Most people living in apartments and condos don’t have central air conditioners. And the same goes for those living on campus. Some people go for air conditioners that can be placed onto a window but it’s kind of an eye sore and they are big and bulky. So what are we to do? A fan is okay but what if it’s super hot? It’s just moving hot air around. The solution is the Evapolar Air Conditioner, the world’s first personal air conditioner. With the Evapolar, you won’t have to worry about tubes and hoses. The Evapolar with the power of water evaporation which is simple and efficient. The Evapolar allows you to create a personal micro-climate wherever you are and it’s compact enough to put on your bedside table yet still power enough to cool down a 107 square ft room down to 62.6 degrees Fahrenheit (17 degrees Celsius).
Besides cooling down the air, this little device also purifies and even humidifies the air. Evaportive nanomaterial used by the Russian military is used here to make the Evapolar compact and powerful. This is up to 12 times more energy efficient than your traditional split system. The Evapolar was crowd funded on Indiegogo and ready to ship this June. The Evapolar is available for $179. Make sure to check it out!