Join us as we review ICECO’s Brand New JP40 Pro. A fridge/freezer that can easily fit in the back seat or trunk. We recently had this fridge out on the trails. See how it performs.

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8 thoughts on “ICECO JP40 Pro | New Overlanding Fridge and Freezer

  1. Peter Dougherty says:

    Glad to see you're still around–we missed you! Interesting refit that Iceco did on the JP40. I bought one last year that wasn't anything like this version; no wheels or handles, no UV light, no drain, and the lid opens from one side only. It really works great, but the lid doesn't shut properly. They're sending me a replacement next week so we'll see whether or not I get a new style or an old. But like yours, the old JP40 is silent, holds temps rock steady and sips electricity. I have an Ecoflow River (700W) and it will keep the JP40 running in summer temps in the back of our WK2 for at least 48 hours without a recharge.

  2. Josef Khalifeh says:

    So I’m thinking about backing this on Indiegogo because I’m in the market for a ~40 liter cooler. I have an EB55 too which is why I’m considering the fridge vs regular cooler. Has anything else come up besides the lid? Anything else you found you have liked?

  3. Andrew Domanski says:

    Does it look like the handle can be taken off? I think with the handle on it wouldn’t fit in the back of my Jeep. I see two holes on the handle, are there screws in there?

  4. AT99 says:

    Thanks for the video. I am unable to see in Indiegogo if the JP40/50 Pro comes with a converter that I can just plug the unit to the 110v wall outlet but you mention that in your video. Is that correct? 🙏🏻

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