EvaKool DU265−DZ Down Under Series II Dual Zone Fridge Freezer 65L
Details & Specs
Claim your treasure from this ice chest – the Down Under Series II Dual Fridge Freezer 65L by EvaKool.
Australian-made and built for the blistering outback burn, this unit boasts a 15-Amp resettable circuit breaker and three-level battery protection to compliment all systems and set-ups – so you can go from the sunbaked bushlands to kicking back on the boat. For versatility on every adventure, the removable lid, baskets, and divider allow easy maneuvering and operation as either a dual or single zone unit – keeping your tucker tidy amongst the outdoor rough and tumble. A clever cooler, the spring-loaded metal handles double as tie-down points while smooth-textured walls enable easy, hygienic cleaning. For the midnight snackers, the internal LED lighting illuminates that chocolate stash packed towards the back – and with a neon blue, easy-to-use digital display for ambient temperature control and power supply monitoring, your fridge is under control so you can feel on top of the world.
The EvaKool Down Under Series II Dual Fridge Freezer 65L challenges every chiller.
Australian-built and designed Bluetooth Smartphone App
World-renowned Secop Compressor
Highly efficient roll bond evaporator
Bi-directional, completely removeable lid
Neon blue easy-to-use digital display allows control, checking ambient temperature, and monitoring power supply simultaneously
Removeable divider enables single or dual operation
Arctic white powder-coated metal cabinet with embossed EvaKool logo
Premium spring-loaded metal handles double as tie-down points
Smooth-textured walls for easy, hygienic cleaning
Internal LED lighting
Built-in, sturdy tie-down points on all four sides of cabinet
Three-level battery protection to suit all systems and setups
Eco and max compressor speed settings
Removeable baskets for easy manoeuvring of your fridge
Ability to turn off one side for power-saving
15-Amp resettable circuit breaker for easy, on-the-go troubleshooting
Anderson-style Plug & Play connection
Slimline 12/240-Volt adaptor included
Midnight Black lid colour
78.7L x 44.8W x 48.5H cm
78.7L x 44.8W x 48.5H cm
DC 180 cm
Gross 65L | Small 25L | Large 40L
Approx. Drink Capacity:
Not Specified by EvaKool
Powder Coated Metal | Polypropylene | Metal Handles | Stainless Steel Components
I can only find the "EvaKool Down Under" app on Google Play, which doesn't work on Android 12. However, the manual for the EvaKool Series II says there is an "EvaKool Down Under Series II" app, but I can't find this on Google Play. Which app were you using for the video, and can you please provide a link?
Kyle - Mayfield, NSW(1 month ago)
I have just called Evakool to see what's happening here, they are aware of this problem that the app won't show up on every phone. They have let me know they have their team working on fixing this problem ASAP and aren't sure why it isn't showing up for everyone. Keep checking as in the next few weeks they should have this updated.
Always worth checking if your phone is updated to the latest version available.
Do the led lights turn off with the fridge lid closed?
Phillip - Gayndah, QLD(7 months ago)
I don't believe it does actually as we can't see a trigger for the light being turned on and off. Most camp fridges run the internal light all the time. They're a tiny led which draws absolutely negligible power, so whether or not it turn on/off wouldn't have any bearing on your power consumption. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(7 months ago)
Lid removal1 answer
Can the lid be completely removed from the flat closed position (as the dz43 )of does the lid have to be in the vertical position to remove ??
Desmond - Milang, SA(8 months ago)
Yep, it sure does. The lids can be removed from flat across the whole Down Under Range. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Weatherproofing 1 answer
Hi Snowys. How would the Eva cool go living in the back of an open Ute tray?
Conor - Frenchs Forest, NSW (11 months ago)
Evakool suggests storing your fridge out of direct weather for a longer lasting fridge. Ultimately I'd interpret this to mean that whilst you can have it in the back of your ute, it's over lifespan may be reduced because it's less protected. Having a fridge mounted in the back of a ute isn't entirely uncommon, and it depends if you're just planning to chuck it there for trips, or if you want it there full-time. If it's just temporary for trips, you should be fine - just be mindful of dust if you're going off bitumen.
If fulltime, there's a few things to consider though: - Get a protective cover where possible - Having the fridge exposed & potentially in full sun will increase power consumption - Make sure your ute tray drains really well, and in rain the fridge won't be sitting in water at all. - Position the fridge so the control panel and cable inputs are as protected as possible. - Consider using a tonneau cover
Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
fridge length1 answer
I was after the length of the fridge not including the handles thanks
Ivan Hitchens - Mittagong, NSW (1 year ago)
We dont have one of these out of the box, but the whole series has the same handles. I've measured the handle depth for you on our smaller display model. Its 38mm per handle. If we subtract 2 x 3.8cm from the total length, that leaves us with a body length of 71.1cm. Hope that helps.