|Rated Current AC||1.1A-0.65A||1.1A-0.65A||1.1A-0.65A||1.1A-0.65A|
|Rated Current DC||7.5A/3.7A||7.5A/3.7A||7.5A/3.7A||7.5A/3.7A|
(no load in Max mode
running at 0F)
|Type||Single Zone||Single Zone||Dual Zone||Dual Zone|
|Function||Fridge or Freezer||Fridge or Freezer||Fridge and Freezer||Fridge and Freezer|
Can open the lid from each side and you don't need to change your position and worry about how to place your fridge.
Low Power Consumption
Average consumption is 60W, energy saving with high efficiency compressor, in the no-load state and Max mode, running at 0F, the power consumption of VL75ProD is about
A Dual DC inter power at opposing end for convenient use, USB outlet for charging your mobile device.
3 stage battery protection prevents dead car, anti-EMC system protects your car from interfering with the operation of add-on.
No need to disassemble, open the lid in 3 ways: front, back, or lift up the whole lid directly.
Easy to clean the refrigerator with drain hole.
2 USB Ports
2 USB sockets specially designed for mobile devices. (Only available under DC power supply)
I haven’t had a chance to use it yet but it seem week built. It got to temp very quickly on my battery generator. Can’t wait to take it camping.
I purchased this ICECO 75ProD to run constantly in my Transit. Tired of cleaning coolers, buying ice and draining water. Two of my 3 kids play club soccer in So Cal and we are always running around pretty much every day of the week. Cooler has been working flawlessly running off of my Bluetti AC200Max + B230 battery module. I have only used both sides as a cooler but am running very close to freezing for drinks at bottom of right compartment. So far family loves this thing!
This is my 2nd IceCo. First one was VL60ProS and was very impressed with it. Decided to get the VL75ProD for the dual zone. Just as happy with it. Uses more power but still has great performance. The price is a lot cheaper than some of the competitors.
Purchased this for emergencies. I live in an area where we see the occasional hurricane and power outages. Checked it out both AC and DC. Ran almost 48 hours off my particular solar battery. Kept the frig/freezer at 34/0 degrees. Hopefully, it will come through when needed.
Its been a tough month for this little fridge but it's doing great.
1. VL75ProD Portable Fridge *1
2. Manual Book *1
3. AC Power Cord *1
4. DC Power Cord *1
5. Extra gift:
Spare handle *1
Drain plug *1
Protective corner *4