Mini portable air conditioner by Foshan Zhenyun Refrigeration Technology Co., Ltd. They stress its simplicity and user-friendliness, weighing only 5 kg and claiming it to be the smallest and lightest globally. The device boasts a cooling capacity of 1,800 BTU for the standard model and 1,390 BTU for the larger variant, offering a notable cooling punch.
Power options are explained, with the ability to connect it to a portable power station for outdoor activities. Runtime is estimated at around six hours on full power, varying with the chosen setting. Customization options include branding and a variety of colors.
Pricing transparency is emphasized, with the standard model priced at approximately $210 USD for wholesale orders of 300 units, and the larger model at around $250 USD. Both models offer DC and AC power options for versatility.
The interviewee proposes a standby mode for more power-efficient operation, potentially extending the device’s runtime. They suggest the possibility of solar power integration, potentially extending runtime to 10 hours for eco-conscious users.
The concept of combining multiple units for outdoor energy-saving activities is presented. The product is positioned as unique in the market, backed by six patents.
Handling condensation is addressed, with a tank collecting water that can be channeled via a pipe or collected in a cup. However, using it for drinking or cooking is discouraged without proper testing.
The product is distinguished from other alternatives by its genuine air conditioning capabilities, complete with a compressor and refrigerant designed to last a lifetime. The discussion concludes by acknowledging the potential for heating features in the future but emphasizing their core expertise in air conditioning.
In summary, this YouTube video provides a comprehensive overview of the Factory mini portable air conditioner, highlighting its simplicity, cooling power, versatility, and sustainability while leaving room for future enhancements.
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair using my Panasonic G9 (I would like to update to the G9ii) with 12-60mm Leica https://amzn.to/3ZXlPDQ and the Saramonic Blink500 ProX B2R https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7xXqJFxvYvi1DeQspd43hydxLddBjU8Z