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Best coolers with wheels 2018 – [Buyer’s Guide]Last Updated September 1, 2020
Best coolers with wheels of 2018
Customers need to be careful on how they spend their money on these products. There’s a product for every kind of user on the list of affordable options below. Come with me. Following is the list of top three coolers with wheels of 2018.
Test Results and Ratings
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Why did this coolers with wheels win the first place?
The product is very strong. Its material is stable and doesn’t crack. I also liked the delivery service that was fast and quick to react. It was delivered on the third day. I really enjoy the design. It is compact, comfortable and reliable. And it looks amazing! I am very happy with the purchase. It is definitely worth its money. The product is top-notch!
№2 – Picnic at Ascot Ultimate Travel Cooler with Wheels- 36 Quart – Combines Best Qualities of Hard & Soft Collapsible Coolers – Navy
Why did this coolers with wheels come in second place?
Managers explained me all the details about the product range, price, and delivery. I like this product. For such a low price, I didn’t even hope it to be any better. It’s decently made. The design quality is top notch and the color is nice. The material is pretty strong and easy to wash if needed.
Why did this coolers with wheels take third place?
It is inconvenient to use due to the size. I am going to get something different next time. It doesn’t squeaks nor bents. Looks great in my apartment. This price is appropriate since the product is very well built. We are very pleased with the purchase — the product is great!
coolers with wheels Buyer’s Guide
Warranties and Guarantees
Be sure to read the small print for the best luggage brands. A Warranty might say: Limited Lifetime Warranty and usually that is for something that is their fault—defects in manufacturing and the like. Therefore, if an airline, cruise ship, or Greyhound bus damages your luggage, it probably won’t be covered under the manufacturer’s exclusions in their Warranty.
Dimensions Excluding Wheels
The shipping weight for the 3-piece set is 25.50-pounds.
Gift-wrapping is available for your loved ones and as a gift for special occasions. You will receive the 3-piece luggage set, User’s Manual, and a Limited 10-year Global Warranty against defects in material and workmanship. It is made in China.
The best lightweight luggage comes in spectacular colors of many to choose from. Your set will be of one color; they do not mix or match. The Alex series is indeed the colorful traveling companion! The only drawback is the carry-on bag does not have outside pockets to hold your passport, papers, meds, or iPad.
The hard-shell case is made of acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and/or polycarbonate (PC) made from bisphenol A (BPA). That material is durable, strong, and flexible to absorb any impacts when it’s traveling. The colors are matched in batches to always be the same and not a tad off color. The surface is glossy with vertical lines for accents.
You will have the wheels that can rotate 360-degrees or go forward and backward the way you want to pilot the suitcase. As you taxi through the airport corridors, you will feel relaxed and comfortable with the retractable anodized aluminum handle that locks in the up and down positions. It fits nicely to your hand and fingers too. The handle slides through the interior.
Configure the TSA combination lock to numbers you can remember and give the combination to the agents if they ever want to check your bags. There is one side handle to help you lift it and the corners have bumpers for protection. The luggage closes with a coil zipper. The case is waterproof, but water, rain, and snow can get in around the zipper.
The luggage expands giving you 15% more packing space. That is always a plus. Securely pack your clothing for no slipping or wrinkling using the elastic bands inside having a fully lined inside. The divider inside is flexible and has a mesh pocket for small items such as your parking lot ticket.
When you get home, store the suitcases one inside the other. The nesting lets you only put the big one in your closet with the other inside it.
20-inch carry-on bag is 21.50-inches tall x 13.50-inches wide x 7.50 inches deep to expand another 1.50-inches, holding 42-liters, weighing 7.50-pounds.
24-inch check in bag is 25.60-inches tall x 16.10-inches wide x 10.20-inches deep to expand another 1.50-inches, holding 74-liters, weighing 9.30-pounds.
28-inch check in bag is 29.50-inches tall x 19.70-inches wide x 11.80-inches deep to expand another 1.50-inches holding 119-liters, weighing 11.20-pounds.
