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The EvaChill can lower the temperature — and your power bill

Behold, an eco-friendly way to cool off this summer.
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Temperatures are rising, and, power bills be damned, most of us just want to crank the AC to 11 for some much-needed relief. But, rather than dooming ourselves to an exorbitant power bill at the end of the month, there's a smarter way to beat the heat this summer, and it's with the EvaChill EV-500 Personal Air Conditioner, which is on sale for only $79.

Lightweight, energy-efficient, and way cheaper than blasting your AC all summer, the EvaChill is a portable air conditioner that uses water and its patented EvaBreeze® material to cool the air around you. Just fill the water tank and connect to a power supply. From there, the EvaChill's cartridge will absorb the water and spread it evenly through the cooling pads as air blows through them.

This evaporates the water and lowers the air temperature around you and with no heat exhausted. With such a unique design, it's no surprise that the EvaChill took home this year's Red Dot Design Award.

Ultimately, this natural evaporative cooling effect can drop the air temperature by up to 59º in just 10 minutes, giving you some much-needed relief while doing Mother Nature—and your power bill—a huge solid.

The EvaChill usually retails for $99, but you can get your own today for only $79, saving $20 off the normal price.

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