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With scorching hot weather on the way, you’ll want to make sure your air conditioners are in working order. But you might not want to chill your entire house all the time (enter dollar signs here). We’ve got the answer: The Yasuoo personal air conditioner lets you cool just the space around you, and it’s only $48 on Amazon. Plus, it has the reviews to back it up—more than 4,000 shoppers have given it a 4.8 out of 5-star rating. What does that mean? It’s time to chill.
This baby is a 3-in-1—in addition to being a whisper-quiet air conditioner, it’s a purifier and humidifier too.
Just fill it up with water and plug it into a standard outlet or USB port. You can even add ice cubes or a drop of essential oil for some extra excitement. When the water tank is full, it’ll run for eight hours at a pop.
At just three pounds and with a top-mounted handle, it’s easy to tote around. And it’s just the right size for a desk, coffee table, nightstand or windowsill.
If you’re getting a little bored while working or just need to lift your spirits, have no fear! The air conditioner has built-in LED mood lighting. It’ll cycle through seven different colors for your very own light show. And you can stop it at whichever color you choose.
It’s a speedy little unit, says this reviewer: “It took less than five minutes to install,” says the cool customer. “And it was able to cool down my hot room that had a broken air conditioning vent for months in less than three minutes.”
“Nice and cool for such a little guy,” says another fan. “It works great as long as you’re close to it. I use it in my bedroom at night; I keep it next to my bed and I’m happy with it.”
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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