3-in-1 Personal Air Cooler

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Reviews (3.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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8/11/2017 by Sara

This device did not live up to its claim. I wanted to use it for my small bedroom and it did not seem to make a difference unless you were 2 inches away from it.


Didn't work, returned

8/14/2018 by Sheryll

Let me start by saying that we used to live where evaporative coolers are the norm in houses rather than refrigerated air, so we knew that that product was limited even before we bought it. We wanted to cool a very small area a few degrees, and it didn't work for our application. Research the limitations of evaporative coolers before buying; they work best when the ambient temperature is under 90F and the humidity is under 30%.

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The Evapolar Story

Power your A/C with a USB.

Cool Off

Evapolar is a personal evaporative cooler that combines the portability of a fan with the cooling power of an air conditioner. And it has the moisture-boosting benefits of a humidifier, too.

The built-in water reservoir saturates a basalt filter (made from igneous rock and glass), creating the cool evaporation. A fan helps circulate that fresh, moist air up to about 45 square feet around you—perfect for a desktop or small room.

Biodegradable basalt is a natural material that filters dust from the air, and it prevents mold and bacteria from growing inside the unit. That makes the cool air

Eugene Dubovoy and Vladimir Levitin were looking for a better way to beat the heat at work. They based Evapolar on the same system used in the Russian subway, and gave it a scaled-down, eco-friendly design. You can even charge the device via USB to create the perfect personal climate just about anywhere.
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