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 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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 11 months ago
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
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
- Springfield, MO