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Avanti 1.7 cu. ft. Superconductor Mini Refrigerator in Stainless Steel with AC/DC Adapter
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Avanti

1.7 cu. ft. Superconductor Mini Refrigerator in Stainless Steel with AC/DC Adapter

  • 1.7 cu. ft. capacity stores a variety of items
  • Reversible door with bottle storage
  • Dual power options using AC or DC
$160.04 /each

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The Avanti Superconductor Mini Refrigerator provides 1.7 cu. ft. of refrigeration capacity with quiet thermoelectric cooling technology. Featuring dual power options using 115-volt AC or 12-volt DC power with the included 12-volt adapter, this unit uses R134A refrigerant but has no compressor. This allows for quiet operation while performing as efficiently as a compressor would, with additional auto-defrosting technology. Other key features include an adjustable thermostat, a reversible door and a door shelf that fits a 2-liter bottle, giving you all the functionality you deserve with all the features you expect in a premium refrigerator.

  • Ideally designed for use in hotels, dormitories, office spaces, boats and RVs
  • 1.7 cu. ft. storage capacity offers ample space in a compact size
  • Reversible door accommodates right- or left-handed operation
  • Interior shelf on door offers additional storage
  • One 12-volt adapter included for convenience
  • Soft interior light with on/off switch offers easy visibility
  • Free-standing installation only
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how many amps does it draw?

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I ran a test on the refrigerator in my garage before I went on vacation. My van battery was at 12.8 volts when I started and I kept checking it every 2 hours. After running the frig on the van battery for 12 hours the van battery was down to 12.0 volts. You don't want to run the battery down much more than that or you could damage your van battery. At 11.5 volts you would damage it. Keep in mind this is Read More
I ran a test on the refrigerator in my garage before I went on vacation. My van battery was at 12.8 volts when I started and I kept checking it every 2 hours. After running the frig on the van battery for 12 hours the van battery was down to 12.0 volts. You don't want to run the battery down much more than that or you could damage your van battery. At 11.5 volts you would damage it. Keep in mind this is in my garage at 55 degrees and inside the frig it is 35 degrees so its only a 20 degree difference. So no excess heat or sunlight. That is why just to be safe I said in my review just a few hours off the battery only. Most vans have at least one power outlet that stays on all the time. Read Less
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Take the first answer with a grain of salt. He says 120V when the description says 115V. And another site specifically says this is 1.1amps and also specs it at 115V just as HomeDepot does. I wish these things would be more clear and if someone answering has clashing information, they clarify why it's different so that we can why to trust it or not.
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120v AC 6.5amps, DC unknown
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How many Amps...?

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I also would like to know how much power this draws on 12vt...?
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120v AC 6.5amps
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Refrigerator Width

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What is the difference between "Refrigerator Width" vs "Product Width", why 4 inches different? Could somebody help?
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1.7 cu. ft. Superconductor Mini Refrigerator in Stainless Steel with AC/DC Adapter is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Adequate mini-fridge This fridge was not as good as I hope. First, there is no compressor noise, but the internal cooling fan is loud and is getting louder by the day. It's as loud as the compressor on a normal fridge. Second, on AC, it's drawing 73 watts or 0.91 amps. For 1.7 cu. ft., in my opinion, is awful. It may do better on DC power, I do not know. The build quality seems to be excellent, except for the loud cooling fan. You can not place anything directly in front of the cooling fan or the fridge will never turn off. So, you lose some interior capacity for that reason. I was drawn to this fridge because of the dual power option. I was expecting a draw of 40-50 watts and a cycle time of 50% or better. I can achieve a 50% cycle time but food and drinks are barely chilled. I guess I misunderstood the term superconductor technology. I thought this fridge was cooled by a chemical reaction, but apparently it's cooled by a peltier application, which explains the high power draw. Overall, I'm not disappointed with the shortcomings. There are not many choices for an inexpensive 12 volt fridge at the price range. I just wish marketing was a little more truthful and forthcoming with their product descriptions.
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for my 1969 VW Westfalia I put this lttle bad boy in my 1969 VW Westfalia camper bus. Fit in the old cabinet all I had to do was cut some ventalation holes and wire to my deep cycle battery which is charged by a solar panel and a generator when needed, Works great even on the 120 degree day a few weeks ago kept every thing ice cold.
Date published: 2013-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little refrigerator I love this little refrigerator. It is very handy for traveling in my van. We traveled over the Easter holidays for 4 days and was able to keep our food cold in the van and at my mother in laws. You can run the refrigerator off the van battery for several hours with out any problems.
Date published: 2016-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Product I bought this fridge for my boat. It works great. Doesn't seem to pull too hard on the batteries when we're away from the dock. Keeps food plenty cold & runs really quiet in the cabin. It seems to be a little flimsy made but I'm not using it as a recking ball so I'm well satisfied. When comparing cost to other 12 volt refrigerators it is a real bargain.
Date published: 2015-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from so far so good. It's working great This fridge cools like a fridge should. I have it in my Semi. I have been looking for a fridge for a long time. When I read that this one cools better than the fridges that only cool to 40 degrees below the outside temp I had to try it. So far so good.
Date published: 2013-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as it should I bought this product for my semi. It keeps everything cold. It is quite and uses very little energy. I can leave it plugged in over the weekend and my battery power is not drained. Great product. It arrived sooner than expected.
Date published: 2013-12-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall value - I am pleased! I have used it twice so far. It seems to cool well, and does not put a real strain on the battery. I have it mounted in a old Scamp camper, mostly a hunting shack, and at times I use the 110v power to cool it all down before we go. Then I unplug the 110v, and plug in the 12v, and go. We had a slight ding in the face plate, but very slight. We did not complain about it.. If you want to replace a camper fridge, and don't need the LP option of the $900 units, I would recommend this.
Date published: 2014-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good purchase Nice fridge to install in a big rig being motor less.
Date published: 2015-12-15
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