I have a heater in my room. Large and quite heavy. I turn it on in severe frosts when conventional heating fails. The rest of the time it is inactive and takes up space. And in the summer, in the heat, even if you open all the windows wide open, there is no relief. And the fan drives scorching air around the room, from which there is no joy. Sound familiar?
For you and me, there is an invention of Herman Miller - C2 Climate Control. This device has many advantages. Firstly, it will be useful to you both in winter and in summer. There is no need to spend separately and look for a place for an air conditioner and a heater. Secondly, it is very economical: it consumes 90% less energy than a conventional heater.
This cute little thing blows out air - heated to 32 degrees or cooled to 8. You can adjust the air pressure with one touch of the touchpad.
Thus, in the heat, it will blow on you (or to the side) with cold air, and in the cold - warm. After four hours of operation, if left alone, it will shut itself down to save energy. And a pleasant surprise - it filters the air, catching dirt, dust and pollen up to 5 microns in size. In general, a nice multifunctional and economical device. If there is no need to heat and cool the entire room, taking care of yourself precious is enough - it is perfect.