Long cruise? Dometic Patrol icebox runs (for days) without electricity


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Dometic Outdoor - Patrol Icebox
Dometic Outdoor – Patrol Icebox

Many boats now have a refrigerator installed on board, but sometimes space is not enough and an external icebox can be especially useful, especially when it requires no power supply. To solve the problem of refrigerated space, Dometic Outdoor steps in with its
Patrol super iceboxes
, designed specifically for outdoor, fishing and activities where electricity may not be a given. And regardless of whether you fish or not, in the case of prolonged outings, extra cool space certainly can only come in handy.

Iceboxes Dometic Patrol

Dometic Patrol iceboxes, the brand claims, are not only sturdy and available in 3 different volumes (19, 36, 54 L), but are designed to hold ice for days, regardless of the conditions of the outdoor environment. Designed to meet the needs of fishermen, hunters and outdoor enthusiasts, they do not require any kind of external power supply, keeping their contents cool for several days (depending, of course, on the temperatures they encounter).

Dometic Outdoor – Patrol Jacket

The principle on which they are based is basically simple, passive refrigeration. That is, the very structure of the icebox (made of especially durable materials) preserves the temperature of the inserted ice while minimizing heat loss through special polyurethane insulation and a labyrinth seal. Obviously, in addition to a particularly good volume-to-weight (empty) ratio, the icebox also features a drain hole, which is necessary to get rid of liquids easily, also simplifying cleaning.

Dometic Outdoor – Patrol Icebox


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