Gift-wrapping is available for your loved ones and as a gift for special occasions. You will receive the 3-piece luggage set or single pieces, User’s Manual, and Lifetime Limited Warranty against defects in material and workmanship. The luggage is designed in Germany, made in China, and shipped from Dallas, Texas, USA.
No two coolers are created equally. While there are likely a slew of convenient features available for each and every one of the below listed options, the functionality and design of some of them are going to appeal more to your tastes than others.
So this should most certainly play a significant role in which of these you end up choosing.
Going green was never quite this easy. The material used for this cooler doesn’t have CFCs or HCFCs, which are common environmental pollutants.
Don’t have a spot for your drink? Now you do with the molded cup holders on the lid.
Stainless Steel Hardware
The inclusion of stainless steel further ensures that this product is going to stand the test of time without succumbing to the elements that claim the lives of so many other coolers.
Sturdy latches provide a tight seal for the entire cooler, keeping the cold inside where it belongs.
Soft Sided Coolers
That said, soft coolers can come in handy during your camping trip as a secondary cooler. If you spend a lot of time away from your campsite, you can pack lunch or drinks in a soft cooler and bring it along with you. Most are small, easy to transport, and can be carried over the shoulder or like a backpack.
These are even more heavy duty than plastic coolers. Metal coolers are usually used by people like fishermen or hunters who need very durable coolers.
The metal covering protects the insulation well, but it does make the cooler heavier than plastic coolers. Metal coolers also tend to be more expensive than other coolers though there are exceptions to the rule like the retro ones from camping giant Coleman.
High-End Coolers vs. Traditional Coolers
High-end coolers focus on maximizing the insulating capability with rotomolding construction techniques, meaning they can keep food cooler and retain ice for longer periods of time.
Think of brands like Orca, Igloo Yukon, Grizzly, or Yeti Tundra. They are more expensive and more durable, though good alternatives for less money are available. These are good for really long camping trips or for people planning to bring home a lot of fish or meat.
A decent cooler for the camper, fisherman or outdoors person in your life can also make a thoughtful gift.
Ultra Roller Cooler
This 23”x 12.9”x 17.4”, 40 quart cooler on wheels is made from polyethylene, and has extra insulation in both the base and the lid for an advertised day cooling period (though once tested, ends up being more of a three day maximum cold retention time). Its odour resistant liner is easy to clean, and BPA free. Igloo offers a one year manufacturer’s warranty for this cooler with wheels, which is great for being able to see just how much it can go through! The MaxCold Ultra comes with a comfort grip, tow up, push button release handle for easy rolling, and soft ride sport wheels, which are ultra durable so can glide through whatever you take it through! However, as both are made of plastic, they tend to snap with excess pressure, so caution needs to be exercised.
Though the lid seals well—like those of other coolers in its price range—the Coleman Xtreme’s lid doesn’t have a gasket, which could allow warm air or rainwater to seep in. In our tests, however, its insulating power didn’t seem to suffer. Some reviewers also complain that its drainage port’s bilge cap is slightly flimsier than the Igloo’s cap.
One thing that’s great about both the Coleman Xtreme and the Igloo MaxCold is that they feature replaceable hardware.
The hinges on both the Igloo MaxCold and the Coleman Xtreme are really similar. Neither set of hinges is terribly robust (the Coleman Xtreme relies on a wedge built into the hinge to stop it from falling too far), and it’s pretty clear that this is where these coolers will fail first.
Both coolers’ handles were comparable and surprisingly comfortable for moving each cooler short distances. We would not, however, want to be stuck hauling either of these coolers much more than a couple hundred feet without someone’s help.
The only other line of coolers with as many rave reviews as the Coleman Xtreme is the Igloo MaxCold Series. Though the Coleman Xtreme beat the Igloo MaxCold in our ice test by more than a day, the Igloo MaxCold still managed to retain its ice for a full six days. The Igloo MaxCold comes in at 29.inches long by 16.inches wide by 1inches high and has a simple, utilitarian design that is devoid of any markings or indentations. Like the Coleman Xtreme, it weighs about 1pounds empty, and you can also use it as a seat.
