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Whynter FM-62DZ Dual Zone Portable Refrigerator/Freezer, 62-Quart
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- Premium quality and innovative design to meet your frozen and refrigerated needs
- Two separately controlled temperature zones, you can set either zone as a freezer and the other as a refrigerator
- Works with either a standard household 110 Volt outlet or a 12 Volt power source, like an automotive battery
- Internal LED lights also allow for easier, more convenient access in low-light conditions
- Cools to between -8°F to 50°F
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Top Customer Reviews
The "small" zone will hold 36x12oz cans. I set this zone at 30º.
The "large" zone swallows cartons of milk, wine bottles, etc with room for additional items on top. The shelf in the large zone separates out smaller items like condiments, butter, cheese, etc. I set this zone at 35º.
The fridge pulls a max of around 78 watts @ 12V but is usually under 70 watts. There are three battery cutoff levels. Operation is fairly quite but might disturb you if your sleeping near it.
When camping the drink compartment gets opened 20 times a day but the other 2/3 of the fridge remains closed 90% of the time. This GREATLY improves efficiency and allows much longer operation when running on battery power. Efficiency is further improved when using the Whynter Travel Bag designed for this fridge.
Time will tell on durability but so far I am loving the fridge!
I love it and will recommend to my friends.
Updates: May 16, 2015
I now uses this dual zone refrigerator for several field trips which includes either dry camping site or RV site with electric/water. I sets the large zone as cooler at 32F while small zone for freezer at 16F nad one large pickup size battery is specifically assigned for the DC powers of this refrigerator. Progressive Dynamics 60 amp PD9260C Converter either ties to RV 30A electrical outlet or my 1200W gas generator to supply 60 Amp to recharge the battery and it tooks around 150 minutes to charge the battery to 90% after one full day of usage specifically for the refrigerator. The refrigerator provides sufficient cooling for foods within dual zones and I even enjoy my ice creams during sunny afternoon at campsite. I slept roughly 10 feet away from the refrigerator inside my full size van and the refrigerator was smazing quiet at night.
Overall: I really like this refrigerator. Highly recommends but not recommends to move this unit around due to its weights with foods inside.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm very impressed with this unit. Very well built: solid, good strong handles, doors seal very well, overall very nice. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Don Gagnon
Been running this fridge on my sailboat in the tropics for about a week. It was damaged on arrival with one of the corners dented in. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Kodi Arner
Has been used regularly now for 2 years. It has a few dings and dents, but it still runs great. Very impressive how it can freeze one section and keep the other a refrigerator. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John Loud
We have been very happy with this freezer and refrigerator. We have used it for about 20 days so far since purchase. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kim
This is a true refrigerator; it is BIG and HEAVY. It seems larger than the measurements for some reason...I know that is illogical. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Photographer Advocate
unit came dented on corner edge of large compartment, bottom corner slightly dented & scratched, all of which I was not happy about but would have lived with if the unit actually... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steve M.
Absolutely fantastic device! I love it.
Using it in my truck for long haul trips. It has a special mode I use for the night when it consumes very little energy. Read more
This portable unit is excellent and does fantastic job of cooling. Would highly recommend.Published 3 months ago by charles c hanson,jr