THIS cooler hangs on wall, electricity costs same as fan

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New Delhi: If your budget for Split AC or Window AC is not being managed at present, but you need a look split AC in your room and the electricity bill is as much as a fan, then you may like this news of ours today. Today we are going to tell you about such a Symphony Air Cooler model available in the market for less than 15 thousand rupees, which you can hang on the wall of your room.

This cooler comes with an intelligent remote which gives a timer option of 10 hours. Apart from this, features like electronic humidity control, empty water-tank alarm as well as auto clean function have been provided.

In this Symphony Air Cooler, customers will get i-Pure technology that comes with multistage air purification, such as the company has dust filter, small filter, allergy filter and bacteria filter in it.

The biggest thing is that you would think that if it is Air Cooler or Desert Coolers consume more electricity then this model must have done it too but it is not so. This is because this Symphony Cooler does low power consumption (255 watts), that is, you can feel the air cooler air in the same power consumption as a fan consumes your electricity.

Tank Capacity: 15 liters and for better cooling always keep the window or door open for cross ventilation.

Swing: Customers get both horizontal and vertical swing options in this model.

Cooling: 4 speed cooling option is available with the fan. This cooler is also capable of working on inverter power.

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Symphony Cloud Personal Cooler Price

The price of this air cooler on Amazon is Rs 14,700 but you can save up to Rs 1500 on this model. For this, you have to use Citibank credit card or debit card (non-EMI) transaction.

You can avail discounts of up to Rs 1750 on Citibank credit card EMI transactions. There is also a 5 percent instant discount on HSBC cashback card transactions.

first published:April 3, 2022, 5:39 p.m.



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