Cool and freeze at the same time on your touring expeditions with the CCP69DZ Dual Zone Portable Fridge/Freezer 69L from myCOOLMAN.
This fridge features two different compartments for versatility and is powered by a 12/24V DC compressor which includes battery protection. The two-way opening lid makes it easy to access the interior, which has LED lighting so you can see the contents, space for upright taller bottles and removable sections for organisation. You can use this fridge unplugged with a separately available magnetic 15-amp lithium-ion power pack, transport it with the flat carry and tie-down handles and even open your drink using the mounted bottle openers.
Connect wirelessly via the Bluetooth app, charge your phone using the 3000 mA USB port, and check the temperature using the digital display for each compartment. Head remote with all the chilled and frozen supplies you need in the handy 69L Dual Zone Portable Fridge from myCOOLMAN.
Ideal for THE TRAVELLER
Two-way opening lid
Both compartments have a digital display
Multi-voltage system AC 240V and DC 12/24V with battery protection
USB port and charger with 30000 mA
Bluetooth app provides wireless connectivity
LED interior lighting
Divided storage options with removable sections
Space for storing larger bottles upright
Flat carry and tie-down handles
Mounted bottle openers on each end
12-volt input at both ends
73.2L x 45.6W x 55.5H cm
73.2L x 45.6W x 55.5H cm
Small compartment 17L x 32.6W x 44.4H cm | Large compartment 38L x 32.6W x 44.4 / 26.4H cm
Can the power cords provided come with an Anderson
Jason - Gateshead, NSW(8 months ago)
No, MyCoolman do not make any Anderson cables. Evakool & Bushmans are the only Fridge brands that I'm aware of that supply Anderson power cables as a standard. It is incredibly easy to install your own terminal on the end of a cable, or you can take a look at our VoltFlow range. The Dometic/Waeco model is compatible with the MyCoolman fridges.
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
myCoolman vs Waeco1 answer
Are myCoolman fridges the same as Waeco? They look very similar. How do they compare, like for like?
Jennelle - Brendale, QLD(1 year ago)
Whilst the Waeco name may still be used from time to time, it technically doesn't exist anymore the company transitioned over to Dometic. From what we understand some of the people involved in the original Waeco fridges had left the company and helped develop MyCoolman, hence the visual similarities to the older model Waeco. They have similarities in terms of temperature range and power consumption and have similar features like wireless temperature control through an app on your phone, but they do use different compressors. MyCoolman are fairly new on the market, but the feedback we've received so far has been positive.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Divinder removal, 1 answer
I rang my coolman and they said its not suggested to remove the divider? What is ur take in this, I am wanting to upgrade to a dual zone, can each side be turned in n off independantly?cheers
Richard - Mount Gambier, SA(1 year ago)
This is a tricky one, myCoolman have definitely pitched these as a flexible option, and indicate that the divider is removable on their website, and in conversations, we'd had with them. I'm not sure if someone had their wires crossed, or were maybe indicating the unit operates at its best with the divider in place? Either way, the divider is designed to be removable, so we can't see any issues with running it that way. Each side can be independently controlled or turned off as well, which is really handy.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Where are my Cool man fridges made please?1 answer
Where is the compressor made please.
Peter - Adekaide(1 year ago)
Both the myCOOLMAN Fridges and the myCOOLMAN Blue Generation 12/24 V DC Compressor are designed in Germany and made in China.