Koolatron 52-Quart Krusader Cooler

Koolatron 52-Quart Krusader Cooler

Koolatron 52-Quart Krusader Cooler

  • Cools to 40°F below the outside temperature
  • State-of-the-art thermoelectric cooling technology
  • Reverse the power cord to turn the cooler into a warmer
  • Fits up to 80 12 oz soda cans

The Koolatron P-85 Krusader Cooler uses a 12 Volt thermoelectric module powered by cigarette lighter in your vehicle to cool your favourite drinks and snacks to 40° Fahrenheit below the ambient temperature. The P-85 Krusader Cooler is the largest 12 volt cooler available. It fits 80- 12 oz cans, and is great for large families or serious tailgating. Koolatron 12 Volt Coolers and Warmers will heat or cool your lunch and beverages. You can use Koolatron 12 Volt Coolers in your car, RV, boat, truck, dorm or just at home as spare fridge. So while you relax and enjoy quiet, dependable 12 volt cooling, other campers and drivers are stuck in the “Ice Age”, standing in line to buy overpriced ice or driving from store to store looking for an ice.By reversing the power cord you can also turn the Koolatron P-85 Krusader into a warmer to keep “fast food” or “take out food” hot on the way home. Take a full load of hot chocolate or coffee to the gang in winter, or a hot casserole and other hot food

List Price: $ 199.95

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3 Responses to “Koolatron 52-Quart Krusader Cooler”

  1. Dennis R. Strobaugh Reply August 29, 2014 at 7:27 pm
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for Pro Drivers, May 16, 2010
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    Dennis R. Strobaugh (Midwest, USA) –
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    This review is from: Koolatron 52-Quart Krusader Cooler (Automotive)
    Product EXCEEDED expectations! Had a Coleman previous with marginal results. This is PERFECT for Pro Drivers. VERY easy on the Batteries and keeps what you want very nice and COLD.

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  2. 16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great cooler!, January 11, 2007
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    J. White (Federal Way, WA United States) –
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    I bought this cooler to use in the car while moving out of state. It was really handy to have. Very roomy and light weight (empty). It keeps drinks/food cold, but not as chilled as I had expected. I suppose this probably has to do with how much stuff you put into it. Overall, I was quite satisfied.

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  3. 31 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not as good as it could be, August 8, 2007
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    D. Miller (New Mexico) –
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    I used to own a Koolatron cooler. I used to think it was the best thing I’d ever run across. But I have changed my mind.

    Reason #1: It can only cool, at best, to 40 to 45 degrees F below the ambient temperature. (Read the Koolatron info for yourself) That means if it’s 95 outside the box, the coldest it will get inside the box is 50 degrees F. Not too chilly if you you were hoping for a (n)ice COLD drink. Also not as low a temperature as is recommended for food storage safety. Daily temps of 90 to 95 are commonplace in many areas in the summer. If you have warm stuff you want to chill, it takes a long time to get the temp down.

    Reason #2: It is a battery hog. It will draw your auto battery down an uncomfortable amount over a days running, unless the battery is receiving a charge as in, the engine is running. So I found it not too useful for a camping trip of longer duration than just a single day or a day trip, where (a) there was no AC power available, and (b) you didn’t want to drive or run the engine every day.

    I’d say it works well enough to be used as a transportation cooler. Load it at point A, unload or use the contents up shortly at point B.

    I have been much happier with the Extreme type of cooler offered by Coleman and others. These have extra thick walls. If used with frozen bottles of water there’s no melted ice (water) to deal with. Maybe a little condensation, but that’s all. And they keep my stuff COLD for several days at a stretch.

    Just my opinion.

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