Cool Focus - Personal Air Conditioning

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New to Australia and Bad Backs, the COOL FOCUS personal air conditioner is like a fridge with a tiny fan inside. Light, portable, convenient, no pipes, no water, no ice, no installation and can be used anywhere, even outside in sheltered places. Units cost less than $1 a night to run, up to 75% lower than traditional portable air conditioners.

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New to Australia and Bad Backs, the COOL FOCUS personal air conditioner is like a fridge with a tiny fan inside. Light, portable, convenient, no pipes, no water, no ice, no installation and can be used anywhere, even outside in sheltered places. Units cost less than $1 a night to run, up to 75% lower than traditional portable air conditioners.

So portable, so efficient. Just plug it in and go. No exhaust hose, installation or window kit necessary.

The COOL FOCUS Portable Air Conditioner cools people, not rooms and is ideal for bedrooms, offices, sheds, garages, patios, caravans, tents, boats or wherever 240V power is available. Works with batteries, solarwith suitable inverter (not supplied), also small generators Wherever you need direct cooling – it will keep you cool and comfortable!

Features:

  • Three speed operation – low, medium, high
  • Easily portable at 17 kg with four wheels and carry handles
  • Temperature control
  • Remote control
  • Focus Enhancer included
  • Functionality to switch between refrigerated air conditioner and a fan
  • No consumables required
  • Compatible with 220 – 240 Volts ~50 Hz
  • Uses just 300 Watts of electricity – units cost less than $1 a night to run, up to 75% lower than traditional portable air conditioners.
  • Windows and doors can remain open allowing fresh air to circulate.
  • Only 3000 BTU/hr in dry air and 4000 BTU/hr in high humidity.  (Normal air conditioners provide 12,000 – 24,000 BTU/hr (3,500 – 7,000 Watts) cooling but require 4 – 8 times more electricity)
  • Two year limited warranty

How it Works:

  • Uses compressor refrigeration, so you feel that refreshing crisp air straight away, gently blowing away all the discomfort from heat and humidity.
  • At the same time, it never needs recharging, never needs water or ice, and even adjusts automatically to work harder in high humidity.
  • Units are light, portable, convenient, energy-efficient and – best of all – ready to use straight out of the box. Just plug in and go.
  • It consumes so little power you will barely notice it on your electricity bill. A cool Australian solution for a warming planet.

Specifications

  • Width 38cm
  • Extended width 46cm
  • Height 56cm
  • Extended height 73cm
  • Depthy 27.5cm
  • Filter cleaning front and back - check and clean every 2 weeks
  • 4 casters
  • Cold flow rate 125 m3/hour variable
  • Rated power while cooling is 300 W

This item is custom ordered from the supplier and is not returnable unless due to damage or warranty issues. Bad Backs can repair or replace within the warranty period at its discretion

In 2007, Professor James Trevelyan first invented the prototype for what would become the Close Comfort personal air conditioner.

Over the next 6 years, James worked with his engineering students at the University of Western Australia to gradually develop and realise his dream of energy-efficient, localised air conditioning technology. In the summer of 2013, Professor Trevelyan arrived at the foot of the Himalayas, to conduct tests in some of the hottest areas of Pakistan.

Despite nightly indoor temperatures reaching 41°C (with 70-80% humidity) the results achieved actually exceeded expectations. After 2 further years of market research and testing in different countries and climatic conditions, the first Close Comfort units went on sale to customers in 2016.

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