Reddit Reddit reviews Dometic CFX-95DZUS Dual Zone Portable Electric Refrigerator/Freezer  90 Quarts

We found 4 Reddit comments about Dometic CFX-95DZUS Dual Zone Portable Electric Refrigerator/Freezer  90 Quarts. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Dometic CFX-95DZUS Dual Zone Portable Electric Refrigerator/Freezer  90 Quarts
PLENTY OF ROOM - Holds 117 12-oz. cans.KEEP IT COOL - Dual Zone model with two separate thermostats to configure the two separate compartments at the temperatures (-8 Degrees F to +50 Degrees F) of your choice.POWER OPTIONS - Runs on 120-volt AC, 12-volt DC or 24-volt DC power.EASY TO USE - Soft-touch digital controls and optional App for Android and iOS phone or tablet.SIZED RIGHT – 85 liters/3.3 cubic ft./100 quarts.
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4 Reddit comments about Dometic CFX-95DZUS Dual Zone Portable Electric Refrigerator/Freezer  90 Quarts:

u/Richard__Grayson · 1 pointr/Electricity

The specific refrigerator is This One. It plugs into a 120VAC power source, but it can run off a 12VDC power source as well.

u/cr0ft · 1 pointr/vandwellers

Something like a Dometic chest-style portable fridge (top loading) will draw maybe half an amp when it has done the initial job of chilling everything so you can easily run both a fridge and a laptop and stuff off solar and some deep cycle (or better yet, Lithium) batteries. Heck, you can have a fridge and a freezer on batteries easily if you like ice cream.

https://www.amazon.com/Dometic-CFX-95DZUS-Portable-Electric-Refrigerator/dp/B01GEK9ZAK (ok, granted, the 85 liter dual zone is the big one in the lineup and it's a thousand bucks, but it's also what I'm getting if and when I get my van project off the ground.)

u/chriSV_650 · 1 pointr/vandwellers

How do you pull 790w from two 325w panels? Or are you saying you have some 100w panels in the mix also? I'm fine spending money to get a decent charge controller so no problem there. I may just go with the one 330w panasonic for now. I'm trying to power a fridge, two fans, charging phone/laptops, and occasionally running the sound system. What do you think?