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Zaahn Ultra Chill is a compact device that will sit on a flat surface of your choice and is meant to cool the area immediately surrounding you. Each one sits about 17 centimeters high and has been designed to suck in hot, dry air from the environment and convert it into a fine, moist mist. This device is made for use year-round, and aside from potentially cooling you off in the summer, its humidifying effect may help reduce the effects of sinus colds and sore throats in the winter.
The cost of Zaahn Ultra Chill is $39.90 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $49.85.
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Once you fill your device's 315-milliliter water tank with water, return the tank to the bottom of your device and turn the device on, it'll begin to take in hot, dry air. As it does so, the tool's piezoelectric ultrasonic motor will vibrate at a speed of 108, 000 pulses a second, breaking down the water molecules from the tank into tiny droplets. When mixed together, the hot and dry air from the outside environment, along with these tiny droplets, will create a fine mist that will be emitted from your device and into the air. This mist will immediately start to cool the environment that directly surrounds you, but also humidify it at the same time.
First, twist off your device's water tank in order to remove it from the bottom of the device, and then fill it up with water. You can fill it with water from any source, including your tap, but the colder the water is to start with, the quicker your device will be able to chill the room you're in.
Being careful not to spill any of the water from your tank, reattach the device and the tank, making sure they're screwed together tightly with no spaces where water might leak out. Following that, choose a flat surface, such as a table, to place the entire device on. It should be resting on its base so that you can see the name of the device, located below its grill, super-clearly.
Next, plug your Zaahn Ultra Chill into a power source with its extension cord and press the round button on the top to start it up. After you do so, it should immediately start using the water within its tank to decrease the temperature of the room you're in by up to 50 percent. You'll be able to run your device for up to 10 hours before you'll need to refill the water tank.
When you're done using this cooling tool, use the power button on top to turn it off, and then unplug it. It's not necessary to empty any leftover water from the tank, but if you're going to be carrying the device around from room to room or outside your home, this might be a good idea.
The Zaahn Ultra Chill is only about the size of a bedside lamp, which means that you'll be able to transport yours almost anywhere, even if you're on foot. Plus, regardless of where you put it, it won't take up more than a foot of space while sitting on its base. On the other hand, if you were to use a larger air conditioning unit or a bulky fan to cool your bedroom, your entire home or your office, it would take up much more space. It might also be difficult to move.
Unlike some cooling units, this type is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Your unit may come in especially handy if you want to sit outside on a warm day but also would like a cool breeze blowing onto your face as you relax.
The six-blade grill on the front of each unit, which is what each unit's cool air comes out of, is adjustable. That means you'll be able to tilt it either up or down so the cool air hits you exactly where you want it to make an impact. If your legs tend to get sweaty as you sit at your desk, you may want to aim it at your legs. Alternatively, you can aim it a bit higher if it's sitting on a low table or you specifically want to minimize the amount of perspiration on your face and neck.
As the fan within each Zaahn Ultra Chill has four speeds, it can also be adjusted. If you're extremely hot on any given day, you might want to experience a faster flow of air, while a slower flow may be fine on another day. No matter which of the four fan speeds you select, the device won't become loud as it emits cool air.
While larger air conditioning units often contain filters that need to be cleaned regularly and sometimes replaced, this compact cooling unit doesn't contain any filters at all. That'll be one less part for you to worry about when it comes to the device's efficiency.
Each of these devices comes with a built-in mood light that gives off a bit of blue light, but not enough to keep you awake all night. Consequently, your device may be able to double as a night light, providing you with a bit of brightness when you need to exit your bed and head to the bathroom.
Excessively dry air can lead to a wide variety of health issues, such as dry skin, stuffed-up sinuses, and sore, scratchy throats. These issues can be especially troublesome in the winter, but if you use your Zaahn Ultra Chill to add humidity to the air, your environment will automatically become less dry. In turn, you may start to feel better. If you want to humidify your environment in the winter without making it chilly, just fill the tank of your device with lukewarm water instead of cold water.
The fine mist of water droplets that comes from each of these cooling units has another potentially positive effect. When it mixes with dust particles that are already in the air, it can bond with these particles and make them too heavy to stay afloat. With these particles gone, the general air quality within your environment will be improved.
It appears that this type of unit must be plugged in to be used, so if you're somewhere without a source of electricity, you may not be able to use it. You'll also need to remember to carry along the appropriate extension cord anytime you think you might want to use your device.
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