About this item
- Useful evaporative air cooler
- Carbon dust filter cleanses the air.
- Comes with castor wheels for easy mobility
- Features electronic controls and removable filter
The Honeywell CSO71AE Indoor Evaporative Air Cooler is ideal for spot cooling in any home or office. Three fan speeds and oscillating louvers improve air circulation and provide an even distribution of cool air up to 100 square feet. In addition to optimum cooling provided by the honeycomb cooling media, the carbon dust filter cleanses the air. The unit consumes only 50 watts of power and includes an automatic shutoff timer for even more energy savings. The electronic control panel is easy to use and the remote control lets you operate your cooler from across the room. Plus, this lightweight unit has side handles and four durable caster wheels allowing easy mobility.
Dimensions (Overall): 25.4 inches (H) x 15.0 inches (W) x 9.8 inches (D)
Weight: 12.3 pounds
Features: Oscillating, Electronic Controls, Self-evaporative System, Removable Filter, Portable, Multi-directional Air Flow
Assembly Details: No assembly required
Room Size Range: Under 100 sq. ft.
Volts Required: 120 Volts
Amps Required: .45 amps
Airflow (CFM): 150
Number of Cooling Speeds: 3
Number of Fan Speeds: 3
Battery: 1 CR2032 Lithium, Required, included
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Item Number (DPCI): 085-16-0140
Energy Guide Label Not Required:
ENERGYGUIDE LABEL NOT REQUIRED
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Most helpful positive reviews
Portable evaporative air cooler
5 out of 5 stars
samerica — 1 year ago
It's an evaporative air cooler, not an a/c, for areas without windows to vent usual portable a/c units. Google these things before you buy, it's not a bad product for what it's advertised as.
Most helpful negative reviews
Not worth it
(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
Jaime — 1 year ago
Not worth it. I don't recommend it at all if what your looking for is an improvement to a fan. $15 dollar fan works better. I'm not discontent because it's quieter than a fan. If you're after colder air...invest in a true AC unit which is what i'm doing at the moment.see moreof the reviewer's review