79.2QT VL75ProD 12V Robust Freezer With PB1000 Power Station | Ships out in late July

Dual Zone Metal Shell Multi-directional Lid
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VL75PROD-OLIVE WITH PB1000
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VL75ProD Dual Zone 12V Refrigerator For Car, Home, Outdoor Use

Flexible side-Opening Lid: Versatile lid can easy to open the 12v refrigerator door from each side without removing the lid, more convenient. 

AC&DC Plug, USB charge: A Dual DC power at opposing ends for convenient use, directly plug in 110/240V AC power source. USB outlet for charging mobile devices (12v fridge must be connected to DC Power Source). 

Secop Compressor: Top tier cooling technology, cooling range from 0°F~50°F, to meet the needs of food cold storage, freezer. 5 year warranty on Secop compressor and 1 year for other parts.

Rugged Construction: Hardened durable steel case, removable internal basket system with provision for tall items/bottle. 

Human Design: Weatherproof control panel, easy to clean the 12v refrigerator box with drain hole. Use as a 12v fridge and 12v freezer at the same time to store your foods, or shut down one of the zone can be used as a single zone fridge or freezer. 

PB1000 Portable Power Station: 1.6Hrs Fast Fully Recharging With AC Input;1057Wh Capacity And 1200Watts Output Power;LiFeP04 High-quality Battery.


Specifications

Product Features

Powered by Secop

VL75Pro Dual Zone

※ Capacity: 75L/79.2QT

3 Battery Protection Level

※ Operation ambient temperature:14℉ to 131℉

Product Features

Weatherproof Thermovent

Removable Handle

Versatile Lid

Control Panel

LED Light

ICECO Upgrade Two-Piece Type Protective Cover VL45ProS-Insulated Cover-www.icecofreezer.com

Cable Accessories

VL75Pro Dual Zone

79.2QT Huge Capacity

Heavy Duty Robust Freezer

Metal shell provide reliable insulation.

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Best Idea From a Skeptic

Very long story short, I was introduced to this brand by a few weekend warrior beginner overlanders. There is was sitting around a campfire and they were discussing the latest gear that they wanted. The conversation turned from mutual excitement to a heated debate. Sound familiar? The debate was between Iceco vs Dometic. When I say it got heated, the amount of ice that I kept in my little cooler wasn't enough to chill these guys out. Needless to say I had to think of something quick. Besides, that's not REAL camping right? Having a cooler thay requires no ice to keep an astronomical amount of cans cool for 7 days was... well, "glamping!" I interjected my observation LOUDLY. It was so quiet, that I finally heard the crickets and the crackle of wood. It was a quick peace as now they decided to wage war on my singular comment. A laundry list of points were made:
No ice, meant less wasted weight!
It's cooler longer, so you can stay out longer! You don't have wet food! No more severe food prepping! It looks damn rad! Etc. Etc.
Then Iceco had a sale.
Then I purchased the folding solar case, the extremely large battery station, and this behemoth. Am I ever glad I did! I have been on more trips with less spoiled, more protected, and better cooled food than I ever have with my little ice filled cooler. The solar panel (for now) is like a trickle charger for the battery which, in turn, keeps my massive cooler powered up longer. I can actually have ice cream bars while camping and have my various game meat in there! My dogs have used this cooler as a sleeping deck more times than I'd care to admit and they have not damaged it a single time. It fits perfectly in my trailer even though it's huge. Oh and the food that didn't spoil, that I didn't eat? It went right back in my home fridge. It never got into the danger zone! Compliments? I've received a ton! Well, except from my two friends. But at least I can enjoy the sound of crickets and fire because of how extremely quiet the VL75Pro is! Well, thay and I am outdoors longer than those two are!

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