How To Run a 37qt ARB Fridge/Freezer For (Practically) Forever March 18, 2015 14:12
Small portable fridges - like the ARB Fridge/Freezer - are popular for a lot of reasons: They're rugged, they keep food and drinks below 40 degrees fahrenheit (thermoelectric coolers often can't get that cold), and they require only a small amount of electrical power. As you can read in our article about the ARB Fridge/Freezer and Battery Life, a smaller 37, 50, or even 63 quart ARB fridge/freezer (for example) uses less than one amp per hour to keep cold. It can be connected to an ArkPak and, depending on the size of your battery, your fridge can run for the better part of a week.
The ARB Fridge-Freezer and Battery Life - What You Need To Know March 18, 2015 13:44
If you own an ARB fridge freezer, or you're thinking about buying one, you might be wondering how long you can plug the fridge/freezer into your vehicle without risking a dead battery. We can help you figure that out, as well as give you some background info that will help you with other questions you have about powering electrical devices off your vehicle's battery.
Koolatron Cooler vs ARB Fridge/Freezer - A Quick Comparison March 14, 2015 03:39
Since many of the people who purchase an ArkPak are using it to power a portable fridge or thermoelectric cooler, we decided to compare a couple of popular options. Here's a comparison of the Koolatron 52 Quart Krusader and the ARB 50 Quart Fridge/Freezer.