Ah, summer—that wonderful and whimsical time of year in which friends and family gather at the beach, enjoy an endless number of BBQs, and spend hours on end socializing in the great outdoors. Well, at least that’s what summer used to be like.
With many of us still following social distancing guidelines, much of our summer is poised to be spent indoors—an unfortunate turn of events that will have us reaching for our expensive AC far more frequently.
So why not make the most of a less-than-ideal summer situation by ditching that expensive AC unit for something far more practical and affordable?
These EvaChill and EvaSMART air conditioning units will keep you supremely comfortable during the hot summer months, and they’re available starting at just $80.
If you’re looking to save some cash while staying cool, check out the effortlessly powerful and compact EvaChill EV-500 unit—an eco-friendly and portable air conditioner that uses evaporative cooling to drop the air temperature in any room by up to 59 degrees Fahrenheit in just 10 minutes. This tiny-yet-mighty cooling system even boasts a soft blue LED light that can up your home’s overall vibe, and a single-button design makes it incredibly easy to use.
Or, if you need something even more advanced, you could go with the EvaSMART 2. Available for over 25 percent off at just $180 and also available in stormy gray, this multifaceted air conditioning unit also uses evaporative cooling to quickly lower the temperature around you. But, unlike the EvaChill, this one lets you control the unit using an integrated touchpad, mobile app, or simply your voice.
And since the EvaSMART only consumes a mere 12.5W of power, you’ll be able to save on your electric bill while staying comfortable.
Stay cool this summer while saving money and helping the environment. These EvaChill and EvaSMART air conditioning units are available starting at just $80 right now.
Prices are subject to change.
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