Zero Breeze Marka II Battery-Powered Portable Air Conditioner

The Zero Breeze Marka II battery-powered portable air conditioner is designed to keep the space cool in the tent during your camping trip. Like the idea? Let’s keep checking.

Zero Breeze Marka II Battery-Powered Portable Air Conditioner

Zero Breeze Marka II is a versatile and easy-to-carry air conditioner that measures 20 x 10 x 11 inches and weighs 14.3 lbs. As we can see from the images, the AC shows off a sleek, streamlined design along with two optional colors, and the compact form factor and integrated handle allow you to easily move it from your car to the campsite. Meanwhile, the unibody design delivers a durable and solid construction.

Zero Breeze Marka II Battery-Powered Portable Air Conditioner

The portable air conditioner comes equipped with a patented ultra compact compressor that can reduce the ambient temperature by 30ºF/16.7°C. Furthermore, it features a dual hose system that generates 2x stronger cooling power with 2300 BTU and 40% higher cooling efficiency than before, so it’s able to reduce the outlet air temperature by 20°F/11°C in only 5 minutes.

Moreover, its enhanced duct system with built-in brushless DC motor ensures it generates powerful airflow with less energy and reduces the noise level to less than 40 dba in sleep mode. The battery-powered air conditioner also features a detachable 18650mAh battery that delivers 5 hours of long-lasting coolness, and using 2 USB-A ports and 1 USB-C port, it also serves as a portable power bank to charge your mobile devices. In addition, the built-in LED light provides ideal illumination for camping and other activities.

The team behind Zero Breeze Marka II is raising fund for the product on Indiegogo. We can pledge $789 to preorder the battery-powered portable air conditioner. It will be shipped in November 2019.

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