An Eco-Cooler is supposedly a cheap, electricity free, and efficient way to cool a building. Would you use one?
The Eco-Cooler was originally designed by Grey Dhaka for tin hut houses in Rural Bangladesh where the temperatures during the summer are usually well over 100-degrees. They needed something cheap, easy to build, and something that doesn’t use power. The Eco-Cooler fits all of those qualifiers, and according to the people who use them they actually work.
Check out the video below to find out what an Eco-Cooler is and how you can build one for yourself.
Now, we don’t know about you, but when we think of places that sometimes get hot, don’t have power, and probably have a few spare bottles laying around, we think of our favorite hunting lodges. While we haven’t yet tested out a Eco-Cooler to see if it works for us, its something that would be well worth a shot. After all, what else are you going to do with all of those extra bottles laying around?
So what do you think? Would you put one of these on your hunting lodge to help keep it cool during those warm weather hunts?