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UltraCool

Model CP35

Internet #100662136

340 CFM 3-Speed Portable Evaporative Cooler for 170 sq. ft.

$190.95 /each
  • Designed to work in dry/arid climates
  • Is not an air conditioner
  • High quality components at low costs

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This innovative UltraCool Portable Evaporative Cooler is an ideal way to cool patio and deck spaces, garages or workshops. The unit's 340 CFM air flow capacity cools up to 170 sq. ft. and utilizes a 2 in. rigid media for high efficiency operation. The unit features digital controls that allow you to make precise adjustments as needed while the timer feature allows you to conveniently set the run time of the cooler. This evaporative cooler performs best in dry, arid climates.

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How much does it cost to run this per day approximately?

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June 30, 2016
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This unit runs on .62 amps. This is the number you would use to figure cost depending on how long the unit runs each day.
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is this 110 0or 220 ???

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April 25, 2016
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This is a 120 volt unit.
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How much water does it hold and how long does the water last until it needs refilled?

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Will it run all night while I sleep without having to be refilled?
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About 3 gallons or so.
When I used the unit in my area I would say around 6-12 hours or around that when full but yes i once filled it around 12AM and it lasted until I got up. When it runs out of water the water pump will shut off and it will just blow air like a normal fan.
I also filled it around 11.30 AM today and at 4:27 I'm seeing the gauge at where I see it when I put my first gallon.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not happy very noisy loud .not a good value for the money will be return it. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by First time a house of five needed their shirts I got my unit during a temp of 80-85 degrees in my room since our upstairs is hotter than the down stairs because of certain issues. We live in a place where no portable acs are allowed, where they wont provide a fix for either. When I installed this unit in my room and paired it with my lasko blower fan everyone slept with a blanket that night when normally everyone sleeps without them because temps at night are around 80 especially with the lasko. This dropped the temp dramatically from that to 71 and it often goes no higher than 73-74 and now four of my friends want to invest in getting one per each of their rooms because for the very first time they can sleep easy. The tank of water usually last over half a day at best. June 13, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Seems to work, but evaporative cooler is only semi effective in el cajon, ca I think the product is good. I did some research about where I live in El Cajon, Ca. I thought the humidity would be low enough here that I would see good results from an evaporative cooler. I tried it in my shed / office space. It was semi-effective. It seemed that it took the temperature down 5 degrees on average. If it was really dry outside, I might see a 10 degree difference max. I have a vent in the shed which should have helped stop humidity buildup inside, but I still would see the humidity get into the high 60-low 70 percent range. October 13, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome Sitting on patio in Phoenix outside is 93 it's blowing out 78 degrees love it! Hope it lasts past one year warranty. September 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bought last year Not only did I pay more than 2 times what it is selling for this year, but the pump has gone out and I can't even find a replacement! Where is the support for purchases? June 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome cooler this evaporative cooler is awesome, i just bough it and like its name says , it works like a champ, i live in a apartment, 1 bedroom , 1 bathroom and 1 kitchen, from the moment i turned it on it started cooling the whole apartment, i dont know if its because i just bought it but it doesnt leak water, it doesnt make noise, and it blows cool and maybe cold air. when i turn it to the lowest velocity, the tempeture is cool, in the medium velocity the tempeture is cooler, and for me the high velocity is already too cold , actually it starts getting cold in the medium velocity, i recomend this vaporative cooler 100% April 11, 2010
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Removed the water sensor I, too, purchased this a year ago (in 2013) and only used for a couple of months during the summer to cool just one room. It worked fine then. I cleaned it out for winter storage and just pulled it back out day before yesterday to cool the same room. The red flashing "need water" sign would not stop flashing even though the water reservoir was full. Therefore the pump would not come on. I basically had a $200+ box fan. Then I simply cut out the little magnetic sensor that was in place by the pump, tied up the wires and now the water pump will come on. Of course, I'll have to 'manually' make sure I don't burn out the pump by turning the pump off or keeping the water reservoir with water. The components are very cheaply made. July 1, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by returned after one week there is only one panel for intake for cooling the air so it just doesn't cool like it could. The fill door was very difficult to open and I scraped my knuckle twice and just decided to leave it open for the next fill. Also, filling to max capacity was not enough water to get through and 8-hour work day (it was used to cool our home office) and had to be refilled after just a few hours. Also, it is almost impossible to roll over carpet without it tipping over, so it took about 15 trips to the bathroom to fill up pitcher after pitcher to fill up the reservoir. Certainly not worth $215. July 24, 2012
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