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With its 8500 cubic feet per minute power rating, this evaporative cooler can cool large areas up to 2100 square feet: 5 to 10 times more than the are regular evaporative coolers can handle. This allows it to comfortably be used in warehouses, workspaces, and very large houses. See More
Despite this unit being 53" tall, more than 20" deep, and weighing hefty 120 pounds, it can be moved around with ease. That's because of the practical casters built under the unit. The casters swivel in all directions, and they have a locking mechanism for extra safety. See More
This cooler is capable enough to cool down rooms as big as 320 square feet. That is enough for a small flat or a large living room. The cooling process itself is very efficient, as the unit consumes only about 50 W of electrical power, an impressive number, especially compared to other devices that need ten to twenty times as much. See More
This unit can cover spaces as large as 850 square feet, meaning that you effectively use it to cool a large flat or even a small house. This is due to the sturdy 1540 cubic feet per minute fan and unique-shaped water-moistened pads. Furthermore, the unit has oscillating louvers which distribute the air very evenly. See More
The water reservoir can hold 15.8 gallons of water, meaning that the device can work for several hours before it needs to be filled up again. When the tank is almost full, a built-in alarm will give out a warning about that. Alternatively, you can attach a hose to the unit for a continuous external water supply. See More