12v camping fridge

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  1. haddy

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    Hi all, i'm looking for a 12v-mains 35-40L camping fridge to put in the van can anyone recommend a good make or model cheers Andy
     
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    First a question - do you want it to have it just cool to X degrees below ambient temperature, or do you want it to go down to say 4 or 5 degrees all the time.
     
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    And is it a fridge or a cool box you want?
     
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    12v-mains cooler box .... about 16c below ambient temp cheers
     
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    Coleman make some, Aldi had one too last year. My only quibble is they can be noisy as the fan tends to run all the time and unless you get a really high spec one they aren't brilliant in hot weather, but they are very reasonably priced compared to the alternatives. Have a look in places like Go Outdoors.
     
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    Waeko,,,,BUSBY.
     
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    • TROPICOOL SERIES
      Versatility, performance and perfect equipment – the hallmarks of the WAECO TropiCool series. For example, the coolers (except the TC 07) feature an intelligent power-save circuit and the individually adjustable temperature is shown on an LED display. If desired, the convenient units can also take care of keeping food warm: activating the heating function supplies temperatures of up to +65 °C.
      Bought one last year at the NEC show, had a great deal and delivered FOC really useful
     
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    There's a Waeco CK40D for sale on motorhome adventures Facebook page £50.
     
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