Disclosure: A huge thanks to NewAir for sponsoring todays discussion.

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Hey, friends!

Hope you’re having a lovely week so far! I’ve been sick and a little out of it but I’m on the up-and-up now and can’t wait to get back to things full force! Today I wanted to talk to you about the NewAir AF-1000R Portable Evaporative Cooler. The other day we talked a little bit about the Luma Comfort EC45S but I wanted to branch out a bit and show you an evaporative cooler with a bit of a funky and fun design too! I mean, how awesome is this RED?!

We’ve talked about how I like to save money, and this evaporative cooler does just that. Instead of running our window unit air conditioners we can run these – which use a lot less electricity and are better looking to boot! I mean, these are a lot more stylish than having air units hanging out of your windows. Especially ones that were made in the early 80’s (you know, when mustard yellow was popular). The only homes these wouldn’t work in are homes that located in areas with high humidity. If you live in a humid area this would only work as a fan. But for those of you who live in dry areas – stock up! Because these babies can save you some serious money! They are guaranteed to save you money when compared to traditional air conditioners powered by refrigerants and they can change the temperature in a given space by 30 degrees! They’re perfect for any area of the house – lightweight so you can move them around, easy to set up, and would look great with any decor! For some reason this one gives me a bit of a retro feel – how cool would this look in a cute kitchen with pops of cherry red? Or even a man cave?

What I love the most is that this does not require harmful chemicals to work. And that makes me feel good about running one in our household. Another plus is that it not only cools the air – it purifies it too! So you’re breathing in cleaner, fresher air! Have I sold you on these babies yet – because I am just in love! I want to get one for every room!



If you’d like to learn more you can visit the NewAir website to check out this model and read all the specs!

What do you think of this evaporative cooler?

Could you use one in your home?