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Old 06-03-2016, 02:23 PM   #1
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anyone use a Sun Frost refrigerator?

Could you give us your opinion of them?

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They have several variants... one can run on 12v dc.

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Could you give us your opinion of them?

Refrigerators & Freezers - SunFrost.com

They have several variants... one can run on 12v dc.
I see they have one in 48v, great find! That would give me A/C, fridge and heating/hot water all on 48v.... no inverter loss with a 48v battery bank (I think). Another thread to keep an eye on...

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A little pricey. I bought a Nova Kool.
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