IcyBreeze Introduces Eco-Friendly Air Conditioning Coolers

Just in time for warm weather, IcyBreeze launches a premium ice cooler that doubles as an eco-friendly, portable air conditioner.

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Bixby, OK (PRWEB) April 09, 2014

Utilizing the outside air and ice water in the cooler, IcyBreeze enables people to cool themselves with dehumidified ice-cold air outdoors or indoors.

“We are able to provide all the benefits of a cooler plus true air conditioning, in a compact and portable unit that has no Freon or chemicals and gives off no harmful exhaust,” says Andrew Jenkins, IcyBreeze CEO and President. With ice and a little bit of water this 38-quart cooler can blast cold air from the inside out. Many people are surprised at how well IcyBreeze cools, pumping out a 25-mph breeze at temperatures 35 degrees cooler than the outside air temperature.

It all started with a simple idea - why not keep people cool anyplace they take a cooler? Product inventor and IcyBreeze co-owner Clint Donaldson says, “I was suffering through a baseball game under the hot Oklahoma sun with a cooler full of cold drinks when (the idea) hit me.” After several rounds of product testing, the IcyBreeze is now available for sale and is the first truly portable air conditioner/cooler that meets their exacting standards.

The air conditioner is powered by an internal rechargeable 12V battery to keep the cold air running up to 7 hours on the low setting with a single charge. The battery enables the cooler to be used in any remote location like a family picnic, sporting event, on the boat, or even the cockpit of a small engine airplane. The unit comes with an automobile power adapter and a wall adapter for continuous use.

Choose from one of three colors with three different packages at IcyBreeze.com or for more information e-mail info(at)icybreeze(dot)com.


Contact

  • Paul Arnold
    ICYBREEZE
    1-855-216-6300
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