InstaFrost Portable AC Review – Scam? Find Out What Customers Think About This Product!

InstaFrost is not an Air conditioner as you were made to believe. It does not even come close to being an ‘Air Cooler’. The advertising and branding of this product is deceptive.

It cannot be an A/C unit if it is self-contained. A/C units are heat pumps — they remove heat from the air and transport the heat to another location, i.e. usually out of the space that you want to cool (think of a refrigerator moving heat from inside the closed space to the outside of it).

Instafrost is not an AC but a swamp cooler. It only humidify the air surrounding your feet, and can not work as an air cooler or regular fan.

It’s an evaporative cooler. It works with an ice tray which you have to fill with water, place in a refrigerator, before putting it inside the ‘InstaFrost’ This is what it uses to blow cool air. Unfortunately, this is not mentioned in the Ads online.

Is This Product Worth Your Money?

Apart from the fact that Instafrost is wrongly called an Air Conditioner, below are other reasons why we can’t recommend this product.


It is been sold for extremely high prices. is offering this ‘portable Air cooler unit’ for almost $90 whereas this exact compact swamp cooler can be gotten for far cheaper prices online.

On Amazon you can get similar ‘portable ac’ for 20$-50$ and save yourself more money and time.

No Customer Support provides customer service phone number, but when you try calling the number you would be put on Hold for a long time. All efforts to reach the customer service personnel was futile and frustrating. This does not speak well of the company’s image.

Suspicious Nature

On the Contact Us page, The given address is 105 Serra Way #264,Milpitas, CA 95035. From our findings, it is the address of a company called Modern Life Trend. Damn! This is another red flag on its own. Modern Life Trend is one of the aggressive marketing companies online that keeps selling not too cool products, like this Cosmic Scope.

What this company does is buy products for cheaper rates in China, then invest in social media advertising, SE0 advertising, copy writing and all the likes, to make the products look real or legit to buyers. This is why when you search for Instafrost reviews or Instafrost ac reviews you’d see tons of reviews from blogs endorsing the product.

But one thing stands out…..the contents are all similar. All hog-wash, make believe reviews. Unfortunately, you would get tempted to buy this product. Don’t beat yourself! Who wouldn’t? The reviews look real, moreover they’re from popular websites. What a shame! Sponsored reviews do the most these days.

Negative History

We have reviewed similar product before, Blaux Portable AC, Polaire, Williston Force. Either called air conditioner or air cooler or portable AC, they all work the same way. And from these reviews, you’d see that the product was far from satisfactory. It didn’t meet the expectations of customers.

Fake Customer Reviews

During our investigation, we realized the positive reviews online, both that of Youtube and Blogs, are all fake. This is because when you order for the product, the wait time is 30 days. How come the reviewers have gotten theirs when this Ac is not yet up to 30 days online? We realized these reviewers are just affiliate marketers who get paid commission for any sale they make. So they are reviewing the product without even seeing it for starters.

Also, the reviews on are unverifiable. They shouldn’t prompt you to make an order.

Instafrost Customer Complaints

As of the time this review was written there are no genuine customer reviews online. This is because majority of those who ordered the Instafrost Air Cooler have not received theirs yet. The product delivery time is between two to four weeks. Review: Is It Legit?

We are skeptical about Instafrost AC as there are a lot of red flags that shouldn’t be ignored. Have you shopped from What were your experiences? Please drop a comment!


  1. I was duped!
    Upon receipt of product, it was found to be more like a child’s toy. Made of cheap plastic, and there was no mention of the rinky-dinky way to use. Run these flimsy little “filters”, which are really just cut up felt, under cold water. Or, if you want it really cool, put “filter” in freezer before use. I could have just put a bowl of ice in front of my fan. That is truly all that it is, only on a very cheap level. Very small, very cheap plastic, barely blows air.
    Now I am confronted with how to get my money back. There is a warranty. But, you are right…cannot reach anyone. What to do?

  2. It is truely a rip off. I didn’t even get the adapter plug. I guess I’m just going to have to take the loss, and be a lot more careful when purchasing on line. I did get the “piece of junk” 10 days after I ordered it, but it’s a total waste of money. Don’t buy one.

    1. Same here. No adapter plug. If this was priced at $20.00, it would still be overpriced. Save your money!

  3. This product does not work as advertised, it really is a cheap fan that blows thru filters. I was able to speak with someone at the 855-816-0108 but was told that there is a 30 day refund policy. Do not buy this product it is a complete rip off.

  4. Bobbi and Todd Hunter’s comments are right on target and I am having trouble getting my refund back. Please be advised that USPS is the only one that will ship to a PO Box address and they charged me $48.50 to return the 4 units I ordered. Also,be aware that they charge a 10% restocking fee on your refund . That is a pretty hefty price to try out something as worthless as these units !

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