Lightweight and compact
The cabinet is divided into a large freezer space and a smaller refrigerated space so that ice cream and frozen foods can be frozen while drinks and fruits are chilled.
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Eco throttle function
Easy Operation by touch panel
Easy operation by touch panel
Equipped with an LCD touch panel that is easy to see clearly even in bright outdoors, the refrigerator temperature is displayed in real time and can be adjusted in fine increments of 1°C to suit the food just by touching it.
|Capacity||34 Quart||44 Quart||55 Quart|
|Average Power Consumption||45W||50W||55W|
|Voltage||AC 100V~240V DC 12V/24V|
|Rated Current DC 12V/24V||3.3A/1.7A||3.6A/1.8A||3.9A/1.9A|
|N.W||27.6 pounds||29.8 pounds||32.2 pounds|
S32: 27.6 pounds
S42: 29.8 pounds
S52: 32.2 pounds
AC Power Cord
DC Power Cord
Yes, You can set any temperature between -4℉~50℉ (-20℃-10℃). But you need time to frozen.
Yes, Swtich it on then press "DOWN", "UP" and "SET" at the same time for 3 seconds, then press "SET" multiple times to switch to F4 mode, and then press "DOWN" to switch between Fahrenheit display and Celsius display.
Hi, "not adjustable" means that the temperature of the right zone (fridge zone) cannot be set. And the temperature of the right zone is mainly affected by the temperature of the left freezer zone (can set the temperature between -4℉-50℉).
The temperature of the small compartment (fridge zone) is not adjustable, and it is mainly affected by the setting temperature of the large compartment (freezer zone). Therefore, it will be a little higher than the freezer zone. If you want more cooling for the fridge zone, you can set a lower temperature for the freezer.
It is recommended to store some cooled drinks in the fridge zone, and the food kind is more suitable in the freezer zone.
I was transporting some frozen foods. I turned the fridge on the night before, set it to ZERO degrees. It got to zero within an hour. I placed my frozen items in then placed some refrigerated items on top of those. I did not include anything that might me ruined if it got a little frozen. the Right side is not truly actively' refrigerated. It gets cooler as the main area goes down in temp. If you'e using the main area as a fridge, I would not suggest you put anything very perishable in the right side. I was using the unit as a freezer, so the right side was acceptable temp for some hard cheeses, grapes and a couple cups of yogurt, as snacks to be eaten along the road.
This thing froze EVERYTHIG. It kept the already frozen stuff frozen and froze solid a pack of thick steaks and a 5lb pack of hamburger as we traveled.
There is no bluetooth to check it's operation or temperature from the front of the car. Know that when you have it set up and you plug it into your car's 12v outlet, and that outlet shuts down when you shut off your car, the fridge WILL turn off, too. BUT, it will turn itself back on to the deviously set temp, when your car starts and the outlets have power back to them. I could hear the little chime of the fridge turning on each time I stopped and restarted the car. I didn't bring my Jackery to keep it going in the night when I stopped, so I took it into the hotel with me and plugged it in there.
I used it again as a freezer on the way home. This time, when I stopped for the night, I left the fridge in the car, without power. The items that were frozen stayed frozen from 5pm-7am. No problem.
I'd say the fridge works fine, but it just works better at cooler temperatures. It's a bit heavy, but the handles were good for a two person lift/carry. The plug end where it attaches to the fridge itself is very tight and you have to push/wiggle a bit to get it to where it seems to be in place. I didn't like wigging, pushing on it to plug it in or pulling so much to release it, as the side of the unit seems to flex quite a bit when you do so and it seems that might weaken the whole thing over time and usage. I'd suggest they either get a better plug unit or reinforce that area where the plug receptacle is, on the side.of the unit. Both the A/C and 12v cords fit the same (tight) way, but appeared to work fine.
If you're using the large main unit as a fridge, I can understand why the representative told another reviewer to "add ice." If you use the main area as a fridge, that little right side cubby won't be much use for anything but storage for non-perishable foods OR add a small ice pack. In the item's description they are very clear where it says: "Left Zone Starts Cooling First, then the Right Zone Starts. After the left zone reaches the set temperature, the right zone begins to cool down."
I had 5lb of beef, a big bag of frozen chicken, coffee mate quart, 4 bottles water, cheeses, packs of bacon, sliced meats and a lot of other stuff. It can hold a lot of food. Just put more desirably frozen on bottom and stack to top with stuff you might not want quite as frozen. Set the cooler to 10 degrees to make a thermocline...frozen bottom, fridge toward the top. Will it hold all kinds and temps of food perfectly? Maybe not, but it is WAY more convenient that a cooler with ice: waterlogged, floating meat, etc.
I plan to use the unit when I go camping next spring. I look forward to only needing a small ice chest and this unit for all my refrigerated items.
I'm happy with it so far. I'll omit any photos, as there are plenty here that show the controls and the unit itself.
Product support was wonderful and accurate for my need to change temperature reading from Celsius to Fahrenheit. Thank you all.
Empty, the temperature dropped really FAST! Unit started cycling on & off in less than 2hours.
We loaded it full with cans, set temp for 35 degrees. 6hrs later...
Everything on the bottom layer got good & cold, but the cans near the lid were easily 10 degrees warmer... hmmm.
Reloaded with meat, but chunks, Eye-of-Round, 5 of them filled the big compartment of this 42 cubic inch unit.
Set the temp for -4, bottom meat was frozen solid in 12hrs, upper meat was *almost* frozen the next day. It's not like a REAL Freezer - but, will eventually freeze everything in 2-3 days on the lowest setting.
I'd take it camping, fishing, on a long road trip - it fits that use well.
- it is QUIET
- doubles as a freezer or fridge
- chest type only.
- big, strong handles, easy to carry and move around.
- light weight (empty) for a fridge/freezer with a real compressor.
- appears to have LOW power consumption, I would not expect this to strain my truck's alternator, or run my battery down in 6 hours.
- cooling is spread out across the whole compartment, unlike the Peltor type coolers that just cool on one end and depend on internal air flow to cool everything. Which is why we PACKED it full to test it, it passed.
- price is fair, I'd recommend it, much better deal than those very expensive coolers (we have 3 of those "Yxxx" brands, bought before they got famous and the price soared - this is not as rugged).
- NOT something I'd drag across the sand at the beach! I seriously doubt this would last long if exposed to salt water! But, I'd put it in the truck, or truck bed, and use those other coolers with ice for the fish & beer.