Zero Breeze

The world's first portable, multifunctional air conditioner

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Jonathan Moyal@jonathanmoyal · Founder, Dowza
the technology is awesome, but the environmentalist in me wonders: do we really need A/C at the beach?
RamHunter@ramkumarhq · Startups Lover, Business Consultant
@jonathanmoyal -- I thought the same when i saw their ad video...I would have shot the Ad video in a hot place..not at a beach. I loved the product for its portability and other added features, it looks like a great product for the campers.
Brian Roach@anodigital · DJ / Producer @itsBREX
Jonathan Moyal@jonathanmoyal · Founder, Dowza
@anodigital not really though
Melanie Amini@themelamini · Founder Discovering Coffee & GossipMedia
@jonathanmoyal Yes! Where i live, the beach is tooo hot to handle!
Pietz Prove@gopietz · Media Computer Science Student
this is the most ridiculous thing ive seen in quite a while. i dont even know where to begin. first, lets all take a deep breath and remove all the marketing non-sense from that video: the music that reminds us of vacation, the pretty people on the beach, the cute kid having a great time with his family and especially the dude that thinks 14 pounds is "super light". got it? good. ive to contain myself not writing this in caps, but: an AC outside? like, really? because there is no other way to refresh yourself while being at the beach? or while sitting on a freakin boat? im pretty sure this device cant be used over distances further than a foot or 2, because even if you feel the airflow traveling even further, it will already be replaced by the warm air outside. lets assume this is a great idea. did somebody think about the ergonomics? there is no flexibility to adjusting the direction of the airflow. you essentially have to position a 14 pound block of plastic to precisely blow into the direction you desire. why do you think most fans come with an adjustable head? the only valid use case is inside a tent. but, honestly if you go camping and have the desire for an AC to be around, please dont go camping. all i see in this product is a global warming accelerator with build in LEDs and phone charging.
Ronnie Dubbaneh@rdubbaneh · Product Manager
@gopietz the price is the only thing this could have had going for it, but at $350, I don't see it lasting
Tom Charde@tomcharde · Brand + UX + Web Strategist
@gopietz Come spend a week in Florida. It won't seem so ridiculous then.
Joshua Dance@joshdance · Engineer, Product Manager, athlete
If there was a solar charger I would think about using this. Otherwise just seems like global warming... er cooling. :)
Levi Bostian@levibostian · I build mobile apps for startups.
Makes me feel really happy to go to this page, immediately have environmental concerns, then see in the top comments others already expressing the same concern. 😄
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
This is handy (no pun intended). Luxurious summer camping gear. I wonder how long a single charge lasts though.
RamHunter@ramkumarhq · Startups Lover, Business Consultant
@rrhoover -- From their Kickstarter page, Zero-Breeze's power bank has a 64 cell battery which could operate for 5 hours in "medium" mode and 3.5 hours in "High" mode. Yeah, this looks cool (no pun intended) and if you are a camper, this is a must have.