Zero Breeze Mark 2 Portable Air Conditioner

I always wanted to have a portable air conditioner that doesn’t suck. Because most of the portable ACs are either water-cooled (like Evapolar) or a mere fan. But after I came across Zero Breeze Mark 2, I am pretty much convinced that it is the best and most aesthetic portable air cooler you can ever find. Being funded on Indiegogo, this portable AC received a fantastic response from the backer community.

Zero Breeze Mark 2 Portable Air Conditioner

Talking about the specs, the air conditioner has a max cooling effect of 30º Fahrenheit or 17º Celcius which is amazing. Though it is rare to go beyond 70º F, it is always good to have an option. Zero Breeze 2 starts cooling in just about 10 minutes after starting. Since it is battery powered, you can literally carry it anywhere, even to a remote hill for camping. I live in Arizona and I think a gadget like this will be so good to have when you go for outdoor activities. Also, Mark 2 features a dehumidifier which is helpful when it is humid outside.

Zero Breeze Mark 2 also has a battery backup of about 5 hours which is not bad at all. But if you want to use it while you are sleeping at night, you may have to plug it to a power socket or use a portable power station. Though the manufacturer claims minimal noise, some online reviews disagree. But personally, it is the least concern for me.

 

No electricity for charging? No worries, mark 2 easily works with a portable power station like EB150

Unlike many water cooled ACs, Mark 2 does not use water at all. It extracts the colder air from the outside environment while eliminating the hotter air from indoors. You are required to use a pipe for this purpose. Though Mark 2 is priced heavily, it is very convenient to have a portable AC if you are a frequent outdoor enthusiast.

FEATURES

  • Up to 30ºF/16.7°C Cooling
  • Battery Powered & Portable
  • 5 Hour Running Time
  • Takes 10 Minutes to start Cooling

Editor's Review
4.6 / 5 Ratings
Coolness4.8
Usefulness4.8
Price4.1

Editor's QuoteThis portable air conditioner seems so convenient to carry
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