The2-volt portable MightyKool model K2 is the most popular 12-volt portable cooling system in the World. It is a cool gray self-contained low profile model holding enough water to cool all night, while using less energy than 2 tail light bulbs. Special features are the slider on the top for filling water or ice and the easy to read water gauge. Weights less than 5 pounds empty measuring only 7 7/8" high x 10 1/4" wide.
The optional Air Intake Housing Kit, (right) is designed for the K2 model. This Kit contains the attachment (Factory Installed) and a 7 foot by 4 inch hose designed to help provide Proper Ventilation. Proper Ventilation is vital to produce Maximum Cool Air when cooling with Water for Sleepers, Pets, Campers, Boats, and Farm & Construction Equipment.
The optional Flex Hose Kit (left) is used when it is difficult to have a MightyKool close enough where the cool air is needed or to cool in two different places at the same time. The two 7 Foot Flex Hoses are often used for Sleepers, Campers, Boats, Tents and normally vital in moving Vehicles or for Pets in Kennels or Cages. Fits the K2 & MK3 the best.
Click below for some cooling needs for:
[Vehicle - Boat - Camper - Sleeper - Pets - Tractor - Construction - Solar - Golf Cart]
The M400 (right) is a popular Self-Contained 12-Volt Air Conditioner is used for Surveillance & Pets, however the more Versatile MK3 & MK4 (left) is also popular for use for Surveillance & Pets, where it is important to keep windows closed on vehicles. "Ice Water" Models use upwards of 20 pounds of ice Per Hour.
Our "Ice Models" Do Not blow Air Across Ice, as that only increases Humidity like cooling with water. The MightyKool "Ice Models" will also cool like the WIN3 or MW1 when using Water only, without Ice.
Generally Speaking which of the Models would be the or your particular use? Normally the Models like the WIN3 that use Water only & no Ice, as they are simpler, less of an investment and not as inconvenient to get ready for cooling. However if you absolutely need 12-Volt Air Conditioning then choose an "Ice Water" Model.