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Honeywell 1540 CFM 3-Speed Portable Evaporative Cooler for 850 sq. ft.
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Honeywell

1540 CFM 3-Speed Portable Evaporative Cooler for 850 sq. ft.

  • Indoor or outdoor use (UV and weather resistant) for dry climates
  • For rooms up to 850 sq. ft.; air-throw up to 12 yards
  • Easy-to-use mechanical controls
$41097 /each

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The Honeywell 1540 CFM indoor/outdoor evaporative air cooler offers an energy efficient cooling option when the air is hot with low humidity, such as desert areas like the southwestern United States (recommended humidity level is 60% or less for maximum efficiency). Honeywell evaporative air coolers do not require power hungry components like compressors. The low power consumption (only 220 watts) translates into significant savings on energy bills compared to using air conditioners. Just unpack, add water/ice, plug it in, and use. For outdoor use it is weather resistant, UV protected and has an air-throw up to 12 yards. For indoor use, place near an open door or window in an area up to 850 square feet with adequate cross ventilation. For those living in more humid climates, consider portable air conditioning units or window air conditioners for indoor use.

  • Swamp cooler for both indoor and outdoor use when humidity level is 60% or less for maximum efficiency
  • Best used when the air is hot with low humidity, such as desert areas like the southwestern United States
  • Indoor use: For open environments with adequate cross ventilation up to 850 sq.ft.
  • Outdoor use: Weather resistant, UV protected, and has an air-throw up to 12 yards
  • Non-compressor system cools naturally, efficiently and inexpensively
  • Low power consumption (only 220 Watt) for lower energy bills
  • Honeycomb cooling media on 3 sides and powerful 1540 CFM for faster cooling performance
  • Oscillating louvers distributes cool air throughout the area
  • Top loading ice compartment and 15.9-Gal. water tank with low water alarm
  • Continuous water supply connection for uninterupted operation
  • Easy-to-use mechanical controls with 3 speeds (high, medium and low)
  • 4 durable caster wheels allow easy mobility
  • 6 ft. long power cord with NEMA 5-15P 3-prong plug
  • Buying note: For those living in more humid climates, consider portable air conditioning units or window air conditioners
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DOES THIS HAVE TO BE VENTED OUT A WINDOW?

Asked by: toohotinseattle
It is best to keep a window cracked open a little for ventilation. It is not necessary for water or any hoses though. These are awesome.
Answered by: PastorCheryl
Date published: 2017-03-05

Does it have to be connected to a water supply to work? also if it doesnt how do you know when it needs water?

Asked by: Rich
It does not need to be constantly hooked up to water, but that is an option. I just fill it manually from the top when it needs water. The only way to know when it needs water is to keep your eye on the water level indicator in the front of the unit. No alarm goes off to let you know. On level 1 setting the tank lasted for 9.5 - 10 hours
Answered by: LoveSleep
Date published: 2016-09-02

How much do replacement filters cost and where can you get them? And how often do you have to change them?

Asked by: MarkJ
Yes, from the Sylvane. I spent about $50.00 for the 3 cooler pads it uses. A bit expensive. You may be able to find them cheaper elsewhere.
Answered by: Butch
Date published: 2017-04-19

can you hook up continuous flow hose dose it have a float shout off

Asked by: seve
Yes. Just be sure to get the hose connection snug to avoid leaks, especially if used indoors.
Answered by: Butch
Date published: 2017-04-11
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1540 CFM 3-Speed Portable Evaporative Cooler for 850 sq. ft. is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Had to return the first cooler. It was broken upon opening the box. The cooler does a good job co... Had to return the first cooler. It was broken upon opening the box. The cooler does a good job cooling. A water control valve would be useful to control the amount of cooling. Unit moves easily with wheels provided. The fan is quite noisy. For the money it is a good cooler.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps the house cool I bought 2 of these last year, one for upstairs and one for downstairs. We used it for most of the 100+ weather of last year. I live in Las Vegas and yes in a house. It is 107 outside right now and the only things I have going are both evap coolers and ceiling fans. My house is 81 and comfortable. I really like these coolers they seam to do a great job. The outer plastic is cheap but so are most cooler housings. On one of my coolers the inside screws that hold the filters on were all rusting, not too happy about that but I just purchased new non-rusting screws. I get about 8hrs on low with this cooler when it is full. It definitely makes a difference where you place these cooler that give you the best temperatures.
Date published: 2016-06-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Live in Arizona and previously had external downdraft cooler attached to the house(which no longe... Live in Arizona and previously had external downdraft cooler attached to the house(which no longer exists). I would recommend this if an indoor cooler is needed which is easy to move around inside the house as needed providing you make sure there is enough water as needed. Otherwise if not using the pump option this covers a great amount of space based on the floor plan you may have. For outdoor use you can attach a continues flow of water from a garden hose(attachment provided) as needed. I was really impressed. Be advised however if using inside the use of the air flow is somewhat loud and you may need to adjust to it, outside on a patio this is a really good choice and well worth the cost for long term use. Great construction which will live a long time. Be sure to read the instructions as most people do not.
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Has a metal 'blade' style fan that sounds like an... Has a metal 'blade' style fan that sounds like an airplane...even on low speed. Get the master cool portable instead. Has squirell cage blower and is virtually silent.
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Five star unit except. .. I love everything about this unit except the hose hook up. They need to beef ot up better..If honeywell improves that part of it then they knock it out of the park.
Date published: 2016-07-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from works great It's been too hot in the northwest these past 3 years & most of us don't have A/C units, I can't went through a window so was looking for something else to beat the heat and ran into this unit on Home Depot's web site, the only reason it didn't get 5 stars is that it's very big, but boy does it beat the heat, you do have to keep a door open otherwise the humitity get to high, for the size it's very quiet, doesn't take that long to fill water tank and runs for hours, you can even take outside on the deck, moves easily, so if you have the room and can't use regular a/c units this is working great for me & I'll store in the garage in the winter
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Keeps living room cold The unit does keep the living room cool even with the windows open. It is a bit loud, but I can live with it. I can run the fan on the level 1 setting and the tank lasts about 9.5 hours. I don't keep it connected to a continual source of water, I just fill it up when it's running low. No alarm lets you know, you just have to keep your eye on the water level on the front. It's easy to fill with the opening being on the top of the unit. Although it has the honey comb panels on the side, cool air only comes out in the front, which is fine. Nothing beats central AC but this is the best next thing if you want to keep electricity costs down. It does have a plug on the bottom near the back to drain the water if you're going to store the unit. Make sure that's sealed tight before you start filling the unit with water.
Date published: 2016-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lots of cool air The unit is easy to use and move. The water fill is in a very convenient location and it can be connected to an outside source for auto-fill. It hold lots of water. My only complaint is the location of the fill float. It's very low and is somewhat hard to read. Once you realize what it looks like and how to read it, it becomes a little easier. This product is not made in the USA.
Date published: 2016-08-16
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