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Kuhl Air Conditioner

Tired of getting up and crossing the room just to change the settings on your AC unit? The Kuhl Air Conditioner ($TBA) causes no such problems. Thanks to a built-in Wi-Fi connection, you can control any new Kuhl — or, if you're a slum lord, a whole friggin' bank of them — directly from your phone, significantly cutting down the time you need to spend away from your beloved Barkalounger.

  • Arden Fan

    Looking for a way to cool off this summer that won't spoil your carefully curated early 20th century vibe? The Arden Fan ($335) is a fine choice, thanks to its walnut finish, tripod-style legs, and oil-rubbed bronze construction, while its three-speed 74 x 18 motor and 50 degree oscillation remind you that you're not really living in the past.

  • Stadler Form Q Fan

    Let's be frank: most of the time, you don't care what a fan looks like — you just need it to blow some air to cool you down. But for those times when you care, there a few fans cooler than the Stadler Form Q Fan ($200). Crafted from stainless steel and aluminum and designed by Carlo Borer, the Q has legs on only side, allowing its round form to join brilliantly with them to create that most inquisitive of letters. U.S. purchasers, get your 220V adapters ready — no 110V version is available.