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Blog POP! Culer SOLO Flash-Evaporative Cooler Giveaway~ 4/6

The Culer SOLO CS10 Flash-Evaporative Cooler is an affordable and eco friendly way to cool immediate spaces up to 22 degrees. It's portable handle and optional car adapter make it great for using on the go.
Momma Told Me: You're just blowing hot air.

Living in Southern California the Summer weather comes early and stays late- Recently I've been jumping into the car and flipping on the A/C only to enjoy a blast of extra hot air. I assure you, nothing is wrong with my air conditioning- it simply has been that hot, and tipping the 100s at the height of the afternoon. Where we live, in fact, most buildings built after 1980 have central air. Unfortunately, we do not live in one of those buildings. Starting the cooling process early in the morning, at sunrise, is crucial to keeping air flow and circulation. Unfortunately, I can't leave my house wide open when I go out to run errands, and by the time I get the box fans in the windows upon return I'm doing little more than blowing hot air.
The Culer SOLO CS10 Flash-Evaporative Cooler is an affordable and eco friendly way to cool immediate spaces up to 22 degrees. It's portable handle and optional car adapter make it great for using on the go.
Fans can work great, but they can also be an exercise in futility, and not everyone can afford the power or invest in a bulky and expensive air conditioner. I know our HOA does not permit 'window' units that hang out of the exterior of the unit, so our cooling options are very limited.  When looking into cooling you typically pay per square foot, so cooling a home with independent appliances is usually impractical for the modern family budget. It's also not cost effective, or eco-friendly, to cool a large home or space when there is only 1 room occupied. Even worse, previous investments in costly stand alone air conditioners have proved a failure with expensive parts failure and bad warranties. Last Summer Momma Told Me to stop blowing hot air and invest in a more affordable cooling option; and evaporative cooler like the Culer Solo CS10.
The Culer SOLO CS10 Flash-Evaporative Cooler is an affordable and eco friendly way to cool immediate spaces up to 22 degrees. It's portable handle and optional car adapter make it great for using on the go.
Evaporative Coolers such as the Culer Solo CS10 are not right for everyone, but their optimal performance range (climates over 90F and humidity less than 30%) is ideal for our Southern California condo. Since I work out of the house, it's typically only me occupying a single room at any given time and the immediate area coverage of units like the Culer Solo CS10 is just right. Not only does this space age, compact, air cooler have a discreet water basin to draw in moisture and cool outgoing air up to 22 degrees, but it's easy to operate as well. With 3 distinct air speeds, a directional air port, and easy to transport handle I've been able to keep my surroundings equally cool with minimal fuss.
The Culer SOLO CS10 Flash-Evaporative Cooler is an affordable and eco friendly way to cool immediate spaces up to 22 degrees. It's portable handle and optional car adapter make it great for using on the go.The Culer SOLO CS10 Flash-Evaporative Cooler is an affordable and eco friendly way to cool immediate spaces up to 22 degrees. It's portable handle and optional car adapter make it great for using on the go.
One of the reasons I especially like air cooler devices like the Culer Solo CS10 is the low energy output that allows the device to operate unattended for hours at a time with it's 1 gallon base. Up to 10 hours of cooling time on a full tank, to be exact. And, at 10.3lbs empty, it's also lightweight enough for me to envision moving it from the office to the master bedroom at night! If your climate meets the optimal settings for an evaporative cooler investing in one for each main room is often more affordable in operation and initial costs than a larger air conditioning unit. The CS10 consumes less than 60 watts and includes an optional car adapter for use on the go. I'd also consider it much safer than freon and chemical containing refrigerant devices.
The Culer SOLO CS10 Flash-Evaporative Cooler is an affordable and eco friendly way to cool immediate spaces up to 22 degrees. It's portable handle and optional car adapter make it great for using on the go.
I'll admit, I was fairly skeptical at first- and the Culer does make a fair amount of noise (about the same whir as our bounce house blower (not that that's a typical point of reference for the average consumer.) Let's just say it's a nice white noise that is not loudly obnoxious but I do turn the TV up when using it. As far as cooling- the impact of this device can be felt immediately from my frequent vantage point 8-10' away on the couch. We usually keep the cooling feature on and the fan on medium- rarely finding the need to put it on high. I feel very refreshed- and have even gotten a blanket, or turned it off after a few hours during a hot afternoon.

