IcyBreeze v2 Portable Air Conditioner
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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. Not needing A/C this time? Turning off the fan doesn’t change it back into any old ice chest; when not running the air conditioning, The Icybreeze can keep your ice solid for up to 7 days, so no more mid-afternoon ice runs for all day events!
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
- Ice Lasts up to 7 Days at Temps up to 90° When Not Using Air Conditioning
- 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
Does what it says!
Posted by Greg on 30th Jul 2020
We used our icy breeze to keep the temp & humidity down in our 8 person cabin-style tent on a 3 day camping trip. I used plastic jugs filled with water & then frozen as the main cooling element, with ice added to the voids, and it worked like a charm. It was big enough for 4 solid ice jugs (I used the plastic jars that Marro-bones come in, because I have a bunch) and I brought 12 with us, I used them in the food & beverage coolers and each set of 4 lasted a whole night. I have the 120V power supply, so I can't speak to battery use, but on the low setting it cooled our tent nicely and allowed us to sleep very comfortably. Very happy with the performance, although, if it was a little bigger I could fit another solid jug of ice in there...
Posted by Stephen Hardman on 27th Jul 2020
This is the greatest thing ever invented by humans. They say lightbulbs, guns, and computers changed history the most in the past thousand years. I disagree strongly. None of those things blow cold air on your face when it's crazy hot outside. Hang out in Georgia during the summer and see if you want a lightbulb, computer, gun...or an Icybreeze.
Great Unit For Golf
Posted by Robert Klotz on 18th Jun 2020
I have used the IcyBreeze 4 times golfing. It does exactly what it says it will do. Half full of ice easily lasts 4 hours. I use the 4' extension tube and blow the cool air under my shirt at the waist. It keeps my shirt dry and keeps me from over heating in SW Florida. My only suggestion would be to have a smaller version that easily fits into a golf cart.
I Agree. Awesome!
Posted by Sherri Carpenter on 25th Apr 2020
I was looking for a way to cool a tent down during the summer months that was portable and would last consistently for 6-8 hours during the around noon to 6pm time of day. Something simple, built well, that didn't need a lot of expensive accessories. I had considered a small generator and air conditioner but decided against it bc of the noise and gas fumes. I also considered the zerobreeze but I didn't like the battery charging unit or price of everything. I came across the Icybreeze and it was love at first sight. It's perfect for what I want to use it for. It's well made, durable, and simple to use. Just add 2 or 3 bags of ice and a half gallon of water and your good to go. I also really like the battery that I bought bc it's small and lasts a long time and it only takes a couple of hours to completely charge up. No need to charge all night long. Icybreeze sent me the $35 charger for free which was very nice and I appreciate it. This is a well made product I would recomend to anyone. The only things you really need to do is buy ice, get water and charge the rechargable battery for 4 or 5 hours.
Posted by Marilyn Haby on 3rd Feb 2020
We saw this at our rodeo this last week and just had to buy one for many different reason. They shipped it to us and it is already on it's way. We will use this when working cattle in the pens, sitting on porch when it's over 100 degrees etc... So many ways to use this item. I got the red one!
Posted by Jim (in Houston) on 24th Oct 2019
Need cool comfort in a high humidity environment? Swamp coolers just not getting it done along the Gulf Coast of Texas? IcyBreeze is the answer. Skip the swamp. Ice the breeze. (It keeps our "beverages of choice" cold, too.)