When you're packing up for a few days out in the woods with a couple of your best buddies, make sure they're putting all of their food and drinks in your Dometic CFX 40W Wifi Electric Cooler. It's got the low power-consumption and high performance you need to keep your perishable foods and skunkable drinks cool for the entire trip, all without needing to stop for ice. Utilizing advanced compressor electronics, this cooler uses hardly any power but still keeps everything perfectly chilled when you're far from home. It's got both AC and DC power adapters for easy hookup to your car's battery or a generator, and can even be charged via solar power with the necessary equipment. While the super-efficient cooling might sound like enough of a feat of technical ingenuity, this cooler's not even close to done. It's got a full digital interface that lets you monitor and control the cooler's temperature, and even connects to an app that lets you do it all without leaving your favorite camp chair. Worried about not having a signal deep in the backcountry' The cooler's got a WiFi signal of its own that lets you connect to the app at any time. The app and cooler also alert you when the battery you're using is running low, ensuring that you never wake up in the morning with a dead car battery. Plus, thanks to its USB charging cables that keep cameras and phones fully juiced, you'll have no problem staying off the grid.
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