IceCo iFreezer

Mar 25, 2019

Category: Tech

Springing forward, we have longer days with plenty of warm sunshine to bathe in, so enjoying a cold one outdoors is a must. Whether you’re camping or heading to the beach, you can easily keep your brews and food cool with the hybrid fridge and freezer dubbed the IceCo iFreezer.

According to IceCo, the iFreezer is the world’s first portable device that cools and freezes simultaneously. The interior has two separate spaces: a 7.5L freezer and a 12L refrigerator. For a larger fridge space, you can remove the partition for a 20L cooling compartment. You’ll be able to maintain your meals and beverages perfectly thanks to a wide chill range from 50°F to -1°F. If you’re parched and want to cool your drinks fast, the portable fridge freezes down to 32°F in just 15 minutes. The anti-electromagnetic cooling device comes with the iFreezer app, allowing you to utilize the intelligent temperature control. No matter what the weather is like, the freezer will work flawlessly for five hours before needing a charge. You can sign up for the early bird price of $399 right now.

Purchase: $399

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