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Personal Air Conditioners Review

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What To Know When Shopping For These Personal Units

If you’re looking for a personal air conditioner, look no further! This type of air conditioner can be a great way to keep yourself cool in small, contained areas. Do you enjoy camping? Compact air conditioners like these can make your trip even more enjoyable by keeping your tent cool. Maybe the stress at work is making you sweat- packing a personal ac under your desk can help you stay cool and dry.
One personal air conditioner on the market is the O2Cool 1086 Cool Box Personal Air Conditioner. If you are interested in this unit, please be aware to two things. It is strictly for personal use, meaning if it is not blowing directly at you or contained in a small area (like a tent air conditioner) then you should not consider purchasing this. Secondly, the O2Cool 1086 requires ice.

Reviews are mixed for the O2Cool 1086 Cool Box air conditioner mainly because some people who bought the product did not fully understand what this product is capable of. At Best Air Conditioner Reviews, we believe the unit can act as a great personal air conditioner. We recommend using it as a tent air conditioner if you camp, and as a substitute for a personal fan.

Another similar unit is the Amcor APC 2000E Personal Air Cooler. Similar to the O2Cool 1086 Cool Box, this unit does not require any additional ducting to outdoors and is entirely self contained.

Reviews for this are also mixed, but once again you should only buy personal ac units like this Amcor air conditioner only if you intend to use it for small jobs. Placing it under your desk at work in your cubicle would be a great way to use this unit. Are you looking for a personal air conditioner with more power? Portable air conditioners may be the way to go as they pack more of a punch and are much more technologically advanced. Please keep in mind though, portable air conditioners will require external venting.

Ellen Smith

Hi everyone! My name is Ellen and my father has been an air conditioning engineer for about 21 years now. He has trained me for 3 years part-time while I complete my nursing degree. It may be an odd hobby but I love fixing air conditioners, and I made this small blog to share some of my knowledge about them