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Old February 23rd, 2012, 07:13 PM
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Coleman 5645 Thermoelectric Cooler. While not an ARB or Engle fridge, it's still a good cooler for road trips and weekend outings. I've used it on several long weekend outings with great results. Gently used condition, still looks and operates as new.

120v plug and 12v cigarette light adapter included.

$60 firm, shipped.

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Old February 24th, 2012, 03:01 PM
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SOLD! Thanks D-90 Source!
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Old February 24th, 2012, 03:28 PM
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Old February 24th, 2012, 03:40 PM
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I have one and it is awesome!
Thanks. They are actually not that bad of an electric cooler. I contemplated keeping it since my ARB purchase, but it just takes up space.
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FYI anyone who missed out on this, Buy.com (and probably others) are running a special on these for almost 40% off, at $85 shipped for the Coleman 40 Quart Powerchill Thermoelectric Cooler with Car Power Supply.

http://www.buy.com/prod/coleman-40-q...ngid=196035798

Manufacturer: Coleman
Mfg Part#: 5644-710
Buy.com Sku: 200047785
UPC: 076501347029
UPC 14: 00076501347029

Package Weight: 18.2 lbs
Buy.com Sales Rank: 3612

The Coleman PowerChill 40-Quart Thermoelectric Cooler with Power Supply cools to 40 degrees below the surrounding temperature. It is ideal for offices, dorm rooms, RVs, campers, and truck cabs. With a huge storage capacity, it can more than 40 beverage cans and snacks. The roomy Coleman PowerChill 40 quart cooler can accommodate 2-liter bottles in upright position and the adjustable shelf divider help organize things neatly. This camping cooler features molded handles for easy portability. It features adjustable door that can be opened from any side and is so quiet that you'll forget the Coleman thermoelectric cooler is running. Patented adjustable door opens on right or left side and Coleman thermoelectric cooler transitions easily from horizontal to vertical. You can also use the included power supply for 120-volt household voltage and the 12-volt plug on the road.

Features
a)New motor design provides quiet, long lasting performance
b)40 quart capacity
c)Cools to 40F below surrounding temperature
d)Holds 44 cans plus snacks
e)Can be positioned upright or as a chest
f)Tray shelf included to keep items organized
g)Plugs into cigarette lighter with included 12v adapter
h)Limited 1 year warranty
i)Door can be converted to open from the left or right
j)Perfect for the office, dorm rooms, RVs, campers, truck cabs, cars, SUVs
k)Exterior dimensions: 21.75" x 15" x 17.125"
l)Made in the USA of US and foreign components
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Amazingly buy.com is doing a promo for another $10 off that department through 4/30...just ordered one shipped to my door for $75:
http://www.buy.com/retail/coupon.asp?prid=84731145
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How do you compare it with the ARB?
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How do you compare it with the ARB?
Not even in the same category. The Coleman is good for road trips or light camping. It cools, but doesn't get stuff really cold. It also draws more power.
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How do you compare it with the ARB?
1/10 of the price...
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1/10 of the price...
With 1/10 of the cooling/freezing function... you get what you pay for.

I have both an Engel and the above unit as Jonathan pointed out.. it is good for keeping cold items cold, but don't expect it to fill the void of an ARB or Engel.
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Keeping a way-old FS thread going, but figure folks are already subscribed. So mine arrived today, curious as the only thing that just dawned on me is battery draw. Anyone had an issue with this Coleman draining their battery leaving it plugged in overnight?
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Keeping a way-old FS thread going, but figure folks are already subscribed. So mine arrived today, curious as the only thing that just dawned on me is battery draw. Anyone had an issue with this Coleman draining their battery leaving it plugged in overnight?
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Keeping a way-old FS thread going, but figure folks are already subscribed. So mine arrived today, curious as the only thing that just dawned on me is battery draw. Anyone had an issue with this Coleman draining their battery leaving it plugged in overnight?
I was paranoid with mine, so I unplugged it every night and things stayed cool. I have long since gone to dual batteries and an ARB - nearly $1000 later.
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I was paranoid with mine, so I unplugged it every night and things stayed cool. I have long since gone to dual batteries and an ARB - nearly $1000 later.
So...I should keep my $925 and wing it. And just keep jumper cables. That's what I'm hearing .
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So...I should keep my $925 and wing it. And just keep jumper cables. That's what I'm hearing .
Yep, use that $925 and put some armor on your truck, and a really long set of jumper cables or even solar panels,
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