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Efficient compressor fridge. Opinions?

Does anyone have experience with this unit? It's a compressor driven stand alone fridge/freezer that is marketed to the 4x4 community. Friends of mine who 4x4 have seen them do demonstrations at the trade show (like run 12 of them off one deep cycle battery) and have been impressed at their demonstrations and construction.

They are one of the few websites that give enough info to accurately gauge usage and if their stats are correct it seems pretty efficient to me. They claim 24AH/Day with an outside ambient of 85F and an inside temp of 24F.

FridgeFreeze portable 12-volt marine refrigerator and boat freezer - Performance

I've never had 12v refrigeration before so I'm curious what those with more experience have to say.

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