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ARB Fridge Freezer

(Image/Offroad Images Studio Photography)

ARB’s got a line of Portable Fridge/Freezers that are practically must-haves for anyone who’s into hunting, camping, overlanding, or who otherwise spends a lot of time in their car or truck.

These aren’t just gussied-up dorm-room fridges either, they’re purpose-built for off-road environments and boast rugged durability.

Better still, they don’t use ice, so you won’t be lugging those heavy bags to-and-from your campground or jobsite.

ARB says they can be used as a fridge or freezer by simply adjusting the front-panel controls to the appropriate temperature.

ARB Fridge Freezer Open

ARB makes these fridge/freezer units in several different sizes. (Image/Offroad Images Studio Photography)

The unit is powered by your vehicle’s battery, but ARB’s clever circuit design automatically shuts off the fridge if it senses your battery is getting too weak to start the vehicle.

So your car still starts and your bologna stays cold—call that a win-win.

According to ARB, an average car battery will power the fridge/freezer for about two days without requiring that safeguard circuit to kick in.

You can get an ARB fridge/freezer combo in 37-, 50-, 63-, and 82-quart sizes. So whether you’re cooling brewskies for the softball team or storing a frozen brisket for dinner, ARB’s got the right size for you.

At this year’s SEMA show, we hooked up with the gang at ARB to learn more about these handy fridges. Check out the video to learn more:

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Author: Paul Sakalas

Paul is the editor of OnAllCylinders. When he's not writing, you'll probably find him fixing oil leaks in a Jeep CJ-5 or roof leaks in an old Corvette ragtop. Thanks to a penchant for vintage Honda motorcycles, he spends the rest of his time fiddling with carburetors and cleaning chain lube off his left pant leg.