Electric Cool Box, £29.99 at Lidl
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Electric Cool Box, £29.99 at Lidl

£29.99
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Found 29th Apr 2010
Quite surprised this hasnt been posted yet, but Lidl are selling 29.5L electric coolboxes for £29.99 from today! They are not a bad size, enough room for a good days food for a small family, tall enough to take a 1.5L bottle standing up, and with the benefit of having both 12V and 240V plugs build in, so you can use it in the car, in a caravan, chalet, etc etc etc. Perfect with the Bank Holiday coming up.

Plus, if you pick up the voucher out of the Mirror plus anything over 1p in price while in store, you can get a fiver off too. Picked one up this morning at Lidl in Rowley Regis, seems well built!

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dont suppose you know how many amps it draws when on?

whatsThePoint;8484526

If you leave this or any other cooler plugged into your car overnight … If you leave this or any other cooler plugged into your car overnight you'll be waking up to a flat battery



got a 120Ah battery for the caravan, and no fridge :thumbsup:

whatsThePoint;8484526

If you leave this or any other cooler plugged into your car overnight … If you leave this or any other cooler plugged into your car overnight you'll be waking up to a flat battery


Who the hell would leave one plugged into their car overnight??? :thinking:

Banned

whatsThePoint;8484526

If you leave this or any other cooler plugged into your car overnight … If you leave this or any other cooler plugged into your car overnight you'll be waking up to a flat battery



Yep, same as leaving your lights on.
So, why would anyone want to do that?

Wish I'd seen this a month ago when I paid £45 which I thought was a good price.:x

Original Poster

Details from the included paperwork;

Input Supply Voltage - 230V-240V AC / 12V DC

Output - 65W (@ 230V-240V AC) / 48W (@12V DC)

So, by reckoning (if I remember my Physics GCSE properly)......

Amps = Watts/Volts

So pluged in to a 12V DC supply, I reckon that comes to 48/12 = 4Amps!!!

Hope that helps :thumbsup:

likez2fly;8484934

Details from the included paperwork;Input Supply Voltage - 230V-240V AC / … Details from the included paperwork;Input Supply Voltage - 230V-240V AC / 12V DCOutput - 65W (@ 230V-240V AC) / 48W (@12V DC)So, by reckoning (if I remember my Physics GCSE properly)......Amps = Watts/VoltsSo pluged in to a 12V DC supply, I reckon that comes to 48/12 = 4Amps!!!Hope that helps :thumbsup:



ah brilliant cheers :thumbsup: have some rep

grab yourself a daily mirror and get £5 off, today only for the voucher
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Got one of these from Lidl years ago (think it was the same price too), its used every summer and still going strong.
HOT!!

Bought one of these from Lidle in France two years ago, and it has been used for two months continuously at a time since then. Great item.

Great price

lazyhazydayz;8486704

Bought one of these from Lidle in France two years ago, and it has been … Bought one of these from Lidle in France two years ago, and it has been used for two months continuously at a time since then.



Blimey I think it's time you considered getting a fridge :-D

whatsThePoint;8485643

didn't the op say that ages ago :?



My bad, skim reading :oops:

When will you be having more of these in store please

Lakeside

Who the hell would leave one plugged into their car overnight??? … Who the hell would leave one plugged into their car overnight??? :thinking:




so you could have nice cold milk on your cornflakes the following morning.

Mines been plugged in my livaboard campervan continuesly since I bought it 3 months ago. With a voltage relay so it only runs when my solar panels or engine are charging. Keeps the beer and butter cool enough unless we have heavy cloud for a couple of days.
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