The 38-quart space means you’ll have plenty of room for ice, drinks, and snacks. It utilizes the ice and cold water at the bottom of the cooler to create a cool breeze, which comes out of a tube on the top. The dry air reaches up to 35 degrees lower than the temperature outside. So if it’s 100 degrees, you’ll be chilling at a bearable 65. It has three fan-speed settings that reach up to 25 miles per hour.
The IcyBreeze cooler, which appeared on Shark Tank, comes in Polar Blue, Molten Red, Electric Green, Hot Pink, and Desert Tan colors. You have three power source options: 12-volt power supply (car adapter), 110 to 220-volt power supply (wall adapter), and smart charger and battery. There are three optional add-ons, including a 4-foot extension tube, IcyBlock, and 8-foot corded remote.
The version we linked here is the IcyBreeze Cooler Chill Package with the 12-volt power supply on Amazon for $289.99 with free shipping. Although it’s the most basic of the three, it has gotten rave reviews.
“It was 94 [degrees] this past weekend and I was a happy camper with our IcyBreeze keeping me cool,” one buyer wrote. “It really pumps out cold air!! It was easy to use and I would highly recommend to others who must endure the heat outdoors.”
The next time you have a dreaded outdoor activity where you’re bound to sweat, you’ll have a cold drink in your hand and chilled air coming your way.
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