Coca Cola Mini Fridge 25 (12V/230V) image 1 Coca Cola Mini Fridge 25 (12V/230V) image 2 Coca Cola Mini Fridge 25 (12V/230V) image 3 Coca Cola Mini Fridge 25 (12V/230V) image 4

Coca Cola Mini Fridge 25 (12V/230V)

£119.99 (inc VAT) £149.00NewCondition
View delivery optionsView product description
This eye-catching mini fridge with Coca-Cola® styling keeps drinks and snacks nicely cool. It can even keep food warm, if needed. A transparent door gives a convenient view of the contents, while the Eco/Max temperature regulation saves energy or boosts performance in 230 V mode. Thanks to a 12 V connection, this mini fridge can be used in a car or motorhome too.

With the classic Coca-Cola® red colour and a transparent door, the Coca-Cola mini fridge 25 AC/DC looks great in homes, an office or your motorhome. Ready for connection to 12 V DC or 230 V AC, it is perfectly mobile thanks to an integrated carrying handle. The 23 l mini fridge stores up to six 1.5 l bottles in upright position and cools up to 18 °C below the ambient temperature. It will also keep soups, pizzas or baby food warm up to +60 °C. A divider shelf helps to keep contents organised, while the eco mode saves energy. Its efficient performance has an energy class rating: A++.

Coca Cola Mini Fridge 25 (12V/230V) Features
  • Eye-catching design – Coca-Cola® red, transparent door
  • Universal use – home, office, party room, car, motorhome
  • Cool up to 18 °C below the ambient temperature, heat up to maximum of +60 °C.
  • Stores 6 x 1.5 l bottles up to 34.5 cm tall standing upright
  • Divider shelf organises the interior
  • Convenient transport with integrated carrying handle
  • Powered by 12 V DC or 230 V AC
  • Cold / warm switchable
  • Additional inner fan for quick and even cooling
  • Maintenance-free cooling system
  • Volume: approx. 23 l

  • Dimensions product depth 420 mm
  • Dimensions product height 460 mm
  • Dimensions product width 330 mm
  • Gross volume (EN62552) 25.00 l
  • Storage volume - total (EN 62552) 23.00 l
  • Input voltage (AC) 230 V
  • Input voltage (DC) 12 V
  • Noise (DIN60704-1 & 60704-2-14) 33.00 dB(A)
  • Average energy consumption at AC (EN62552) 0.21 kWh/24h
  • Energy class EU (1060/2010/EC) A++
  • Climate class (EN62552) N


What is the difference between the cooling technologies?
Details of distinguishing features:
  • Gas-powered cooling independent of electricity
  • Three way cooling – Gas, 12 volts DC or 230 volts AC
  • Silent operation
  • Cooling performance depending on the ambient temperature

The Technical Bit
A concentrated ammonia solution is heated in a boiler and expelled as vapour. The pressurised ammonia gas is then liquefied in a condenser. Supplied with hydrogen, it evaporates and in the process extracts heat from the storage container. The ammonia gas then enters the absorber where it is reabsorbed in a weak solution of ammonia. Finally, the saturated solution flows back to the boiler where the whole cycle starts again.

Details of distinguishing features:
  • 12 / 24 / 230 Volt
  • Independent of inclination
  • Lightweight and low-cost
  • Cooling performance depending on the ambient temperature

The Technical Bit
The thermoelectric principle was discovered by J. C. A. Peltier, which is why the temperature generating parts of thermoelectric systems are referred to as Peltier elements. Thermoelectrics are based on the fact that cold or heat energy (depending on the polarity) is generated when a DC current is conducted between different types of metal. The heating or cooling capacity is further enhanced by heat exchangers and air fans. Ideal for low and medium cooling volumes.

Details of distinguishing features:
  • Excellent cooling performance even at extreme ambient temperatures
  • Refrigeration and deep-freezing
  • 12 / 24 / 100 – 240 volts
  • Low power consumption – suitable for solar operation
  • Battery protection
  • Quiet operation with little vibration
  • Independent of inclination

The Technical Bit
Compressor units operate using a refrigerant that changes from liquid to gaseous state in the evaporator. The evaporation extracts heat from the interior of the cooling unit – the temperature drops. The compressor draws in the refrigerant, compresses it and passes it on to the condenser. Here, the absorbed heat is released to the atmosphere. The refrigerant liquefies again and flows to the evaporator, where the cycle begins again.

EAN-13 : 4020716352640
If you’ve changed your mind about keeping your purchase, please return it in its original condition with proof of purchase and we’ll exchange or refund it. Unless faulty, this should be within 30 days of receiving your order. By original condition, we’d expect this to mean that you’ve kept packaging and labels, and that the item is undamaged and unused.

For further information of how to return your item, please visit the "Returning an Unwanted/Faulty/Damaged Item" section on our Help Page.
  Did you know we have been established and have been in the caravan and motorhome industry for over 50 years?