Bushman Fridges DC65−X 65L Upright Fridge
Details & Specs
The Bushman DC65-X gives you 65L of chilling space in a tidy unit that’s perfect for smaller caravans, camper trailers and boats.
Designed to go off-road, this upright fridge has soft custom rubber feet to help keep it stabilised when you’re navigating uneven terrain. The 65L capacity fits a surprising amount inside and uses a top-mounted variable speed drive Secop Danfoss BD35 compressor. The refrigeration cooling system is oversized to maximise efficiency and uses an average of 1.0 Amp/hr over 24-hours based on an ambient temperature of 25°C with the fridge temp set to 4°C. Overall the power consumption stays low even with the internal 4L freezer compartment that features a 360° integrated cooling element. The freezer space is long and skinny to leave more room in your fridge for standing bottles upright.
Bushman’s DC-X fridge range is power efficient, easy to use and boast outstanding quality. The Bushman DC65-X upright fridge is all that in one good lookin’ nut-shell.
65L capacity is ideal for smaller caravans, camper trailers and boats
Runs off 12V or 24V
Secop Danfoss BD35 compressor
Custom Bushman cooling system with low power consumption
Tropical ‘T’ rating for effective use in a cavity
Freezer compartment uses a 360° integrated cooling element
Easy to use thermostat
Simple, efficient and reliable design
Strong and lightweight construction
Room to stand up tall bottles
Large door balconies with guard rails
Adjustable main shelves
Extensive ventilation options
Steel door rails
Reversible door hinges for left or right opening
Mounting kit included
Soft custom rubber feet
Internal LED light
45W x 51.5D x 52.5H cm | Minimum Cut Out 45.5W x 51.5D x 53H cm
45W x 51.5D x 52.5H cm
65 L | 61 L Fridge | 4 L Freezer
Powder Coated Steel
High Density Polyurethane
2A − 4.5A (60W) max. per hour (DC 12V) | Average 1.0 Ah/h @12 V set 4°C, 25°C Ambient over 24hrs
We don't have one of these on display, so have just had to do a bit of math based on shelf dimensions. You should be able to fit 8 in the door, and 40 in the fridge (two shelves of 20) of upright stacking - so 48 atleast - but you should be able to fit a few more in on their side poked into gaps.