Model # CSO71AE

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Honeywell 150 CFM 3-Speed Portable Evaporative Cooler for 100 sq. ft.
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Honeywell

150 CFM 3-Speed Portable Evaporative Cooler for 100 sq. ft.

  • 1.8-gallon (15-pint) water tank with low water alarm
  • Cools rooms up to 100 sq. ft.; best for dry climates
  • Electronic control panel and full-function remote control
$118.21 /each

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The Honeywell CSO71AE 15 pt. Indoor Portable 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. In addition to optimum cooling provided by the honeycomb cooling media, the carbon dust filter cleanses the air. The unit consumes only 60-Watt 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. This lightweight unit has 4 durable caster wheels which allow you to easily roll the unit from room to room.

  • 15 pt. indoor portable evaporative air cooler with remote control cools up to 100 sq. ft.
  • 150 CFM air flow
  • Non-compressor system cools naturally, efficiently and inexpensively
  • Honeycomb cooling media for optimum cooling
  • 3 speeds include high, medium and low
  • 0.5 to 7.5 hours off timer
  • 1.8 Gal. water tank with low water alarm
  • Oscillating louver
  • Carbon dust filter
  • Caster wheels for portability
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Does it have remote control? and Timer?

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Yes, it has a remote control and it has an option for you to set timer.
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Yes.
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July 28, 2014
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Yes this unit has a timer and a full features remote control.
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July 22, 2014
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Read the Product Overview. It says it right there. (On this Home Depot website...)
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How long will it cool a room with the water container being filled?

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May 6, 2016
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Tonji, for a small room, this unit will make the room cooler in a couple hours if the room temperature is around 80 degrees. However, it is not an ac, and in this temperature, it will make your room cooler. Just make sure that you have your room door open to the hallway.
We like the unit for now. It save us some electric bill during this time of the month. We just wondering if it will work alright
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Tonji, for a small room, this unit will make the room cooler in a couple hours if the room temperature is around 80 degrees. However, it is not an ac, and in this temperature, it will make your room cooler. Just make sure that you have your room door open to the hallway.
We like the unit for now. It save us some electric bill during this time of the month. We just wondering if it will work alright during the heat in the summer. If it will not work on the temperature over 100, we will have to turn the ac on through.
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August 12, 2015
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Check the cooler after 4 hours if it's full, It's better to be safe than sorry, also lift up the cooler to see if it's got some weight, some times the water level gauge sticks.
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July 13, 2015
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You should get about +/- 8 hours. I play it safe and check the water level after about 6 1/2 hours.
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If you can put up with the noise and water pooling, it should last as long as you can bear it.
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Will this work for a windowless room if it is place with the back to the open door?

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We have a windowless room that get's very hot. The description in the manual says this needs to be by an "open window or door." We would put this in the windowless room but keep the door open so it vents into the hallway (where there is also no window). Will this work with that setup?
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YES, but there is a catch if you are using this evaporative cooling machine. You need to use the water from your reverse osmosis system (if you have one). Otherwise, it will be damaged very soon. There is too much mineral in my water system, and it will plug and deposit too much stain in the machine.
I recently use the water from my filter and that will cut down on the cleaning as the factory suggestion
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YES, but there is a catch if you are using this evaporative cooling machine. You need to use the water from your reverse osmosis system (if you have one). Otherwise, it will be damaged very soon. There is too much mineral in my water system, and it will plug and deposit too much stain in the machine.
I recently use the water from my filter and that will cut down on the cleaning as the factory suggestion on the manual.
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it needs fresh dry air its using evaporation so its constantly putting moisture in the air if it is recirculating that moisture than it will not provide any cooling effect also this will only cool about 35 ft not even close to 100
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Theoretically it shouldthey do suggest that the unit is placed in tront of an open window or door with on open window or door directly opposite the unit. They also say you can use it in an enclosed environment to increase humidity. They also say you ony need one open door or window. The also seem to have multible personality disorder.
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Theoretically it shouldthey do suggest that the unit is placed in tront of an open window or door with on open window or door directly opposite the unit. They also say you can use it in an enclosed environment to increase humidity. They also say you ony need one open door or window. The also seem to have multible personality disorder.
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The nice thing about evaporative coolers is they don't transfer heat, they cool the air by evaporation, like when we sweat so no heat is created by compression to be transferred outside the area to be cooled. You do consume water vs transferring energy.
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Does this unit require ice to be added to it, to cool?

