Arctic Air Pure Chill

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Arctic Air Pure Chill is a personal space cooler that's been created as a compact alternative to an air conditioner and an air purifier in one. It's specified that after the device is filled with water, hot air will pass through the filter, where it'll get cooled and sanitized before it's emitted through the device's fan. This three-speed personal space cooler has been designed for use in bedrooms, offices, garages, and more, and in outdoor spaces such as decks or patios.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Arctic Air Pure Chill is $39.99 and the shipping is FREE!

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Place on Flat Surface

    Before you start using your Arctic Air Pure Chill, you'll need to place it on a flat, stable surface, such as a table or a nightstand. Although the device likely won't drip, unless it's been overfilled with water, you may want to place a piece of paper or cloth underneath it if you're concerned about that.

  2. Plug Device Into Electricity

    To be able to turn on your Arctic Air device completely, you'll have to plug it into an electrical outlet.

  3. Fill and Turn on

    Once your device is plugged in, open and fill the water tank at the top while trying not to let any water slosh over the edges. The water you fill the tank with doesn't have to be freezing, but for the best results possible, it should be somewhat cool. Close up the tank when you're done filling it and press the fan button on the top of the device to turn it on. To cycle through the three fan speeds, continue pressing the button until you arrive at one you're satisfied with.

  4. Adjust Color (optional)

    You may be satisfied with the color of light that your personal space cooler is emitting, but if not, there's another button on top that you'll be able to use to cycle through six options. These options include red, green, white, cyan, purple, and blue.

How It Works

Each Arctic Air Pure Chill contains two inner mechanisms that allow it to do its job properly: an antimicrobial filter and a sanitizing UV light. As the device sits in a particular space, it'll suck in hot, dry air from that space and allow it to pass through its filter. While it does so, the air will mix with the water in the device's tank to become more moist and cool, instead of warm and dry. The filter and the UV light will also sanitize the air, thereby destroying almost any germs, allergens, or viral matter it contains. As a result of this entire process, when the air is eventually released through the cooler's fan, it'll be far more cool, moist, and clean for users to enjoy.


  • Compact

    These air coolers are only about the size of a toaster, so each one won't take up a lot of space on a table, a desk, or a countertop. If you want to transport one away from home with you, you likely won't have trouble finding space for it in your backseat. Plus, since each one doesn't weigh more than a few pounds (even when filled with water), most people will be able to carry it around their home or workplace without a struggle.

  • For Indoor and Outdoor Use

    Many people might choose to use this type of device to cool and moisturize the air indoors, but it's also suitable for outdoor use. It may come in handy on an incredibly hot day when you want to enjoy your backyard or balcony, but you don't want to be dripping with sweat. Keep in mind, however, that you will need to have an available electrical outlet nearby if you want to use this device outside.

  • Long-Lasting Water Cycle

    This air cooler's water cycle tends to be a long one. After you fill up your cooler's water tank, you may not need to refill it again for up to 10 hours. If you're using your device in your bedroom as you sleep, this means that one fill may last you for the entire night, unless you sleep for longer than 10 hours.

  • Whisper-Quiet

    On a related note, the fan within this device has been designed to be whisper-quiet, which means that it'll be unlikely to wake anyone while they're sleeping. It'll also be unlikely to disturb anyone who's using the air cooler while they're working or engaging in another quiet activity, such as reading or knitting.

Positive Points

  • Kills Vast Majority of Germs

    As hot air passes through the Arctic Air Pure Chill, the air cooler will kill as much as 99.9 percent of the germs and allergens that are present in the air. It'll also kill the same amount of germs and allergens that are hanging out in the water that you've added to your device's tank. Therefore, you can rest assured that when you breathe in air that's being released by this cooler, you'll be breathing in clean air that's unlikely to make you (or others around you) sick.

  • Cools by up to 20 Degrees

    When you use this personal air cooler in a certain space, it'll cool the temperature in that space by up to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. On an extremely hot day, this can be significant, as it may represent the difference between someone experiencing the effects of heat exhaustion or not. Furthermore, if you're normally too hot to sleep or work in a particular room, you may find that it's suddenly comfortable to do so after a 20-degree drop in the room's temperature.

  • No Replacement Filters Needed

    With some air conditioners, you might have to replace the filter every few months or so. On the other hand, it's specified that with the Arctic Air Pure Chill, you won't have to replace the antimicrobial filter inside. One filter is expected to last throughout each device's entire lifetime.

Negative Points

  • Won't Cool Very Large Areas

    While the Arctic Air Pure Chill is powerful enough to cool (and humidify) a small room, such as a bedroom or a bathroom, it won't cool an extremely large space in its entirety. If you want to cool an entire floor of your home, or your entire basement, you'll probably need to plug in more than one of these devices to do the job effectively.

  • Doesn't Dehumidify Spaces

    Some people find that their breathing is most effective in cool, humidified spaces, while others actually prefer cool, dehumidified spaces. This personal space cooler will humidify spaces, but it won't dehumidify them, so people with the latter preference may not be satisfied with it. They may find that the device's humidification activates their asthma symptoms, so they may be better off with a dehumidifier and a cooling fan instead.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Arctic Air Pure Chill online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Arctic Air Pure Chill online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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Posted: 16 Jun 2021 DR - (Ashland, WI)


Was not as expected. "60 days money back guarantee" was not honored because I opened the box.

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Posted: 11 Jun 2021 Rick Roberts - (Los Angeles, CA)

Piece of Crap

Useless, ripoff. Wouldn't cool a fly.

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