While the world stocked up on toilet paper and hand sanitizer, the internet clamored to get their hands on a tiny air conditioning unit.
We're well into the 21st century, yet the average air conditioner still costs $200-$400. We think that's ridiculous.
That's why we created the Palo™ Mini Air Conditioner: a small (but mighty) A/C unit that's less than a third of the cost of the average unit.
And, believe it or not, it runs on tap water:
When we first launched our mini unit earlier this year, some people told us that it'd never work.
But in reality, the response has been overwhelming: so much so that we've struggled to keep them in stock for weeks.
It got so bad that you guys actually managed to crash our website for a bit today (which was not fun, by the way, but we're very grateful for your support).
WHY PEOPLE ARE SO CRAZY FOR THE PALO MINI A/C UNIT:
It boils down to three main reasons:
1. It's remarkably portable.
Instead of paying $200/unit, and buying units for each room in your house, you can buy a single Palo unit and take it with you from room to room.
2. Surprisingly powerful.
Although it might be tiny, Palo packs a punch: with 3 fan settings and a bonus "mist" feature that cools you down in seconds.
3. Just add water.
Unlike typical A/C units (which can dramatically raise utility bills) we crafted our unit to be friendly to your wallet, and the environment. Just fill it with a glass of water and it'll provide you cooling mist for hours.
The bad news: it's a little tough to get your hands on one.
We don't sell on Amazon or other marketplaces, and as we mentioned, it's been a bit tough to keep them in stock.
As of the writing of this post, we are in stock, but we can't make any promises as to how long that'll last:
COVID NOTICE: We have a strict limit of 4 per person to prevent hoarding. Please respect the limit!
If we're out of stock, please check back in a few months for our next shipment (currently planned for September/October).
Thank you all so much for your support, it means more than you know!
- The Team at Palo