It will not cool a large living room, or necessarily an entire room- though I do feel the change in ambient temperature on other areas of the room the impact is intended to be directional, with the closest impact being in the most immediate area. And, because it is using active, fine, moisture to cool the air, there is some humidity on surfaces within a close1-2' radius. This is not enough to be a concern and evaporates quickly.
The Culer SOLO CS10 Flash-Evaporative Cooler is an affordable and eco friendly way to cool immediate spaces up to 22 degrees. It's portable handle and optional car adapter make it great for using on the go.
In all, for the energy consumption, size, and cost, I consider the Culer a great investment for evaporative cooling climates. Let's face it, I could buy a dozen box fans for $200, but they simply won't do much when they're just blowing hot air. If your home or office is in need of a controlled cooling option consider looking into the affordable and impressively stylish option of modern evaporative coolers such as the Culer SOLO CS10.


How do you keep your home cool during the Summer?

What Daughter Says: Consider the right cooling solutions for your home and stop blowing hot air.

As a part of the Blog POP! Spring Fling event one Momma Told Me reader will win a Culer SOLO CS10 Flash-Evaporative Cooler of their own! Enter below then check out the event giveaway LINKY for more great giveaways!

Culer SOLO CS10 Evaporative Cooler

74 comments:

  1. We dress lighter, soak our feet in cool water, keep the blinds closed on the sunny side and use ceiling fans.

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  3. We have fans going and sometimes the air conditioner. We have ceiling fans and floor fans.

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  4. We have a very small air conditioner. And it helps.

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  5. We stay inside as much as possible during the hottest time of the day. When we do go out, we strategize our time out in the sun to make sure that everyone is hydrated and stay cool.

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  6. We keeps fans going and we just got rid of our air conditioner last year. We are thinking about a new one, but there are only really a couple weeks each year where it is so unbearable we have to use the air.

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  7. I tend to spend some more time in my basement when it get warm. I feel really bad for my kids who have rooms on our second floor as their rooms get so warm!

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  8. We start closing windows and turn on air conditioning window units when the weather turns hot. I'd prefer fresh air.

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  10. I stay inside and use my air conditioner and ceiling fan. But, set at 78 and with outside temps so high in So Cal, the air conditioner has to work hard and the ceiling fan can only do so much.

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  11. We close the windows and turn on air conditioning window units when the weather turns hot. If it gets too hot we go to the pool and swim

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  12. I try to close the blinds when the sun is shining right in. it helps to keep it a litttle cooler. thanks for the chance.

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  13. Put the shades down and we have an older ac unit we put in the window.
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  14. I keep cool by drinking lots of water and staying inside. Also, I close the curtains so the sun cannot heat up the house :)

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    Edye

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  15. Dress lighter, drink more water, and shower more often. This usually works for me.

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  16. hahaha - I live out by Palm Springs. Some days "keeping cool" is almost impossible, but by drinking lots of water and using shades outside the windows we make most days bearable.

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  17. We usually use several fans in our home to keep from running the A/C all the time and we drink lots of water.

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  18. I have ceiling fans in all the rooms that I run when it gets hot. I also turn on the A/C to keep the house cool.

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  19. Stay hydrated with cold water. I also make banana ice cream, and other cold treats, like fruity pop sicles.
    Thank you for the nice giveaway

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  20. I am usually jumping in and out of the shower to stay cool, I do have a fan buts its small and really doesn't do much , but it helps a little.
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  21. I keep cool by turning on my window AC sometimes. I do not have a fan so sometimes I will have cool water in a shower and drink water.

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  22. Fans and air conditioner with the iced water in hand most all of the time.

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  23. We keep the shades closed when the sun's shining through and turn on the ceiling fans.

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  24. I try to dress cool and keep hydrated. My husband keeps the house freezing so it is a struggle to keep warm inside.

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  25. Tthe shades and the ceiling fans

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  26. We have a box fan in the bedroom along with ceiling fans in all the rooms that help. The AC of course. But I burn up at night and this would be perfect.

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  27. To stay cool we hit the pool. Get in and stay in, that's the best strategy in these parts.

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  28. I use my ceiling fans a lot during the summer months.

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  29. I drink lots of ice cold water when it gets hot.

