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Old 12-12-2018, 06:58 PM   #1
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Name that fridge

Anyone know what fridge this is


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Isotherm, not sure of the model number.
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Isotherm, not sure of the model number.
Do you know if they are any good
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I have heard that both Isotherm and Vitrifrigo are excellent, and priced accordingly. A more standard-style one just cotsts a bit more than a Dometic gas-electric, but these pretty drawer-style stainless ones are more expensive. They are based on a DC-powered Danfoss compressor rather than an ammonia-absorption cycle so they're not silent like a regular RV fridge but they're supposed to perform a bit better in hot weather.
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I have heard that both Isotherm and Vitrifrigo are excellent, and priced accordingly. A more standard-style one just cotsts a bit more than a Dometic gas-electric, but these pretty drawer-style stainless ones are more expensive. They are based on a DC-powered Danfoss compressor rather than an ammonia-absorption cycle so they're not silent like a regular RV fridge but they're supposed to perform a bit better in hot weather.
I like the idea of having a gas/electric so when boondocking I can be on gas. These drawer style fridges just look sexy as hell. Come to papa!
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