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Old 04-18-2016, 03:20 PM   #15
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We thought a basement freezer would be a good idea as many have posted.

We bought a dedicated 110v freezer which works very nicely and holds temp while traveling for 8 - 10 hours per day. (Of course it helps that the generator is running the AC to keep us cool on 90+ degree days.)

However, we do not use the freezer very often. The $150 still was well spent for our purposes.
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Old 04-18-2016, 06:03 PM   #16
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There are several of these. Dometic is a well known RV accessory maker. ARB makes these for the expedition market and it is a high quality unit. However if you really want the best quality (though you will pay for it) you should look at National Luna
I have the ARB 63qt and it is either in my overlanding Land Cruiser (also our TOAD) on a slide, or in the basement slide on the Coach. I'm *pretty* sure Dometic builds the ARB unit, but I could be wrong with these newer ones. Quite the impressive unit. Luna's are mighty purdy, but overpriced IMHO.
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Old 04-19-2016, 08:57 AM   #17
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We thought a basement freezer would be a good idea as many have posted.

We bought a dedicated 110v freezer which works very nicely and holds temp while traveling for 8 - 10 hours per day. (Of course it helps that the generator is running the AC to keep us cool on 90+ degree days.)

However, we do not use the freezer very often. The $150 still was well spent for our purposes.
We also have 1 Haier and 1 brand X, 1.3 cf, 110 V, freezers. Keep one in the basement all the time and 1 under the table when on fishing trips (I'm optimistic). They run on the inverter/charger when traveling.
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Old 04-19-2016, 11:24 PM   #18
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One major feature I love about our Edgestar is that it automatically switches from AC to DC so when I'm plugged into 110 it switches over yo that; unplug and it switches to 12V... No worry no hassle... I simply set the temp (freezer or fridge) and never have to touched it again...

We're at a CG now and it's running off 110 but while driving here it was on 12V.....
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