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Bonaire Durango 5,900 CFM 3-Speed Window Evaporative Cooler
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Bonaire Durango

5,900 CFM 3-Speed Window Evaporative Cooler

  • Features a slim, attractive design
  • Easy to install and helps to save money
  • 3-speed design comes with remote and cools up to 1900 sq. ft.
$54800 /each

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Durango's Best Window/Wall Evaporative cooler. Slim attractive design Easy to install and maintain cools up to 1900 sq. ft. Save hundreds of Dollars over Refrigerated A/C. A Green Healthy Alternative for the 21st Century.

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how come water comes out the little black hose in the over flow, can this be stopped

Asked by: basco
we have had very good service from our old Bonaire purchased in 2005 we have now installed it in our home in Utah it had been serviced and cools now as good as when we originally bought it. at that time we paid approx. $375 it has saved us about $600 yearly. The only problem when it was 9 years old the fan (plastic) cracked we replaced it with a stainless fan blade. The cooler only needs a filter for water and normal cleaning.
Answered by: chief
Date published: 2017-06-19

does it have a drain or does it use all of the water it takes in?

Asked by: Bob45
It has a drain
Answered by: diyer
Date published: 2017-05-27

Can you place the unit in the direct sunlight?

Asked by: dave
Ive had mine sitting in direct AZ sunlight every day for the last 6 years and it shows no signs of deterioration. The plastic is still plyable. so Yes you can.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2017-06-19

Can this unit fit in my window?

I have a 21-1/2 inch wide window opening. There is an inch more clearance on the inside. Could I angle this cooler in and it fit? I know it says 22 inch min. width opening, but it looks like from the photos that the 22 inch includes a lip which would not interfere with the opening.
Asked by: handygal
I went into the store to measure this and it actually needs 22 inches with the front cover on but that cover can actually go on on the inside of your window after the opening! The exact measurement that you actually need for the window opening is 19.5 inches or more.
Answered by: mom
Date published: 2017-06-18
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5,900 CFM 3-Speed Window Evaporative Cooler is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 102.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Purchased this product about 2 weeks ago. I noticed that all filters were not getting water to th... Purchased this product about 2 weeks ago. I noticed that all filters were not getting water to them. The problem was that it was off level ever so slightly. The tray that distributes the water fills up then sends the water down like a tributary system. So I took a rat tail file and just opened up the last fey tributaries and now all the filters are getting water. Even partially working our house cooled down the other night to 60 degrees. Not bad when the afternoon heat was a little over 100 degrees and at 11:30 it was still close to 80 out. This system beats both heat pumps on and the electric bill shows the difference. So far so good. Welcome to Vegas!
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Probably "The one I picked" but had lots of issues...had to struggle to extend blower assembly..p... Probably "The one I picked" but had lots of issues...had to struggle to extend blower assembly..plastic parts just weren't lining up. Finally mounted and no cool... tore it apart, bracket holding water pump down and in place was bent, so pump was not sitting right, discharge tube twisted and kinked restricting water flow, But then still no flow as there was not enough water, had to adjust float.. all the Factory Presets and assembly were way off... Guess I picked a " After Holiday Monday" unit but I think its working ok now... just a lot of effort I don't think i should have had to go through with a nearly $600.00 unit...
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best swamp cooler you'll ever buy, keeps house cool with out raising your electric bill, this uni... Best swamp cooler you'll ever buy, keeps house cool with out raising your electric bill, this unit has 3 speeds but I only use the third for a whole house fan, open up a window and blow all the hot air out and pull the cool air in.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I purchased 2 of these last year, one for my home and one for a business location. I cleaned and ... I purchased 2 of these last year, one for my home and one for a business location. I cleaned and prepared for winter and covered it for the winter. It is now a year old, I turned it on and it worked for 1 week and now the pump has quit. I opened the unit and looked at the pump and found out that you cannot clean or repair. I went on line to find information and the only option was replacment. Home Depot does not carry the parts for this cooler but they can order it for you. Guess what, the pump is $60.24. I called the number on my owners manual and happen to get a hot shot who need to look for a different job. I explained my problem and asked about being able to repair or clean the pump and he indicated what I didn't want to hear, you have to replace the pump. I said that is ridiculous, I have several other types and none of them need the pump replaced every year. At this point this guy showed his skills dealing with the public and I asked what his name was and he hung up on me. This cooler has two flaws I am aware of, one is the pump which costs twice what MasterCool charges or more and three times of what others cost and it cannot be repaired. Also the screws that hold it together are a problem because repeated removal, like more than twice, and you no longer have threads in the plastic. Great idea but bad engineering. I'm taking it back, over priced anyway.
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from product is very good and efficient. after reading a few comments like Jimbos if you are reading a... product is very good and efficient. after reading a few comments like Jimbos if you are reading a review with a low star ratting it is operator error not the product. i have personally installed over 10 of these units. Very easy installation the only hard part is cutting the plexiglass measure 3 times cut ounce. cools up to 1900 easy. my parents have a 12 year old model on a 3700 sq foot house and works well. with 3 speeds and a remote its awesome. If you are in the market for a cooler this is the best you will find by far. The amount of air it can put out will almost blow you away. In a review a customer complains of the new pad smell but eventually goes away, well with anything brand new there is a new smell from products off gassing. Overall its very easy to install and use just follow the instructions. If any real problems occur its either and mostly operator error or you got the 1 in a million lemon.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't believe I didn't do this sooner! Best thing I've ever done for reducing my power bill! Until it reaches 100 degrees, this keeps my home very, very cool. Just how I like it, around 70 degrees. As to the water runoff in other reviews, I fixed this by doubling the drip hose and putting a cable tie on it. This allowed me to just poke an old garden hose over the end. The drip still runs down the side of the black drain hose. With it doubled, it holds the garden hose in place. Placed the other end of the garden hose to a tree so the water is not wasted. (My unit is attached to the side of my house, and before this was keeping my siding wet, not good.) My power bill has decreased around $100 each month in full summer months. I couldn't be happier :) .
Date published: 2016-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than expensive AC's electric bill. I bought one of this unit at Home Depot in Antelope and did the DIY which is easy if you know what's you're doing. The only thing that the manufacturer must do is to put a drain hole for easy cleaning without taking the the unit apart! Well, I did drill a 3/8 hole to drain the water. I hope the idiot designer of this unit MUST install a drain plug! This unit will going to take the heat test from California's brutal dry hot weather this summer. I tried from 90 degrees and it works for my 1600 sqft house!
Date published: 2017-05-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Went to Home Depot for a regular swamp cooler for my mom. Guy at store talked us into this produ... Went to Home Depot for a regular swamp cooler for my mom. Guy at store talked us into this product. So we bought this for my mom's home. Worked great the first year. Drained it for winter. Next summer only worked for 2 weeks and motor rusted up. Very disappointed!! Went to website to buy replacement motor but they don't sell those. Mom had a large square swamp cooler for over 15 years! Should have stayed with it.
Date published: 2017-05-21
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