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Coleman Coleman® Powerchill™ Thermoelectric Cooler - Model 5644-710

Ice free cooler - plugs into your car or at home 58 can capacity  Lightweight - just 17 pounds Great for trips, the dorm, office, or a day in the outdoors Quiet motor design lowers cooler temperature up to  40° lower than surrounding temperature Use upright or in a chest position Door can be set up to open from the right or left  Molded handles for easy carrying Comes with auto cigarette plugDon't make another trip to the convenience store for ice or endure soggy food again. The Powerchill Thermoelectric Cooler uses electricity from your vehicle to cool its interior up to 40° below the surrounding temperature without using one cube of ice. Its motor design delivers quiet, long lasting performance without adding to much weight to this 17 pound cooler. The Powerchill possesses a flexible design. Use it standing upright or in the more traditional chest position. Set up the door the way you like it, since you can set it up to open from the left or right. Comes with an adjustable shelf divider and molded handles for easy lifting and carrying. This 58-can capacity cooler is great for trips, RVs, campers, dorm rooms, or the office, thanks to its cigarette lighter plug. Can run off household receptacle with seperate AC adapter (sold separately) as well. Do yourself a favor. Save  the ice and never worry about draining your cooler again. Just Powerchill. Made in USA.The Coleman 110V Power Supply for Powerchill Thermoelectric Coolers is sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 991953
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Questions & Answers for Coleman Coleman® Powerchill™ Thermoelectric Cooler - Model 5644-710

Question

What are the dimensions of this thermoelectric cooler?

I'd like to see if this will fit in my RV.
asked 6 years, 1 month ago
by
bassloverforsure777
on Coleman® Powerchill™ Thermoelectric Cooler - Model 5644-710
4 answers
Answers
answer 1
Exterior: 22.25 L x 15 W x 17/5 H (in.), however make sure the fan unit has room to function, or it will fail.
answered 9 months ago
by
Masterchief77to01
 - Illinois
answer 2
The exterior dimensions are 21.75 in. (55.2 cm) x 15 in. (38.1 cm) x 17.125 in. (43.5 cm)
Staff Answer
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
by
BPSResource9
answer 3
The coolers are about the same size as a regular cooler, and it will fit in the same size area. As long as the vent on the side is open to the air, it will work. We often put ours in the back of our SUV and run the cord to the cigaretter lighter in front.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
by
60yearcamper
 - Michigan
answer 4
Exterior dimensions: 21.75" x 15" x 17.125"
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Expert Answer
answered 6 years, 1 month ago
by
nkey
 - Springfield, MO
Question

Frozen foods

Can frozen foods be transported in this unit and how long would the food remain frozen?
asked 4 years, 4 months ago
by
ranger505
 - Kitchener Ontario Canada
on Coleman® Powerchill™ Thermoelectric Cooler - Model 5644-710
4 answers
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answer 1
The temperature inside the cooler will be about 30 - 40 degrees cooler than the temperature outside the cooler. How long food stays frozen depends on how how warm the ambient temperature is outside the cooler. For this reason we do not have a set time as to how long food will stay frozen. I can however provide a few tips that will help increase the time the food remains frozen. 1) Make sure you keep the cooler in the shade. 2) Freeze the food solid before placing it in the cooler. 3) Fill the cooler a full as you can with the frozen food.
Staff Answer
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
by
BPSResource9
answer 2
We have used our electric cooler to transport frozen food. The coolers do not have a "set temperature" like a refrigerator. Instead the temperature inside the cooler will be about 30 - 40 degrees cooler than the temperature outside the cooler. How long food stays frozen depends on how how warm the ambient temperature is outside the cooler, whether the cooler is in the shade or the sun, how full the cooler is with frozen and other cold food and how big the pieces of frozen food are. We have had packages of frozen hamburger or chicken stay frozen for a couple days as long as they are surrounded by cold drinks and other cold food.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
by
60yearcamper
 - Michigan
answer 3
Haven't really tried it yet, but ice was solid after 24 hours with the chest in about 60 degrees. After 48 hours, ice was about 3/4 melted.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by
Janeite1900
 - Arkansas
answer 4
it would keep the food cool but it wouldnt keep it frozen,it dosent get quite that cold.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by
brinley45cal
Question

