Fenik Yuma 60L Cooler

Sep 27, 2018

Category: Gear

Refrigerators are damaging to the environment, as they eat electricity and emit harmful chemicals into the atmosphere, inspiring Fenik to create a natural way to preserve food and beverages. After four years of meticulous development, Fenik created a miraculous cooler that runs only on water.

Stripped of all the electrical components of a traditional refrigerator, the Fenik Yuma 60L Cooler uses ‘PhaseTek’ technology, allowing water vapor to permeate from the sides of the box without leakage. This evaporative cooling technique is inspired by simple cooling solutions, such as wrapping a towel around a beer or running through sprinklers on a warm summer day. Thanks to the ‘PhaseTek’ material, the temperature inside the box drops 10 to 20 degrees Fahrenheit under normal conditions and even more in dry, arid areas. The self-reliant lightweight Yuma Cooler is easy to assemble, fully collapsible, and stackable when using multiple units. You can pre-order this off-grid portable refrigerator now.

Kickstarter: $120+

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