When you are traveling in your RV you need a refrigerator to keep your food and drinks cold. There are many different fridges on the market and choosing the right one can be tricky. If you camp often and have a family of four then you might need the capacity of a residential fridge. These fridges do draw a lot of power so you may want to add a heavy battery bank and inverter if you travel a lot and stay at developed campgrounds with electric hookups.
This Dometic refrigerator is a two-door model with an ice maker! It has an interior LED light for easy locating of your food and drink. It also has a reversible door design and a 1-liter compartment for soda bottles. The doors are secured with locks to ensure your food and beverage stays secure on bumpy roads.
These fridges work on absorption technology which works with electricity, batteries, and propane. The silver chloride inside is attracted to ammonia gas and when heated it produces cooled water. The water then passes to the freezer where it freezes and is held in place by the ice. This fridge is a bit small at only 3.5 cubic feet but it’s great for smaller RV’s or for those who don’t need a huge honkin’ refrigerator.
This is a nice refrigerator that can be powered by electricity, batteries or propane. It has a digital display with an ice alarm and temperature control. It is very quiet and has a reversible door. It is made of stainless steel and has a beautiful stylus finish. It is a bit pricey but it is built well and looks great in any rv fridge