SOURCE: International Home Shopping

August 10, 2009 09:19 ET

Air Cooler PLUS Succeeds as One of Summer's Hot-Selling Products

Customers Praise Waterless Air Cooler's Affordable Heat Relief

CANTON, OH--(Marketwire - August 10, 2009) - Developers of the new Air Cooler PLUS today reported the product has exceeded summer sales projections and satisfied customers are sharing compliments about the waterless air cooler's affordable performance.

Air Cooler PLUS was developed by International Home Shopping, which markets innovative products for better living. Company officials said online sales have been brisk, surpassing sales goals with several weeks remaining in the hot weather season.

Company officials credit soaring sales to the fact Air Cooler PLUS embodies new air cooler thinking, and is a cost-effective solution for summer's higher electricity bills.

Happy homeowners have provided glowing reviews about the Air Cooler PLUS, including this comment from Robert Chennault of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, where summer temperatures typically hover around 115 degrees.

"We just received our first electric bill after getting our Air Cooler PLUS, and I am really in love with it," Chennault wrote. "Our regular electric bill in Lake Havasu City is over $600. With the Air Cooler PLUS, we've been able to use our air conditioning less and move the air cooler around to whatever room we're in. Our June-July 2009 electric bill was $376, and our home has been cool and comfortable. In just one month, our Air Cooler PLUS paid for itself."

Chennault said he's recommended Air Cooler PLUS to friends. "I've told everybody, including one friend who warned me no air cooler available online works as advertised. Now he's a believer!"

He also took advantage of the optional water reservoir and was amazed at the results.

"I had to grab a blanket because I was actually chilly when I used the water reservoir for the first time in conjunction with the frozen ice packs," Chennault wrote.

Air Cooler PLUS was developed to address drawbacks associated with water-based evaporative air coolers. While it does offer customers the option to fill a small reservoir, the unit requires no water, and it will not develop the swampy smell that evaporative coolers (also known as "swamp coolers") are known to produce.

Air Cooler PLUS can be ordered online at http://www.AirCoolerPlusStore.com. The cost has been reduced to $149 which includes free shipping and a free second set of HD-Ice™ gel packs for customers' convenience.

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