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Quest 33 Litre Wheeled 12v/240v Coolbox

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A 33 litre cool box for larger amounts of food or drinks.

The Quest 33 Litre Wheeled Cooler 12V 230V is a robust  portable cooler, perfect for keeping your food and drinks cold when camping, on the beach, at a barbecue, wherever you may need chilled refreshment.

It's powered by a dual voltage system with it's built-in adaptor, either from the mains or from your car's cigar lighter, and can be used for cooling or heating (cools to a maximum of 20ºC below the ambient temperature, heats to a maximum of 65ºc).

It uses high-quality CFC-free foam insulation, and can fit 2-litre bottles standing upright. The cooler works either upright or lying down, and has fold-away handles for easy transportation.

Other features like the door-in-door easy access bottle compartment, removable divider grid, auto switch, pull-out drag handle and sturdy wheels make this a great option for outdoor diners or drinkers.

 Size  56cm x 37cm x 46cm (22" x 14.5" x 18")
Volume (l) 33
Material CFC-free polyurethane

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  • 2 out of 5
Coolbox becomes warmbox, 14 August 2014
By Shazza (Bolton)
Bought this item 2 years ago for our camping holidays. Initially worked a treat, keeping food relatively cool. Unfortunately, this year, during a very hot spell of weather, the coolbox decided to keep switching to the hot setting. This resulted in quite a lot of food having to be throw away. Since returning the coolbox is jammed on the hot setting and I am left with having to purchase a new coolbox.

  • 1 out of 5
poor quality, 05 August 2014
By kevin (essex)
bought this cool box as a way of keeping items cool when camping. plugged it in the mains 2 days before we left and it was rubbish. didn't cool down very well. I was very disappointed, anyway persevered with the cool box. plugged it into the car and SNAP the 12v connector broke, luckily I have an inverter so was able to still keep this running. over the week the box performed on 240v poorly and didn't keep any food or drink cool. we threw most of the food away after 24hrs as it started to smell. I hope, as the 12v connector did break, to get my money back on this poor quality and poor preforming cool box. I bet I don't get it though im sure go outdoors will put up a fight

  • 5 out of 5
Great Item, 30 June 2014
By Ian (Price macth) (Essex)
Bought this item 3 years ago and apart from a small issue with the catch that was easily sorted, it has been an excellent addition to our camping essentials. We uae ot for storage of our dinner service when traveling and once plugged in is cool enough to store food after a couple of hours. Great item.

  • 3 out of 5
Plug breaks easily and box switches from cold to hot inadvertently, 05 June 2014
By Familycamper
I bought this box about 1-2 months ago with the idea of having reliable means of keeping food on camping and trips for a family of 3 and a baby. As the my older child is in school, I did not get to use it until last week, when we went for a 2days Legoland trip.I plugged the coolbox at home from the day before. After half a day or so I was not convinced it was cool enough, so I added an ice pack when I introduced the food later in the day. When we arrived at the destination, I was happy how cold the sandwitches felt. In the evening, we went to the hotel and took the box in the room to plug it into the mains. As my husband plugged one end of the cable into the coolbox, the part of the coolbox where you plug the cable in, gave way and went deep inside the coolbox, with no chance of getting it out without long screwdrivers. I had to take the coolbox back into the car to plug it in the car(a different cable and different plug) with the risk of running a flat battery by the morning. Everything was ok overnight, but at the end of the second day, when we returned to the car we found all our food very warm. We were very dissapointed to have to throw all our food and go look for food with 2 tired and grumpy kids in the car.
The botton that switches from cold to warm is on the top of the box and is very easily pressed, so that when the coolbox was pushed in the boot of the car it pressed on the button, so changing the function from cooling to warming, and wasted all our efforts and money.
I don' t know what to do with this coolbox now.

  • 5 out of 5
Excellent Coolbox, 15 August 2011
By Jaylou (Basingstoke)
We used this coolbox for 1 week camping for 2 adults and 2 children. The 2 seperate compartments were brilliant as our 2 young children still drink milk, it was good to be able to only open the main fridge area and not the milk area. we easily filled the fridge for 2 days food at a time and a bit more, it got cold very quickly and kept everything cool.

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