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Beldray EH3139V2 Ice Cube Plus+ Portable Table Top Personal Space Air Cooler | 5 W | LED Lights | 3 Speeds | 2 x 300 ml Water Tanks | White, 600 ml
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About this item
- An ideal accessory for your home or office, this 5 W Beldray Ice Cube air plus is lightweight and portable for effortless use.
- The inclusion of a lengthy USB cable and handy mains adaptor means positioning the unique air cooler for maximum results is a breeze.
- Effortless to use and quick to refill, the cooler offers two removable water tanks that offer a generous combined capacity of 600 ml.
- Beat the summer heat with the manual vertical airflow adjustment and three speed settings by easily tailoring the device to suit you.
- Complete with seven vibrant colour-changing LED lights, the cooler is not only practical but stylish, adding a hint of fun to any room.
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The lightweight Beldray® Ice Cube Plus is a great investment for the summer months. This 20 x 20 x 25 cm air cooler has three speed settings with an easy to use control panel making it ideal for the home or office. Compact but powerful, the 5 W unit cools and humidifies whilst the side panels offer colour-changing LED lights for an extra special touch. With two freezable 300 ml water tanks and non-slip feet, the cooler is easy to refill and transport, with a replaceable filter for longevity.
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It would not even cool down a paper bag. I bought a 5 blade fan which does a lot better.
Yes, I am disappointed in the product and ashamed to have been deluded by the false advertising and not happy with AMAZON for allowing this to be marketed this way.
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So 2 things to look out for - the screw caps on the reservoirs on mine don't fit great - so they do tend to leak out slightly during the night into the base area- that might be intentional as i see no other point to the 'spring' valve that's in them ie its a valve to slowly let water out into the base area so water continues to be available to cool you down - but it doesn't say that specifically anywhere in the instructions so its a bit messy when you come to remove them the following day (but it is only water of course - just get a tea towel at the ready)! Also in hindsight it is a little bit noisier than a fan you might want to use in the bedroom - but that is of course a personal preference. Also be prepared for some 'clunking' when the ice thaws a little bit and moves around in the reservoir - its made me jump twice!
Finally, and i know it would have made it less 'portable' but some way of insulating the reservoirs would have been a good idea .... /making the internal filter retain water better ? That of course would probably push the cost up though. So for what it is - it does it's job!
Always looking for ways to keep me/as much of the bedroom cool on summer nights as possible. Have seen these style of personal coolers but always thought they'd be a bit rubbish to be honest, but the thought of another night not sleeping even with window open was too much ! I read reviews on this and thought i'd give it a go - for the price it wouldn't break the bank.
It arrived faster than predicted - bonus!
The instructions are clear - both in the booklet and the little stickers on the side - noting you should NOT freeze the reservoirs with their lids on. Easy to use - you can freeze the x2 reservoirs if you want, and you can freeze the central 'filter'. You then top up the reservoirs with cold water before installing into the unit to get optimum cooling.
I must admit my expectation level was pretty low -but after freezing the aforementioned and reassembling (note the 'filter' can be a big fiddly to get back in if you don't angle it correctly) i switched it on and BRRRRRRRRR! My husband who is always too hot genuinely likened it to air-con. It really does blast out cold air. Obviously if you run it for 8 hours the coldness won't last forever, and if its really really hot - this can only do so much - but for me in the middle of a hot night i know i can set this up ready - and just to help me get back to sleep set it going to cool me down.
It won't cool a room - its not designed for that - unless its a really tiny room - but it will cool you down better than a fan alone. It's not super quiet but its not shockingly loud and the lowest fan level is acceptable to sleep through for me. Many people who use fans during the night will be ok with this.
The 'mood' lights are a nice touch but probably unnecessary for me.
Final note - of course come the morning if you've frozen the filter as well as the reservoir tanks there is a puddle of water in the bottom of the product - so be careful picking it up that you don't slosh it around - and it instructs you dry out all pieces before re-using.
For the cost and the size - i am much more impressed than i expected. Its a neat PERSONAL cooler - better than a fan alone, but its not a full-room aircon unit - don't expect it to be such.
Once the water containers were froze it was a simple task of placing the filter back in followed by the frozen water containers. Closed top two lids, plugged in and switched on.....
The cold breeze was a relief. It actually was blowing cold air given the heat wave that we were in. I set the unit to max, changed the led colour to blue and chilled. You can change the air flow up or down but not left to right. The cold air lasted for about 3 hours. By which time the water tanks were empty. Please beware that once it has operated and the tanks are empty there is water inside the base of the unit so don't tilt it. Just carefilly take it to the sink then empty it.
This is ideal up close, i.e. on a desk or bedside table. It won't cool a room down though. But for personal use on a desk its perfect.
A great idea, poor execution and build. Will try another make.
People who have left poor reviews need to manage their expectations, it’s a personal cooler, not an air conditioning unit! it will not cool a whole room, but come on! It is less than £30!! And worth every penny.
I found it was most effective when the water tanks were frozen, the filter was frozen and if I did not top the tank up with water, but just used it frozen.
I’m considering buying another one!
Reading other reviews, there seems to be some confusion about how it works. It’s basically a fan that blows air through a cooled filter. The filter is cooled by soaking up water. If you freeze the water that makes the filter, and therefore air, cooler. So yes, the two water/ice tanks are supposed to “leak” into the bottom of the unit. That’s how it works. The filter slowly absorbs the “leaked” water, keeping it cool, so it in turn cools the air better.
My only real criticism is that despite 3 fan speeds, the slowest is still quite audible. Ideally, in a bedside table scenario it would be quieter, even if it meant pushing less air.