Unlike the Coleman Xtreme, the Igloo MaxCold lacks a channeled bilge drain, which makes emptying wastewater a bit more difficult than it needs to be—you have to tilt and twist the cooler to drain the last bit of water. However, the Igloo MaxCold’s drainage port accepts a garden hose, so you can channel the water far away from the cooler. Though this feature is somewhat handy, we don’t really see a compelling need for it unless you spend a lot of time on a boat. Outside of that, the Igloo MaxCold’s drain has a slightly wider diameter, so you can drain it a bit faster than you can the Coleman Xtreme, and it comes with a screw-on cap, which means less chance of your accidentally unplugging the cooler.
Like the Coleman Xtreme, the Igloo MaxCold’s hinges and hardware are its weakest points. The Igloo MaxCold has an additional plastic strap to prevent the lid from falling backward and to minimize strain. Between the Coleman Xtreme and the Igloo MaxCold, we slightly prefer the Igloo’s handles, in part because they feature hardware that allows you to install a rope. This means that if a handle breaks at an inopportune moment, you can replace it in the field with an impromptu rope handle or use a rope to tie the cooler down. Like Coleman, Igloo sells replacement parts, but in the form of a parts kit that includes hinges and a drain spout.
What size cooler you need
Everybody has different needs, and as such we couldn’t test every single size of cooler on the market. Instead, we decided to focus on the most utilitarian and family-friendly size we could find (70 quarts). Such coolers are rated to hold between 100 and 1112-ounce cans and ice (of course, the number of cans depends on how much ice you load). What’s nice about the 70-quart size is that it’s big enough for a variety of tasks. If you’re a boater, Carolyn Shearlock of The Boating Galley explains that “a 65- or 70- quart cooler is about the minimum size needed to have enough ice and space for food for a week-long trip for two.” Again, this is going to depend on how you pack your cooler and how long you need to keep things cold (more ice will take up more volume). Another example came up last year during a power outage, as one of us was able to store most of the contents of a fridge in a 70-quart cooler along with the necessary ice to keep it cold.
Wrapping it up
Though both the Coleman 70-Quart Xtreme Marine Cooler and the Igloo MaxCold Legend 70 overperformed on manufacturer claims, the Coleman Xtreme performed the best in our tests and was also the cheapest option. That’s why we heartily recommend the Coleman 70-Quart Xtreme Marine as the cooler to look for as things start to heat up this summer.
It’s either the lids are flimsy.
The latches burst often making it cumbersome to open and close.
The cooler fails at its prime purpose to retain ice for long possible hours.
The Pelican ProGear is the most rugged cooler on the list – Without a doubt, Pelican proves its mettle with this ice chest.
From making phone and computer cases, pelican has also gotten their hands mixed with coolers. The ProGear elite is a piece of genius from a company that has its hands over multiple ventures.
With a rugged exterior, the cooler can resist substantial impacts. Thanks to the premium plastic build, the latches and extended handles wouldn’t fail even after continuous use.
With that said, the ProGear utilizes sturdy latches that are simple to use. The mechanism is superb, just push a button to release the latches, take it back by pushing it down.
Impressively, the ProGear features a high-end plastic extension on the drain which helps minimize splashing and dripping while it drains quickly.
Wheels make it easy to roll a Giant Cooler without going through the stress of carrying it, be glad cause the Coleman Xtreme wheeled gives that relief.
Let’s find out
When you set your eyes on this cooler, what comes to mind is the ample interior space and beautiful exterior. As soon as you open the chest, the storage space in it gives you a respite to put all you need for camping trips.
The cooler can retain ice for extended periods thus keeping your drinks cold for – days. It also comes with a two way hinged plastic handle pushing the weight onto your hands. It might get quite uncomfortable when you hold it for a while.
