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Engel MT45F-U1 Portable Fridge Freezer Overland 4x4 AC/DC 12V

  • Every category has one, the gold standard by which all others are measured. That’s the MT45. Whether you’re venturing into the backcountry or out on the high seas, its ample capacity, efficient operation and rugged durability make this the top choice of adventurers worldwide. High Performance 12 Volt Coolers you can trust.
  • All Engel fridge/freezers feature the Engel Swing Motor Compressor. Highly efficient, it typically draws around 1 to 2 Amps per hour (check the specs below), about 40% less than a traditional compressor.
  • Engel fridge/freezers run on battery power (12V/24V DC) or 110V AC, so whether you're on the road, on the water or safe at home, you can use your Engel to make life a little easier.
  • Engel Portable 12 Volt Refrigerators
RRP:
$910.00
Your Price:
$890.00 (You save $20.00)
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MT45F-U1
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66.00 LBS
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Product Description

Engel MT45 AC/DC Portable Fridge Freezer - Adventure Starts Here!

Portable top-opening 12/24V DC 120V AC fridge-freezer

Every category has one, the gold standard by which all others are measured up to. That’s the MT45. Whether you’re venturing into the backcountry, or out on the high seas with no turning back, its ample capacity, efficient operation and rugged durability make this Engel AC/DC portable refrigerator freezer the top choice of adventurers worldwide.

All Engel fridge/freezers feature the Engel Swing Motor Compressor. Highly efficient, it typically draws around 1 to 2 Amps per hour. In other words, the Engel uses an extremely low amount of engergy (check the specs below), about 40% less than a traditional compressor.

Engel fridge/freezers run on battery power (12V/24V DC) or 110V AC, so whether you're out on the road, on the water or safe at home, you can use your Engel to make life a little easier and a heck of a lot cooler.

Features For The MT45F-U1:

  • AC/DC Compatible
  • Variable Temperature Control
  • Incline Operation Up To 30° Off Level
  • Automatic Voltage Selection Between AC & DC Power
  • Highly Efficient Engel Swing Motor - Low Amp Draws (Even At Start-Up)
  • Solar Compatible
  • 100% CFC-Free Compressor
  • Vibration Resistant for Extreme Conditions
  • Will Operate 90 Degrees (F) From Ambient Temp.
  • UL Approved 

Included Inside Unit:

  • AC & DC Cord 12V/24V Plug
  • Interior Wire Basket
  • Heavy-Duty Removable Handles (With Screws)

Optional Accessories For MT45F-U1:

 

Model: MT45F-U1

Volume: 43 Qts

External Shell Material: Galvanized Steel

Gas Type: HFC134-A

Power Consumption: Variable from 0.7-2.5 Amps (12V DC)

Power Source: 12V/24V DC & 110V/120V AC

Internal Dimensions: (LxWxH) 15.4" x10.8" x 16.4"

External Dimensions: (LxWxH) 25.5" x 14.3" x 20" (Excludes Handles = 1.5” Each)

Weight: 66 


Engel USA Fridge/Freezers 2 Year Limited Warranty - 
1 Year for Commercial truck use

Police, Fire/Rescue, Medical, and Military Discounts Available. Call (716) 990-4588 for more information or to place your order over the phone. 

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  1. Well made Frig/Freezer w/ minor complaints 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Apr 2016

    I bought this frig/freezer based upon (1) Engel’s reputation for quality and (2) because the Engels use the lowest current and, thus, would work better with solar power.

    I haven’t had it long enough to do much testing, but so far it seems to function per specs. Using 120AC, I inserted 18 pop cans and set the control to “2”. After eight hours sitting in the living room, the inside temperature was 31 degrees.

    I was a bit surprise to see a sticker on the top with “Equipped with Turbo Fan cooling booster” written on it. Nothing I had previously read mentioned this. I can hear a fan start up when turning it on and from time to time it will cycle on and off. The noise is noticeable but it doesn’t bother me.

    However I have two relatively minor complaints. First, the lid is slightly misaligned such that I need to push the lid just a bit to latch it. Plus two of the four feet were quite loose when I received it and I had to tighten them with a screwdriver. These two things make me wonder what else might not be tightened or misaligned “under the hood”. Otherwise the build seems good and rugged.

    My second complaint is with the manual. It is filled with various warnings about how to hook it up such that, if I took them all seriously, I would be afraid to turn it on. I suspect that Engel is being overly cautious. For example, it says “never use wiring less than AWG #12 between the battery and refrigerator.” Yet the provided DC power-cord uses AWG #16, demonstrating that Engel doesn’t even take their own warnings seriously, so why should I do so?


  2. not your average 12v cooler 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jan 2013

    This freezer is based on the Sawafuji "swing" compressor. Unlike the fairly similar and far less costly EdgeStar FP430 which uses a Danfoss compressor, the Engel MT45F is specifically designed to be operated in a moving vehicle, and can be run while at an angle of up to 30 degrees. It pulls a maximum of 2.5 paltry amps at 12 volts DC (the Edgestar draws 2.75 amps max, but can get food a little colder). It has a steel exterior, while the similar but less expensive ARB Fridge Freezer, which also uses the swing compressor, has a tough plastic housing, which might be a better choice for boaters.

    The Engel is built like a tank, and comes with a 2-year factory warranty. I've had mine running while driving over thousands of miles of rutted dirt and gravel roads, and it works as well as the day it was new.

    My biggest beefs with the Engel are: the price, which is close to twice that of the comparable Edgestar and more than the ARB; the storage capacity, which is pretty small; and the primitive controls--no temperature readout, and only a single dial marked 1 - 5. A more minor gripe is that the compressor hum, while not terribly loud, does seem to carry--you'll know when the Engel is running. Also, it is heavy. Those big steel handles are there for a reason (they also make good tie-down points).


  3. excellent accessory for off-roading 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Nov 2012

    The engel is awesome for long overlanding trips. It's like having a fridge in the woods.




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