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Old 11-29-2008, 06:39 PM
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What do you Know about Cruise N Comfort USA Air conditioners?
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Old 11-29-2008, 11:57 PM
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Why not ask C N C themselves? They for one should be able to answer any questions you have.
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Old 11-30-2008, 07:33 AM
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I checked out your site.

Can you send specs on the units? Size, weight, etc. Also installation requirements/instructions.

Also hit the order page to check prices and it did not display.

Thanks.

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Old 12-03-2008, 06:18 PM
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I was actually looking for some insight from someone outside the company.

I am only aware the company has been offering A/C units in 2008. Can't seem to find any feed back on them yet.

The theory behind the units sounds good.
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We have a new website that you can download specs and check out authorized dealers etc. www.cruisencomfortusa.com. For pricing you can call one of the authorized dealers on the back page like www.teamshogrenmarine, www.coldmarineair.com and others, Cruise N Comfort will also have a booth at the Miami International Boat Show Booth # 1816 in the marine accessories area main hall. If you can't find the booth please call me @ 602-284-6999. As far as questions on the units, Mark Busier did not re-invent the marine air conditioner just figured out a way to move the freon in the unit using high quality dc compressors and did it with less amp draws. Chris Frye, VTS Distribution And Sales.
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Excursion-yes it is a 220v system. The boat was originally built for Israel. It had an Israeli wall socket (3pin) and even a Koran in the closet. Although I heard that just the circuit box may acually be 220v. I think I was told that the compressor and blower were acually 110v. I changed the water pump out for a 110v already.Boataholic- I think the Donzi has a bigger cabin also but now I know.Maybe I will expand my search to a 9-10k unit. I have to watch the watt consumption of the unit. I have a Honda EU2000i to run it.thanks Mike
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