In general, the durability of the cooler is under scrutiny, flimsy plastic handles and hinges are likely to break from sharp impacts. Latches are replaced with a press fit lid you can lift.
Many manufacturers are now treating their down with hydrophobic compounds that certainly make them better at dealing with moisture (more on that later). But at the end of the day, synthetic insulation is king at staying warm when wet, since it won’t lose its structure, even if it isn’t quite as good at retaining heat. Legendary alpinist Steve House obsesses about traveling light expeditions, but will add ounces—sometimes pounds—of excess weight to his kit by bringing synthetic jackets and sleeping bags. “If I’m going to be overnight or on an expedition, I am going to go synthetic,” House said. He used a synthetic Patagonia Das Parka to guide in places like Denali and Chamonix since the nineties, long before he was sponsored by the company.
There are plenty. Due to the fact that down is a bi-product of the of the goose and duck meat industry, and given that the vast majority of the down manufacturers are using is from far away places like China and Eastern Europe, it’s extremely difficult to keep track of how those ducks and geese are being treated before and during their slaughter.
Some materials companies (like synthetic insulation pioneer Primaloft) have combined synthetics with down in an effort to create a best of both worlds combo of warmth, weight, and water-repellency. This method involves actually intertwining hydrophobic-treated down with synthetic fills. The jury’s still out on these types of fills, and I haven’t used very many of them myself.
Desert cooler is better and provides better cooling.
However desert cooler requires more power, more space and more water. In a hot place this type of cooler should be preferred.
In a smaller room and less hot environment, room coolers should suffice.
CHOOSING AIR COOLER SIZE
Air coolers are rated by air delivery or the cubic feet per minute of air that the cooler can blow into your home. You can use simple formula to identify the proper size of air cooler that you need. (SQUARE FEET AREA X CEILING HEIGHT) / = CFM OF AIRFLOW NEEDED.
Hence, you will need a cooler with minimum air flow of 2000 cfm.
Automatic Shutoff Dampers
There are periods when the cooler does not run specially when the summer ends. This necessitates covering the cooler.
The shutoff dampeners are flaps in discharge of fan or in duct which opens when fan starts and closes when the fan is put off. This reduces the loss of cooling from the cooler.
Usha Honey Well CL 60PM 5-litre Air cooler
This article is following some of the best air cooler in India with buying guide. You may also like our selected popular cooler by brand and cooler by price range. A cooling machine is must in every Indian household, due to the reason we expose to more heat and humidity during summer season.
And whenever a cooling machine comes in mind, cooler is the first preference for may Indians due to its before and after purchase cost saving factor, easy portability, environment friendly(Don’t releases any harmful gases) working comparing to the AC’s. Before going further lets know some of the features and facts that need to know in a cooler on our buying guide.
Tower air cooler
These are meant for large rooms for the central cooling purpose, that’s why one only going to need this type of cooler if there is more heat present in the atmosphere and the room size is bigger than the normal room.
Now we know about different type of cooler for different purpose, now it’s time to know some features that really matters for a best air cooler.
Air cooler capacity:This is the first most important thing to look for in an air cooler, The cooler capacity need to be chosen depending on the room size, but don’t worry nowadays every manufactures mentions the cooler capacity in terms of sq.ft for easy understanding.
Water tank size: A large water tank means the machine can work for a long duration of time without refill of the water, and at the same time costs a little more. Some of the high end models even come with empty water tank alarm which makes it easy for the user to fill the water.
Ice cube tray: This feature also comes with only limited devices, in which one can fill ice for more cool air effect.
Kenstar Cyclon -1250 -Litre Air cooler
This motorized vertical louvre movement based air cooler cools room uniformly with special wine wood cooling media and cross ventilation, ensures smart cooling. And capable of 4feet air flow and delivers air at the rate of 2550 m3/hr.
