Review, test and IR photos of the Arctic Air Ultra (mini evaporative cube air conditioning)

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by GuyGadebois » 24/07/19, 23:01

At home, I have about 15% humidity in the air and the heat is very bearable, if I put that (I tried a bigger), it's tropical hell!
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by Christophe » 26/06/21, 17:03

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by Christophe » 26/06/21, 17:04

GuyGadebois wrote:At home, I have about 15% humidity in the air and the heat is very bearable, if I put that (I tried a bigger), it's tropical hell!


15% is not possible: it is a desert humidity (hot or cold) that ... you would have chapped skin all the time!

35 to 40% you mean? Otherwise your sensor is certainly kidding!

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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 26/06/21, 17:45

Christophe wrote:
GuyGadebois wrote:At home, I have about 15% humidity in the air and the heat is very bearable, if I put that (I tried a bigger), it's tropical hell!


15% is not possible: it is a desert humidity (hot or cold) that ... you would have chapped skin all the time!

35 to 40% you mean? Otherwise your sensor is certainly kidding!

27% today. It rained not long ago, the soil is giving back some of its moisture. Otherwise, don't you know a "serious" brand of hygrometer?
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by Christophe » 26/06/21, 17:51

Even below 30% it is not much !! The comfort zone is between 40 and 60% ... around 20 ° C ...

No idea on the brand I have been using "unbranded" mechanics for a few years ... If they are properly calibrated at the base, I think it is the top level of reliability compared to electronics!
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 26/06/21, 17:53

Christophe wrote:Even below 30% it is not much !! The comfort zone is between 40 and 60% ... around 20 ° C ...

No idea on the brand I have been using "unbranded" mechanics for a few years ... If they are properly calibrated at the base, I think it is the top level of reliability compared to electronics!

I know, I'm telling you it's very dry around here. Otherwise thanks for the tip.
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by Christophe » 26/06/21, 17:55

I'm going to take a photo of one of mine ... I think I found in a garden center ...

So it keeps the hot, the cold ... no need to change the batteries, no defective electronics ...

Many models also have a built-in mechanical thermometer function ...
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by Christophe » 26/06/21, 18:45

Christophe wrote:I'm going to take a photo of one of mine ... I think I found in a garden center ...


Outside in the shady sun, it is a bit muggy:

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A few minutes later in my living room (after stabilization of the measurement, this model moves quite quickly):

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Go down below 25% in the shade indoors, I can tell you that it is very dry ...
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by Christophe » 01/07/21, 16:59

2 years later, here is the REAL PRICE of air cooling cubes ... not even on sale ... seen at Action ... now you know how much those who sold it for 40 or 50 € or more ... : Mrgreen:

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by Remundo » 03/07/21, 08:34

the problem with these devices is that they humidify the air.

then of course the ° C can drop slightly, BUT in saturated humidity, human perspiration no longer evaporates and calories either.

this is the well-known difficulty of hot and humid (tropical) climates which are very difficult for organisms to bear (hyperthermia and dehydration)
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