Cool summer, outdoor air conditioning products with a sense of design
Equipped with high performance, it is a product that can be used conveniently both indoors and outdoors. It is light and compact at 13.8kg and has a handle for easy carrying by women.
Easy to Use
Cool, Chilled Air Anywhere You Go!
Drop 21℉ (Air Outlet)
Meet various demand scenarios
Uses a newly upgraded duct system which utilizes a centrifugal fan to increase the air volume and powerful airflow.
Cool/ Fan /Dehumidifier/ Sleep
Air Volume Adjustment
|Cooling Temp Settings||16~31℃/61~88℉||Cooling Capacity||6000BTU|
The tests started in my 99 Astro camper van. It’s decently insulated with Thinsulate on the roof and some on the walls. The van does have 4 windows which one is covered by an insulated wall. The floor is also insulated with Poly board.
Anyways, we took the van camping in the hot heats of Texas. With my DIY cardboard exhaust and intake for the window.
It cooled down the van to 88ish degrees. Outside was roughly 101 degrees. This is all while the van sat in direct sunlight and without me blocking off the rear from the front.
We woke up the next morning to the van being 69 degrees and outside was roughly 87 degrees.
After that I decided I wanted to do more of a thorough test. I pulled the van into the sunlight and blocked off the front of the cabin from the rear with more thinsualte, but I’m certain a heavy cloth would do a great job.
In direct sunlight and at 100 degrees outside, the temps dropped to 83 degrees. I let the AC run until 10pm and it got down to 72 degrees while it was 86 outside. The unit was blowing 57 degrees.
My final test was placing it in my office, which is roughly a 10x10. I blocked off the AC in the room and set the unit up. The room started at 80 degrees, the rest of the house is 78 and outside is 100.
1 hr The room reached 78 degrees.
4 hours it was down to 74 degrees.
Now let’s talk about the design and cosmetics of the AC is really beautiful. It kind of looks like a center console in the middle of captain seats.
The entire AC feels and looks high quality, as you should expect at this price tag.
The controls are simple and satisfying.
The unit is advertised as a personal AC unit. So, a really good use would be it blowing directly on you as you work in heat. I worked on my cars while it was cooling me down in my very hot garage and made it very comfortable.
Biggest flaw has to be the power inverter. Since it is working with a lot of power, it gets hot. The company did talk about upgrading the unit in the near future.
Outside of that, I really enjoy the unit.
I’ll have a video of the tests out soon in the video section!
At 30 pounds, this unit is not necessarily feather-light, but it is light enough and small enough to be easily transported back and forth between our home, truck, camper and boat. Cheaper “portable” units available in retail stores are much larger and heavier, making them very inconvenient to transport to and use in these small spaces.
AT HOME: This unit cooled our 11.5x14 bedroom very nicely and runs so quietly that we still need to use our sound machine to sleep. The fan is very powerful as well. We can stand on the other side of a 161 square foot room and feel the cool air blowing.
TESTING: We started with an in-room temperature of 99.6 degrees Fahrenheit by turning our central AC unit off on a 100-degree day allowing it to heat up substantially inside. We then installed the unit, turned the fan on high and the temperature as low as it could go (61 degrees Fahrenheit). We checked the room temperature after one, two and three hours to see how quickly the unit cooled. After one hour, the room temperature had dropped an impressive 13.5 degrees to 86.1 degrees. After 2 hours of run-time and at the hottest part of the day (heat index of 116 degrees Fahrenheit outside), the room temperature had dropped to 84.2 degrees. Then after 3 hours of run time with scorching temperatures outside, the room temperature was a comfortable 79.1 degrees Fahrenheit. KEEP IN MIND, this is a 161 square foot room which is larger than the 100-150 square feet that the Eenour is designed to cool, so we are very impressed with the unit’s ability to drop the temperature in these extreme heat conditions.
DESIGN: It has a very convenient storage compartment at the top which makes it easy to store the power cord, owner’s manual, and remote control. Visually, it’s very minimalistic so it’s not an eyesore and can blend in with nearly any décor. As I mentioned before, the relatively compact size also makes it easy to fit into almost any space.
FUNCTIONALITY: The Eenour P600 has four different modes: Air Conditioning, Fan, Humidifier, and the incredibly quiet Sleep mode. The unit can be run on DC power, so it is a great off-grid option because there is no power loss from AC to DC conversion through an inverter. There is an easy-to-use control panel on the unit as well as a remote control. If I could change one thing, I would ask Eenour to make the remote backlit so that you can easily change settings at night without turning on another light.
Another fantastic feature is the unit’s ability to be used as a heater when the exhaust is reintroduced into the room or space. I have included diagrams of this with the review.
We will be purchasing a solar generator soon so that we can further test the unit’s off-grid capabilities but thus far we are very pleased with the system’s performance and usability. It was easy to assemble and set up, easy to use and did a fantastic job cooling our 10x10 room. We highly recommend the Eenour P600.