Igloo Iceless Thermoelectric Cooler
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- Cools without ice and leaves you more room for food and drinks
- Ergonomic design features a curved back that comfortably hugs your side while carrying
- Quiet brushless motor and convection cooling with a fan to circulate cold air
- The 8 feet long power cord plugs into any 12V DC receptacle (cigarette lighter) for portable use
- Exterior Dimensions: 18.19" L x 13.13" W x 15.5" D
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From the manufacturer
8 feet long power cord plugs into any 12V DC receptacle (e.g. cigarette lighter) for portable use – good universal fit in 12V outlets.
Cools Without Ice
Good for long trips
Cool on-the-go without the mess and inconvenience of ice in your car, SUV, RV or big rig. Iceless cooling performance is powered by thermoelectric technology.
The Igloo Iceless 26 quart is the ultimate solution for keeping your food and beverages cool for a long time. Cool on-the-go without the mess and inconvenience of ice in your car, SUV, RV or big rig. Iceless cooling performance is powered by thermoelectric technology. This cooler cools down to 36 degrees Fahrenheit below the outside temperature. It plugs directly into any 12V DC outlet (cigarette lighter) for easy power while traveling. It features a brushless motor and convection cooling so everything stays cold, not just some of the items. Comfortable molded hands for two handed carrying and lifting.
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First off, what I measured; Current draw at 13.5 Volts was about 4.7 Amperes. At 12.2 Volts the current draw was about 3.5 Amperes. The manual says 3.5 to 4.8 Amperes, The manual agrees with my measurements.
Secondly, this is a thermoelectric cooler. It uses about 40 - 60 Watts of energy so it will not cool down a load of warm soda in a few hours. The manual recommends running this for a few hours prior to adding your material. If you put warm sodas in this, expect to wait 20-25 (or more) hours for them to get cold. If you put in cold sodas, this will keep them very cold while running.
Regarding the cord heating problems that others have stated. I connected this to a 'motorcycle' DC receptacle that I had purchased years ago. My receptacle got quite warm while this cooler was running. This was not a problem with the cooler's plug. It was my receptacle not being able to handle the current draw. If you have a good quality receptacle, this device will work good, without heat problems. My plug did not get hot or melt. If you have a worn receptacle it could get hot.
The plug on this device has a built in (removable) 7.5 Ampere fuse. I would not recommend running this with on a vehicle with the motor off as it would probably run your battery down in after a few hours, there is no low voltage shut off built in.
It's rigid, solid and operates quietly. It does what it's suppose to do, cooling down. I usually unplug it before going to bed and start ut again in the morning. I have had it for over a week now with no problems.
Somehow I feel it's a bit small for me. So, I'm giving it to a brother and I'm buying the big 40 quart one.
Ao far so good. No problems.
I have read several reviews complaining about the socket/cord melting down and not being able to handle the power, for me though I haven't had that issue. The cord is thick and tough.
Few things i have noticed is that if you just drop the lid so it shuts, it won't shut. You have to push on it for it to close properly. Check out the pics.
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As others have pointed out this is a thermo-electric cooler and will not work miracles.Read more