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Chillmax Air Pure Chill 2.0 - New, improved, personal air cooler and humidifier

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Simply fill the convenient top-fill reservoir with water, plug it in and enjoy! Plus, Chillmax Air Pure Chill has a built-in soft-glow LED light with seven colours to choose from, so it’s the perfect night light for those hot summer nights. At lower temperatures the Chillmax will produce a slight net cooling effect. But if the air temperature is above about 30ºC (and 50%RH) – which isn’t excessively hot or humid to start with, though it is around the point where you would start thinking about cooling things down – it’ll actually make you feel warmer. And if it is already humid outside, you’ll feel hotter still. As I’ve already explained, the Chillmax works by evaporating water on fibrous panels by forcing air across them. That water has got to go somewhere, and in this case it comes out with the cooled air as water vapour. In the right light, you can actually see it – it’s essentially fog, so the cooled air is also moistened. And just like when it’s foggy outside, and everywhere gets damp, this water vapour can condense on cooler surfaces. My data logger collected some and began to drip during the test, and I have since discovered that it also condenses on the front grille and can drip periodically, so you’d need to be careful what you had underneath it if you placed it on a shelf. The fan is quite powerful enough to project the drips forward slightly when they drop. Chillmax Air turns cold water, via a special filter, into a finer mist of cool, refreshing air circulated by a fan with three speed settings. It humidifies while it cools your personal breathing space so you can stay cool and breathe moist, humid air wherever you need it.

When I first set it up and turned it on, the first thing I noticed was that the fan is quite powerful, so you get a good flow of air directed at you – but note that that it’s only a 5″ computer fan, so it can’t beat a proper desk fan for air flow. The air did seem a little cooler compared with what my desk fan was blowing at me, but it also felt ‘softer’ – that’s very important, and I’ll explain later. But the big question was how much cooler was the exhaust air? This antimicrobial replacement filter will keep your Chillmax Air running perfectly for months. Designed specially to fit, easily into your Chillmax Air cooler, you can simply swap out the old filter for this new one and you're ready to go! Why not have a spare filter on hand so you always have a clean, working filter in your Chillmax Air and you're never left waiting for the dishwasher on those really hot, dry days and nights? We recommend you replace your filter every three to six months so this replacement filter will last you all Summer!

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Early in July 2019, I saw the Chillmax Air advertised on TV in one of those shouty JML ads. That same evening, I was shopping in Asda and saw it on display. I am an idiot for things like this, and bought it on impulse so I could test whether it worked or not. This impressive unit features a super-quiet fan set within a sound-protective casing, and a built-in, soft-lit blue LED light, so you can rest easy in comfort. Features and Benefits

Now, some people might be thinking that a 4ºC is better than nothing at all. And they’d be right if it was just a matter of temperature. But there’s more to it than that. I mentioned that the exhaust from the Chillmax felt ‘softer’. I knew what it was, but my data logger shows it in numbers. They cool the inlet air by several degrees. But they send the humidity of that air up considerably, and this cancels out the benefits of the cooling effect when it is very hot. The ‘Heat Index’ is the key detail, as explained above. In the case of the InstaChill, it will add a lot more humidity than the ChillMax, and as I have explained and demonstrated, the ChillMax is bad enough when it comes to increasing the ‘feels like’ temperature. Using innovative Hydro-Chill Technology, the JML ChillMax pulls in warm air from the room and filters it through cold water. Then turn it into a fine mist of cold air to cool you down. Featuring a whisper-quiet fan with three speed settings, this cool air is then easily circulated throughout your whole room. Quiet / night mode– For those once restless summer nights. It even includes abuilt-in, soft-glow, blue LED light to help you relax at night. WASHABLE SILVER-INFUSED SPONGE FILTER: The special, antimicrobial, silver-infused filter in Chillmax Air Pure Chill is designed to hold water without allowing the bacteria and mould that it contains to develop and grow, it’s even washable so you can regularly clean it and use it time after time. The top-fill water reservoir, with its UV-C light, combined with the filter, means you can rely on Chillmax Air Pure Chill to run for a whole night’s sleep, or an entire working day in a hot stuffy office, breathing in cool, humid air!Chillmax Go Fan is a little powerhouse of cooling technology. Designed to hold the maximum power in the smallest space, the clever engineering means you get a powerful, cooling performance with a fan you can hold in your hand. Thanks to the Lithium Ion technology that draws far more power than standard batteries and converts it into a level of energy that lets our smart, compact motor generate so much power you’ll feel like you’re stood in front of a full-sized wall or ceiling fan! Adjustable 360° smart-spin technology Personal air cooler and humidifer that you 2 ways! Chillmax Air Pure Chill turns water, via a special, silver-infused filter, into a fine mist of cool, refreshing air circulated by a fan with three speed settings. It humidifies while it cools your personal breathing space so you can stay cool and breathe moist, humid air wherever you need it. ArcticStorm • Berian • BlastChill • ColdSnap • Draug • Fridan • Frost-Star • Frost-Star EX • Frost-Star SL • Frost-Star XL • FrostBurn • Graupel • Someone found this article on the search term “jml chillmax air for pc cooling”. No. Blowing damp air into your PC would be dangerous, potentially expensive, and would only gain you 4ºC at best. As an example, if the air temperature is 30ºC and 50%RH, it will feel like 31ºC, but if the humidity goes up to 80%RH, then it will feel like 38ºC – even though the thermometer still tells you it’s 30ºC.

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