Summit 26 L Portable Cooler with Handles - 12V/24V  Model:SPRF26

Dimensions

  • Height: 17"
  • Width: 21.25"
  • Depth: 14.25"
  • Summit 26 L Portable Cooler with Handles - 12V/24V
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    Summit 26 L Portable Cooler with Handles - 12V/24V

    The Summit (SPRF26) 26 liter Portable Cooler is ideal for on-the-go activities, especially road trips, as it is designed to plug into car and/or boat lighter sockets! It can be set to operate as a refrigerator or a freezer, great for keeping food and drinks cold on trips, or for keeping ice cream or frozen treats from melting. A digital thermostat with an external LED thermometer display allows for easy temperature control without having to open the lid. The hammered aluminum interior can hold up to 26 liters or 18 standard glass bottles.

    This compressor operated unit can be plugged into the 12V DC lighter socket in any vehicle or boat, as well as 24V power sources. Also included is a power adapter that enables the cooler to be plugged into any 110V wall outlet. Carrying and loading the cooler is simple thanks to the study side handles and a lightweight design. An optional transport trolley is also available for purchase.

    • Car Socket Compatible:

      Primarily designed for use in cars, boats or other vehicles, this unit can be plugged in to any 12V or 24V powers source, or 110V wall outlets using the included adapter

    • Digital Thermostat:

      Temperature control is easy with electronic controls and an external digital readout, allowing for temperature adjustment without opening the lid

    • Multi-Purpose Unit:

      With a generous 6 L/0.9 cu. ft carrying capacity, this unit can be used for personal or medical refrigeration purposes

    Specifications & Manuals

    • Model: SPRF26
    • Brand: Summit
    • Portable 12V/24V cooler
    • Refrigeration or freezing capability
    • Plugs into typical 12V DC car lighter socket
    • Also compatible with 24V sources and 110V wall sockets (with adapter)
    • Parts/Labor warranty: 1 year
    • Compressor warranty: 5 years
    • Summit 26 L Portable Cooler with Handles
    • Hammered aluminum interior
    • External digital thermostat adjustment
    • Can operate down to-18°C
    • Doubles as a portable mini freezer
    • Side carrying handles
    • Weight: 40 lbs
    • Capacity: 26 L/0.9 cu.ft.
    • Dimensions: 17" H x 21.25" W x 14.25" D

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    Customer Reviews

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    Summit 26 L Portable Cooler with Handles 2 5 1 1
    Final review on hold This product is not a true 110v AC/ 12v DC. It only has a 12v cigarette lighter cord to use. You plug it into either your car (or in my case boat) 12v DC cigarette lighter, or you plug it into a transformer they supply that converts 110v AC to 24v DC. With the AC adapter (ie, 24v DC) it would cool down to Zero degrees Fahrenheit. (Of course it only reads in Centigrade). But with only 12v DC (ie, your car or boat) it sometimes only got to 28 degrees Fahrenheit. (24v DC is much more efficient than 12v DC, but Summit's service department didn't know this.) Then an Error code appeared on 12v and wouldn't work on 12v, then it occurred with 24v and it didn't work at all. The technical support staff at the manufacturer (Summit) was less than helpful (like insisting that it runs on 110v AC) until the Error code appeared. Then they immediately instigated a return to them for replacement. We will see. Maybe I just got a lemon built on a Monday. I hope to be able to write a review after I get my new unit. This will be too much money to have spent on an inferior unit. June 19, 2011
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