Arctic Air vs Blu Breeze Review | Testing As Seen on TV Products

Arctic Air vs Blu Breeze Review | Testing As Seen on TV Products
Here’s my review of the Blu Breeze personal air conditioning unit. I’ve compared it to the new Arctic Air.

*About Arctic Air* Arctic Air is an evaporative air cooler that allows you to create your own personal climate. The whisper-quiet fan and soothing night light make it perfect to use throughout the night for a comfortable sleep. The built-in LED mood light can be set to any of its 7 color option, set to color-cycle mode or turned off with the touch of a button. Running other air conditioners all day long can cost a lot of money and take up so much space. Some of them even have to vent out a window, making it very inconvenient. Arctic Air sleek compact design fits nicely on your desk, nightstand or coffee table – wherever you need it! It’s great for dens, reading nooks, work, dorm rooms, offices, home offices, campers, work spaces, benches, basements, garages and more.

It’s lightweight & even convenient for travel! Great for outdoors too. And it’s not just safe to use but energy efficient. This personal space air cooler actually cools the air around you, where you need it most, while using the size and power consumption of a small fan.
What Arctic Air Claims:

– Personal Space Cooler that Lets You Create Your Own Personal Comfort Zone
– Cools, Humidifies, and Purifies for Better Air!
– Easy-Fill Water Tank Lasts Up to 8 Hours! Freon Free, Energy Efficient & Eco-friendly
– Compact & Powerful & Ultra-Quiet Operation
– Built-In LED Mood Light – 7 Different Colors with Color-Cycle Option!

Watch the entire Arctic Air Review here — Arctic Air Review | Testing As Seen on Tv Products

*About the Blu Breeze* When you’re stuck in a spot that always feels hot, turn on the Blu Breeze the personal portable air conditioner. Blu Breeze creates your own personal comfort zone that cools you down. The compact, lightweight, and portable air conditioner is perfect to stay cool at the pool, in hot steamy bathrooms, sweltering kitchens, your workbench, and even in your bedroom while you’re sleeping. Thanks to a whisper-quiet fan, the Blu Breeze won’t disturb others around you making it perfect to use at the office, too. Using Blu Breeze is so simple: just add water to the evaporative filter, then turn it on and the heat is gone. Why waste money air conditioning the entire house when you can create a cool oasis right where you are? The secret is Aqua-Cool Technology: The fan draws dry, stale air through Blu Breeze’s evaporative filter and instantly transforms the hot air into a refreshing breeze. Best of all, you can take it with you wherever you go! Blu Breeze works on electricity, USB power, or 4 AA batteries.

– Evaporative filter draws dry, stale air and transforms it into a cool, refreshing breeze
– Compact, portable and lightweight fits on any desk or countertop
– Easy to use just add water, turn it on and the heat is gone
– Works with electricity, USB power or 4 AA batteries
– Create your own personal comfort zone in seconds

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Products / Gadgets used in this Vivian Tries video
Arctic Air Personal Space Cooler The Quick & Easy Way to Cool Any Space As Seen On TV
Blu Breeze Portable Air Conditioner (2 PK)
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Andrea says:

The leaking bothers me. But good if not moved around and placed where you will be directly in its path. Not so happy with this product. Thanks once again, Viv. ☺️

Eddie Smith says:

But all swamp/evaporative coolers will leak of you move them… even the room size models.

CHUCKS spot 00 says:

Hot momma

Grantley Black says:

Not good it leaks it’s not very cool as said in their advertisement it’s a disappointment

Artie says:

I’m confused. This one barely dipped in temp but she gave it 2 heads. The other dropped 5 degrees in mins and she only gave it 1?

I don’t give a f**k if it’s made out of tinfoil. Whichever works the best is the best.

mel2k says:

This unit leaked uncontrollably and didn’t cool as much as the other, yet you still preferred it over the Arctic Air? As for portability, there are cheap rechargeable USB power banks available to make any USB device portable.

Mc Lovin says:

Can you take this to the toilet

Ladiesman Santos says:

I’m learn english with your videos. Thanks for ALL

fallenangelguard says:

Might be a bad unit. Mine has not leaked yet.

Stanley Orchard says:

This is an awesome test… Been wanting to make a few of these large scale for our South Texas home (or even in our or tent… we do beach videos and it gets hot!). Appreciate your testing it, great channel!

jay rowe says:

They leak when you pick it up and slosh it around, naturally !

Karen Willard says:

It wouldn’t of leaked if you had not tipped it. If it were on the flat surface, not sure it would of leaked.
Great presentation though. Thank you.

Almost World Famous Hot Dawgs & Catering says:

Yup. Mini swamp cooler.

Touch Technician says:

You are so cool. Thank you for saving me money.

RHot says:

Swamp coolers or evaporative coolers are large air circulators. Typically they have a large fan and motor that draws outside air that circulates throughout the house. The air must escape outside through open windows or vents. The circulating air around
your body will carry the heat away. The evaporation or sweat will further cool you down. Add large cooler pads on three or four sides of the cooler box, fill the bottom with water with a float to control the water level, and a circulating pump to trickle the water through the pads. As the large air volume passes through the colder water the temperature drops and some heat is also lost through evaporation. So the circulating air is now cooler and humidified. The swamp cooler has a limited cooling ability and doesn’t work well on very hot days or in humid climates. They typically always leak because of mechanical failure or rust.

Chris Cooling says:

Of course it’s going to humidify. That is literally how all of these coolers work.

bob smith says:

Dam… This bucket full of water that I moved and tipped is leaking…. Gee you think?

Emmanuel Otamendi says:

I dont give a dang about that fan thing, you are just too charming, please never change

Mark Jacob says:

This air conditioner is totally worthless in places like Florida and southern states with very high humidity hot temps..worthless

chevytrucker says:

i feel like a misting fan would cool you off more

majorlopez1992 says:

I don’t get it the little one leak all over and did not get as cool.

Anubiz says:

What a crappy device.

Amanda Roberts says:

What a burger and portable air conditioner?? You know you’re from Texas when..

Random Roars says:

I saw Blue Freeze at our local Sam’s club. Its 39.99 for two

Bishop Magic Don Juan says:

Your hot?

Jack Voorheis says:

Cuteness is not something I look for in any Appliance but thanks for the heads up on the Arctic air leaking

David Lanham says:

These are a complete scam. You’re supposed to buy it once and not return it, that’s all. A decent cheap-o coffee maker only costs $14.68 at Walmart, so for roughly the same cost of the parts, these people are getting $30 or $40 bucks out of you and just ripping you off.

DoctorWhoGeek says:

will you test the evapolar?

Charles Adamski_1 says:

Maybe you should try an O2cool fan?
Runs on 4 aa rechargeable batteries all day and costs less than $10.00.
Puts out a lot of cool air with no water.

Juan Hernandez says:

You’re not supposed to tilt any of the machines. That’s why they leak because you tilt them. They’re meant to be in flat surfaces

Dart Gar says:

You’re precious you have the same sense of humor as my wife of 38 years. Keep up the good work . Your husband is a lucky guy to have you

Joe Borzacchiello says:

No thank you I will use a bucket of ice in My Pan instead

Hamza TheBarber says:

No disrespect but it was too much rambling

julisa king says:

Its a ac a big ac leaks water too

صقر الجديان says:

Sure the water will come out if you turn down the unit and also there’s no filter this cooling bad

Andy Black says:

Sponsored in part byyy, blu breeze

Chris Sanders says:

yip swamp coolers

t.b. smith says:

the first ad i saw about the arctic breeze was two for $40.00

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