speckhunter80 said:If you don't have a fridge I would not go buy one unless it is a two way dorm fridge. A good cooler will work well for those 2-4 day trips.
Rusty said:I guess I am in the minority here. Our current pup has a fridge and we LOVE it, no need to keep getting ice, we don't even take a cooler any more. I turn the fridge on the day before we leave (on gas) and load it up just before we leave. When we get to the CG, we switch over to 110 ac. To me this is better than dealing with a cooler, the ice, the water mess, and the space they take up. Keep in mind that we always camp where there is Shore Power.
jayco1997 said:our 1997 pup only has an icebox and we thought about replacing with a 3 way but after reading this, it doesn't seem worth the expense. We also bring a cooler. it is a pain sometimes getting ice but I have found that the blocks of ice work best at staying cold longer. we also use a small fan that helps circulate the cool air and works real well.http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/item/fridgecool-fan-with-onoff-switch/38134 it uses 2 D batteries and after camping every weekend over the summer we only had to replace the batteries one time.
The Black & Decker refrigerator I paid $90 for last October is not working.BillBlackett said:Great discussion on this thread.
I've found a 18" high dorm fridge at Walmart.
Should be big enough to keep bacon/eggs/hotdogs, etc. cold, and maybe a bottle of adult beverage or two.