With plenty of space for your food and drinks, you can hit the road and explore with THE ALL-ROUNDER CCP60 Portable Fridge/Freezer 60L from myCOOLMAN.
This single zone unit features a 12/24 volt DC compressor and battery protection for your peace of mind. It’s constructed with a durable steel body, comes with sleek yet tough protective corners and a two-way opening lid. Inside the fridge, there is an LED light for visibility, removable sections so you can organise the interior and space for storing larger bottles upright. You can also charge your phone via with the 3000 mA USB port, use the Bluetooth app for wireless connection, and check the temperature by glancing at the digital display.
When you need to open a drink just use the mounted bottle openers and transport this fridge using the flat carry and tie-down handles. If you want to run it unplugged, you can grab a separately available magnetic 15-amp lithium-ion power pack too. On your outdoor expeditions, keep your perishables chilled or frozen in the Portable 60L Fridge from myCOOLMAN.
Use THE ALL-ROUNDER for all outdoor adventures
Single zone design
Two-way opening lid
Easy to read digital display
Multi-voltage system AC 240V and DC 12/24V with battery protection
Size aside how would you compare the my coolman 60l to an equivalent Waeco eg: CFX2 55L?
Mick - Cairns, QLD(11 months ago)
At this point in time it's tricky to say. The MyCoolman fridges are still fairly new, and haven't been around long term to really give them solid testing. So far the reviews have been really positive, and they seem to be a great unit. The Dometic fridges have been around for a long time, so we know they're a reliable unit. The CFX3 model is the first model they've used their own new compressor, and so far the reviews are really good. Overall we're confident to recommend either option, with the MyCoolman is a tad larger, and slightly heavier, with the Dometic being a tad smaller, and slightly lighter.
Leece - Snowys(11 months ago)
Battery level1 answer
Does the mycoolman 60/69 litre fridge freezer have a battery level check on it?
Michael Cassin - Adelaide, SA(1 year ago)
No, the CPP60 does not have a battery level indicator. You can find more information about the LED display on page 4 of the User Manual, which is listed as a PDF on the product page. Whilst its not a battery level indicator, the information on page 10 advises of the warning you'll receive when the low voltage cut out setting has been reached. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
please send a copy of the operating Manuel for 85 lt single lid fridge freezer as my fridge show up 2 errors E 1 / E4 1 answer
Is there any where I can down load a copy of a trouble shouting Manuel
Paul - Moorebank 2170(1 year ago)
You can download the manual at the bottom of our details & specifications section, directly above the reviews. Just clink the link and it should download the pdf. Hopefully, you manage to get it sorted out.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Test fitment 1 answer
Hi snowys Are you able to test fit one of your display fridges instore for fitment before purchase Thanks
Blake - Adelaide(1 year ago)
If you give us a buzz then we should be able to pop you through to the manager on duty who will be able to confirm the details. We don't currently have stock in the Keswick store, but we might be able to arrange to get one brought over to the store for you from our warehouse.