|Item Weight||6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.3 x 11.3 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||7285|
|Manufacturer Part Number||7285|
Rally 7285 12V Portable Refrigerator and Warmer
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- Keeps drinks and food cold or hot
- Magnetic cover with air seal and internal insulator provides for correct interior temperature with maximum efficiency
- Rust proof, impact, and weather resistant housing
- Compact housing with spacious interior is easy to carry with provided shoulder strap
- Perfect for use in all vehicles with universal 12 volt cigarette lighter plug
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Top Customer Reviews
Secondly, The cooler is not getting cold. The whole unit is very hot when plugged on and its on the cold mode.
I hate it. Waste of time and money.
Wouldn't advice anyone to purchase this product.
Wish the supplier could contact me as there is no direct link to communicate with them.
save your money and buy something else
I went to Virginia on 8/11-18 and I tried it again in the car and when I put it on cool everthing in the refig was hot when I got to Va. I am very disappointed and wish I could return it for a full refund. I would give another type of car refrig a try. I think there maybe a short either in the electric cord or the refrig itself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little smaller than I would like as it doesn't fit a 20 oz bottle upright. Keeps things reasonably cold, otherwise decent product for the cost.Published 16 months ago by Drew
It didn't work well WITH MY 12vDC-120vAC adapter. Since I wanted to store my insulin in it while traveling I need to cool the unit at home before placing the insulin in it. Read morePublished 19 months ago by 37W3
I plugged it the night before a trip to cool down. Sorry to say it never cooled at all. Returned it to Amazon for a refund.Published on August 2, 2013 by Ed Messmer
The two plastic pieces of the lid were not assembled correctly so that the lid could not make a seal on the rubber gasket. Read morePublished on June 21, 2013 by Gary Tufto