Burro Refrigerator - Fiberglass RV

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Old 09-26-2014, 11:26 AM   #1
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Burro Refrigerator

I think I mentioned to the group before that I made the decision to remove my refrigerator. This was based on a fundamental lack of a value proposition based upon the weight, energy use, and actual cold storage space (or lack thereof) of the model that was in my Burro. I decided I'd rather use a cooler that weighed much less and didn't require as much space and energy. So, I embarked upon a journey to find THE MOST efficient cooler out there. I bought (or have invested in) this cooler. I saw it first on GOOD MORNING AMERICA. It's part of a KICKSTART program. I am not endorsing this product but I wanted to share it with the group because it seems like it could be a great solution for cold food storage for our Fiberglass RV community. It's also a blender. It's also a USB device charger. It's also Bluetooth enabled speaker. It's also an LED light. It's also a bottle opener. It's also an efficient way to carry and stow gear.

Have a look.......


Remember, this is not available yet and the kickstart investment period has ended. I cannot wait to receive mine sometime next year, when I do I'll post pictures.

I love new gadgets!

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Old 09-26-2014, 12:23 PM   #2
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Hmmmmm... I saw that on GMA as well, but I still don't see how it's a better cooler for any FGRV, meaning how well it keeps things cool. If I really need a blender, bottle opener, LED light etc. Id just look in my FGRV. If one really needs a blender, the Coleman rechargeable blender is $60 or less and it will run on it's batteries or 120 VAC.
Coleman - Rechargeable Portable Blender

But I am sure it will sell well to the tailgate party crowd, especially with NFL, MLB & College/University team colors and logos.

Again, tell us how it's better as a cooler in an FGRV than coolers currently available at a much lower price and in many different sizes & shapes. And, BTW, it looks like it will hold a lot less than even the smallest 2/3 way refrigerator.

Hope it works well for you though.
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