Capable of bringing down the temperature to 44.6-degrees Fahrenheit in a 50 square foot space, the Zero Breeze portable air conditioner is one of the most versatile devices hitting the market this Spring (2017). Equipped with a high-quality Bluetooth speaker, a LED night light, and a powerful smart charger station, the Zero Breeze is more than just a smart AC.
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Available in both Cool Orange and Frost Blue, the Zero Breeze is ideal for cooling small spaces whether it’s an RV or a home office. Using state-of-the-art rotary compression refrigeration that is both environmentally and ozone-friendly, the Zero Breeze is not the stereotypical portable cooling device. Instead of relying on internal fan system that simply freezes water, the Zero Breeze AC has a built-in Dupont R-134 a refrigerant with a cooling capacity of 1100 BTU/hour.
Backed by a one-year manufacturer’s warranty, the Zero Breeze is designed for durability whether it’s being used to cool the family during a summer BBQ or simply making the mid-August lake trip a bit more bearable. For indoor use, just plug in the unit, attach the included hose, and extend the other end outside.
For the great outdoors, Zero Breeze comes with a battery pack that lasts close to 5 hours on medium power (3.5 hrs on high). The Power Bank consists of 64 cells of 18650’s (the same one’s Tesla’s uses) – making the Zero Breeze a fully functioning portable AC that can go pretty much anywhere. If there was any concern around mobility, this 12 volt/40 AH battery lasts for an entire beach day, tailgate party, afternoon picnic, etc. If you’re indoors, simply plug the Zero Breeze into a wall outlet for perpetual use.
With the option of three fan speeds and cooling settings (Cool Airflow, Instant Breeze, Regular Fan Airflow), you can adjust the temperature accordingly. Like previously mentioned, the Zero Breeze has the ability to reducing the temperature down to approximately 44-degrees. Armed with two USB charging ports, users can not only charge their phone while cooling off but access their playlist and blast music through Zero Breeze’s Bluetooth speakers. Can you imagine during a 95-degree summer day, everyone sitting around a campsite sweating profusely, and suddenly you unveil a portable Air Conditioner blowing out cool air as it blares music out of its Bluetooth speakers. Talk about instant hero status.
As the sun begins to go down and the temperatures begin to fall, simply turn off the AC and turn on the 250lm LED light. The long-lasting LED is good for up to 30,000 hours and is the perfect compliment for lake trips, picnics, camping trips, tailgates, garage parties, BBQ’s, etc. It makes the transition from portable AC to illuminated device a seamless one.
With well over $500,000 in backing from its Kickstarter campaign and the first round of Zero Breeze AC’s already delivered (March 2017), I have a feeling I’ll be sitting in front of one of these portable Air Conditioners before summer’s end.