None, I had to work for my money and I am not about to throw a bunch away on a little Lithium battery that won’t run my van. My battery set and solar and controller cost $800. Huge in comparison. Works when its cold too......... Goal Zero Lithium Powerstation?
Having a fridge is one of the best things about our van. It was a delightful surprise. The first time we pulled eggs or hotdogs out of a dry cold fridge instead of a wet cooler..... PRICELESS. And bringing premade soups/chili on the trip is much better with a fridge.We are still on cooler v.1
I love the Yeti marketing juggernaut, so have always wanted to join those whose cooler cost more than their pickup. But no. My partner found an Igloo max cold for $8. It holds ice 5 days. Tests show it right behind the roto-molded new wave coolers, about 90% as effective. So $8.
We have a space designed for this cooler, an RTIC cooler, or an Engel 40 fridge.
The outlet is there for the fridge, but so far, we cant justify the need.
We sometimes stay a week or more on one site, (in our other RV), till the electric, water and food run out, and in this case the ice would too.
So we changed how we roll. Now every 4 days we crank up the van and head to get supplies, including ice. More important, ice cream!
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Norcold NR751, has a freezer, works great.
Weird, I have a NR751 and had to turn it down to 1, as at 2, it was almost freezing stuff inside (beer, milk, etc) that was close to the freezer. At setting 1, the stuff in the freezer is frozen (ice cream and burritos) and the stuff in the fridge is **** cold. The stuff I want a touch warmer gets put in the door, the stuff I want coldest gets put next to the freezer, and the bottom is the middle.
I found the freezer door on my NR 751 was popping open a tiny bit and the Ice cream got soft. I added a velcro strip and circle so when I want I can close the freezer door and push the velcro strip into the velcro dot on the face of the door and it stays frozen.
I think you have a defective fridge dude