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Breeze Blast is a portable air cooler that's not much bigger than a standard water bottle. It's been designed to deliver continuous cold air for up to 40 minutes at a time, with just a press of the power button, regardless of whether you use it indoors or out. This device is so compact that users may be able to carry it around in one hand or in a large pocket. If you choose to obtain one, you'll have three color choices.
The cost of Breeze Blast is $39.99 plus $6.99 shipping, for a total price of $46.98.
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Once you turn your air cooler on by using the power button at the back, the turbine fan within it will draw in hot air through the two vents at the back of the device. This will create a vortex within the cooler, causing the air to swirl around the three interlocking ice packs inside, which will cool the air by up to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Following that, the air will swirl back out through the blower nozzle on the front of the device, in order to provide you with a blast of coolness. Unless you turn the air cooler off, or its battery power runs out, it'll continue to blast you with cool air for up to 40 minutes.
For your air cooler to work properly, you'll need to add the three included interlocking ice packs before you turn it on. These also must be frozen, or they won't be able to help cool any air that passes through the device. To add them, twist the device open to separate the top half from the bottom and make sure the ice packs are hooked together in a stack that's taller than it is wide. Then you'll be able to simply slide them into the base of your device and put the top back on.
Next, find the power button at the back of your device and then push it in order to power your Breeze Blast up. After you do that, it should begin blasting you with cooler air within seconds.
Once your device is on and working, you can either place it on a flat surface of your choice or carry it in one hand by its body or by holding its handle. If you're in the car and have a cup holder available, or if you're sitting on a piece of furniture with a cup holder, it'll likely fit in that for temporary storage purposes, too.
When you're done using your Breeze Blast, you'll be able to turn it off with the power button or let it run its course. If you let it keep working, it'll likely stop providing cool air after about 40 minutes, due to the ice packs inside losing their original coolness.
If you decide to acquire a Breeze Blast air cooler, you'll be able to get one in light blue, white, or gray. All of these devices are solid-colored, as opposed to being transparent, so you won't have to see the inner workings of each one while you use it. If you decide to get more than one of these air coolers for your household, you may want to get one or two in each color for variety's sake. That way, each person may also be able to have their own without getting it mixed up with someone else's.
Each of these air coolers has a double-walled chamber that will help keep the ice packs inside it frozen for as long as possible. If your device has taken in some air but has been turned off shortly afterward, its inner chamber will be able to store newly cooled air for up to a day (until it's needed again).
The Breeze Blast is a battery-operated device, not an electrical one, so you won't need to worry about carting around an electrical cord and finding an outlet whenever you want to use it. In the event that the battery burns out, you can recharge it with the included USB cable and any device with a USB port. If you'd like to run your air cooler at home, but don't want to waste battery power, plugging it directly into your computer with the USB cable is also an option.
Most users should be able to carry a device like this by wrapping one hand around its body. However, if you feel like your grip's not secure enough, you can also use the attached handle at the top to carry it. This may come in handy if you've got small hands, or your hands are wet or slippery for some reason.
Once the three ice packs included with your Breeze Blast have melted for the first time, you won't need to toss them in the trash. Instead, you'll be able to refreeze them as many times as you'd like. As long as a hole doesn't form in any one of them, they should continue to work as effectively as they did in the beginning. Furthermore, they're fairly small, so they won't take up a whole lot of space in even a small freezer.
If you really want to use your Breeze Blast to cool yourself, but your ice packs aren't done refreezing yet, you'll be able to use ice cubes as a substitute. All you'll need to do is fill the base of your device with about two cups of ice, put the top on and turn it on as usual. The ice may not stay frozen as long as the ice packs normally do, but you'll be able to get some cooling relief from the cubes.
You might want an air-cooling device that will be able to cool your bedroom all night as you sleep, but the Breeze Blast won't quite meet that need. With one set of ice packs or a couple of cups of ice, you can expect to get only a maximum of 40 minutes of cooling from it. If you want to use it for longer, you'll need to get up and refill it periodically.
In order to recharge your Breeze Blast, you'll need to have access to a computer, a laptop or another digital device with a USB port that you can plug the air cooler's charging cable into. Recharging the air cooler's battery the old-fashioned way isn't an option, and neither is installing a new battery, so if you have no access to a USB port, you'll be out of luck.
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