Whether it’s an Air Cooler or an Air conditioner in order to fight the Scroaching summer days you only think of purchasing any of these two. Here comes the difficult task – Choosing the right device for your home. Well, both of these appliances have their own advantages and disadvantages but in this article, we are going to do a short comparison which might help you decide the appropriate appliance for your home.

Air Cooler is affordable as compared to Air Conditioner

An Air Cooler is more budget-friendly than an Air Conditioner. An Air Conditioner ranges from Rs 20,000 and goes up to Rs 50,000 which moves it to a luxury side while an Air Cooler usually ranges between Rs 4,000 to Rs 15,000. You also can’t buy an Air Conditioner for every room whereas at the same price you can get 2 to 3 Air Coolers.

Air Conditioner also requires installation. If you got a Window ac then you have to make a proper adjustment and in Split AC you have to adjust it on your wall. All that requires more money so you have to spare more money from the pocket. Whereas An Air Cooler doesn’t require any installation. Just move it in and start using.

When it comes to price we must also take care of the electricity bill. Air Cooler run on much less power when compared to an Air Conditioner. Usually, Air Conditioner uses around 2000 Watts of power while an Air cooler uses 200 Watts of power if we compare to the electricity bill with an AC your monthly bill will be around Rs 2,000 and with the Air Cooler bill will go hardly beyond Rs 400.

Air Cooler Delivers Natural and Clean Air.

Air Conditioner circulates the Air which is already inside your room while an Air Cooler draws fresh air from outsides and cools it down then circulates in your room thus providing you Natural and clean air every time. While AC recirculates internal air the allergens which are transferred through air remains inside your room. If you are really into Air Conditioner than make sure it has Bacteria Filters which will help Asthma patients.

Air Conditioner Requires Less Maintainance

The main disadvantage of having an Air Cooler is its maintenance. In an Air Cooler, you have to fill in water almost every day. You have to fill almost 5 to 10 Buckets of water in it which is a very boring task. It might feel easy in the starting but after 2 or 3 months the interest fades off and it becomes a hefty task. When it comes to Air Conditioner it doesn’t require that much maintenance. You can get it serviced once or twice in a year.

Air Conditioner Works in Any Climate

An Air Cooler doesn’t go well with Humid climate. In Humid Climate there is more moisture in the air and the air cooler works on the principle of evaporation. It throws cold and wet air towards you so when the moisture level in the air reaches its limit the air stops getting cold. On the other hand, Air Conditioner goes well with any climate because it removes heat from the air using chemical gas.

Air Cooler is Environmental FriendlyEco Friendly Earth

Air Conditioner comes with an outside unit called compressor which removes heat from the air and while it runs it also makes the outside air hotter. An Air cooler, on the other hand, makes the Hot air colder by the transfer of heat through the water. The more you use the Air Conditioner the more it will have a negative impact on the environment. So Air cooler is eco-friendly as compared to an Air Conditioner.

Final Words

So now you know the major differences between the Air Cooler and the Air Conditioner. Below you can find the summary or comparison table which will help you make a better buying decision.

Air CoolerAir Conditioner
Requires more maintenanceLess maintenance requires
Eco-FriendlyNegative impact on Atmosphere
Gives Natural and Fresh AirRegulates Internal Air
Not for Humid ClimateWorks in Any Climate
No Installation CostCosts Installation Charges
Budget FriendlyMuch Higher Cost
Creates Minimal NoiseQuite Operation
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James Johnson, a journalist with a Master's degree in Communication Technology from MIT, has been a leading voice in tech and gadget journalism for over a decade. Since joining our team in 2019, he has specialized in providing insightful reviews and cutting-edge coverage of the latest tech and gadget trends. Before his current role, James contributed to various tech magazines and websites, enhancing his expertise in consumer electronics. When not exploring the newest gadgets, he indulges in photography, a hobby that complements his professional interests.

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