Hessaire Products MC18M Mobile Evaporative Cooler, 1,300 Cfm, Gray

June 13, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $161.10Amazon.com Price
(as of June 15, 2019 05:35 GMT+0200 - Details)

The hessaire 1,300 cfm evaporative cooler is compact in size, pleasing in aesthetics and the performance ex ceeds coolers of a much larger size. this performance is achieved through ex panding air-intake areas to the hi-density x el50 rigid media. the hi-density x el50 media provides 80% more evaporation surface compared to regular density media. this means higher evaporation efficiency and cooler temperatures. patented ax ial prop is energy efficient and throws cool air farther. molded with abs resin, creating a strong, yet lightweight design. this model has a handle to carry the unit. 1-year warranty..

Product Features

  • The product is manufactured in United States
  • Electric Consumption:0.7A/82W


Anonymous says:

Cools down even at 116 in Las Vegas Bought this for my patio where we get 116.Was surprised how cool it got that dayEasy set up right price .Water it holds 5 gallons largest one I foundBest of all with included adapter you can connect a water hose so no worries about filling it.

Anonymous says:

This thing works great! This thing works great! Yes, the plastic is a little flimsy as other reviewers have said. So what?! It sits there and it works way beyond my expectations.I work in a shop with no AC and no insulation. It’s usually over 100 degrees from June through September her. We’re currently at 100 degrees or more for over 30 days in a row. Right now it’s 100 degrees as I type this. I put this cooler under my desk, facing me and it keeps my legs, all the way up to my arms and neck, nice…

Anonymous says:

and by FAR the best. Full disclosure – I’ve only owned it for … I didn’t buy this through Amazon, but since nobody has reviewed it here I decided to do so. This is my fourth swamp cooler since 1995, and by FAR the best. Full disclosure – I’ve only owned it for a day.Last unit was an Arctic Cove 350 model. It leaked after one year of use, sucked air through it’s flow control valve around the same time, and died after three summers, so it was time for a replacement.At my work I used some Arctic Cove 500 and 700 models – used to…

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