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Honeywell

Model CL30XC

Internet #205062760

63 Pt. Indoor Portable Evaporative Air Cooler with Remote Control

$216.99 /each
  • Top-loading ice compartment and 7.9-gallon (63-pint) water tank
  • Cools rooms up to 320 sq. ft.; best for dry climates
  • LED control panel and full-function remote control

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The Honeywell CL30XC Indoor Evaporative Air Cooler offers an energy efficient option for cooling your home or workplace in the most natural way. Honeywell evaporative air coolers do not require power hungry components like compressors. The low power consumption translates into significant savings on energy bills compared to using air conditioners. Just unpack, add water/ice, place near open door or window, plug it in, and use. This unit is ideal for cooling medium to large rooms up to 320 sq. ft. in any home or office. Four fan speeds and oscillating louvers evenly distribute cool air through the honeycomb cooling media while the carbon dust filter cleanses the air. The unit consumes only 252-Watt of power on low and includes an automatic shutoff timer. The electronic control panel is easy to use and the remote control lets you operate your cooler from across the room. Plus, it has side handles and four durable caster wheels allowing easy mobility.

  • Evaporative air cooler for indoor use cools rooms up to 320 sq. ft.
  • Non-compressor system cools naturally, efficiently and inexpensively
  • Honeycomb cooling media for optimum cooling
  • Top-loading ice compartment and 7.9 Gal. (63 pt.) water tank with low water alarm
  • Powerful 525 CFM air flow
  • LED control panel and full-function remote control
  • 4 speeds include high, medium, low and sleep
  • Adjustable humidification level
  • 0.5 to 8 hours shut-off timer
  • Oscillating louvers distributes cool air throughout the room
  • Carbon dust filter cleanses the air
  • Side handles and four durable caster wheels allow easy mobility
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Since it is not connected to a window, how does it actually cool?

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Placitas, New Mexico
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August 16, 2016
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The cooling comes from evaporating water. Same as a swamp cooler mounted in a window. Do not place the machine against a wall. Needs to draw a large amount of air.
If the humidity in your room is high the cooler will not work as well as if the humidity was low.
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June 14, 2015
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by filling it up with water (once a day). water is then pumped to pads then air is pushed through the pads. Also by opening one window by the cooler 12 inches. It is also a lot cheaper to run then a window air conditioner.
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Evaporative coolers blow air thru a filtering element while water is dripped over it. This is like the Great Lake air blowing over Chicago, the more moisture, the cooler it feels.
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May 27, 2014
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This works as an evaporative cooling effect. Best for hot, dry climates. Not recommended for humid environments. Evaporative cooling is like the old block of ice in front of the fan. It uses a filter that wicks moisture from the tank and as the fan blows across the moist filter it evaporates the moisture which cools the air.
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Imagine being wet and air blowing on you, your body get very cold. Same thing happens here. There is something like a foam that gets wet and lots of air blowing through it. That "foam" gets very cold and acts as a cooling element. The hot air that is blowing through it cools down. The less humid it is the colder this "foam"
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May 21, 2014
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Although he unit is not connected directly to a window, it does need to be place near a window or door to allow free air flow. Fresh air is drawn into the cooler, circulates in the room and exists via the door.
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How many degrees will this lower the temperature? in 250sq. ft rm

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How many degrees will this lower the temperature? in 250sq. ft rm
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Placitas, New Mexico
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I use the cooler in a much larger room. It does not have a problem cooling the room.
This size machine is over kill in your small room. Nothing wrong with over kill.
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While this will depend on the level of heat and humidity in your room, in arid conditions, the unit should offer around 4-8 degrees of cooling .
Adequate cross flow with access to an opening for the exchange of dry air (such as a window or doorway) should enhance the performance of the unit and allow any build up in humidity to clear.
Adding ice to the compartment should shave off a few degrees too.
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My experience, so far, is about 10 to 20 degrees. A LOT of variables impact this: room size (of course), current humidity, how well insulated the room is ... I have found I can have outside temp = 95 degrees and my room is 75 . . .
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It really depends on the humidity and current temperature. Best it will lower it by 10 to 14 degrees. Always make sure to have ventilation like a window cracked for it to work properly.
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I was running this unit from 6pm to midnight and the temperature dropped from 85 to 75 (similar size room). You have to run it for a long time to get sufficient cooling, since the walls and ceiling radiate lots of heat. Another option is to set the airflow right at you, but it is annoying to sleep with this thing operating.
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Does it raise humidity in the room? if so, by how much?

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Yes it did but we live in a dry area so the humidity was fine. But, we do only use it at night and air conditioner during the hot part of the day.
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yes it all depends on where you live. I leave One window open next to cooler about 12inches and i notice humidity very little but I live in a dry climate (Utah)
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April 20, 2015
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Hi jt2776,
Yes, an evaporative cooler will raise the humidity dramatically.
If you do not like humid conditions use an air conditioner instead.
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Is it loud while running

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I live in Miami and I will be using my ACwill it help to lower my bill
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Cooler has three fan speeds. I does make quite a bit of noise, even on low. There is a large squirrel cage inside.
The noise is necessary to move the amount of air the machine moves.
I am very happy with this cooler.
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At high fan speed you will ear it! Much quieter at low speed and still blow lots of air.
This is the only noisy part, no compressor loud sound here!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not a Good Product I did not notice and signifcant change in room tempture even when ICE was added to enhance the coolnest. Also the product was extremely noisey. I would not recommend this item to anyone. August 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than expected This product does a great job cooling my 400 Sq ft office space. It arrived sooner than expected. Great customer service at pick up at the store August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is a very well made machine. I am pleased at how well it works. I had been looking at the cooler one step below this one. Home Depot had a good sale price and I purchased the 63 pint model. I am using the cooler in a 12'X24' room. This room also has a high ceiling. I wish I had bought the machine earlier in the season. Has no problem cooling this room. Works well, it is very well made. It does make noise. I don't know how you can move lots of air without making noise. It is heavy when full of water. Put it where you want it before you fill it. Very happy with my purchase. DanT August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Little Cooler Great little swamp cooler, perfect for our hot, high desert summer. I particularly like the ice compartment, which helps out on the really hot days. August 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Honeywell evaporative cooler An excellent design,however,it's lowest speed setting is higher than my last cooler's highest setting. IMO,the low setting should be lower than the existing one. It uses a lot of water but this indicates the water is evaporating,thus providing cool air. August 21, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Seems well-built, but VERY NOISY, even on lowest setting If it weren't for the noise factor (I doubt anyone could sleep with this thing going... I can barely get work done when it's on), this would be a much better product. August 21, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Manufacturer needs to improve on the quality of the water supply opening. The plastic door that opens up the cavity in which you put the water is very flimsy. It is hard to open and I really doubt it will last the life of the machine. You have to pull hard on a corner in order to open the door; then bang on it in order to get it to close. Otherwise, the machine seems to do what it was made for--cooling off a room. August 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Hopeful I bought a smaller version and love it so I got this one. Not even a month and already the water pump stopped working. Controls don't work either. Very disappointed. August 16, 2016
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