Originally Posted by BarryD0706
FR offers them because some people want them. Not for traveling thought. They're for cases where you'll be plugged into shore power always (or a generator).
We have one in our Cedar Creek and it runs off the battery while we travel. We fill it up, well not full but we put milk, cold meat and frozen food in the freezer and it all stays frozen or cold.
Boon-docking is another thing, if you camp where there is no power, then you might do better with one that runs on propane,
A little story about ours when new.. Heading for AZ we stopped at a rest area for a quick lunch and went inside and I told my wife to open the fridge and get what we need fast to keep the bags of ice cold that I put in the botton shelf. The dealer said ya couldn't keep things cold so I used ice to help. She opened the door and closed it and the darn thing came on, we just looked at each other and said "dealer's don't know every thing." lol
It's a nice thing to have because you don't have to run to the store twice a week.
I would suggest it to any one.. works super.
2011 Cedar Creek 36B2 ordered with outside kitchen removed and a nice big wardrobe in it's place.
Pulled with a 2011 F-250 Super Duty 6.7 Diesel Crew Cab and 8' box with a Hensley BD-3 Trailer Saver. F R O G members.