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How many times do you remember being miserably hot on a camping trip?
I don’t have enough fingers to count how many times the heat inside of a tent or an RV has kept me from being comfortable. Like sticky, “world coming to an end” uncomfortable..
Even if you have an RV equipped with an AC, most campgrounds (without hookups) don’t allow noisy generators past “quiet time”. The only option is to fight through a sweaty, sticky night of sleep. Until now…
Introducing the Zero Breeze
Zero Breeze is the first portable, battery powered air conditioner made for camping — or any situation where you need to cool down. It even has a built-in light and USB ports for charging phones or other devices.
Currently, there are 2 models to choose from, the Standard and the Plus. The Standard Zero Breeze plugs into an outlet or connects to a traditional car battery via a special cable. The Zero Breeze Plus comes with an interchangeable battery base. This allows for true portability and provides up to 5 hours of run time. Even with the battery, the entire unit weighs in at just 12lbs.
Zero Breeze Standard: Currently $649 – View Website
Zero Breeze Plus: Currently $899 – View Website
The prices are well within reason for the only portable/battery operated air conditioning unit on the market. It may still be considered a luxury item for some people, but the Zero Breeze is a must-have for those who don’t tolerate heat well. It could make the difference between a miserable night in camp and a glorious night’s sleep.