Big Ass Fans

If you've got a really large space that needs a more efficient way to stay cool in summer and warm in winter, then Big Ass Fans ($TBD) are for you. These high volume, low speed ceiling fans are truly ginormous, ranging in size from 6 to 24 feet in diameter (now you know where their name comes from). One 24' fan can cool a 20,000 sq. ft. space on its own, using in-line helical gear reducers for nearly frictionless power transmission. These giants are engineered to move air without noise or wasted energy, providing over 25 times the airflow of a standard industrial ceiling fan. Since we first wrote about the company, they've added the award-winning Haiku fan (shown above), which is a slightly smaller fan with an integrated LED option that's perfect for rooms for lower ceilings.

  • 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.

  • Mr. Heater Hero

    Short of starting a fire where ever you happen to be, heat isn't the most portable of commodities — as a matter of fact, you normally need to seek out the great indoors to keep yourself comfy on cold winter days. Unless, of course, you have a Mr. Heater Hero ($170). Powered by a standard propane tank and an integrated battery that runs for eight hours without the need to recharge, the Hero provides 35,000 BTUs of heating power, while its QBT burner system makes sure you retain your sanity with 50% less total noise than traditional forced air heaters. Great for the garage, tailgating, or remote man caves/camps.

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