VL35 Expandable Refrigerator Package Content:
( Do not include AC Adapter)
|35L Portable Fridge X1||VL35 Portable Fridge X 1||VL35 Portable Fridge X 1||VL35 Portable Fridge X 1|
|Basket X 1||7L Lid X1||10L Collar X 1||7L Lid X 1|
|DC power Cord X 1||Basket X 2||Basket X 2||10L Collar X 1|
|DC Power Cord X 1||DC Power Cord X 1||Basket X 2|
|DC Power Cord X 1|
Perfect fridge/freezer for our overlanding expedition. Outstanding company. Thinking of buying again on this company. Thank you!
So far I have tried to contact iceco twice by e- mail with no response. I ran my fridge on wall power for two days and it ran fine. I plugged it into my battery...it froze and shut off. An hour later it restarted and appears to be running fine. One major problem...the lcd has gone haywire and the only way to read the temp is from about 4” away and a very oblique angle. It would be nice if customer service even responded to my emails.
I spent a fair amount of time to become educated on 12v fridges to suit my overlanding/camping lifestyle. This one checks all the boxes on it’s ability to adjust to different sizes depending on how long I will be out & how many people it will be supporting. It came very well packaged & the shipping time was very reasonable.
I used it for the first time this last weekend and was thoroughly impressed by how efficient & quiet it is. My 100ah Lithium battery supported it with no problems for 36hrs with plenty of additional charge left. I couldn’t expect any better build quality & the adjustable baskets & the covered control panel are a wonderful touch.
Keep up the great work!
Very good and solid construction*. Please remember as you read the rest of my review that I absolutely LOVE this unit, and I am making it a big part of my backup for EQ prep..
Since the unit was de-boxed late last week, I have been running metrics. I set the units temperature to 39 degrees, expecting a value from 35 to 43 degrees during the operation cycle, given the documentation. Eh, nope.
The unit seems to run with the temperature gauge on the front giving a fairly unreliable job of accurately giving the current temp within the cooling vessel - on my unit at least, if it displays 39 degrees, the actual measured temperature at the bottom of the vessels is 44-45 degrees, so the observed temperature cycle is within the spec'd +/- 4 degree constraint, at 39-47 degrees. This is after a week of settling down, with a nearly full complement of soft drinks so as to ease the labor on the compressor, etc.
I am going to drop the set temperature tonight to 37 degrees and begin another round of tests. There may be an accuracy shift as you get closer to the initial base set point of 0 degrees Centigrade, 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Or not. I am interested to see, though.
Otherwise, this unit fits my needs pretty darn nicely, what with the room, the very low power draw, and he tie-downs, and all
*As I have an extremely bad back, it took me a couple weeks until I could get some friends to come and (safely) help me get the unit out of the box, where we discovered a significant crumple at the bottom front of the unit near the compressor. The thing hummed when we plugged it in, and didn't make the noises that compressor arrays do when they are damaged, so I decided to continue to see how the box performs.
My 35L ICECO arrived fast and was in good shape. Well packed. I am very satisfied with the product and I felt like I got a bargain because I got $50 off of the list price. Thanks.