“Evapolar” is a much nicer name for a product than “swamp cooler,” but that’s essentially what we’ve got in the latest package to arrive at the MrMobile studio. “Swamp cooler” is the colloquial name for “evaporative cooler,” a device that cools air by forcing it to turn water into vapor – and that’s exactly how Evapolar works. What’s cool about Evapolar is that it’s the size of a 4-pack and efficient enough to run on a cellphone power pack; what’s not cool about it is that it doesn’t work in humid environments. Learn about the science behind that limitation – and how much you’ll have to cough up to start frosting up your own little microclimate – in the MrMobile Evapolar Review!
[PRODUCTS IN THIS VIDEO]
Evapolar Personal Air Conditioner:
Evapolar 2 Crowdfunding Campaign:
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Supernova Sphere: http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/jqtg/
MrMobile Link: http://mrmobile.tech/228
Light up bluetooth speaker: http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/jgmn/
MrMobile Link: http://mrmobile.tech/229
[ABOUT THE MRMOBILE EVAPOLAR REVIEW]
MrMobile’s Evapolar review was produced following a week with an Evapolar review unit on loan from Evapolar. The personal air conditioner was used in the MrMobile studio, Michael Fisher’s home, and the RapidNadion Shipyards, on both A/C and battery power. No promotional consideration was paid by Evapolar for this review, in keeping with MrMobile’s standing policy.
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