Max Burton Portable Fridge/Freezer

Jun 1, 2016

Category: Gear

Hot parking lots or days at the beach shouldn’t hamper your love of good food. Whether you want to make sure you have a whole locker full of meat kept nice and cool before you throw it on the grill, or a bunch of ice cold drinks close at hand – Max Burton’s 53 quart portable freezer is more than capable.

Powered by a 50.4 watt compressor that runs on a car battery, this cooler falls in the grey area between portable fridge and tailgating cooler. Designed to automatically shut off before draining your battery, it’s a simple cooling solution that adds a whole lot of wiggle room when it comes to planning out what you are going to cook up at the beach or ball game. If you don’t feel like using an outlet to keep this cool – no worries – it can maintain temperatures for up to four hours without a charge. To make transporting this 47 pound cooler easier, they included spring-loaded rubber wrapped handles so you and your friends can get a comfortable grip. Prices start at $650. [Purchase]

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