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Dometic has expanded its advanced range of powerful CFX Series compressor coolers with the addition of the new CoolFreeze CFX 75DZW.

The strong and robust 70-litre capacity cooler and freezer offers boat owners even more flexible cooling and deep-freezing options when storing food and drink on-board.

Featuring minimal power consumption, the CFX 75DZW operates extremely quietly and efficiently and is suitable for solar operation.

The heavy duty mobile compressor unit has two temperature zones, one of 43-litre capacity and one of 27 litres, so users can choose to have a fridge and a freezer, or two fridges or two freezers.

 
The separate compartments have their own digital displays for simultaneous cooling and freezing. The temperature can also be set and monitored with an easy-to-use WiFi app.

Both compartments have their own separate lid to minimise cooling loss when the box is opened.

Offering excellent cooling performance even with high outside temperatures, the desired temperature can be accurately set for deep-freezing down to -22°C.

A separate fresh-food compartment inside keeps sensitive items such as fruit, vegetables or dairy products frost-free

Easy to transport, the award-winning CFX series of coolboxes feature a heavy-duty design with reinforced corners, stainless steel hinges and robust lid coating. Dometic has upgraded all models larger than the CFX 28 to include app controls.

Equipped as standard with a special electronics system, the CoolFreeze CFX 75DZW can be operated, without any restrictions, on 12 or 24 volts DC as well as on any AC voltage between 100 and 240 volts.

Available at the London Boat Show on Fischer Panda Stand LC028, the CoolFreeze CFX 75DZW is priced at £1086 and adds to the larger 85-litre capacity Dometic CoolFreeze CFX 95DZW. Prices for the CFX Series start at £663.

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