❄ NEW DESIGN - JP42 iCooler easy to storage and carry gadgets with cup holders. Square for bottles caps, opener, round for juices, bottles, etc;
❄ 3 in 1 iCooler - Electric Cooler; Use as a portable freezer, fridge. No ICE Needed! Use as a cooler, don't worry about the power source when you on the move. No Power, no problems! Get 1 iCooler can resolve all the needs of using application.
❄ HIGH QUALITY - Powered by Secop compressor, keep cooling from 0℉ to 50℉, (-18℃~+10℃), 5 year warranty on compressor.
❄ RELIABLE FRIDGE - Rotomolded Construction, make the refrigerator indestructible. The thickened insulation can keep you ice ice-y for a long time. EMC certification；3-stage battery protection automatically shuts the product off to prevent a dead car starter battery and improves car battery performance.
❄ MULTI-USE - Includes 12V DC power cord and AC adapter, suitable for your Vehicle and Home.
I’ve only used this on one trip so far, but this cooler rocks, and sips power.
The only feedback I would give, is the the black rubber handles sometimes fall down when the lid is open, making me have to fiddle with it and lift them back up when closing. Although, not a big deal.
Went camping in Colorado for a week and didn’t need to get ice once. Love it.
I bought this for my overland truck build. We are currently on a 9 day vacation in the Smokies and decided to bring it along. Once you figure out how you want to pack and use the iCooler it’s been perfect!! System works as needed…freezes/cools without issue. This is our 1st portable frig/freezer/cooler combo and it’s kept our water cold all day!! Sandwiches and perishables are the perfect temp. I can freeze water bottles or keep them at refrigerated temps as needed. Overall very satisfied with our first purchase with IceCo!
Great Product, Totally lives up to its claims
Empty - this thing is 'sorta heavy', my 12 year old can lug it around empty with no issues. He's turned the corner and will be handling it full this summer - gotta love part of their growing up! I've had travel refrigerators before but never one that had a real compressor - this cat can chill!
It arrived midway after Kickstarter shipments began so I put it in storage. First summer was COVID-19, no beach travel, Low-key usage. This year we are vaccinated and out in public! This fridge rocks! People ask how it stays so cold and how heavy it is but they don't realize how it is light years beyond the old Coleman Peltier cooled travel fridge/heater I used previously. But that is comparing apples to oranges - the Coleman was less than HK$750 and my kickstarter price was about 4x! So yes, with battery, voltage regulator, thermostats, and compressor - this cooler Fridge/Freezer is truly light years beyond the solid state cooling technology.
I see the new models are out, I like this durable blue cooler but the bigger coolers of the VL series are in a league of their own. One day I'll go bigger, but this is fine for now.
Great Kickstarter campaign, I'm glad I own this little blue baby. Thanks-
Oh - the only issue is one of the cooler is having to use a standard plug transformer to cigarette lighter to the cigarette lighter to cooler connections. Just make every power cord somewhat universal in the future so the power brick can EITHER power a cigarette lighter connector (???why) or the actual cooler (Makes more sense). The 120/240 volt cord can be a standard computer style connector - but the power block needs to hook directly to the cooler - not a 12 v automotive cord.
That is nothing to complain about - this little cooler is awesome and if the power block issue really annoyed me I'd have already re-built the power block to my specifications. A little 3-D printing, a new 12v power line (8 feet probably, 12 at the most but DC drops power per inch....) and the mating 120 volt power sockets & cords. I could even print the housing in blue to get close to my ICECO cooler!
Now I have a plan - but this cooler really does do the job, no issues with function or utility - only with certainty of power connections - I have found it running on battery when I thought it was plugged into the house circuit due to a bump of the cigarette lighter.