Sometimes it just does not make sense to pay to cool larger, mostly unoccupied areas when it is only necessary to cool smaller, occupied areas. Because it is designed to be portable, this Whynter model is smaller in size and easy to move from one place to another. It also has a standard 3-prong electric plug to fit into most outlets.
Moisture recirculation is self-contained with a hose that fits into a window adapter and pushes the warm air out. If you have a few windows in your home, this portable unit may be perfect for you.
Small homes and apartment dwellers have found this type of portable air conditioner to be as convenient as it is efficient. Renters tend to move more often than homeowners and will appreciate how easily the unit rolls in and out for smooth transitions. When landlords do not provide air conditioning or fail to provide enough, this portable cooler solves the problem.
There may be situations that make it cheaper to use a movable air conditioner instead of relying on malfunctioning, energy-draining central air.
This evaporative AC is a moisture recirculator. This means that it is cooling the temperature of the area and preventing condensation from building up and compromising its ability to work. This unit pushes condensing moisture out through the hose, which is very flexible and is typically aimed to release the steam outside of a window. Be aware that even the best portable AC may need extra attention and care when it comes to moisture drainage. You can read about this and other tips for maintenance in the user’s manual.