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Summer is almost over...I am hesitate to pull trigger on this deal.
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Like I've said before. These are using cheap Chinese compressors. I couldn't get the smaller one to keep things frozen. Not a huge fan.
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Never heard of this brand. I've tried other coolers of this type before and they're pretty lousy. Takes all day to get something to drop just 10-20 degrees.
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Looks like it's only 50 W, which is great for power efficiency as it will result in longer compressor run times.

If that's not your goal and you want convenience, and the ability to open it multiple times per hour for tailgating, this is definitely not the cooler for you.
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Never heard of this brand. I've tried other coolers of this type before and they're pretty lousy. Takes all day to get something to drop just 10-20 degrees.
Thermoelectric cooler tend to have that problem. I could put something cold in one during a road trip and it would stay cold, but it would take 24 hrs to cool a drink on its own.
These Massimo's are compressor refrigerators, like all home refrigerators. While empty I got one of these down to just above freezing in an hour or so. I haven't done any more testing myself. Online reviews mentioned that it can't keep things frozen on a 100 degree day when it's out in the sun, but I kind of doubt my home refrigerator could function in direct sunlight like that.
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