Coolers are your best friend in the summer — they let you bring fresh food and cold drinks to the beach, game, or picnic. But bringing bags of ice to keep your food cold isn’t fun, considering that it makes everything soggy more often than not. That’s why GoSun is so proud of the Chill. The GoSun Chillis a ground-up redesign of a regular camping cooler. But it’s more than that. The Chill is a 12-volt cooler that is really an off-grid fridge that doesn’t require a generator. GoSun’s solar-powered compressor technology is completely battery powered and keeps your food cool in any situation.
The Chill weighs about 28 pounds, which is quite lightweight compared to a fully-stocked ice-packed cooler. A 45-liter cooler would weigh around 23 pounds with no food or drink. The weight would almost double to 43 pounds after it’s fully stocked. The Chill, in contrast, typically tops out at 28 pounds.
The Chillcan hold 1.4 cubic feet of perishables or about 40 liters of total capacity.
The multi-modal power design of the Chill lets you keep your stuff cool in many different ways. Although the best way to charge it is by solar, there’s also a backup power source of 12V and AC sockets. The solar panels can be used to recharge your phone as well, or any USB device. The Chill also includes a 12-volt cord that can attach to your car.
The Chill can be powered by multiple power sources, including the Powerbank, AC Adapter, 12 Volt Cord (car port charger), Solar Table, or Flexible Solar Panels. This way, you can access the most convenient power sources when you need it.
To charge the Powerbank, plug in the included AC Adapter into any wall socket (100-250VAC) or use one of our two solar charging options - the Solar Table or Flexible Solar Panel.
During a typical summer day (i.e. storing camp food and drinks), the Powerbank will keep everything cool for 14 hours on an 80°F (27°C) day. If you're making ice, the compressor will run more often, so we suggest you get an extra power bank or the Solar Table (the solar table will keep up with the power useage)
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