If you use your touring caravan or motorhome during the summer, or if you travel to Europe you're bound to have dreamt of having an air conditioning unit in your home from home.
But let's face it roof mounted a/c units can cost £1,600 to £2,200 with fitting, weigh a considerable amount and there's a good chance that you will lose your investment when you sell or trade in your van.
Well you'll jump at the chance of having this unit because there are no installation costs - it is completely portable and hangs on your van window. It is easy to install and easy to use.
This is a proper refrigerant split pack unit with external condenser unit and internal fan unit that provides user controls. It’s not a water-cooled or a thermoelectric cooler.
The unit is suitable for electrical connections often found on site in Europe where they are often restricted to 3, 4 or 6 Amps. The unit only uses 350 watts – that's 1.52 amps and will not trip low wattage hook-ups!
A portable a/c unit can be moved to balance the load in your tourer caravan making it easier to get the maximum nose weight.
A portable a/c unit can be left at home (if it's not going to be needed) thereby reducing your towing weight or improving fuel efficiency on motorhomes.
A portable a/c unit can be used elsewhere while you are not using your van. Just think of a surface where it can sit or a window it could hang on meaning it is possible to use the air conditioning unit in boats, cabin cruisers, static caravans and even tents.
Be sure to buy one quickly as these sell out every single year!
Next day courier delivery is available from £5.99 for most of the UK but we can also ship to European destinations - contact us for a price.
July 2013 - Wow! What great customers we have! We recently wrote to all our customers and asked if they could send us pictures of the Cool My Camper air conditioning unit on their vans. In return for sending three images we'll send them a battery operated vanity mirror for their bathroom. We've got some great images already and we'll be posting them on the website soon.
June 2013 - Great news! Cool My Camper employees have passed their City & Guids qualification and are licenced to work with fluorinated gases (F-gases) and ozone-depleting substances (ODS) in air-conditioning equipment. They took their 2079 F Gas training with Tony Muxlow.
May 2013 - Many customers who are considering purchasing a Cool My Camper unit have lots of questions. So we have created a frequently asked questions page that gives a long list of questions and our answers. You can find it here.