can you use this in 3-4 day camp outs

we camp alot and we nociced that our collers the food goes bad even with tons of ice and want know if this is good for camping and things like that
asked 2 years, 4 months ago
by
megtan
 - avon Co
on Coleman® Powerchill™ Thermoelectric Cooler - Model 5644-710
4 answers
Answers
answer 1
As long as you have a constant 12VDC, or 115VAC with power supply, available you can use for as long as you need. Just be careful in cooler climates as this thing cools about 40 degrees less than surrounding temperature. So if it is 50 degrees outside you are going to freeze whatever is inside.
answered 9 months ago
by
Masterchief77to01
 - Illinois
answer 2
Its excellent for camping as long as you have power or a few batteries to run it. But they are not that cold if you leave them in the sunshine on very hot days, they can only cool about 40 deg. F lower then the air Temp.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
by
Boatinca
 - Boatinca
answer 3
We have used our electric cooler for camping for years, and it is a great alternative to using ice. We have had success even in 90 degree heat as long as the cooler is full of cold food and we keep it out of the sun. You can even use a refigerator thermometer to check the temperature. As with any cooler, delicate foods will spoil faster than hardier foods, and you can take care of that with meal planning. The big advantage is that foods do not get soggy, and vegetables like lettuce do not get ice spots. I like to keep the cooler in "chest style" rather than upright to keep the cold air in at the bottom rather than have it flow out when opening the door "refrigerator style".
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
by
60yearcamper
 - Michigan
answer 4
The Thermoelectric Cooler come with an auto 12V cigarette lighter plug or you can run off household receptacle with separate AC adapter (sold separately 38-612-517-74). Therefore, since you will plug in the item would last 4 or more days. If you use your car to keep the cooler running just make sure you do not drain your car battery or carry an extra 12v battery or charger with you and you should be good to go for 3-4 days! Thanks
Staff Answer
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
by
BPSResource7
 - Springfield, MO
Question

Outdoor use

Is it okay to plug into my camper in the outside outlet under an awning?
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
by
buddyosc
on Coleman® Powerchill™ Thermoelectric Cooler - Model 5644-710
4 answers
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answer 1
Yes the Coleman® Powerchill™ Thermoelectric Cooler can be plugged in out under your awning. As long as the cooler is protected from rain it should be just fine.
Staff Answer
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
by
BPSResource9
answer 2
Yes, that is how I use mine at my camper. I use for cold drinks, that way the small refrigerator in my camper (and the camper) doesn't get opened every 5 minutes during a hot summer day. My refrigerator and camper stay cooler.
answered 9 months ago
by
Masterchief77to01
 - Illinois
answer 3
Not a problem its only 12 volts. But make sure it stays in the shade.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
by
Boatinca
answer 4
Yes. We have used our electric cooler outside under our awning for years. We usually put the cooler and the cord up on a box or a stool to keep it from possibly getting damp on the ground, and we make sure it stays dry if it rains. It is great for my outdoor kitchen, and having the cooler outside helps keep people from going in and out of the camper to get a cold drink or snack. However, as with any other cooler, we always put the cooler in the car overnight to keep critters from getting into it!
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
by
60yearcamper
Question

How much heat does it put out?

I would like to use this on my sailboat when weekending, and would keep it in the cabin. I want the contents cool (COLD) but don't want to turn the cabin into an oven to do it. Could the heat be vented outside somehow?
asked 2 years ago
by
OS2Dude
on Coleman® Powerchill™ Thermoelectric Cooler - Model 5644-710
2 answers
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answer 1
I have used one for the past couple of years on my 32 foot power boat and I kept it inside as well. As long as you can leave some ports open for ventilation you will never notice it. We ran it continuously while we were aboard, sometimes for 3 weeks in a row. Never had any problems with it.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
by
Boatinca
answer 2
This cooler does not put off much heat the cooler will only cool down to 40 degress less than the surrounding tempature. There is no way to vent the heat outside.

Thanks
Staff Answer
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
by
BPSResource7
 - Springfield, MO
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