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Personal Air Conditioner

Posted October 8, 2015

Evapolar is a desktop personal air conditioner that humidifies and purifies air. Developers says that created climate is healthy for skin and hair, and makes you feel comfortable where you need it.


In order to make it small and powerful, developers had to develop a special evaporative nanomaterial that was previously a part of Russian military tech. This nanomaterial is based on basalt fibers which absorbs huge amounts of water and ensures extremely intensive evaporation even from them small surface.


The device is eco-friendly and 12 times more energy efficient than traditional split systems, because it consumes around 18W of power. It doesn’t use Freon or any other toxic coolants in order to chill the air. The device is estimated to be able to condition the air around from 6 to 8 hours.

The project campaign is on the Indiegogo and already raised $100,000 to start mass production. If you wish one, you can get it for $179, otherwise, the device is planning to retail for $250.


Source: Indiegogo


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