When shopping for new inline hockey wheels you will notice they have two different recommended uses. These uses are indoor or outdoor roller hockey, and the wheels found in each category will be best suited for that type of hockey. Much of the recommended use will be based on the wheel’s hardness, or durometer, which we will cover in the next section. Just be sure to choose a specific wheel based on the type of hockey you will be playing, and if you are playing both indoor and outdoor it is recommended to purchase two sets as there is no real one wheel that will work for both.
Durometer is the rating given to an inline wheel to signify the wheel’s hardness. A higher rated durometer will mean a harder wheel, and a lower number will mean a softer wheel. Inline hockey wheels typically range from a 7durometer all the way up to 8Durometer rating will typically be found printed on the outer of the wheel and will read as a number followed by an A. For example, a wheel with a durometer of 80 will have a reading of 80A on the outer of the wheel.
It is imperative to purchase an inline hockey wheel of the proper durometer for the skating you will be doing. A lower durometer wheel will offer a softer compound giving the wheels a grippier feel which makes them great for indoor hockey mostly played on sport court material. Please view the below chart to decipher popular wheel durometers and what they are best used for.
A few replacement parts does not hurt, just in case of a break at an inconvenient time.
Why You Need A New Cooler
If you buy a modern, industry-standard, hard-sided cooler, you will be doing yourself a major favor. Due to recent innovations in cooling and retention technologies, most high-grade coolers now keep ice for up to 5-days. This makes them an amazing and ideal piece of equipment for camping, road trips, and all sorts of outdoor fun.
Regardless of how fond you are about your current cooler, the level of technological perfection that has been achieved by the modern cooler is not something that should be missed out on by anybody who enjoys the outdoors.
Although the initial investment isn’t cheap, that does not mean that it isn’t very valuable. The vastly improved level of ice retention, general durability, and great warranties that accompany these coolers add extreme value to owning one of these coolers. If you plan on camping, most of these coolers are totally bear-proof, which means that they cannot access your food or detract from the potential health from you and your friends and family in this way.
It is a familiar design where you can see them at any grocery or hardware store. These models feature foam insulation, which is kept between plastic shells and are glued together. The lids will be attached with screw on hinges, and you can snap shut using internal mechanism. Traditional models will be available at an affordable cost.
High-end Design Coolers
These models work with electricity. You must plug them into a car cigarette lighter or a wall socket. They will have an indeterminate cooling capacity until they are electrically connected. These coolers are ideal for those who stay outdoors, especially in hotel rooms.
Insulation performance – The main purpose of a cooler is to keep things cold, so one most important factor to consider is the performance of insulation. High-end model coolers with thick wall provide good insulation.
The size of the cooler – Coolers is available in different size. Decide how much you will be required to store inside the cooler. Ice will take about one-quarter of the space. For multi-day camping, you should buy a bigger cooler around 66-qt to 7qt. If you are planning a day trip, 28-qt to 54-qt cooler will be enough.
Durability – The cooler you buy should be durable enough to be taken for a week long camping trip several times in a year. The more durable cooler, the more it will be expensive. Buy a cooler made of tough plastic and able to withstand all type of weather condition.
Practicality – Large plastic coolers can be heavy to transport when filled. So, prefer buying a wheeled cooler that can be towed from one place to another. If you are going for a hiking trip, choose a lightweight, comfortable cooler with carrying straps.
Longer Ice Life
It’s important to note though that getting this type of user means more space and weight for your luggage. This poses a great a problem if you can’t roll the cooler on a very rocky ground. Also, you need to be prepared for any potential damage to wheels.
Hard-Sided Vs Soft-Sided Coolers
While the soft-sided cooler is better in terms of mobility, the hard-sided offers a larger storage capacity. Upright coolers offer a lot of insulation because of the fabric but it can’t match the insulation and durability of hard plastic.
Number Of Wheels
You want a cooler that’s neither too large nor too small. If you use a cooler that’s too large for your needs, the ice will work harder and melt quicker with all that empty space. Conversely, you’ll end up frustrated with a small cooler if some of your food and drinks won’t fit in.
Right now, there are several four-wheel coolers aside from the common two-wheels setup. In your selection of wheels, think of the terrain that you’ll be taking.
