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NewAir AF-330 Evaporative HEPA Swamp Cooler

by NewAir
69 customer reviews

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  • Natural evaporation provides low-cost cooling alternative
  • Cools up to 200 sq. ft
  • 3 fan speeds and automatic oscillating louvers
  • Built in ionizer, HEPA filter, and carbon filter
  • High performance cooling pads
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Product Description

Product Description

The NewAir AF-330 is an evaporative swamp cooler built to function as an air-purifier as well. This evaporative cooler includes a remote control and a programmable timer with 3 select fan speeds, an added ionizer, and a revolutionary cooling pad that never needs to be replaced.

From the Manufacturer

Save money on summer cooling with the NewAir AF-330 evaporative swamp cooler. Using the natural power of evaporation to cool the air, this is a cost-effective solution for dry climates that offers significant savings over air conditioning. Featuring a revolutionary cooling pad that never needs to be replaced, this unit has the capacity to cool up to 200 square feet. It has a 13 liter water tank, and additional 4 liter ice tank for an extra cooling boost. Electronic controls offer 3 fan speeds and an 8-hour timer, and automatic oscillating louvers for directed air flow. Plus, you’ll enjoy fresher, more breathable air thanks to multiple air filtration systems includeing a built-in ionizer, an activated carbon filter to eliminate odors, and state-of-the-art HEPA filter that removes 99.97 percent of particles in the air. Ships fully assembled and includes a remote control for easy operation. NOT SUITABLE FOR HUMID CLIMATES.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 16 x 26 inches ; 19.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 23.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B009NJ678I
  • Item model number: AF-330
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #757,766 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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118 of 124 people found the following review helpful By AstroNerdBoy on April 7, 2007
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The AF-330 NewAir Evaporative Swamp Cooler with Special HEPA Air Purifier is a pretty good swamp cooler with just a couple of flaws. As with all swamp coolers, it isn't going to make your room feel air conditioned, but in dry climates, it is good to sleep with it blowing over you, or it is good to get raise the humidity levels somewhat. Now for the good stuff first about this unit.

For starters, the 13-liter water tank means that you won't have to fill it as often. Most portable swamp coolers I've owned only had a 10-liter tank which means they don't last more than 8-hours on "cool." There's also an ice tray to add ice for additional cooling effect.

Next on the plus list are the air filter system. In addition to the standard foam filter, it comes with a HEPA filter and a carbon filter. Combined with the ION setting, this really seemed to make an improvement in air quallity. After a month of use, I haven't noticed the normal "swamp stench" that swamp coolers usually get. I don't know if those filters are the reason or not, but there you go.

The fan is much more powerful than any previous portable swamp cooler I've owned. Even at the low setting, the fan works pretty good when sleeping in front of it.

The controls are pretty standard. You get the 1-8 hour timer, oscillating louver control, 3 fan speeds, "cool" function (to activate the swamp cooler function), and ION control. The unit comes with a handy remote control which handles all features, which is great for controling the unit while in bed. ^_^

There were two negatives. The biggest is adding water to the tank. The portable swamp coolers I've owned before have had a convienent port on the side of the unit were one can add a gallon of water to the tank in a few seconds.
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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By S. Lewis on May 15, 2007
I bought this item to provide some cooling in a single, small room. In my area when it is hot it is dry, so a swamp cooler should be at least somewhat effective. I tried this on two days that reached about 90 degrees with humidity levels below 30%. It had utterly no effect on the temperature in the room. Since the recommendation is to have some ventilation while using a swamp cooler, I tried it first with a door open for ventilation. That didn't work, so I tried it with the door closed. I tried it with cold water and I tried adding ice in the ice compartment. I tried it on all three speeds. It did not lower the temperature in the room even a degree. I was so puzzled by its ineffectiveness I even opened the back and inspected the mechanism to ensure that the unit I received was functioning correctly. It apparently was: the wick that the air blows through was damp. You would think it would provide at least a little relief, but no dice. The only benefit it offered was a very slight cooling sensation when you stand directly in the airflow. But not more than a fan alone. And no general cooling in the room. I don't fully understand why it was so ineffective, but it was. On the upside, the vendor, Air-N-Water, delivered it quickly, for free, and the box arrived in good shape.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Damon Johannesburg on June 13, 2006
Our dorms don't include AC, so I needed to get something for my dorm room. Bought this one, and it's been great. It takes up a minimal amount of space, and is easy to carry around. Cooled my room very nicely.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tzaddi on July 16, 2010
I bought this unit several years ago to replace a different model that finally died. I've had four different units altogether and have learned a lot about what a swamp cooler can and cannot do in the past thirty years. It absolutely is intended only for low humidity areas. Check your weather online and it will tell you what your humidity is. Above 30%, they begin to lose their effectiveness. They absolutely must be in front of an open window or door because they suck that hot, dry air in and pass it over a wet material. Simple to operate, they can provide relief in hot summer days and nights. Most units this size (New Air 330) are intended to be "locational"--you sit at a desk, the unit is pointed at you. You're on the couch, you moved the unit on its rollers and is pointed directly at you. These little guys simply cannot, I repeat, can NOT "lower the temperature" of a room larger than say 7x9. But they can make all the difference in even a larger room if you're sitting beside it or at night, if the unit blows air across your bed. I live in a poorly insulated, remodeled attic apartment in southwest Colorado where it's been extremely dry this summer and hotter than usual with mid-to high 90's during the day. My space is approx. 600 square feet. This guy stays in the LR (15x12) and would be way more effective with a partner for that size space--e.g., one unit pointed to seating area, one pointed at my desk! An older unit (made in China!) sits at an angle in front of a sliding glass door by the foot of my bed and blows air across my legs at night. Both my units run full tilt boogie, 24/7 and, especially during the day, with ice (giant ice bricks I make from Tupperware containers).Read more ›
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It is a great cooler! Adjustable lovers allow me to aim it down so my 11 year old yorkie lays on the floor in front of it. She's in heaven now!
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