Air Cooler PLUS keeps you cool
Summer’s here, and the world has to go on even when a couple of celebrities have signed out permanently in the past week. Well, guess sweat and tears will mix throughout the world as most people who grew up in the 1980s mourn for the passing of the King of Pop and to a lesser extent, the most outstanding Charlie’s Angel from the original trio. Well, it need not be this way for places that are experiencing summer (or if you happen to live in a desert or a place along the Equator where it is summer all year round), as there is the new waterless Air Cooler PLUS that provides air cooler comfort without the swamp cooler odor produced by water-based evaporative coolers.
What makes the new Air Cooler PLUS different from conventional air coolers? For starters, it is waterless, hence being able to provide effective cooling in even the muggiest humidity levels. This is also the rare few (some would even claim it is the only one) air cooler that does not add humidity to the room, making it a suitable choice for folks who hate the musky smell that comes as an unwanted side effect. Currently, the Air Cooler PLUS is available for immediate shipment for relief from soaring summer temperatures. Needless to say, t is much more energy efficient and environmentally friendly compared to a regular air conditioner, and if you are able to do away with a couple of drops in the temperature notch, why not take the air cooler route?
The Air Cooler PLUS was designed with a patent-pending waterless cooling chamber that stores a couple of advanced frozen gel packs and boasts an energy-efficient variable-speed fan. These gel packs are filled with advanced HD-Ice material, where each of them offer more cooling than conventional ice. All cooled air will flow through a special dry HEPA filter to make sure unwanted dust and other microbes won’t make their rounds around the room. Tipping the scales at less than 25 pounds, you can be sure the Air Cooler PLUS is highly portable compared to your air conditioner or portable AC units. It costs around $0.12 a day to operate, the rough equivalent of burning one 60-watt light bulb.