Igloo Iceless Thermoelectric Cooler

Best Electric-Powered Iceless Cooler

Why people love it
  • Keep your food ice cold without messy ice
  • Durable, reliable, and easy to use
  • Your best friend on a road trip or RV vacation

Motorized cooling system, no need to use ice, ergonomic design that makes for easy carrying, runs on 12V DC power supply, 26-quart size, convection cooling system ensures even temperature within, and includes an 8-foot power cord.

The cooler won't really cool items, it will just maintain the current temp. Additionally, condensation often pools in the bottom of the cooler.

Details

Capacity: This cooler is able to hold 26 quarts of liquid, so up to 30 or so regular-sized cans. Sadly, at 18.19" long x 13.13" wide x 15.5" deep, it’s not quite tall enough to store 2-liter bottles standing upright.

Construction: The insulation on this cooler is about average, and you’ll find it can keep your food cool for up to 24 hours. However, the truly amazing thing about this cooler is that it can be plugged into a power supply (12V DC car battery or battery pack) to keep your food chilled for days at a time. The built-in convection cooling system will spread the chill evenly throughout the interior to ensure that everything stays cool.

It’s important to note the cooler WON’T chill your food for you—you have to put pre-chilled foods into the cooler, then the motor will maintain the low temperatures. However, it can keep the contents up to 36 degrees cooler than the temperature outside. If you’re on a long-haul road trip, trucking cross-country, or taking your RV for a spin, this is your simplest solution for keeping food cold.

Price: $95 is more than you’d pay for a regular cooler, but the addition of a motorized chiller makes it worth the price. Once your food is cold, it will stay that way thanks to this thermoelectric cooler!

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