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I've noticed some lower priced units require ice to be added to the unit in order for it to cool. Does this unit require the use of ice for cooling?
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if you need ice its not worth buying ice melts fast !!! you need 4x the cfm as the footage you wish to cool in order to get optimal cooling can get away with 3xs :) if you have vaulted ceilings you need to factor in a little more but this will be the only way you will be comfortable
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No. You could only use ice from a sno-cone anyway.
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While it is not required, ice is an option if you want to enhance the cooling of the unit. Some models even come with a designated compartment for ice (though this unit does not).
Keep in mind though, the unit relies mainly on the evaporation of water to absorb the heat of the air, so it will work best in hot, dry conditions. All evaporative coolers work this way.
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While it is not required, ice is an option if you want to enhance the cooling of the unit. Some models even come with a designated compartment for ice (though this unit does not).
Keep in mind though, the unit relies mainly on the evaporation of water to absorb the heat of the air, so it will work best in hot, dry conditions. All evaporative coolers work this way.
In looking at lower-priced units, beware that you might be getting cheap knock-offs, short-lived products, or older-generation models. Read Less
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150 CFM 3-Speed Portable Evaporative Cooler for 100 sq. ft. is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better Than Average Evaporative Cooler I had the 1st one less than a month. One morning, I noticed that the water gauge indicator had not changed even though I used the cooler for 2 nights. I then tapped the cooler, and the gauge indicator dropped below the minimum mark. I decided to return the cooler because the cooling mode no longer produced cool air. Apparently, the cooling mechanism had run dry without water and broke. I bought a 2nd one, and it did not work upon arrival. I am currently using the 3rd one. The reason I bought this model is that its design is not conspicuously "ugly" in comparison to the manufacturer models. I like the simple design, and it matches my room decor.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lousy!! I measured it as using way more power than the information claimed. It didn't seem to cool a small area very well at all, but I didn't get to test it very well since the power button became inoperative after using it only a few times!!!
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Honeywell Cooler not what I expected This unit will not cool as advertised. Puts too much moisture/humidity in the air. Only cools if its right beside me. Will not cool my tiny office. Very disappointed.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Honeywell cooler Sufficient for small rooms such as a bedroom. Quiet as a small fan. Good value for price
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great purchase for these hot days! Very portable and easy to use. Just add water and it will go for hours cooling the room.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great... Turn off water pump and set timer for 30 min to dry the filter and it does not get that sump pump odor Simple shut down procedure and it is an excellent machine. Turn off the water pump and set timer for 30 min to dry the filter before actually turning it off with the power button. Follow that and the filter does not get that sump pump odor we Coloradans have come to associate with August summer cooling. All good
Date published: 2015-06-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality I purchased 2 of these last July One arrived defective as it made a horrible noise when turned on. I took it back to the store and they made it an easy return for me. I decided not to get another one as I purchased a bigger one but I keep the second one that was ordered with this one. I used that other one couple of months or less than that. Once I was done with it, I empty the water compartment and stopped using it. As summer is back, I attempted to use it again, filled the water compartment, plugged to electrical power, turned it on and an it started to make an scary loud noise. It broke, and sound the same as the first one that arrived defective. I didn't even last a year and now I have to deal with contact the manufacture, pay shipping fees. I really hope that Home Depot review and consider consumer's feedbacks and demand their vendors to have better quality control of their products.
Date published: 2016-06-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from There is bubble noise when the evaporate button is set to on The product quality is kind of poor. This product sometimes makes noise when the evaporate button is set to on. When it made a bubble noise, I found there was bubble exited from the clear drain vinyl hose below the honeycomb cooling media. This problem dues to the hose is mounted on a curve. If you cut it shorter, the hose will be pointed straight down into the floor with out any bubble noise.
Date published: 2016-04-27
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