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Atomic Cool is a portable unit, about the size of a coffee maker, that you'll be able to use to cool down various rooms in your home while it's hot out. The unit is so compact that you'll even be able to carry it from room to room along with you, if you desire. This small black unit can be powered by electricity, via a traditional plug-in, but it can also be powered by batteries, which'll come in handy if you want to travel with it.
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Each unit works so effectively due to its evaporative water filters that make use of H20 cool fusion technology. This means that your unit will suck in hot, stale and dry air from the immediate environment and convert it into cool, moist air that'll make you feel much more comfortable. Each unit has the ability to cool down an area of up to 50 square feet for hours at a time, so even if you move your unit, some of its effects will linger.
Each Atomic Cool unit has a digital thermostat that you can adjust in order to control the exact temperature you'd like your immediate area to be. You'll also be able to choose whether you want the device's fan to blow at a low or high setting ( the high setting will likely cool you down faster, but'll make more noise ). The thermostat operates via Fahrenheit temperatures.
This device is light and compact enough that almost anyone will be able to carry it around the house or even outside the home, and you may choose to use it in your vehicle. You may also find it useful beside your desk at your workplace, at the cottage, or in your RV. If you have a large suitcase, it'll fit right in the corner without taking up a ton of room that you need for clothing.
You can choose whether you want to plug your unit into an electrical outlet or operate it by using batteries. If you're at home, using an electrical outlet may be fine, but if you're on the road, using batteries may be necessary. In the event that your power goes out in the summer, you'll also be able to continue to cool your home by using batteries in this unit.
The Atomic Cool cooling unit is black and silver, so regardless of where you have it sitting, it won't be extremely conspicuous, distracting from your decor.
You'll be able to use one of these units in virtually any room of your home, such as your hot kitchen while you're cooking or your work area in your stuffy garage. If you decide that you want to cool more than one room at once, you may even want to obtain several units and turn one on in each room. The units are so small that they'll comfortably rest on a piece of furniture iike a night table or a bathroom cabinet without taking up too much space.
Even if you don't have a unit for every room, once you've had a unit on for a few hours in one room, the room won't immediately heat up again after you move the device. Instead, your unit's cooling effects will stay behind for a few hours, keeping whoever's in the room quite cool and comfortable.
If you're too hot in your home or in any space, this can cause health problems like heat stroke and / or trouble breathing, in addition to general discomfort. Fortunately, if you have even one of these Atomic Cool units, this will contribute to increased coolness in any space and thereby contribute to the good health of the people within it. Keeping cool is important for everyone, but it's especially beneficial for those individuals suffering from temporary or permanent physical conditions like asthma or allergies.
It's stated that you can use batteries to operate one of these units, but batteries are not included with any of them, so you'll have to obtain them on your own.
Many people choose to use large air conditioning units, but these can take up tons of space in a home and cannot usually be moved from room to room. Plus, they're not always suitable for small apartments and dorm rooms, as they simply may not fit or may not be allowed by management.
Other people, those without air conditioning units, will turn on multiple fans within their home. This can give you a false sense of cooling, but really, the same hot air is just continuously being blown around an area while the fans are on. Unless you sit directly in front of a fan, which can be inconvenient, your body temperature likely won't drop much and you could still have breathing issues.
If it's cool outside, opening all or almost all the windows is a good strategy for cooling one's home. However, if it's super-hot or even warm outdoors, this won't work, and you may in fact make your house hotter while letting more potential allergens in at the same time.
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