Portable fridge ( Need your help)

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david111999

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Every One  , we have Portable fridge ( usd ACC compressor to cool , 50L have two part one is 10L freezer part and another is 40L fridge part, connect to the lighter plug of car ), will you buy this product ? price is about USD .400, how is the price ? i just want to have a research not to advertise ,

your reply will be highly appreciated/
 

John From Detroit

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I'd have to think about it, You gave the size in liters, which I have to sit and translate, Can you give inside dimentions (Either metric or English, that one I can easily translate) of both compartments.

I have a portable fridge-or-freezer (it does both depending on setup, one knob set up) which I love which is very much like what you describe but only one compartment,,, Holds, if memory serves 43 standard 12 oz cans of soda
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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This is a 12V powered, compressor-driven fridge?  You can only draw so much power from a 12V lighter-type receptacle, typically 10-15 amps, so that is a limiting factor for  a compressor. How far below ambient air temp can your unit cool with, say, a 10A power outlet? Numbers for both freezer and fridge portions, please.

And interior/exterior dimensions would be a big help in evaluating it.

$400 is a fairly attractive price if the operational specs are good.
 

Karl

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David,

Given those capacities, that would be equal to about .35 cubic feet for the freezer, and 1.4 cubic feet for the refrigerator. That would probably be sufficient for a week, and that's not a bad price either. What is the brand and model number?
 

John From Detroit

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Did a bit of research and I think this is the model I have sitting beside me

http://128.121.204.56/engel/Engel35main.htm

Note, this is a single compartment, not a dual compartment/temp unit, but it's very good, "Feel" when I move it is very solid, as though ti is well bulit, and I can sit on it's lid (I am 325 lbs)
 
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