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Koolatron KTCF50 Tool Chest Fridge

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Availability: Discontinued
Our Price: $429.99
  • 1.8 cu. feet (50 L) storage capacity
  • 80 watt tool chest and mini fridge
  • Adjustable cooling range: 32-50°F


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Koolatron KTCF50 Tool Chest Fridge

Garages can fill up fast with a lot of junk. Just think of all the tools, parts, appliances, and not to mention cars that can easily dominate a garage before you know it. A serious case of organization is needed, but, first, a drink to quench that thirst and refresh the senses. Too bad the spare fridge is empty due to your loving, freeloading family. Luckily, Koolatron has come up with a crafty way to help solve both of your problems.

The Koolatron KTCF50 Tool Chest Fridge is a sneaky freestanding tool cabinet with a built-in mini refrigerator. On the surface, it looks like any ordinary stainless steel tool chest with 7 shelves of various sizes. On the inside, however, is a hidden jackpot of tools, food, and drinks.

Heavy Duty Design

The Koolatron Tool Chest Fridge features a very eye-catching red and stainless steel design. It is built like a full functioning tool chest, painted red with stainless steel drawer trims. The 31 inch unit sits on 4 heavy duty castor wheels for easy mobility with added front locking wheels for secured placement.

The top three shelves are fully functional shelves for any assortment of tools or gadgets. They open and close on an easy gliding rail system that can support your heaviest hammers and wrenches (Thor's fabled Mjolnir excluded). The top two shelves are shallow and good for small hand tools like screwdrivers and adjustable wrenches, while the third shelf is deeper for storing larger items.

The last four shelves are a facade to hide the mini refrigerator door.

Compressor Cooling Fridge

With a manually adjustable temperature range of 32 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit, the Koolatron Tool Chest fridge is an impressive miniature refrigerator. The Tool Chest Fridge plugs into any 110 volt household outlet and uses R600a refrigerant and 80 watts to power itself.

The storage capacity for the fridge area is 1.8 cubic feet, or 50 liters. That is plenty of space for storing canned drinks, snacks, or 2 liter bottles of soda laying down.

Additional Features

  • Adjustable fridge shelf
  • Interior fridge light

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  2. Money back guaranteed
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  4. No restocking fees

  • Model: KTCF50
  • UPC: 059586611391
  • Product Type: Koolatron KTCF50 Tool Chest Fridge
  • Product Dimensions: L: 17.00" x W: 19.50" x H: 31.00"
  • Product Weight: 50.00 lbs.
  • Product Color: Red
  • Application: Tool storage and mini refrigerator
  • Voltage: 110 volts
  • Watts: 80 watts
  • Frequency: 60 Hz
  • Certifications: CE , ETL
  • Capacity: 1.8 cubic feet
  • Finish: Red
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Temperature Range: 32 - 50
  • Adjustable Thermostat: Yes
  • Automatic Defrost: No
  • Includes Freezer Compartment: No
  • DC Power Compatible: No
  • Integrated Door Storage: No
  • Beverage Can Dispenser: No
  • Interior Lighting: Yes
  • Adjustable Shelves: Yes
  • Reversible Door: No
  • Vegetable Crisper: No
  • Additional Features: Top three shelves are for tool storage. R600a refrigerant
  • 1.8 cubic foot energy efficient refrigerator
  • 3 functional top shelves allow for tool storage
  • 3 sliding tool drawers
  • 4 durable 3" heavy duty front locking swivel castors for easy mobility
  • Adjustable fridge shelf
  • CE, RoHS, ET certification
  • Compressor cooling
  • Interior fridge light
  • Manually adjustable temperature range between 0-10°/32 - 50°F
  • R600a refrigerant
  • Sleek red and stainless steel design
  • Stainless steel drawer trim
  • Tool chest and 50L fridge in one

Need advice? More information?

Can you tell me how many beer/soda cans this would hold?
- kara h. on 02-03-2016

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