(QWTF!) A must before heading to Costa Rica (or any other warm climate) when you think you can’t handle being outdoors, without leaving our comfy temperature controls inside, is an outdoor A/C.
The Zero Breeze is a cordless personal air conditioner makes staying cool outside a literal breeze.
Currently in its funding stage on Kickstarter, the Zero Breeze pumps out a cold stream of air without using cords or plugs, thanks to a rechargeable battery pack. Its creators say it can cool a large room down to 44 degrees Fahrenheit, and it also comes with a Bluetooth speaker, night light capabilities and cellphone charging ports.
Because who wouldn’t want cordless air conditioning at the beach?
Other smaller, box-shaped gadgets on the market also promise portable air cooling, but Zero Breeze claims its rotary compression technology packs a bigger punch.
But all that power comes at a price: You can pre-order now on Kickstarter for a discounted $349, or wait until the product launches in 2017 and buy it for the full retail price of $499.
Or you can cool down the cheap way, taking your chances with a natural breeze.
Quick, can you see the potential uses for this? I can, great for my open air (no top or windows) Land Cruiser. Use the comment section below for your comments or post to our official Facebook page.