A two-wheel cooler is perfect for rough terrains while a 4-wheel cooler is ideal for flat grounds. If you must choose a 4-wheel model, make sure that it comes with locking wheels because the cooler might roll about unnecessarily.
Just like with any items, you need to set a budget that falls within your means. You don’t want to be overspending on something that you’ll regret later. As much as possible, choose a model that offers the features that you need.
What To Look For
Another type of handle that you should know is the one that hinges off to one side. This can be a problem if you wheel it out of the back of a vehicle. Since the handle is tacked against the side of a vehicle, you need to move the cooler out about a foot to get hold of the handle.
At the very least, a cooler should keep its contents as cold as they were when they went into the box for several hours on a hot day. But could any of these coolers take it one step further and cool down items that were not perfectly chilled to begin with? We loaded up each model with 45-degree sodas (by most people’s standards they weren’t yet cool enough to drink) and ice packs (pound for every quarts of cooler capacity, per the manufacturers’ instructions) and placed them in a stuffy room that we cranked to 9degrees. We cracked open a can from each cooler every hour for four hours and stuck an instant-read thermometer into the liquid. The first good piece of news was that every model—even the cheap foam box—maintained the temperature of the sodas for the full four hours. Even more impressive, two models exceeded our expectations and actually dropped the sodas to a colder temperature.
The most effective feature we came across was a layer of plastic lining on the interior of one of the models, which created an insulating air pocket between the cooler’s interior and the foam. Gases like air make very good insulators because they contain relatively few molecules, hence they conduct heat poorly. That explained why this was the only model to not only keep the sodas cool, but to actually chill them to an optimal 40 degrees. (The other model to drop the sodas’ temperature only brought them down to 4degrees.) What’s more, this impressive cooler had a small hatch sewn into its zip top that allowed us to grab a soda without opening the entire box, thereby keeping the release of cool air to a minimum.
That last point got us thinking about a cooler’s other functions. Besides a beverage chiller, we wanted a container roomy enough to accommodate a weekend’s worth of groceries, but not a bear to move when full or a hog that consumed lots of floor space when not in use.
Storage-wise, two coolers had the large capacities, but it was their flexible fabric walls that gave them, as well as the smaller collapsible model, a real advantage. Not only did these coolers fold down like a duffle bag, but their sides were flexible enough to house multiple bags of groceries.
Meanwhile, one rigid model was about half as roomy as the largest coolers. When it couldn’t accommodate all of the cold-storage goods, we had to perform triage—and only a whole chicken, pound of bacon, and a package of ground beef made the cut.
Most of the soft-sided coolers fared well in the durability test, too. When we tipped them off the tailgate of a station wagon, their zip tops prevented them from bursting open and hurling their contents onto the pavement as one model did, and they didn’t suffer any permanent structural damage. The one soft-sided model failed this test—a peek inside after the tumble revealed a split-open hummus container and a few broken eggs.
The ideal cooler should also clean up odor- and stain-free without a lot of scrubbing. Of the fabric models, only one passed the cleanup tests with flying colors, thanks to its smooth sides and antimicrobial material. When we left fresh cod fillets in each cooler for a weekend and then scrubbed them with hot soapy water, baking soda, and cleaning wipes, the fishy aroma stubbornly clung to the other fabric coolers. Meanwhile, spilled milk dyed green with food coloring mopped up easily from one smooth, hard-sided model, which also features a handy spout for draining liquid.
By the end of testing, we decided that one model was a cooler we’d be happy to take anywhere. Its large fabric-covered frame was lightweight and durable, and its interior plastic lining added an extra layer of insulation. Plus, it rolls on small wheels, pulls along with a telescoping handle, and collapses to the size of a gym bag.
We filled each model with partially chilled sodas and ice packs (pound per 2 quarts cooler capacity, per manufacturer instructions) and placed them in a 95-degree room. We checked the temperature inside one can from each model every hour for four hours, giving the highest marks to the coolers that maintained—or even dropped—the sodas’ starting temperatures.
