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TL;DR: As of June 4, get the EvaChill EV-500 Personal Air Conditioner for just $78.99 — That's a 20% discount.

The temperatures are warming up. Is your home ready? If you're hoping to escape the heat at home, a personal air conditioner is one way to stay comfortable during the day and sleep better at night. 

The EvaChill EV-500 is designed to be a lightweight and energy-efficient personal air conditioner. And you can currently grab it at the lowest price available online — just $78.99, right in time for things to heat up. 

The EvaChill Personal Air Conditioner is portable, so it can go from the living room to the kitchen to the bedroom as needed, and it cools the area directly in front of the device — dropping the temperature in an area the size of a desk, couch, or bed. And the patented EvaBreeze material it uses is made to improve its efficiency and keep it eco-friendly. 

Curious how it works? This 6.7-inch air conditioner is designed to set up with just one button. Simply fill up the water tank, connect it to a power supply, and the cartridge will absorb large amounts of water that then spreads evenly through the cooling pads. Air blows through them, evaporating the water to lower the temperature of the air around you in as little as 10 minutes. 

Aside from providing cool air, the soft blue LED lights also offer a relaxing ambiance. And it's designed to filter out dust particles as well, to help you enjoy cooler temps and better air quality, too.

Stay cool for the summer and beyond with the EvaChill EV-500 Personal Air Conditioner, on sale for $78.99 (reg. $99), the best price available on the web, for a limited time. 

Prices subject to change.

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