Anywhere Fridge Energized by the Sun and Perfect for all Outdoor Events!

There’s a global scramble to drive down emissions of carbon dioxide across the various sectors around the world.

The use of renewable energy sources is nothing new and vastly applied to propel the things in our life. One such Innovative green product, a solar-powered refrigerator, which can be very useful in far off remote places where there is no continuous supply of electricity.

These portable solar refrigerators may be most commonly used in the developing world to help mitigate poverty, emergency application during natural disasters and climate change.

Images credit: Anywhere Fridge

A number of solar refrigerators have been developed, and they are being used successfully. In Maruata village, located on Mexican Pacific Coast, the fishermen use the solar refrigerator for keeping the fishes fresh. 
Also, Innovators at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have patented a proven, solar-powered refrigeration system that eliminates reliance on an electric grid, requires no batteries, and stores thermal energy for efficient use when sunlight is absent.
Best for Outing and Natural Disaster Aid (Images credit: Anywhere Fridge)

Though there are few companies manufacturing solar refrigerators, the high costs of the solar equipment, their low efficiency, and their large sizes have not yet made them the popular choice.
Now, search for a truly portable and compact solar refrigerator ends with ‘Anywhere Fridge’, is more than just another product but rather a necessity for a better lifestyle and could change the way we cool the things.
It is the coolest invention that you have ever seen in a very long time. It has a UV lights that automatically illuminate at night and kills 99.9% of germs such as salmonella or E. coli poisoning etc. It keeps you healthy while cooling the things! 
The Anywhere Fridge offers 24/7 refrigeration/freezing capabilities through its built-in slide out solar panels with a smart polymer battery that will hold a charge for up to 12 hours to even run at night; as a result, this ability allows anyone to live off the grid & have a backup fridge/freezer in the event of an emergency or even just for recreational purposes.
The size of Anywhere Fridge is 24 x 20 in length and width and 12 inches in height, which collapses down to 6 inches. The insulated PVC walls keep things cold long enough after electrical power is gone.
The high-efficiency solar panels provide 135-watts to run and charge the 104-watt refrigeration unit all day and charge it for night usage.
The full range digital thermostat makes it adjustable from -4° to 50° F and the compartment freezes down to -4° Fahrenheit in a matter of minutes.
It has AC/DC/USB charging outlets for powering your electronic gadgets. It collapses for true portability which other small portable refrigerator do not offer any of these luxuries.
It collapses down to 5-inches for easy storage to fit in the backpack along with a retractable handle and wheels for easy transport and futures its digital temperature gauge that ranges from -4° below 0 to 50° F for freezing or refrigerating goods.
The creators of Anywhere Fridge have finally able to test and produce a working prototype of a true solar refrigerator. The crowd-fund raising campaign is currently live at Kickstarter for a goal of $10,000, which overwhelmingly achieved on the launching day!
Inventors also plan to donate the products to people that are in need and undergo things such as natural disasters, as well as rural communities in the developing countries. With the Anywhere Fridge, the food won’t go bad in such events of natural disasters, etc. (Source: Anywhere Fridge)


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