Icybreeze Portable Air Conditioning Cooler

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Gear

Would you keep your girlfriend around if she was a one trick pony? Probably not. The same principle should hold true for your cooler. The IcyBreeze earns its keep by keeping your stuff cold, then, also like a good girlfriend, it blows you… with chilly air.

The secret is built into the IcyBreeze’s hinged lid; that’s where there’s a radiator that inhales the cold water on the bottom of the cooler (you do need to add water), then gets all Mr. Freeze on it by pumping it through the system via a three-speed fan. The makers of Icybreeze say the result is cold air that’s guaranteed to be up to 35 degrees colder than the air outside. And if you take it easy and keep Icybreeze on its lowest fan setting, the rechargeable battery is said to be good for seven hours. It arrives next month, and you can pre-order now for $279. [Purchase]

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