camping advice - worth getting mini fridge?

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Ollyaryy
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camping advice - worth getting mini fridge?

Postby Ollyaryy » Tue Jun 18, 2019 1:35 pm

We're newbie campers needing some advice - we went camping last summer but it was a bit of a disaster (for one reason or another!) but friends have tempted us to give it another go.

I'm thinking about getting one of those mini fridges so that I can keep a couple of bits cool ie milk, bit of bacon - not a huge amount, obviously.

this argos have a 4litre one for £13 and a 6 litre one for £20, but the reviews say they are quite noisy. 

Do any of you experienced campers have any advice? Should I bother buying one? I know it's best to use tinned and packet food generally, so it would only be to keep a couple of things cool for breakfast.
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TomRedl
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Re: camping advice - worth getting mini fridge?

Postby TomRedl » Tue Jul 02, 2019 9:33 am

I think isn't worst idea,you can try for sure
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Re: camping advice - worth getting mini fridge?

Postby juliantenniscoach » Tue Nov 12, 2019 11:35 pm

We've used cool boxes with ice packs without problems, even in the summer.
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Re: camping advice - worth getting mini fridge?

Postby gabrielh » Thu Nov 12, 2020 8:57 am

Mini fridges dont work much believe me, ice cubes much better


 
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Re: camping advice - worth getting mini fridge?

Postby Vista321 » Fri Nov 13, 2020 1:33 pm

We have an Outwell camping fridge and it is excellent. You have to keep them charged up using the car battery of course but it does the job. They take up alot of space but good if you're not really near shops or even wild camping. Good for the evening gin and tonic too  ;)
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Re: camping advice - worth getting mini fridge?

Postby misslolita123 » Fri Nov 20, 2020 7:26 pm

When I was camping with my friends and family we used a mini-fridge and it was very useful.
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Re: camping advice - worth getting mini fridge?

Postby KatherineHepburn » Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:53 am

I'd say so yes.
We've been camping for a few years now and although we started out with just a cool box and ice packs regularly re-frozen from the main campsite freezer, we now allow ourselves the luxury of going on the electric line and just keeping everything in a mini fridge.
Don't buy a cheap one though.. unless it is on sale.. or you will need to switch it off every night when you go to sleep. Most have an Eco mode that once it is cold you switch over to and you'll hardly hear it.
It's so handy to just keep milk, butter and basics cold.
Enjoy your camping trip, we got everything wrong on our first holiday but still had a wonderful time. I think a lot of it is down to where you are camping and whether the kids have other kids to play with. Oh... and the weather!!! :D
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Re: camping advice - worth getting mini fridge?

Postby twix228 » Mon Feb 01, 2021 12:50 pm

Cool boxes will be much better than fridges
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