IcyBreeze is more than a beverage cooler. It’s also a portable air conditioning unit. On a hot summer day, IcyBreeze can provide relief in more ways than one. It can be used as a traditional cooler to preserve drinks and food. Or bring a blast of cold, free-flowing air to combat the heat. All you need is ice and a little water to utilize this on-the-go air conditioner.

So where does the cold air come from? It’s pretty simple. Once the IcyBreeze cooler is filled with ice and beverages, add 2 quarts of water to the unit. That cold water then circulates through the radiator. That’s where the cooler air is manufactured. It does this without the use of Freon, a cooling agent typically found in air conditioners for your home and car. For it to work, all you need is a fully charged battery or access to at least 110 volts of electricity.

IcyBreeze’s secret is its hidden ventilation system. It allows air to be drawn up and pushed out into whatever direction you choose. The unit comes with a built-in battery that you can charge for optimum power. There are three fan settings to choose from. Each one pulls air in and pushes it through the heat exchanger. Depending on the battery’s power, the IcyBreeze can blow air up to 25 miles per hour with temperatures dropping 30 degrees below the current climate. You can use the vent or custom flexi-hose to direct air flow.

A variety of accessories are compatible with the IcyBreeze. A 4-inch extension is available for the flexi-hose, as well as extra battery packs, and an 8-foot corded remote. The IcyBreeze cooler and air conditioner is great for outdoor events such as tailgating, camping, or boating. Get all the comforts of home in a compact unit.

 

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