5 Uses for a Portable Air Conditioner

It moves. It cools. And it’s reminiscent of Eve in Pixar’s Wall-E.

It’s the Quilo Portable Air Conditioner, of course!

Quilo Portable Air Conditioner

Eve or Quilo? Quilo or Eve?

Here are five ways to use an appliance that does an excellent job of moving and cooling.

1. Irregular & Non-Standard Window Openings

Do you live inside a renovated shipping container inside an up-cycled warehouse inside a disused armory in downtown San Francisco? No worries. As long as you have a small window space opening to the outdoors, you’ll enjoy frigid cooling like the rest of us.

2. Home Alone on a Hot Day

Kids are in school, you’re home alone and it’s expensive to run the whole house central air for one lone occupant. Easily wheel your portable air conditioner from your kitchen to your study and localize your cooling just where you need it.

3. Stuffy Offices and Heat Generating Spaces

Does your office run a lot of computer equipment? By the time the clock hits midday, is the central air barely cutting it? Plug in your portable air conditioner. Your teammates may even buy you lunch.

4. Special Occasions, Parties, and Entertaining

Make your annual family thanksgiving dinner memorable for the delicious food and Uncle Bob’s corny jokes and not because of the claustrophobic heat. When central air doesn’t cut it, a portable air conditioner is your emergency cooling solution.

5. RVs and Boats

Being out in the elements is truly glorious–until your bodily needs kick in. If you’re one of those people who love trees, flowers, oceans, and birds, but dislike being hot and sweaty, then bring along some powerful cooling, plug in and relax to the ocean sounds and twittering birds.

Read about the exceptional mobility of Quilo portable air conditioners here.

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Quilo Portable Air Conditioner

Cools off humid or very hot, dry enviroments. Can be moved from room to room. Also functions as a dehumidifier.
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With a Master degree in Communication, Dena believes that communication can cure society of all its ills. Based in Pittsburgh, she oversees all these written words, digital content and consumer engagement–and when not ensuring world peace through her work for Quilo, can be found out-and-about with her four daughters.

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