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Portable Fridge Goes Anywhere
"Your savings on ice and spoiled food will start it paying for itself from the very first day you use it," says Koolatron Industries of its new Frostpak, a portable "go anywhere" refrigerator.
It's designed to go just about anywhere in just about anything - car, pickup, tractor cab, camper, boat, airplane or whatever. Operates off the vehicle's 12-volt battery, or a battery recharges.
The Frostpak weighs a lot less than most conventional coolers loaded with ice, the manufacturer points out. It refrigerates up to 40 lbs. of food at a time and is not affected by travel vibration or tilting, and takes up little space.
The new Frostpak allows you to dial refrigeration temperatures ranging from 25? F. to 48? F. in normal temperatures. Exterior dimensions are 21 in. long, 16 in. wide.
You can operate the Frostpak indirectly from 110 volts AC but using any 5 amp or larger standard 12 volt/110 volt battery recharges. Just clamp the charger clips to the terminal posts on the control panel and plug the charger into an AC outlet. By setting the thermostat to its coldest position, frozen foods and ice can be kept frozen in outside air temperatures up to 80? F.
Suggested retail is $169 ($179 in Canada).
For more details, contact FARM SHOW Followup, Koolatron Industries, 230 Bay View Drive, Barrie, Ont., Can. L4N 4Y8 (ph 705 737-0842).

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