A portable air cooler with all the bells & whistles
IcyBreeze is the world’s first personal, portable air conditioner and cooler designed to keep you and your drinks cool anywhere life takes you. The two-in-one IcyBreeze utilizes cold water in the bottom of the tub to serve as a cooling agent. The IcyBreeze does not contain freon, nor does it produce exhaust heat, so it can be used indoors or outdoors. The IcyBreeze can dispense cold, dry air up to 35 degrees below the outside temperature; the three speed fan produces currents up to 25 mph, providing maximum cooling relief.
Where do you use it?
The IcyBreeze v2 is not intended to be a replacement for a traditional A/C unit, but instead is a portable, low power consumption unit that provides cooling similar to a single vent from a car air conditioner anywhere you go! The better question is where wouldn't you use it? The IcyBreeze is perfect for campers, boaters, recreational sports, family sports, pilots, surveillance professionals, and tailgaters. Discover more great uses for a personal portable air conditioner.
What makes IcyBreeze so great?
You can have a cold drink in your hand AND a cold breeze on your face wherever you go. Need we say more? Simply fill the IcyBreeze cooler with ice and a little water. Turn it on, and point the breeze in the direction of your choice.
You'll be blown away by these IcyBreeze features:
A generous 38 quarts of cooler space for drinks & ice
Three-speed, high-powered fan keeps you cool
Optional 12-Volt rechargeable battery lasts up to 6 hours on lowest fan speed
Directional flexi-hose blows the breeze exactly where you want it
Ergonomic handle and multiple lift points make transportation easy
Large wheels roll over a variety of terrains
Wide drain for emptying contents after use
Modern, sleek design (Not your grandpa's cooler!)
Durable, sturdy plastic construction
Thick, insulated sidewalls keep contents cold longer
*Power supplies provide continuous power in lieu of using optional battery power. Power supplies will not recharge a battery pack connected to the IcyBreeze.
- 3 Speed Fan Blows up to 25 MPH
- Integrated Vent and Stay Put Flexi-Hose
- Quick Detach Battery System Allows Easy Battery Charging
- Dual Lift Handles
- Integrated Pull Handle for Easy Maneuverability
- Large Wheels Roll Easily Over Any Surface
- Lid has Two Cup Holders & Integrated Stops
- Easy to use Drain
- Made in the USA
- Rugged Polyethylene Construction
- Holds 30lbs of Ice
- 38qt Interior Holds 49 Cans
- Interior Dimensions: L-18.5 W-11.25 H-11
- Exterior Dimensions: L-23.5 W-16.25 H-18.5
- Dry Weight: 16 lbs
- Amp Draw: 1.0a - Low, 1.3a - Medium, 2.3a - High
OPTIONAL BATTERY SPECS
- Rechargeable Battery
- Chemistry: Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)
- Nominal Voltage: 12V DC
- Charge Time: up to 5 Hours on Dead Battery
- 10AH Battery charge lasts up to 6 hours on low, 4 hours on medium, and 2.5 hours on high
- 6AH Battery charge lasts up to 4 hours on low, 2.5 hours on medium, and 1.5 hours on high
This cooler is amazing. We live in Florida wear it gets hot. With IcyBreeze we can take our pet out in the boat with us and not worry about them overheating. This is a must for any outdoor activity.
Replacement parts would be great in case something would break wouldn't have to buy a new one if it broke
I actually bought my Pro v2 to utilize as an air conditioner for my 2019 Polaris General Deluxe that I've enclosed the cab on. Living in Florida, on a working therapeutic horse farm (that has a river running through, and quite a bit of wooded trails on it), you need to be comfortable in ANY condition. Simply because you don't know what conditions you're going to be out in when you need to clear a trail, mend fences, or out maintaining the training arena and paddocks. In steps the Icy Breeze. The first day I got it, I quickly cut a pass through in my rear plexi, and tossed in 4 solid lunch box ice packs, and the 2.5 ounces of water to see if it could even make magic happen from the bare minimum...and damnit, it did. It wasn't like being inside my Jeep, but, for a thin black poly roof, with zero insulation, mid day in Florida...you could feel the difference. And once I saw/felt that, the smile that came across my face was pretty big. I had just (probably) created the first Polaris General, ever, to have an AC. We took our SxS out this past weekend to Hog Waller to give it a run while out on the trails. Needless to say, the rest of the crew I was with was a tad jealous, simply because they didn't think of it first for their RZR's, haha. (And if anyone reading this ever sees me and my General out at the Hog, don't be afraid to stop me and ask about my Icy Breeze, or ask if you can feel if there's a difference). The IcyBreeze is legit, bottom line. We didn't use it as a cooler, simply because where it sits in the SxS, is in the flip up bed, right above the engine. So, we only stuffed about 20-25lbs of ice in it, the necessary water, and two week long frozen gallon jugs of water, and maintained it over the next four days. Which was only adding another 20-25lbs of ice on the third morning before we headed out for more play time. So, to recap: 4 days, out in the Florida sun/elements, at a UTV mug bog/truck event, covered in mud/muddy water, and then rained on for a couple hours the last morning we were there, aaaaand it fired right up when I started my SxS, and turned on the Breeze. Everyone in my camp was blown away, including myself. Couldn't be happier, thanks IcyBreeze!!
I have been looking for a solution for driving my side by side when it is hot. This solved the problem and exceeded my expectations. I load it with a block and 2 bags of ice and a little water, plug it into the 12 volt accessory in the side by side, and I have hours of cold air as I explore the southwest where I live. Icy Breeze is brrrrriliant!
Does what is advertised. Cools great.
Great to have one on hand. Works great
Was very skeptical initially, but pleasantly surprised that the product worked well in the high humidity environment of central Florida. Only recommendation would be to introduce a model that is somewhat narrower and shorter that could fit in a golf cart basket. It works nicely on our lanai and I am looking forward to using it when we travel in our RV and sit outside around the fire pit on summer evenings.
I was looking for a way to cool down our sprinter van turned camper van. The dash A/C was not enough, but every other option was very expensive, plus they needed fabrication and installation. This just sits right there, plugs in, and that’s it! On low, the air coming out was about 50 degrees, which feels great in this central Texas heat!
The IcyBreeze performed better than expected. My friends are jealous.