|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.4 x 5.7 x 4.1 inches|
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Mini Desktop Fridge Cooler Personal Fridge(Black)
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I take insulin. My spare units of insulin need to be kept cool. This is sometimes difficult while
traveling as long hours in a car and hotels without fridge units in the rooms make keeping the
insulin cool a problem. Now it is not a problem!! The unit can use the charger I use on my phone
in the car and in the room. Thank you for a great product!!
First, like it has been said, it's not exactly a fridge. It's a hot plate with a bonus cooling fan that you can set a can-sized container on, with the surrounding box keeping some of the warmth/cool inside. I say some because the box is only about a 3/32-inch thick in most places, with no insulation of any kind. Containers with flat bottoms are recommended to reach and keep a desirable temperature. There is a magnetic seal on the door, but a latch would've been better. It does not support the weight of a unopened can, much less one that would be half full, so be careful of any unwanted drink port-a-potty tipping.
Yes, it actually warms up things, too. This listing is like the versions without the rocker switch on the cord. Dig a little and you will find this exact model design listed as a cooler/warmer. This was likely a slip-up, but I wish to imagine it as a designer's revenge for the last minute inclusion of an executive's need for it to "reverse cool, or make it so cold that it's hot, like frostbite" and the exclusion of a proper latch.
Here's the rocker switch layout (unexplained in the instructions):
| = Hot = red LED inside - It might not be broken. It might just be flipped to the wrong side.
O = Off = off LED inside
|| = Cool = green LED inside - This is likely the side of the switch that you want.
About the design: it's simple. Supposedly fragile (don't wish to stress test), but has some limited feel of integrity to it.Read more ›
I didn't want to run the computer all the time just to keep the drink cold so I was hoping to run it off a hub. There is a little note in the package that says it may not run correctly off a hub but no mention of it in the advertising. I think it has something to do with the fact that hubs are only spec'd to provide 100 milli Watts per USB connection and computer USB connections are supposed to provide 500 milli Watts. I still hope to get it to work from a hub...they take practically no power while a computer uses at least 100 watts.
Amazon should mention this discrepancy in their product information.
Unfortunately, it doesn't cool the can as intended. I'm expecting a cold can of Pepsi as if I grabbed from my kitchen fridge. The round steel plate feels cold to the touch but placing my Pepsi doesn't feel as cold. :(
There is an option to heat, too. But I didn't use this feature because you can't place a regular size mug inside.
I suspect that MAYBE a smaller can like a red bull might work better for getting cold.
I wanted to use it to keep seeds at 40 f
it overheated after a few weeks of constant use
if you let it rest it might work
it has no insulation
Most Recent Customer Reviews
With it being a cool plate, I have a metal cup with a lid; so keeps insulin cool. Works good good for camping using a GoalZero Sherpa100 or larger unit with USB power and solar... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul E. Prunty
Read the description! It says it's a "fridge-style cooler". It's not a fridge, nor is it an oven. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robyn Daly
It really sucks and doesn't work. I Regret this purchase...Published 11 months ago by Rita Ramirez Wildes