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  30. Have my Ac on with the ceiling fans & floor fans on

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  31. I put ice water in a spray bottle and spray it on my face..lol

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  32. I keep the blinds closed and the a/c turned up.It is so humid here in the summer it can be quite miserable.

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  33. I keep cool by wearing cotton and staying in the house as much as I can!

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  34. we take a few cold showers and drink lots of water during the day.

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  35. I try to stay cool by drinking plenty of water and having a fan in the window. Sometimes when i gets really hot i'll take a cool wash cloth and put it on the back of my neck.

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  36. I recently had my air registers inspected and paid a small fortune for correcting air circulation in the house

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  37. water and air condition this would help save!

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  38. I love to use the air conditioner.

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  39. I keep my house cool by spending a small fortune running the air conditioner. Thank you.

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  40. They main way we keep cool in the warmer months is that we have a ceiling fan in every room in our house! They make a huge difference in the temps through out the whole house, I couldn't live without them! I also love to take ice water with me everywhere I go in the Summer! It's a great way to keep my personal body temp down!

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  41. We shut all doors and windows, pull curtains shut and turn on the ceiling fans. We have no AC.

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  42. I blast the AC and then get the bill. UGH

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  43. I use fans and windows if it's not super hot and turn on the AC if I can't stand it any longer:) Honestly, I hate using the AC unless I have to but sometimes you just have to:)

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  45. We use the AC when it is super hot, during the warmer temps we use fans.

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  46. Unfortunately I the only way I keep cool is running the air conditioner a lot during the hot months. My electric bill is dreadful in the summer time. I don't know how I would survive without central air.

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  47. We wear lighter clothes and turn the AC on during the day. At night (if it's not too hot), we open the windows.

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  48. WE run through the sprinklers and visit the cool malls to keep cool in the heat of summer. We also eat crazy pops .

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  49. I keep cool by sitting outside under the tree . I dont mind the heat much but tthen it gets humid and hot and I will enjoy the fans and air conditioner.

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  50. When it gets hot outside, I keep our blinds closed and that keeps a lot of sun light out and heat out. I also have to use our Central A/C.
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  51. We live in Arizona so we run our air conditioner from spring until late fall. We also wear cool clothing and run ceiling fans.

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  52. We open all of our windows,turn the ceiling fans on, turn the lights off, and drink something cold!

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  53. I live in Georgia where it can get pretty hot. I like to run the fans and have ice cold water nearby. The combination of the two helps us to stay cooler.

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  54. We have whole home air conditioning but I hate using it and will stick to open windows and fans for as long as we can bear it. I never knew anything like this existed -- I'll have to check it out!

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  55. Thank God for AC! We use it all summer, though I try to open the windows and use fans to get a cool cross breeze when possible.

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  56. We like to keep our house cool in the summer - around 68 so we have the air going a lot. Plus we have 3 dogs and this helps keep them cool as well. I love floating in our pool as well to cool off

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  57. We keep cool in the summer by swimming in the pool. We set our thermostat at 68 to beat the Texas summer heat.

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  58. I can't stand being hot at all. As soon as the outside temperature goes above 75, my air conditioner goes on and it stays on until the fall. I usually have a fan in my bedroom too. I get bad headaches that are worse when I'm hot. I didn't even know a product like this existed - it would be incredible to have one.

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  59. I can't stand being hot at all. As soon as the outside temperature goes above 75, my air conditioner goes on and it stays on until the fall. I usually have a fan in my bedroom too. I get bad headaches that are worse when I'm hot. I didn't even know a product like this existed - it would be incredible to have one.

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  60. When it heats up outside, we use lots of fans in the house, as well as ceiling fans!

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  61. I feel nasty when I am hot. I am in menopause and I don't like being hot. So I avoid it by all means; by staying inside, air conditioning on etc. It would be a joy to win this.

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  62. I cool off with a lot of fans, and to grin and bear it. This would be a godsend.

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  63. We use air conditioning and fans to move the air. This get expensive to use 24 hours a day and I would love to try the Culer Solo.

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  64. water and air condition this would help save!

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  65. I have very thick curly hair and I take a cold shower and get my hair wet. It really cools me down and I keep lots of cold drinks and ice around ...

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  66. I take a shower & have the fans blowing!

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  67. I always have a fan on me when it starts getting hot

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  68. Keep the windows open at night to bring in the cooler air then close windows early in the morning as well as the curtains. Where I live, very few people have A. /C

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