas of the US during the humid summers.
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So far in my experience with water filled air coolers, they don't work as well as expected. Either get a fan or a good working AC.
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