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    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_Hokie View Post
    Using your original link I am seeing the $349 price now, but backordered.
    Yes, it's been on backordered status; bet yah after Christmas e.g. returns, might get some open box deals. I will check again.
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    If you can't wait for "open box" deal for $349 shipped, check this out!

    New one is on sale for $398 shipped w/no tax and free shipping. Woo hoo! Just ordered one. Will come in handy for the Oregon trip in June: http://www.compactappliance.com/FP43...Travel_Coolers

    Quote Originally Posted by RonCT110 View Post
    Deluxe EdgeStar FP430OB on sale for $349 shipped (open box price): http://www.compactappliance.com/FP43...OB&src=FROOGLE

    Anyone w/experience with this product; on another forum, it was compared to Engel and ARB; draw a lil more power but overall good.

    In this economy, seems like a value model vs higher priced ARB or Engle Fridge of the same capacity. You get what you pay for - seems EdgeStar is not bad price and quality.

    Let me know - this is what I am asking Mrs Santa Clause for Christmas.

    Hopefully I can score one @ this price in Dec.

    Cheers!





    Specs:

    Model: FP430OB
    Operates as a portable freezer or refrigerator
    Volume: 43 qt. / equivalent to 60 12oz. cans
    Easy to read, easy to use control panel
    Range: -8F to 50F
    Voltage power (AC or DC)
    12/24 volt power lead: 6' detachable power cord
    115 volt power lead 8' detachable power cord
    Approval: ETL
    Flash Freeze function rapidly cools the unit to -8F
    Warranty: 90 days labor, 1 year parts
    EdgeStar Portable Fridge/Freezer - 43 Qt.
    Durable and rugged design
    Floor drain
    Insulated lid
    Rounded edges make it safe around the family
    Side-grip comfort handles for easy transport
    Compressor based cooling method freezes faster than Thermoelectric counterparts
    Weight: 45 pounds
    Internal Dimensions: Large basket: 18.96" h x 11.42"w x 15.5"d; Small basket: 11.5"h x 7"w x 7"d
    External Dimensions: 20.8"h x 24.7"w x 17.7"d
    Last edited by RonCT110; 02-07-2010 at 09:03 PM.
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    Wow... That's a nice deal in a new fridge. Bad time to be broke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimo View Post
    Wow... That's a nice deal in a new fridge. Bad time to be broke.
    I am sure it will be on sale again.

    This was my late Christmas gift; told my wife to hold off getting me anything till this one goes on sale or an open box sale comes up.

    Been check and checking - finally paid off!
    Last edited by RonCT110; 02-08-2010 at 05:36 AM.
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    Nice score Ron! I have an ARB MT45 but with a gang as large as mine, I have been thinking of using the MT45 as a freezer and getting another one, perhaps an MT60, to use as a fridge.
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    Good news for you Steven if you received your tax refund back and/or have some cash to spare (just got our FED TAX refund last week - reason why wife and I were able to pull the trigger on this), Edgestars' biggest 86 qt is also on sale.

    Regular price $1,397. On sale for $498.60 no tax to CA (shipping from TX) and free shipping. And it's new not an open box sale: http://www.compactappliance.com/FP86...ble%20Freezers

    Or. This is my first portable freezer. For longest time, I stuck with a standard cooler. Someone suggested dry-ice @ bottom of the cooler. Tried it and works well for short trips (kept meat frozen a lil bit longer vs using regular ice). Might want to consider this to compliment your ARB vs buying a larger one. Store meat/dairy stuff for day 1-2 consumption in the cooler with dry-ice, and than use the ARB for food needing refrigeration for the later consumption.

    And as a side note, the empty cooler comes in handy for storing trash (double bag of course to avoid leaking into the cooler). Plus storing the Petts Wag bags sealed in the empty cooler makes it "stink-free" inside the vehicle (even when the windows are close)!

    Of course, you can always store the Petts in a garbage bag hanging on the back of the vehicle - that works also; I just won't be following you.
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    "Plus storing the Petts Wag bags sealed in the empty cooler makes it "stink-free" inside the vehicle (even when the windows are close)!"

    Ewwwww.....I'm not driinking anthing from your cooler!!!
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    Lol. Ok, I gave out too much info.

    Quote Originally Posted by jhmover View Post
    "Plus storing the Petts Wag bags sealed in the empty cooler makes it "stink-free" inside the vehicle (even when the windows are close)!"

    Ewwwww.....I'm not driinking anthing from your cooler!!!
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    I would think frozen poo is slightly less odiferous....but don't and I mean DON"T reach for the 'lemonade"
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    shouldn't that be "lemon slushy"?
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