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Coleman PowerChill Thermoelectric Cooler (40-Quart)

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  • Portable thermoelectric 40-quart cooler with a quiet, long lasting motor; ideal for the RV, car, truck, boat, or home
  • Cools to up to 44 cans plus snacks down to 40 degrees Fahrenheit below the surrounding temperature
  • Fully portable cooler plugs into your vehicle's cigarette lighter or into a wall outlet with a 120V power supply (sold separately)
  • Features include: molded handles, patented, adjustable right/left door, adjustable shelf divider, and upright or chest style use
  • Exterior measures 21.75 x 15 x 17.125 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Perfect for the RV, truck, boat, or car, the Coleman PowerChill Thermoelectric Cooler is fully portable, plugging into your vehicle's cigarette lighter or into a wall outlet with a 120V power supply (sold separately). With a motor design that provides a quiet, long-lasting performance, the PowerChill can cool its contents (up to 44 cans plus snacks) down to 40-degrees Fahrenheit below the surrounding temperature. Designed for convenience, the PowerChill features: a patented, adjustable door that can open on the right or left side; a two-position design for use as an upright or chest cooler; an adjustable shelf divider for interior organization; and molded handles that make it easy to lift and carry. Keep your food and drinks cool and fresh without the hassle of melting ice, with the PowerChill from Coleman.

Features:

  • Cools to 40 degrees Fahrenheit below surrounding temperature
  • Portable--plugs into a cigarette lighter or a wall outlet
  • Use in two positions, upright or chest
  • Adjustable shelf divider
  • Molded handles for easy lifting and carrying
  • Patented, adjustable door opens on right or left side
  • 1 year warranty

Specifications:

  • Capacity: 44 cans plus snacks
  • Exterior dimensions: 21.75 x 15 x 17.125 inches

Product Description

Perfect for the RV, truck or car, the Coleman PowerChill Thermoelectric Cooler is fully portable, plugging into your vehicle's cigarette lighter. The PowerChill's new motor design provides quiet, long-lasting performance, cooling the contents down to 40-degreeF BELOW the surrounding temperature. The PowerChill is designed with many convenient features, including a patented, adjustable door that can open on the right or left side. The cooler can be used in two positions, either as an upright or a chest cooler. An adjustable shelf divider helps keep things organized inside. The PowerChill Cooler's molded handles make it easy to lift and carry. For indoor use, the cooler can be used with a 120V power supply (sold separately).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 16 x 17.5 inches ; 18.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00168QW6G
  • Item model number: 5644-710
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #113,664 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

So, save your money and your food--do not waste it on this junk.
Sher
It will drain a car battery, so don't plan to plug it into the car battery when you are not driving.
Michele
Keeps things very cold, and items stay cold for a long time after it is shut off.
L. Tragesser

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 60 people found the following review helpful By J. Land on June 12, 2009
I've been using one of these in my motorhome. I leave it on 24/7 and it lasted 11 months, or about 8000 hours of continuous use. Mine quit when the fan slowed down--it no longer had that loud sound--and the cooler warmed up inside. I replaced the original fan with a quality fan with ball bearings that should last a lot longer, and the new fan is quieter too. The fan is a common size used in personal computer cases, 92mm square by 25mm, and you can get a good one for $10-15.
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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By E. Carey on April 18, 2009
After replacing three of these things in 9 years at steadily increasing prices, I took my 10 month old cooler apart and replaced the muffin fans on either side of the peltier device with some that came out of old junk computers. They are better fans: after reassembly it works at least as well, if not better, than when brand new, and I have a couple more fans for when these fail. I should add that I run this cooler continuously from Sunday night until Thursday evening in vehicles and motel rooms 50 weeks a year and then take it with me while traveling for "pleasure" the other two weeks, so it gets a lot of use.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Michele on May 7, 2007
This cooler saved me enough money in bagged ice to pay for itself over the years we used it. It doesn't keep things ice cold, but I don't know of any electric cooler that does.

For our family of 6 we use it for a variety of things. When we go on long car trips, we use a power inverter and plug it into our car. We keep drinks in it and sometimes sack lunches. Saves us a lot of time and money over stopping and buying these items on the road. We have a camper and camp often. We use the plug in cooler outside the camper (we bring it in if it rains) and keep drinks only in it. That way we can get cold water/soda out of it without fanning the camper refrigerator so often. (The camper refrigerator cannot keep food cold enough if the door is fanned all the time.) When we do get to go to hotels as a family, we usually bring the cooler and use it once again for drinks and lunch supplies and sometimes milk for breakfasts if needed. It keeps things much cooler when it is in an air conditioned room than when it is fighting against the high temperatures of camping in the summer, so I can use it for more food items when used indoors.

We used it several years, and I'm replacing it this year. Finally the fan is making an extreme amount of noise. I imagine that sitting it on the ground at dusty campsites over the years and letting it suck dust into it's fans is likely the culprit. It is still working, but I doubt for long. It has also become so noisy that it drives us crazy to have it running anywhere near us.

I think I got my money's worth on this unit, despite needing to replace it.

I knocked it one star because I wish it could keep things colder than it does. Also because the light color design gets dirty looking quite quick while camping.

I never used the heating option so I have no comment on that feature.

It will drain a car battery, so don't plan to plug it into the car battery when you are not driving.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By James Parsons on January 8, 2010
I'm not sure what planet some of these negative reviewers are coming from, but I've used one of these for several years with very few problems. No, you don't leave it plugged in in your car when the car is not running or, yes, you run the risk of running down the battery. Common sense (getting to be a rare thing these days) should tell anybody that. Nor will it keep ice cream frozen. But for your bottled water, milk, soda pop, cold cuts, and things like that, it works great.

The mechanism is about as simple as it gets and the only way it's not going to work is if the fan is getting old or losing power. And that's a cheap replacement part. You can usually find fan motors for these things at just about any truck stop. I've had the fan motors last for as long as two years and as little as six months. I've also heard of people throwing away a perfectly good cooler and buying a new one, or something different, when all they needed was a little $10 or $15 fan motor that it takes about 10 or 15 minutes to replace.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By D. Britton on April 28, 2009
We bought one of these at Walmart for around $90 approximately 3 years ago for occasional travel and car camping. We have used it probably 10 times total over the three years for periods of up to two weeks at a time. A couple of things to keep in mind. THIS IS NOT A REFRIGERATOR!! It is a Thermoelectric Cooler, so there are limitations to what it will do. Ours has never failed, but I make sure that water/liquid never accumulates in the electrical components. I also make sure that prior to storage, the cooler is completely dry!!

Our unit came with a 12VDC plug that plugs into the power connectors in a car (old cigarette lighter connectors). It also came with 120VAC converter to plug it into the regular wall plug. When getting ready to use the cooler, I have found it useful to plug it in the day before we leave to get it chilled down. You can also help it chill down by throwing in some freezer packs the day before as well. When you get ready to fill it, place those items you want to be the coldest, closest to the fans. It also helps to load it with prechilled items (chill them in the regular fridge overnight first). Finally, keep it plugged in as much as possible, but be careful about leaving it running in the car without the engine running, as it will pull the battery down. Also, I have found that the unit works best when sitting upright (not like a cooler) with the fan on the top. The cooling is more uniform this way.

When we travel, we just take cooler into the hotel room with us. When car camping where we have power, I run an extension chord to the van to power the cooler. All this to say we have used it on several trips and it has worked satisfactory. We have not had any mechanical/electrical failures, and for the price it functions fine.
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