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Dometic ACX40 G Combicool Camping 3 Way Fridge

  • Dometic ACX40G camping cool box
  • Dometic Combicool ACX40G 3 way camping fridge
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£299.95 (inc VAT ) £249.96 (exc VAT )
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Dometic ACX40 G 3 Way Camping Fridge 12v Mains Gas

The ACX40G camping coolbox is a extremely stylish 3 way fridge form Dometic, with fridge capacity of 40 litres and stores both 1.5 ltr and 2 ltr bottles.It is aslo able to cool up to 25°C below the ambient temperature. This camping fridge runs on 3 energy sources, 12v (For when driving in the car ideally), 230v Mains (For used at home or if you have access to a campsite mains hook up) & gas canisters for when you're in remote areas.

Dometic Combicool ACX40G Key Features:

  • Cooling up to 25°C below the ambient temperature
  • Energy supply guaranteed anywhere it is used
  • Works on gas canisters, 12 volts and Mains
  • Ready for use with standard gas cartridges! Giving you total independence
  • Completely silent operation
  • Vertical space for 1.5L and 2L bottles
  • Single Butane Gas Canister can last up to 24 -26 hours dependant on the ambient temperature
  • Piezo ignition

Other Details

Storage volume (approx.):
40 Litres
Energy supply:
12 V DC / 230 V AC / Gas cartridge
Energy consumption (12 V):
85 W
Energy consumption (230 V):
85 W
Gas consumption:
9.8 g/h
Cooling (below ambient temperature):
max. 25°C
Aluminium finish / Black
444 x 500 x 508 mm (H x W x D)

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  1. Great on electric, passable on gas. 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Jul 2017

    On 240V, this will genuinely create ice (albeit probably only on the tiny little heat-exchanger "shelf"... you won't be able to make or keep ice when driving and the ice will have melted within a few hours on gas.
    The gas was definitely a little disappointing - even on the max setting the ice was melting fast, but it is better than any refrigerated camping coolbox - I'll confirm in a few weeks how long the milk lasts in there, but you're definitely not going to keep any meat frozen for more than the drive to the campsite... and even then, it's a steady defrost.
    The 12V remains untested, but I'm hoping that it will be as good as the electric, so I can get the temperature down with a little bump from a portable battery pack!
    Before anybody asks - the gas+electric tests were conducted on the same spirit-levelled table in our kitchen (with the doors open when on gas and with the gas disconnected entirely when on electric).