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August 13, 2007

Cool Modern Convenience


Every home has that one room that is consistently too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. It's usually the one  located furthest from the furnace and A/C. A little device that fits into existing vents, though can change the temp in that room from 3 to 7 degrees.

The AirFlow Breeze increases the volume of air delivered into uncomfortable rooms. Two low-voltage fans, turned on and off by a temperature sensing electronic controller, control the amount of airflow in a three speed fan offering flow rates of 100, 70 or 40 cubic feet per minute (CFM).

The AirFlow Breeze conserves energy too. When the fan from the central HVAC system or furnace cycles off there is still conditioned air lingering in the ducts, the AirFlow Breeze pulls that air into the room.

The design slides into vent openings and plugs in to an electrical outlet, costing a minimum $5 a year in operating costs. It’s available online at for $59.95.

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