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Please could anyone advise on the make /model of a reliable  near full size boat fridge.

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maggie
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Steve & Maggie.

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Not quite an ancient mariner ..... though some say he was at sea before Pontius was a pilate !

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Both the waeco & isotherm cookers are reliable.....possible models to
look at are the  CR110, MDC90 or Cruise 100. These are all under the
worktop size.

Or you can look at the Shoreline

All of these generally use the well known Danfoss 12v compressor

Regards

Jason  

PS - Most local hire fleets & boat builders use the above


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I have to say our Shoreline (LEC) N705/W  RR46W  110 x Ltr 12v compressor type fridge, supplied by Jason / SOS24:7  has been superb.  (Apart from a pesky internal light switch)   It fits under worktop and has never let us down, it is approaching 6 x years old anytime now.

One problem is that onboard deck totty will insist on putting food in the blasted thing rather than beer


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We have a shoreline fridge which is full size , it chills very quickly and has room for plenty of wine  Smile
The only downside was that being full size it was not easy to accomodate in the galley, as Jason will confirm !!
We are very happy with it and it seems to run very economically as far as battery consumption is concerned. Cool Indifference

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Gird your loins and grit your teeth ready for seeing the prices though!



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Prices are not too bad for a good quality 12v fridge.

I set up the original Waeco distributor agreement for Norfolk over 10
years ago, however you can now purchase these fridges any where!

Waeco (like most large manufacturers) just want 'increased sales
every year',  so now sell to as many outlets as possible.

With every marine/chandlery outlet selling these fridges it actually  
pushes the price down for the end customer, and at the moment we
can supply the MDC90 @ £580+VAT and the CR110 @ £480+VAT.

(including delivery within 30miles of Ludham Bridge AND a donation
to the forum!!)

Regards

Jason

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http://marine.dometicgroup.com/en/products/compressor_refrigerators_5932.php?hirID=293&sprID=2&artOrigID=125

Delivery on a MDC90 is approx 1 week.



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http://marine.dometicgroup.com/en/products/compressor_refrigerators_5929.php?hirID=457&sprID=2&artOrigID=16695

Delivery on CR fridges are normally within 2 -3 days


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What is the difference between a 12volt fridge and a 240volt fridge? (Alright, APART from 228volts). If it's as I suspect, simply the substitution of a 12volt DC compressor for a 240volt AC, then this is another example of the rip-off applied to anything labelled "marine".

Sorry, I've got my "grumbling-crumbly" hat on today. Wink

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http://www.worldofcamping.co.uk/dometic-waeco-rf60-3-
way-camping-fridge-3116?
utm_source=google&utm_medium=PLA&utm_campaign=feed&of_t
id=imtrkxQJVroYrYd08SXSDucXeNyi9lPpx-
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Sorry I have just re- read the advert and the fridges
in question are not suitable for boats or caravans.
Ideal I suppose if your backpacking for a long period
and you're built like Geoff Capes

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