My $60 purchase I saw on TikTok saves hundreds on energy bills and people say it can put ‘electricians out of business’

A TIKTOKER shared an affordable DIY cooling solution.

Cooling systems are one of the main causes of high energy costs.

This fan screws into a light bulb socket for easy and quick cooling


This fan screws into a light bulb socket for easy and quick coolingPhoto credit: Tiktok/tiktokshopunboxings
The fan also has lighting and comes with a remote control


The fan also has lighting and comes with a remote controlPhoto credit: Tiktok/tiktokshopunboxings

During hot summer months, it can cost hundreds of dollars to keep a home cool throughout the day.

On TikTok, one savvy shopper shared a product that helps him keep his home cool for just $60.

The user (@tiktokshopunboxing) said in the video that his son’s room is always hot and stuffy, especially in July.

In TikTok Shop, the app’s newest feature, he found a socket fan that simply screws into the socket of a light bulb for easy, instant cooling.

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He said the energy-efficient fan was “shockingly powerful” and wouldn’t increase his electric bill.

It comes with a remote control to control the fan speed and light, as well as an extension cable for anyone who wants to use it in a recessed socket.

People in the comments were impressed with the purchase.

“This is causing more electricians to go out of business,” one person wrote.

Another added: “I have three lights in my bathroom. I took out the middle one and installed this fan. Best purchase ever!!!”

“I live in a rented apartment and I definitely like the idea of ​​taking it with me when I move,” a third person wrote.

The fan’s blades measure about 16 inches from tip to tip, and the LED light attached to it is about four inches wide.


According to U.S. Department of Energy reports, air conditioning uses 6 percent of all electricity produced in the U.S. and costs homeowners over $29 billion annually.

Make sure your home is properly insulated and sealed to keep temperatures consistent throughout the year.

Energy Star estimates that an airtight attic and additional insulation can reduce heating and cooling costs by 15 percent each year.

It is a simple task that can be completed without hiring a contractor.

If the floor joints are visible in the attic, more insulation is most likely required. There should be at least 5 cm of insulation on the floor.

You can also patch holes around the plumbing pipe in the attic with fiberglass and spray foam to prevent heat from escaping in the winter and flowing in during the summer.

There may also be gaps in the recessed light that can be covered with an insulating cap that is placed over the light and secured in place.

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In preparation for colder weather, a real estate agent shared his best energy-saving trick that will “cut your bill by hundreds.”

Plus, check out the $40 product that can save people hundreds of dollars on cooling costs.

Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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