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Google it. They're kinda weak sauce but effective at keeping that second drink acceptably cool. Rather just buy a proper mains-powered mini fridge - something like this.
I got this one, it was cheaper before Christmas! Gourmia GMF600 Thermoelectric Mini Fridge Cooler and Warmer - 4 Liter/6 Can - For Home,Office, Car, Dorm or Boat - Compact & Portable - AC & DC Power Cords - White [link]
I have one of these! I just keep it on my bathroom counter (luckily I have room so not an option for everyone). I keep both my tret and my Vit C in it.
I’m going to try this out with the 12v car charger and monitor the electric usage. If it works I’ll buy a couple of them and treat them like the crisper drawer and the meat/cheese drawer, it will allow for more flexibility when doing the build, and it’s fifty bucks. Not to say I wouldn’t love a four thousand dollar freezer, but we all have our priorities... and budgets vary.
Haha, this is something I would like to do at some point as well! This is the one I'm interested in getting. It's small, but cheaper than most options. Plus I'd only use it for Vitamin C products & possibly a few sheet masks anyway.
Nah I just wanted to make a point when someone on a thread said it uses a lot of electricity. I know a USB 1.0 doesn't use much more than a wireless mouse!
You know sometimes as a female who did not study science I may not know exactly how much electricity but i know for sure a USB 1.0 device does not use a "shitton" of electricity!
1c a day is less than a Starbucks a year. ��
Just standing up for myself. Troll alert plus they exaggerate myths to prey on people's insecurities! I do not like that. I use science and despite not studying any science, I come pretty close to a solution. Proud of my self ��
Any idea how much electricity a 6 can refrigerator will take? Example this one on Amazon?
I am really keen keen to get one. The 1 can solution failed. It only cools the bottom ��
This is what we used for overnight trips (and there were plenty of those). [link] Just remember to put a washcloth in the bottom of it- it picks up moisture like crazy.
I bet you won't make that mistake again! Oh well, it's good for your gut flora. Live and learn.
Hopefully she labels her bottles clearly.
LPT for nursing mamas:
Place bags/bottles in a lunch bag or storage box/bag with a mini combo lock that either locks double zippers together or latch. There are lots of tiny combo lock options. Label with Medical decal or sticker. This way it protects your supply and commands respect;)
To others it could very well be medicine... best to leave it alone.
Eta: If you have your own cubicle or desk, buy one of these for under 40 bucks. You can put it on or under your desk.
As pointed out by another redditor, pls follow safe food storage guidelines! In case you did not know Fridge example has been updated to a specific model capable of cooling below 40 degrees and it shows it can be used for human milk and has reviews reflecting it was used for this purpose SPECIFICALLY and it is no longer from Walmart, but I bet you can find an acceptable product just about anywhere!
Many many women use these because they are safe.
If you are really concerned, grab a small fridge thermometer as well.
No van here, but this works fine in my office for a couple cans of something and a 6" sammich or other stuff. It has a 12v option.
6 pack mini-fridge?