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Koolatron 29 Quart Voyager Thermoelectric 12-Volt Cooler

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  • No ice required
  • Holds up to 48 12 oz. soda cans
  • Unaffected by motion or tilting
  • Great for road trips, camping, or even in the house
  • Plugs into your vehicle's 12V cigarette lighter
  • Reliable and solid design
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 16 x 15.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000Q73C66
  • Item model number: P27
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (153 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,378 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Ideal for road trips, camping excursions, boating trips, tailgate parties, and just about any other away-from-home activity, the Koolatron Voyager thermoelectric cooler keeps your food and beverages cool without requiring you to stock up on ice cubes every few hours. The Voyager plugs directly into your car's 12-volt cigarette lighter, where it draws less power than your headlights. Once plugged in, the cooler's thermoelectric cooling module--which takes up less space than a matchbook--maintains a constant temperature of approximately 40 to 45 degrees F lower than the temperature of the surrounding air. At a temperature of 80 degrees F, for example, the contents of the cooler will stay at 38 degrees F. As a result, you can store cool drinks for weeks on end, preserve leftovers for a couple of days, and even keep ice cubes whole for three or four days longer than traditional coolers. No more costly stops for soda or snacks, saving you both time and money while on the road. As an alternative, you can also use the Voyager to heat food up to 130 to 140 degrees F--hot enough for a potluck dinner or a picnic. Or you can split the difference and keep infant food and bottles warm while on the road.

Explaining Thermoelectric Refrigeration
Thermoelectric refrigeration uses a principle called the Peltier effect to pump heat electronically. Named after a French scientist who discovered it in 1834, the Peltier effect describes the process of electrical currents passing through a series of tiny metal cube junctions, thereby transferring heat from one metal to the other. When connected to a heat-absorbing device on one side and a heat-dissipating device on the other, solid-state thermoelectric modules are capable of transferring large quantities of heat. The Voyager cooler applies this technology through its internal aluminum cold plate fins, which absorb heat from the contents (food and beverages), and then use the thermoelectric modules to transfer it to the heat-dissipating fins under the control panel. The only moving part is a small 12-volt fan that disperses the heat into the air. Thermoelectric modules--which are ideally suited to recreational applications because they are lightweight, compact, insensitive to motion or tilting, have no moving parts, and can operate directly from 12-volt batteries.

Voyager Benefits
The Voyager offers a number of benefits to anyone who travels frequently in a vehicle. While it's not quite as portable as a traditional cooler, it still offers plenty of on-the-go freedom, making it great for day trips, long overnight journeys, pleasure boating, fishing, and camping. It's also extremely efficient, continually reducing the temperature within the first three hours depending on the contents of the unit and the surrounding air. And because there's only one moving part (the 12-volt fan), virtually nothing in the cooler can wear out. The Voyager also proves invaluable as an extra fridge in a recreation room or basement bar, the main fridge in a dorm room, as a medical cooler for samples or temperature-sensitive drugs, and as a storage case for heat-sensitive camera and film equipment in extreme climates.

Specifications:

  • Capacity: 29 quarts, or up to 48 12-ounce cans
  • Power usage: 12 volts / 4.5 amps DC
  • Interior dimensions: 12 by 12 by 12 inches (W x H x D)
  • Exterior dimensions: 16 by 15.5 by 17 inches (W x H x D)
  • Weight: 13 pounds

Product Description

The mid-sized Koolatron P-27 Voyager handles the long hours on the road with ease and holds up to 48 12-oz. cans! No more costly stops for soda and snacks. In fact, you'll probably pay for your Koolatron P-27 Voyager with the money you save by eliminating those time-consuming and expensive restaurant stops. Your Koolatron P-27 Voyager will serve your favorite foods - 24 hours a day! At the cottage, keep traffic out of your main fridge by placing your Koolatron P-27 Voyager outside on the deck or patio.

This incredible cooler uses state-of-the art thermoelectric cooling technology. It features a durable brushless motor for internal air circulation and even temperature distribution. This cooler can be used horizontally like a chest or in a vertical position, like a fridge.

Koolatron coolers have been proudly manufactured in North America for over 20 years.



