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A Unique Way Of Reducing AC Usage While You Sleep Peacefully

The summer season has started and people are looking for air conditioners and services. However, there are many families, who even can’t afford an AC because of its high running cost and the electricity bill that shoots up after using it.

The summer season has started and people are looking for air conditioners and services. However, there are many families, who even can’t afford an AC because of its high running cost and the electricity bill that shoots up after using it. But when the sun rays hit every corner of the house during summer, even staying at home without an air conditioner becomes quite a daunting task.

Tupik

So, what’s the best option to survive the sun’s wrath in an affordable way? Ahmedabad based Startup “Tupik” has come up with an economical, healthy, eco-friendly and comfortable solution to this problem. The company has designed a unique indoor Bed AC that cools only the bed space in the room thus helps reducing energy cost. It consumes only 400 watts and can also run on a 1KVA inverter. Moreover, any 5 Ampere socket is sufficient for it to work. It comes with a single bed and double bed variant at genuine price.

Tupik

Where conventional ACs cools the entire room, even the areas that matter least to you while sleeping, this innovative AC cools the 25-30 % space occupied by a bed. Generally, a typical home AC wastes more than 80 per cent of energy to cool floor, walls, clothes, curtains, furniture, electronics and other items in the room, but Tupik Bed AC cools down the bed area only that matters the most in a bedroom for sleeping, helps to avoid unnecessary wastage of energy. This results in low electricity AC bills.

Tupik AC

Designed mainly for indoor use, it can perform well in any indoor climate up to 40°C. It is advised to open room ventilation and stop direct falling of sunlight on the unit for better performance. So, for better heat dissipation, make sure to keep windows or doors open. Tupik can work for hours without any issues, depending on the heat and ventilation. Also, the tent cover protects you from mosquitoes.

Tupik AC

Another advantage of this AC is its easy installation. It hardly takes 10 to 15 minutes to install this setup, and you can do it yourself. Note, the length, height and depth of the Tupik AC are 8”, 11” and 18” respectively.  You can easily move it and reposition it because of its low weight of only 13Kg. Moreover, it is quieter than typical pedestal fans.

Tupik AC

Apart from the filters and fins, no other part of the unit requires cleaning or servicing. The company gives a 1-year warranty for the product though Tent fabric and structure is not covered in the warranty.

Presently, Tupik AC is available at its own e-commerce website portal and at some dealers. For more info about the product, please visit tupik.in.

How to Install Tupik AC

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