Evapolar Portable Air Conditioner

May 8, 2017

Category: Tech

Even if you live in a part of the world where you don’t need central heating and air every single day, there will always be those few weeks out of every summer that are just miserable without it. Instead of getting stranded in your apartment-turned-oven over the next few months, you can escape the heat with the Evapolar Portable Air Conditioner.

This brilliant little gadget is engineered to provide 8 hours of air conditioning on a single charge and tank of water. Its small footprint makes it easy to bring along with you wherever you go, and the integrated iOS and Android app control makes its operation totally intuitive. To top it all off – this version of the Air Conditioner, a follow up to the company’s previous 2015 release, is billed as being much more energy efficient. This is due in large part to the brand’s proprietary EvaBreeze tech that cools without using any type of toxic materials like freon. Safe, cool, and efficient. Summer goals if we’ve ever seen them.

Purchase: $300

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