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Unread 5th July 2018, 09:40 PM
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Unread 6th July 2018, 02:22 AM
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Have had a Waeco 45 litre for some 16 years. Still good but useless plastic lid hinges are abominable design. Solved by putting bands from a large tyre tube around to hold lid firmly in place.
Works a treat.
Also have a much older Trailblazer 70 litre from my Land Rover days. Far too big to fit in a Forester but probably the best camping fridge of `em all.
Also an ancient, vintage 1980 or thereabouts, French Sadec but gas control is knackered but good on 12/240.
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