Norcold Portable Refrigerators/Freezers

Norcold Portable Refrigerators/Freezers


The Norcold Portable Refrigerators/Freezers keep beverages cold on hot summer days.


  • Separate refrigerator-only section prevents freezing of select items
  • Indicator light alerts of installation issues
  • Easy-to-clean, removable wire basket for convenience
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When your food and drink needs to stay cold - even on the hottest summer day! Better than a cooler! No Ice!


  • Capacity: 30 Liters/1.06 Cu Ft/42 Cans
  • CFC-free insulation foam and refrigerant
  • Hermetically Sealed Compressor with built-in low voltage protection
  • Electronic Temperature Control Panel displays the internal temperature and allows you to set desired temp
  • Indicator light alerts you to installation issues
  • Separate refrigerator-only section prevents freezing of select items
  • Battery protection with three settable levels prevents battery drain and automatically turns back on when voltage returns
  • Easy-to-clean, removable wire basket for convenience
  • Stainless-steel interior prevents stains and improves cooling
  • Durable and corrosion-proof plastic exterior with heavy-duty removable handles
  • Included DC cord with cigarette lighter plug
  • Optional adaptor allows AC Operation
  • Optional carrying case helps protect refrigerator
  • Easily reversible and removable Hinge Lid
  • Two-year limited warranty
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Norcold Portable Refrigerators/Freezers NRF30 Portable refrigerator/freezer, 42 can capacity, 12VDC
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Norcold Portable Refrigerators/Freezers NRF45 Portable refrigerator/freezer, 64 can capacity, 12VDC
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Norcold Portable Refrigerators/Freezers NRF60 Portable refrigerator/freezer, 86 can capacity, 12VDC
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Norcold AC Adapter for Refrigerators/Freezers 634650 AC adapter for refrigerators/freezers
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