It also houses a Bluetooth speaker, an LED flashlight, and a cellphone charging station with two USB ports. On battery power, it can run for up to five hours on the medium fan setting and takes around three to five hours to charge. It's a great solution for spaces like a garage or tent, though the people in the video who brought an air conditioner to the beach need help. It's either too hot to be at the beach or you're at the beach, of course it's hot out.
Air conditioners, generally speaking, aren't helping the situation with climate change, but Zero Breeze runs on rotary compression refrigeration technology and will use an "environmentally- and ozone-friendly" refrigerant from Dupont.