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    Eva kool 70l fridge freezer

    Hey guys looking at these for 1000 bucks fridge freezer are they allright or is it best to save up for a better fridge freezer .... Can't find many with separate lids and compartments any advice would be great thanks guys

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    DXGrunt has one and loves it mate, I'm sure he'll chime in soon...LOL
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    I have two of them
    They are a great fridge keeps beer Icy cold
    Don't use much power to run either
    I believe they have just bought out a new model which is grey instead of yellow

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    Eva -cool were originally Baileys up in QLD.
    I use a Bailey ice box and love it same insulation on the box part.
    I'll put it up against anything else thats out there
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    I've got a 60L evakool however its not one of their Australian made ones its a Chinese made one with a domus compressor and honestly it works fine. Draws about 3amp while running but doesn't run all that often so uses about 1.5 amps an hour with it set to 2 degrees
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    Hey.

    I've got the 95 lt. Bought it from this lot and love it. http://www.australiandirect.com.au/portable-fridges

    Looking at my receipts, I've had it for about 3.5 years now. Mine came with a 5yr warranty and a Danfoss compressor.

    When I'm camping overnight, it stays in the pod, when I set up the full camp, it goes into the annex. They are very heavy when full.

    The clips on mine broke once, but they were replaced under warranty. There is a service record for servicing after 24, 36, 48 and 60 months. Inspections, ect are at the owner's cost.

    Mine's powered by my 2nd battery, which is topped up by my 2 x 120w solar panels on the roof. I've been told that to solar power the 95lt, you need a 120w solar panel. Not sure on the truth of it.

    I'm not affiliated with the company I bought it from, just a very satisfied customer.

    Take care out there.

    Rossco

    Edit. I really need another fridge to store the bait and the day's catch. lol and I take the baskets out before I move the fridge when it's loaded.
    Because it's a big fridge/freezer, before I take it camping, I always plug into 240 power a day or two and let it do it's job, before I 'cut the shore power'.
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    Thanks heaps guys I think I will buy one and see how we go as soon as the mrs agrees

    Will let everyone no how it goes

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    Hey Dano, got myself one of those, only used it 3 times but I recon they are great mate
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