San Francisco – September 11, 2017 – From the international engineering team at Coolala Air Conditioning comes the world’s first lightweight, solar-powered, portable air conditioner designed for instant cooling indoors and outdoors. Unlike electric fans or evaporative coolers that only blow warm stale air, Coolala is a real portable air conditioner. That means you’ll get the same refreshing burst of ice-cold air that you’d expect from a window-mounted AC unit.
Powerful as well as compact, Coolala is a 3,500-BTU air conditioner that has several options for power source, with cables provided for plugging into a standard U.S. wall outlet or a 12v DC car/truck outlet, as well as solar panels and power bank for power on-the-go. So you can bring cool air anywhere you travel, without fear of running out of juice or relying on a dedicated power source.
Whether used for a campsite, tent, garage or tailgate party, Coolala will pump out enough ice-cold air to cool a room or space up to 150 square feet.
No power and no direct sunlight? No problem. Coolala includes a state-of-the-art power bank featuring a 40,000mAh battery, which powers the Coolala unit for up to 4 hours on a single charge. An upgraded Power Bank Plus package is also offered, featuring a 60,000mAh battery that powers the Coolala unit for up to 7.5 hours on a single charge.
Coolala utilizes the world’s most advanced micro air compressor, allowing for unprecedented cooling power. The ozone-friendly cooling system means that staying cool doesn’t come at the expense of the planet.
Weighing in at 7 pounds, Coolala is easy to transport with high-quality recessed wheels and a convenient handle that also doubles as a night light (with built-in LED light array).
The Coolala retails for $499 and includes solar panels and a 40,000mAh power station or $599 for the Power Bank Plus package with 60,000mAh power station. It is expected to ship in June 2018. For more information, visit www.coolalaairconditioning.com
· Coolala: 15in x 8in x 12.5in
· Solar Panels: 12in x 12in x 12in
· Power Station: 9.8in x 14.2in
· Coolala: 7 pounds
· Solar Panels: 2.2 pounds
· Power Station: 15 pounds
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