Saturday, February 24, 2024

Torras Coolify 3 Wearable Air Conditioner Review

I spent decades living in the desert, but no more. I still don’t like the heat. But if it’s hot outside and you have to be outside, now you can take the cool air with you. Up for review today is a small air conditioner from Torras. It’s a wearable air conditioner, the Torras Coolify 3. MSRP is a fair $369.


Features and specs:

- Intelligent Color-Changing Plates: Sleek carbon fiber design with temperature-responsive plates.

- Powerful Cooling: TORRAS Coology, NTC control for rich, widespread, and instant cool.

- 360° Cooling Effect: Surround semiconductor plates, 7-directional air outlets for immersive cooling.

- Long-Lasting Battery: 6000mAh for up to 13h, 80% charge in 1.2h, 18W fast charging.

- Smart Modes & App Control: Cool/Heat/Fan modes, TORRAS app, stepless speed, and customization.

- Ergonomic Design: TORRAS ErgoFit, memory silicone surface, comfortable for various activities.


The Torras Coolify 3 came in a great looking color printed box, with photos and specs of the device. Opening the box revealed a well-protected device, held in place by custom molded plastic. And it also had a hard zipper case to protect it. Materials used in the construction was mostly plastic with some metal and rubber. But the quality of the materials used, as well as the fit and finish, was excellent. Also included was the charging cable and owner’s manual.


I love the design of the Torras Coolify 3. It reminds me of a neck pillow, like you would wear on an airplane, due to its U shape. On each side is a rubber piece that makes it easy for the two sides to flex, so you can take it on and off your neck. It has vents that blows air on the top of both sides and bottom and top of the back.  These vents blow air down the bottom back of your neck as well as up the back of your neck and up both sides of your face. The two buttons also work great and are super easy to learn to turn it on, off, switch between modes, as well as speeds.


And while it’s a wearable air conditioner, it’s not just for cool. It actually has three modes: cool, fan, and heat. Inside there are three metal pieces that press up against your neck. And on the outside edge is a heat vent, and air inlets on the sides and back to suck air in. In cool mode, the metal plates on the inside get cold, and air blows out the top and rear. In fan mode, it just blows air out the top and rear. In heat mode, there is no air blowing out the top or back. But the metal plates heat up.


It's also very easy to see the status of the Torras Coolify 3. On one side there is three LED’s. The first one lights up gentle, the second lights up normal, and the third one lights up hyper. So you basically have three strength settings of low, medium and high, with the LED’s showing which strength setting it’s on. And the LED’s also change color to show which mode it’s in. For cool mode the LED’s light up blue. In fan mode the LED’s light up green. And in heat mode they turn orange. On the outside of the other arm is a series of blue LED’s to show the battery setting: if it is fully charged, or needs to be recharged. Now that it's fully charged, let’s see how it performs.

In heat mode, it worked really well. The metal plates got nice and toasty, in high mode. In cool mode, the plates get nice and cool, and the air blows cool. And the higher up you go in the settings, the more air it blows. In fan mode, while the metal plates don’t get cold, the fans still blow good air. And the amount of air that’s blown depends on the setting you’re in.

I must admit that I’m impressed with the Torras Coolify 3. I was expecting it to be gimmicky, but it worked surprisingly well! And it also appears to be well made, to provide lots of use. Based on its design, features, quality and performance, the Torras Coolify 3 has earned our Editor’s Choice Award. For more info and complete specs, check out their website at