Get summer’s ‘sexiest-looking’ air conditioner before temperatures rise

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This isn’t your ordinary window air conditioner. The Windmill Air Conditioner is sleek, quiet, energy efficient and most importantly, will keep you sweat-free all summer long. Plus, it connects to your smartphone via WiFi to set temperature controls and turn it up on your way home from work.

In summer 2020, the Windmill Air Conditioner sold out within 48 hours, but now it’s back in stock and shipping in as little as two to three business days. And compared to other smart air conditioners out there, the price is right on par.

Windmill Air Conditioner, $395

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Credit: Windmill

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There are a lot of reasons the Windmill Air Conditioner is so popular. But if you want the full rundown, take a look at the list of pros below.

1. It Looks Oddly Sexy For An AC

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Credit: Windmill

Take a look at this air conditioner. It has a much more minimalistic, sleek design than other AC units, so it won’t be a total eyesore. Its LED display fades 60 seconds after using it, eliminating any distracting blue light, too.

This thing also comes with snap-in, weatherproof foam paneling to hold it in place in the window (you know, that thing that goes on the sides?). It’s double insulated to keep out noise, bugs and even cold air in winter months. Yes, you won’t have to remove from your window in the off-season!

2. It’s Easy to Install

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Credit: Windmill

The unit itself comes pre-assembled, ready to go, but includes an easy install kit for putting in your window. If that still sounds like too much work, Windmill has partnered with TaskRabbit to assist customers with installation, removal and recycling of old units — rates vary based on location and Tasker, but average around $40 per hour with a one hour minimum.

3. It Quietly Produces Cleaner Air, Yet Is Still Energy Efficient

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Credit: Windmill

The Windmill Air Conditioner also has a dual-filtration system that circulates cleaner air. Every unit comes with a washable antimicrobial-protected mesh filter to block dust and other articles, as well as a second replaceable activated-carbon filter to protect against odors.

It also has an incredibly quiet air flow that blows air up and out to maximize the cold air distribution in any room. It has 8,3000 BTU’s, which basically means it can cool a room up to 355 square feet. And, it’s pretty energy-conscious, meaning your electric bill won’t skyrocket when you turn it on. It’s also better for the planet. According to the product description, Windmill uses “a refrigerant (R32) with 68% less global warming potential than what’s commonly used (410a).”

4. It Connects With Your Smartphone For Operating

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Credit: Windmill

And finally, you can connect the Windmill Air Conditioner via WiFi to an iPhone or Android using its app. It can also be used with smart home devices like Alexa or Google Home. In the app, you can either turn your unit on or off, create running schedules, control temperature, change the fan speed and change cooling modes. You don’t even have to be home to control it. So, if you want to turn it off or turn it down while you’re not home (look at you, being all eco-friendly!), you can turn it back up on your way home so it’s cool by the time you get there.

Yes, there is a simple on and off switch and all the other buttons you need to run it without a smartphone too. And it comes with a remote control. But for some reason, neither seems as fun as using your phone.

So yeah, there are quite a few reasons why the Windmill Air Conditioner sold out super fast last summer. If you need a new AC before the temperatures rise, consider this one for keeping your space cool.

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