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Customer Reviews

This has proven to be one of the best buys we have ever invested in.
jalcruces
I'd definitely recommend the AC adapter for pre-cooling the unit, and moving it from car to hotel room/apartment/home.
Ken Mignosa
This type cooler is extremely slow at cooling down warm items, but great at keeping cold items cold.
Rich K

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

815 of 821 people found the following review helpful By Rich K on October 28, 2008
Before retiring I drove a tractor trailer cross country for over 20 years, and used a Koolatron chest cooler nearly all that time. When on the road it would be on 24/7 sometimes for weeks at a time, with very few problems. Koolarton has been around for a long time and makes a great cooler. This cooler is a Canadian product, and still made in Canada to my knowledge. These things work great if you use them properly. Unless you are willing to wait a long time for things to cool down, you must cool items down before putting them in the cooler The colder the better). Also if you cool the inside of the cooler first, that would help even more. That's where a AC/DC converter would come in handy to cool the frig in your house before you place it in your vehicle. This type cooler is extremely slow at cooling down warm items, but great at keeping cold items cold.

A trick I learned when in my truck was to bungee my cooler on the passenger seat and direct my AC vent at the fan side of it, that would keep it super cold inside even on one of those 100+ degree days they get around Phoenix AZ. CAUTION:::Everything will start to freeze in there doing this if you don't watch it and open the door regularly. On a hot day with the sun shining on the cooler its a good idea to keep it covered " Newspaper works " to keep the sun off of it. Note::: Keep everything away from the fan, air needs to circulate in that aria. Also don't pack the food to tight in the cooler, air needs to circulate there also.

I have never had an occasion to used it to heat or keep food hot. But I guess if you wanted to transport hot food to Grandma's or a friends house this would work quite well since it does get quite worm in there. Caution !!!
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176 of 178 people found the following review helpful By D. Campbell VINE VOICE on March 31, 2011
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I purchased this cooler for my truck driver spouse in July 2010. Over the years, I have purchased numerous coolers for him and almost none of them last past a year. Warning signs of impending breakdown comes at about six months. So, when I was informed that, yet again, another cooler purchase was in order, I decided to do a bit of research to find a cooler that provides cooling along with durability; which, ended in me buying this item.
According to my spouse this is his best cooler so far.

His likes:

Most important: It keeps food good and cold.

Quiet.

Even when warm to the touch on the outside, inside is beautifully chilled.

His dislikes (though, not enough to strongly condemn)

Power cord falls out easily. This requires frequent checks.

Latch to lock cooler is easily knocked off when closing cooler. However, it is not difficult to reattach.

So, there you have it. I'll update this review on occasion to let everyone know the status of this product.

Update: July 2012-My spouse has been using this cooler for two years now. There's been no issues and it keeps chugging along keeping his food and drink items cold. I would highly recommend this product for anyone that is looking for a reliable cooler that is up for some heavy use.

Update July 2013: Still working and cooling away.

Update July 2014: Four years and still cooling.
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86 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Emily Stasiak on June 17, 2008
I bought this cooler for our road trip to Myrtle Beach. I worked out well. I have a baby so I needed to bring lots of snacks, milk and juice for him. I was also able to bring grown up snacks as well. The cooler held everything nice and I still had tons of room for much more. If you have the space it's nice to keep in the car to keep food in when your out and about all day. I would highly recommend it to anyone!
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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Michael E. Purdy on August 17, 2009
Our family of five took a two week road trip through Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Nevada and California. We used this cooler everyday on the road and plugged it into the hotel room every night. A fantastic machine that kept our food cool and worked twenty-four hours a day for two weeks.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Tony Breschini on May 20, 2011
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Owned this cooler for just over a year, yes I did use it a lot as a truck driver. Fans have died making cooler / heater non operational and a possible fire hazard... when fans quit working the heat side of the exchanger got extremely hot to the point of way to hot to touch. If I had been away from the cooler for a significant amount of time it may have gotten to the plastic melting / fire stage.
As far as operation when it was working, 1-2 items close to cold air output would be nice and cold, rest of items in cooler are cool not cold. Also very ambient temperature dependent... EG: If you leave it on in winter < 40 Degrees your items will most likely freeze... in summer 3-4 hours to cool down a couple of items.
For Truck drivers the trick is to place the cooler where an A/C vent can blow on the cooler, works really great then.
Overall, cooler worked fine for my needs of cool drinks on the road, the short life span for the price however is a huge disappointment.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Deb C on May 8, 2009
It does a good job keeping cold things cold. Slow to cool warm things, as expected. Koolatron's 3 amp rating is inaccurate for my P-27, which overloaded a 4 amp regulated power supply but is happy on a 5.5 amp regulated supply.
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