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Calling 120 owners with a car fridge/freezer/cooler

Animal Mother Oct 12, 2017

  1. Animal Mother

    Animal Mother Well-Known Member I am in wales

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    I'll be buying a fridge soon and I'm curious as to what setups other 120 owners have when it comes to keeping food and drink cold in your vehicles.

    What setup do you have?
    What fridge (make, model, size)?
    Connections and cables?
    What battery/power provision do you use?
    Any pictures of your setup?
    Is your setup permanent?

    It will be interesting to see everyone's solutions in the 120.
     
  2. fbnss

    fbnss Well-Known Member Supporter I am in england

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    I think we'll all be interested to see @Trevor set up :)
     
  3. GeekOKent

    GeekOKent Well-Known Member Supporter I am in uk

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    I used the mobicool 35 in the back. A manual isolator switch between the front left and right and then just ran the fridge in the power socket in the back.

    This meant the front passenger side battery was always isolated when parked up so it wasn't going to drain dead on me.

    I didn't bother with a leisure battery just stayed with the 900 odd CCA in there.

    We've done some week long trips like that using the fridge as a fridge. We drove 3 odd hrs daily
     
  4. garygiles1963

    garygiles1963 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    HI

    I have the same, a Mobicool 35. It worked great on this trip.

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    This is my off grid battery solution.

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    The 2 batteries in the case plug into the side of the Yeti 400, to increase the power. The AC outlet did fail during my last trip. This setup can be charged from either 12v or mains supply.

    G
     
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