Chill out in your outback hangout, with the Fibreglass Infinity Fridge Freezer 60L by EvaKool.
Functioning on angles at a maximum of 30 degrees Celsius, and with a three-level battery protection to complement a variety of systems and set-ups – you can go from drink breaks on the rocks, to throwing back a beer on the boat. Keep your cooler under control thanks to the top-quality fittings doubling as tie-down points, while smooth-textured walls and a drainage bung enable easy, hygienic cleaning. For versatility on every adventure, the lightweight but sturdy build allows easy manoeuvring while removable baskets keep your cold snacks in check among the rough and tumble of the outdoors. From the blistering burn to the brisk winters, the cabinet boasts heat resistance and both a fully-insulated base and lid.
Savour the sizzle of cold snag hitting the hotplate, thanks to the EvaKool Fibreglass Infinity Fridge Freezer 60L.
Smooth-textured walls for easy cleaning
Fully insulated base & lid
Lightweight yet sturdy
No absorption of food flavour or odour
High quality fittings double as tie-down points
Drainage bung for easy cleaning
Compressor operates on angles at 30 degrees Celsius
Three-level, low-voltage battery protection
Includes: 1x basket, 1x manual, 1x 1.8-metre 12-Volt Anderson to 2-Pin military lead + cigarette to Anderson adaptor, and 1x 12/240-Volt slimline power adaptor with Anderson connection
89L x 44.5W x 43H cm
95L x 50W x 48H cm
59L x 31.8W x 31H cm
DC 180 cm
Approx. Drink Capacity:
60 375ml Cans
High Gloss Fibreglass
Refrigeration Grade PU Foam
12V DC | 24V DC | 240V AC
Economy/Eco − Fridge Only 0.7 − 1 Ah/h @12 V set 5°C | Normal − Fridge Only 1 − 1.5 Ah/h @12 V set 5°C | Normal − Fridge/Freezer 1.5 − 2 Ah/h @12 V set −16°C | 32°C Ambient
Can the hinges and catches be reversed to have the lid open in the opposite direction?
Andy - Thornlie, WA (11 months ago)
It can't, no. The hinges and latches are fixed with pot rivets, so the only way to change this would be to drill them out, and swap everything over. The original holes in the fiberglass won't line up, so you'd need to drill new holes.