Are You Looking To Buy A 12volt Refrigerator? ICECO JP50 Review

Are You Looking To Buy A 12volt Refrigerator? ICECO JP50 Review

Are You Looking To Buy A 12volt Refrigerator? ICECO JP50 Review
This is a review of the ICECO JP50 that was sent to me for evaluation. I compare it to the less expensive brands and show how it’s different and why it’s worth the extra money.

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Getting out on the road is what Linda and I love to do with our converted cargo trailer camper. We’re part time nomads and the nomadic lifestyle suits us to a Tee. Whether your RV is a camper van, camp trailer, travel trailer, motorhome or just a car and a tent, there’s going to be something interesting for you in the videos we produce. Back roads and overlanding are part of what we do while exploring the western states for beautiful, peaceful and sometimes remote places to camp on BLM and National Forest land (public land). Taking care of ourselves as much as possible and doing our own repairs is a must because we travel on a fixed income and a limited budget. If your into being off-grid and boondocking whenever possible then you’ll appreciate the discussions on batteries, solar panels and solar chargers or power stations. Come on along, we’re happy to have your company!

Our gear and equipment list (These links were functioning when this video was uploaded. If a link isn’t working please search for the item on Amazon by it’s name):

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The gear we use and feel comfortable recommending:
Camera gear:
DJI Osmo Action Camera:
Canon Vixia R82 camera:
Takstar SGC-598 microphone:
Ulanzi camera/mic mount:
B&W UV/Haze filter, 43mm:
My choice for video editing: Dell XPS 15 laptop:

My broad brimmed hats:
Stetson Wildwood wool felt:
Henschel Crushable Soft Mesh Aussie Breezer Hat :

Camping gear:
Alpicool T50 12 volt Refrigerator/Freezer:
Clam Screen Shelter “Venture”:
Clam Wind Panels:
Renogy 100 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Off Grid Portable Foldable 2Pcs 50W Solar Panel Suitcase Built-in Kickstand with Waterproof 20A Charger Controller:
Roll Cot:
Coleman Single Burner Propane Stove (like the one we drop through the hole in the table):
Lixada Stick Stove/Grill:
NuWay propane heater:
Ceramic Water Filter – Amazon:
Solar panel tilt mounting brackets:
Newpowa 200 watt solar panel:
Renogy Rover 30 amp MPPT controller:

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May 10, 2021 @ 11:46 pm


I just watched your BourgeRV 12v refrigerator video, can you express a preference between the two without offending one of them?

Doug Steele

June 4, 2021 @ 9:44 pm


I bought a JP45 Iceco cooler,when they first came out. I can’t imagine life without it, love it.

Seymour Rivers

November 17, 2021 @ 2:46 am


Will there be a Black Friday or cyber Monday sale for this Fridge?

Ed Wiget – Sharp Ridge Homestead

November 28, 2021 @ 5:43 pm


I've had this now for about 6 months in a camper van I built for traveling. It works great and I measured to make sure it fits between the front seats of my e150 van and it fits perfectly with just a little space on each side. I plug mine into a cigarette lighter that is part of one of those 5 gang switches popular in camper vans and its fed by a pretty substantial solar system (300 watt solar array, renogy 50amp dc to dc mptt controller, 2000 amp inverter, and a 300 ah solar battery). I've been on numerous trips this fall and even on multiple overcast days in a row boondocking, its not too taxing on the solar system even though its the highest usage electrical item I have. Its very efficient. I'm also in the process of building an overland rig from a jeep wrangler jku and plan to just swap this iceco fridge between it and the camper van …. I'm only on paper with this idea and haven't figured out where I am putting it yet (it will fit in the rear behind the seats but I would prefer if it fits on the floor in front of the rear seats … time will tell lol)

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