There’s nothing better than pulling an icy, cold beverage or crisp, refreshing sandwich out of your Smittybilt Arctic Fridge/Freezer during a hot day out on the trail. The 52 quart is large enough for extended forays into the backcountry, yet still sized to easily fit in the back of most 4x4s.
The Arctic Fridge/Freezer’s ultra-efficient compressor can run on 12 volt or 110 volt to provide temperatures as low as -22°F in conjunction with thick 55MM polyurethane insulation. State-of-the-art LED controls are recessed to protect them from damage or accidently being altered, and the three-stage automatic power cut off to ensure that your vehicle’s battery has enough reserve capacity to start the engine.
Part #S/B2789 What part do I need to hook this up to my twelve volt battery
Asked by jake from riverside on
Jake, the Arctic Fridge/Freezer doesn't need anything extra to run off of 12V power. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from riverside on
What is the amp draw during 12v operation?
Asked by Jeep Guy from Denver, CO on
Jeep Guy, the Arctic Fridge/Freezer will pull around 6 amps. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from Denver, CO on
How much does the frog/freezer weigh?
Asked by lisa from Naples ,fl on
Lisa, the Arctic Fridge/Freezer weighs 30 pounds. I hope this helps!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from Naples ,fl on
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