※ Dimension: 36.5*18.5*18.1''
※ Capacity: 75L/79.2QT
※ Max &Eco Mode
※ 3 Battery Protection Level
※ VL75ProD can operate at a minimum ambient temperature of 14℉, the maximum ambient temperature of 131℉.
※ 5 Year Warranty on Secop Compressor, 1 Year For Other Parts
Suiatble For Your Vehicle
I’m very pleased with my ICECO fridge/freezer and protective bag. Been running it for 20 days in my garage, cooling beverages, freezing big ice cubes, etc. Very happy with temperature controls & ECO mode (it saves my Jackery power station batteries). Also love the engineering that went into making the tops removable in a variety of ways. Can’t wait to get it out camping! Looking forward to testing it using DC power this week.
We bought this a year ago and have used it extensively on several camping trips. It has proven itself invaluable for extra fridge and freezer space and again when our fridge stopped working until we could get a new one. The reversible lid feature us great, the flexible freezer space is great and almost more importantly, the customer service has been outstanding! (Only needed it once in the beginning). Definitely recommend.
VL75ProD works so good I bought 2. One for each car. =)
For the price and the features it has, it is great value compared to competitors.
As far as portable fridges go, ICECO has a good balance of features and price points. In my opinion, ICECO concentrates on the features that mattered the most.
The most important feature is the SEPCO compressor. It is one of the preferred compressors in high-end fridges. It is efficient and virtually silent. I would have to pay attention to notice it's on. It has a 10-year warranty to boot! This is one of two key features why I would spend my hard-earned money on it.
The second feature is the lid that can open in three positions, front, back, or entirely unhinged without any tools or configuration, just press the latch. It doesn't get any easier than that. This feature leaves the competitors in the dust.
The construction is a combination of a metal body with reinforced plastic edges and corners and plastic lids. It feels and looks robust and substantial.
The controls are easy to read and understand. It has most of the key features of the competitors minus the Bluetooth function. In my opinion, I just need the fridge to work. I can not be bothered with novelty features that turn out to be more hassle than it's worth. Look at it this way, It’s one less thing to break.
Minor quibbles are the handles and the textured aluminum interior. The handles are primarily plastic with a knurled cylindrical aluminum tube. I did not break it yet but it does have a little give when I lifted the 60 lb fridge. It might serve its function but it does not instill confidence.
The textured aluminum interior is good for even cold transfer within the compartments but it is prone to dents and it does have seams which may contribute to a less-than-ideal watertight seal. I do not know the construction behind the seams and I am not willing to test out my claims so this is just a baseless observation. Perhaps ICECO can shed some light on this subject.
In conclusion, with the price, and features, it’s a serious heavyweight contender and a good company to back the product.
What's the consumption on this unit?
Max mode running at 0℉, the consumption is around 0.805kw.h/24h (The experimental data are for reference only, the exact data will vary depending on how much you load and the ambient temperature)
Is this product able to ship overseas?
Sorry to tell you that VLPro75D can't ship overseas.
When you s?ay this is 12/24V DC, are you saying that it can accept a 24volt DC input or that I need to put two 12V Deep cycle batteries in parallel instead of series? or can it handle them in series or parallel
Hi, it can accept 12V DC or 24V DC input.
Is there a cover available for this?
expect to see it in July. XD
Do the lids come off completely like the LV60 Pro ?
Will you be releasing a slide that fits the VL75ProD
not yet until now, but we are designing, hope it can see you soon :)
I see that is has a weather proof panel so can this unit be used in an outdoor setting? Was just wonder if it was similar to the ARB Elements fridge freezer that can be left uncovered and exposed to the elements. Thanks
hi, it's fine when it's drizzling, but don't be exposed to the heavy rain.
This is still a 12-volt refrigerator
yes, a 12/24V DC, 110/240V AC powered refrigerator.
What are the lengths of the supplies DC and AC power cables?
DC cable: 11.48ft/ 3.5m
AC cable: 5.9ft/ 1.8m