Design Trifecta 360 Knife Block
Admittedly expensive, this handsome block certainly seemed to live up to its billing as “the last knife block you ever have to buy.” The heaviest model in our testing, this block was ultrastable, and its durable bamboo exterior was a breeze to clean. Well-placed medium-strength magnets made it easy to attach all our knives, and a rotating base gave us quick access to them. One tiny quibble: The blade of our 12-inch slicing knife stuck out a little.
Schmidt Brothers Downtown Block
This roomy block completely sheathed our entire winning knife set using just one of its two sides—and quite securely, thanks to long, medium-strength magnet bars. Heavy, with a grippy base, this block was very stable. An acrylic guard made this model extra-safe but also made it a little trickier to insert knives and to clean; the wood block itself showed some minor cosmetic scratching during use.
Schmidt Brothers Midtown Block
This smaller version of the Downtown Block secured all our knives nicely, though the blade of the slicing knife stuck out a bit. With a base lined with grippy material, this block was very stable. An acrylic guard afforded extra protection against contact with blades but made it a little harder to insert knives and to clean; the wood itself got a little scratched during use.
Desert air coolers
Desert air coolers are mostly used in dry climate regions. They are usually larger than personal air coolers and are designed for cooling large rooms. They use large water tanks and have huge fans that can deliver cool air to the farthest corners of the room. Desert air coolers are more preferable if you want to use them outdoors, for example, on your terrace or backyard.
Personal air coolers
Personal air coolers are more preferable for places that face humid weather conditions. They are specifically meant to be used in small or specific areas of the room. They are known to consume less energy and are also quieter than desert air coolers. They have smaller water tanks but are capable of providing cooling for hours.
Just like an air conditioner, it’s important to buy an air cooler that fits the size of your room. Airflow of an air cooler is also measured in terms of CFM (cubic feet per minute). The CFM denotes the amount of air cycled into your room each minute. You can choose the right size for the air cooler by calculating the CFM required for your room. You can calculate the required CFM by dividing the cubic feet of your room by two. For example, if your room is 300 sq feet in size, with the ceiling at a height of feet. Then the CFM required would be 1,500 (300 sq ft x ft/2).
The airflow of an air cooler also depends on whether it uses a blower or a fan. Fans can create airflow with low pressure but in large volumes; they are usually used in big air coolers. Blowers on the other hand, can create high pressure airflow at high volumes, which is why they are used in smaller models. While buying an air cooler, you should also look for models that have multiple speed settings. This lets you control the airflow, thereby controlling the temperature in the room. Most air coolers sport a three-speed regulator at the least. You can also look for an air cooler with automatic louver movement, which ensures the flow of cool air in all directions. This feature is especially important for desert air coolers that are used in large rooms.
Trending features to look for
One of the major reasons why people don’t prefer buying air coolers is because they take up space and don’t go well with the aesthetics of the room. These days, manufacturers have models with sleek and stylish designs. Tower air coolers are currently one of the most trending variants in the market. They take up less floor space but are still powerful enough to be used in big rooms.
If you plan on using your air cooler in different rooms, then it’s better to get an air cooler with castor wheels. This makes it easy to move the air cooler around the house. Some air coolers also come with the option of attachable wheels.
Air coolers that work on inverters
Air coolers are already known for their low energy consumption. Some manufacturers today have added to that feature by introducing air coolers that can even work on inverters. These air coolers consume up to 50 per cent less power than a standard air cooler. They are the best option for you if your home faces constant power cuts.
First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.
Most important, have fun and choose your coolers with wheels wisely! Good luck!
So, TOP3 of coolers with wheels
- №1 — RovR 60qt Wheeled Camping Rolling Cooler With Wheels Powder
- №2 — Picnic at Ascot Ultimate Travel Cooler with Wheels- 36 Quart – Combines Best Qualities of Hard & Soft Collapsible Coolers – Navy
- №3 — Igloo Ice Cube Roller Cooler