Handy Cooler Personal Air Conditioner

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Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

13 Comments to Handy Cooler Personal Air Conditioner

  1. Shawn Evans

    My friend has it… he says its like the best thing ever invented. lol. I'll have to see it to believe it.

  2. I brought one from my friend and using in Aus. One of his partner is discussing for the dealership in Australia, seems like it will be started selling from Sydney as some kind of car’s cooler.

  3. Any one know if they sell this product in Australia/New Zealand? Have been looking for any retailer that sells one around here but can’t find one. Thanks.

  4. HaileyChitchat

    My buddy got one and said its great. I was told it cools the air quite well and humidifies it for easy breathing. It’s not an air conditioner but it works just like a swamp evaporative coolers you get from CVS/walgreens. Gives a pretty good punch too for a couple of hours on one set of batteries. I’m trying to find where I can get one at the lowest price.

  5. I’ve purchased a unit of the Handy Cooler and have to say it works really well. I live in the Mid West and the conditions for using it are perfect.

    For the comments on the product being a scam, I think you should read their website first. They don’t claim to be an air conditioner but instead an evaporative cooling fan. You should double check your facts before making false accusations.

  6. It’s a scam. It’s not an air conditioner, but a mini “Desert Cooler”. Doesn’t work in humid conditions. Will probably be nice in dry and hot conditions.

  7. I thought Ipod was the only thing that is getting small, but it seems air conditioner is following be hide.

    “The fan draws air over the damp sponge, cooling it by up to 25 degrees Fahrenheit.”

    I don’t see how does the air cool to 25 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s so small.

    I guesses it doesn’t has the basic components like a regular air conditioner units does.

    The disadvantage it take 4 double A batteries, you have to carry water, take it dirty dust and recirculate to your face with cool air.

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