this one say ok for food. This thing gets cold and fast. I am putting a thermo in it tomorrow at some point to test for temps.
I just missed out on one for $65. I saw the “not for food” notice too but would have bought it anyway for that price. Someone slipped in there before me and left a deposit with the guy. There were two in the Wash Post a week ago for $100/best offer also. You can get them cheap but they sell fast.
I looked the model number up, and it’s only 3 amps/115 volts so that converted is 345 watts, which is really nothing big at all. A crock pot is actually more watts believe it or not LOL. the Dimensions are 22x23x38(h) I would have to add a decent battery and pair them in series to run properly. I am adding another anyway b/c I am upgrading my cash register to a slightly more techy one with a memory card, so the extra battery isn’t anything i wasn’t going to do anyways.
Worse case scenario I keep it for the food truck I want to build this winter or I put it on ebay and sell it for 3 times what I paid for it. They go for $450 on the Ebay. I guess now I will have to check for food stickers. 😀 Any other concerns ?
Thanks to all
I have a Coke version and it has a label to no use it for food. It does get cool enough usually in the low 40’s to use for short term storage.
What are you going to run it with?…..Your just on batteries, correct?
I would be concerned about temps in basically a throw away fridge….
Not the big ones, but the mid to low size ones… maybe 48inch high. What kind of temps can you get out of these ? A buddy of mine is selling his for $150, he got it at a restaurant clean out and I was thinking if I can get temps, I could use it for a reg fridge. It’s got a glass front and 3 shelves inside…
( THOUGHTS ) ????
pepsi refrigerator… Like at the check out line at a grocery store…
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