Companion Lithium 60L Single Zone Rechargeable Fridge/Freezer

Companion Lithium 60L Single Zone Rechargeable Fridge/Freezer

Companion Lithium 60L Single Zone Rechargeable Fridge/Freezer
Check out the Companion Lithium 60L Single Zone Rechargeable Fridge/Freezer here:

Head off-grid with the supplies you need packed in the Lithium Rechargeable Fridge/Freezer from Companion without having to worry about cables and power.

This unit can operate wirelessly through the rechargeable and removable Lithium battery that will give 16-hours of battery life off one single charge, and with 4 USB outlets, it doubles as a power pack for all your devices as well. You have the option to connect your solar or Anderson plug directly to the unit, and it’s powered by a dual-speed SECOP compressor, with an average power usage of 1.1 amp per hour. It features a dual direction lid for flexibility and access, and a 3-stage battery monitor and digital LED display control panel.

In this video, our teammate Ben gives you all the deets on the Lithium 60L Single Zone Rechargeable Fridge Freezer from Companion. He starts with the weight and dimensions, materials and construction, and exterior features.

After that he opens it up to show you the interior features and dimensions, what fits inside, and then demonstrates how to use the control panel. Ben then talks you through the 3 different power options, the limitations of solar to be aware of, and the compatible accessories – so check it out above for all the details.

0:00 – Intro
0:19 – Weight & dimensions
1:13 – Bottle opener
2:20 – Dual opening + removable lid
2:36 – Interior dimensions
2:56 – Inside the fridge
3:16 – Removable basket
4:50 – USB ports
4:58 – Control panel
7:02 – Power options
7:46 – Battery pack
9:45 – Cables
10:03 – Solar panel compatibility

christine daria

October 2, 2021 @ 7:50 pm


Hi, I have read somewhere that the average power usage is 1.1 amp per hour, my question is, in what temperature can you set to base this power consumption?

Michael Frost

October 5, 2021 @ 9:36 am


Hi, can you charge the battery out of the fridge or only whilst in the fridge?

Jai Warner

March 10, 2022 @ 9:59 pm


Hey Ben, love you work mate. At the end of your video you were talking about the Anderson plug. Do you think I can connect an Anderson plug to 12v socket adapter so I can run light strips from it? Thanks.

Regan Benn

April 13, 2022 @ 11:12 am


Nice video very detailed. Could I plug a solar panel into both Anderson plugs extra fast changing?

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