Auto Cool Solar Powered Ventilation System Description
The As Seen on TV Auto Cool™ is a car vent that eliminates scorching heat build-up in your car! The auto cool vent is a solar-powered ventilator that automatically expels hot air from your parked car, so it’s not a furnace when you return. The Auto Cool™ solar-powered car vent helps minimize pet and tobacco odors, too. The auto cool fan runs on the sun’s power – no electricity or batteries needed! The vent installs in seconds on windows of all vehicle makes and models.
Auto Cool Features:
Fits any car window
Blows hot air out of parked car
Solar powered – need no batteries
NOTE: Auto Cool does not work in cars with tinted windows
With Auto Cool Solar Powered Fan As Seen On TV even on the hottest days, your parked car is kept cooler and the air fresher thanks to this solar-powered vent fan. Auto cool does not work on tinted windows. It maintains a safe, comfortable temperature level for your return. Place Autocool vent on top of window, then close window and lock up. It’s solar panel uses sunlight – not the car’s electrical wiring or batteries – to power the built-in fan.
Fresh air is drawn in as hot, stale air vents out. Autocool even helps to eliminate pet and tobacco odors. Auto Cool Installs in seconds and fits windows on all makes and models. As a Free Bonus, you’ll get a handy organizer that fits in your car’s cup holder.
The Auto Cool is a product that has been designed to help cool your car down while it sits in the sun waiting for you. That way when you jump into the car it will not blast your with hot air the minute you sit down.
Auto Cool features a solar panel that absorbs sunlight and converts it into energy to power built in fan unit. This fan will constantly blow out all that hot air that accumulates in your car as it sits in the sun.
Simply place the Auto Cool on the top edge of your window. Roll down the window facing the sun, put the Auto Cool into place, roll up your window and you’re done!
What is best, is that the Auto Cool does not require any batteries since it is solar powered, so it is better on the environment and better on your wallet!
So, do not fear melting in your car again. No more steering wheels and shift knobs that are too hot to touch– no more unbearably hot leather or vinyl upholestry!
Here is the story:
Stepping into a hot car is probably the last thing you want to do on a hot summer day.
But in this day and age, you may be afraid to leave your windows cracked or rolled down.
That’s where the Auto Cool comes in.
It’s a solar powered device that is supposed to keep your car cool.
But could it stand the “heat” of our As Seen on TV test?
It was about 90 degrees out — a perfectly sweltering July day — when I tested the Auto Cool. We placed a large thermometer inside a car in the heat of the day, and it was already up to 110 degrees.
I put the Auto Cool inside to see if we could cool the air a bit.
Here’s how the Auto Cool works:
There’s a solar panel on the unit that, when activated by the sun, starts a fan that circulates the air in your vehicle.
In theory, it should keep the air cooler than it otherwise would be.
Here’s how you install it:
The Auto Cool has a slot where your window slides in. You’re supposed to have this thing facing the sun so it activates the fan inside.
You also get some weather stripping to make sure there’s a perfect seal along the glass or the window you put it in. Normally, I would put this in a back window so I wouldn’t have to do this every time I got in or out of the car, but for the purposes of this report, we’re doing it this way.
It’s almost an air-tight seal, and the fan is spinning. I’ll be interested to see in about an hour or so if the temperature goes down from 110 and, if so, enough to make a difference.
What this device is supposed to do is pull the hot air out of the vehicle and pull in the cooler air outside. Granted, it’s 90 degrees outside, but that’s certainly a lot cooler than 110.
After about an hour of letting the Auto Cool run in the vehicle, I decided to check on it. The temperature outside dropped a couple of degrees by that point. It was close to 90 when I put the Auto Cool in, and an hour later it was about 86.
The temperature was about 110 when we originally got in this vehicle about an hour ago. We put the Auto Cool in — I can still hear it operating — and now the temperature is up to 115 degrees.