B&Q Prem-I-Air Evaporative Air Cooler with Remote Control and 20 L Water Tank  £50.00 was £150.00
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B&Q Prem-I-Air Evaporative Air Cooler with Remote Control and 20 L Water Tank £50.00 was £150.00

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Found 1st Jul 2013
B&Q Peterborough In store only folks

Was £150.00 they had about 10 for £50.00 each plus 15% off for B&Q members




Prem-I-Air Evaporative Air Cooler with Remote Control and 20 L Water Tank (PREMAC20)



Fan Speed Settings(fan only setting)4
Remote Control yes
Control Panel Electronic
Timer(hours) 8
Internal Oscillating louvres yes

Fan Speed Settings(fan only setting)4
Remote Control yes
Control Panel Electronic
Timer(hours) 8
Internal Oscillating louvres yes
Adjustable front louvres Yes
Ioniser Yes
Filter Type Carbon
Cooling Pads Honeycomb
Adjustable Humidification level no
Water tank capacity (l) 20
Water level indicator Yes
Water level alarm system no
Manual water drain system yes
Fitted castors yes
Built in carry handles yes
Airflow volume max (m3/h) 800
Noise Level dB(A) 65
Power (w) 230
Voltage (v) 230
Frequesncy (Hz) 50
Product Dimensions (HXWXD cm)84.5x54.5x44.5
Box Dimensions (HXWXD cm) 85.3X54.6X44.6
Net Weight (KG) 10.3

10 Comments

Original Poster

Just because the product gives you cool air this is far from cold but each to there own I guess (_;)

bought one of these from B&Q yonks ago,still going strong,they're just a fan that you put ice cubes and water in so no air con,but they do cool you down and are a god send in the hot summer months that we don't get!

these things cost so much on electric bill i used mine for a two months last year it added £198 to my quartly bill i sold mine off and used my fan instead

bharats

these things cost so much on electric bill i used mine for a two months … these things cost so much on electric bill i used mine for a two months last year it added £198 to my quartly bill i sold mine off and used my fan instead



rofl yeah sure it did...

bharats

these things cost so much on electric bill i used mine for a two months … these things cost so much on electric bill i used mine for a two months last year it added £198 to my quartly bill i sold mine off and used my fan instead



I think you had an air conditioner. Air conditioners use as much power as a hair dryer or a kettle but are on all the time. This uses 1/10th as much (230W).

Original Poster

themachman

bought one of these from B&Q yonks ago,still going strong,they're just a … bought one of these from B&Q yonks ago,still going strong,they're just a fan that you put ice cubes and water in so no air con,but they do cool you down and are a god send in the hot summer months that we don't get!




Thanks for the Ice cube tip.

themachman

bought one of these from B&Q yonks ago,still going strong,they're just a … bought one of these from B&Q yonks ago,still going strong,they're just a fan that you put ice cubes and water in so no air con,but they do cool you down and are a god send in the hot summer months that we don't get!



Do they actually work much better than a fan, because the principle at work relies on raising the humidity in the atmosphere, and with the UK being quite humid in the summers, this can make things worse - I certainly couldn't use one here, I have to dehumidify the house during the winter months, the last thing I need to do is add water to the atmosphere.

mike

We bought one of these and had to return as you have to watch out the humidity and the principle is just cr****! You might as well put some ice cubes in front of your fan!

djmutters

Thanks for the Ice cube tip.



no probs,also fill old pop bottles with water and store them in the fridge,makes it even cooler

mbuckhurst

Do they actually work much better than a fan, because the principle at … Do they actually work much better than a fan, because the principle at work relies on raising the humidity in the atmosphere, and with the UK being quite humid in the summers, this can make things worse - I certainly couldn't use one here, I have to dehumidify the house during the winter months, the last thing I need to do is add water to the atmosphere.mike



they're much better than a fan,you can just have fan option on it or cool mode,not sure bout humidity and stuff not that intelligent im afraid,i know it does an ok job,its certainly not as good as an air con unit but better than just a fan,hope that helps?
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