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Old 27-10-2021, 23:22   #1
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Rigid's 12v aircon for v berth

Anyone used the rigid micro air con? hard to find user reviews.
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Re: Rigid's 12v aircon for v berth

35 cubic feet would be a smaller v-berth.
Where would you mount it?
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Re: Rigid's 12v aircon for v berth

There is 1 review on amazon by a sailor. She apparently likes it. Pretty small. If you find other reviews or buy one, please post them here. On the rare instances I'd want ac to sleep at night this might work well.
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Re: Rigid's 12v aircon for v berth

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Re: Rigid's 12v aircon for v berth

I'm surprised there aren't more reviews. So many of us have little cuddy v berths. Emily & Clark have devised a similar system but I think it's under development and not ready for prime time.
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