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Message posted by Bryan7907/6/2007 at 12:43am
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Hi

I am looking to buy a Waeco combicool CAB40 (30degree below ambient model), have been researching to see the cheapest I can find this for.  I had found it on minicoolers.co.uk for 149.99 including delivery, but was too slow to order and it has now been removed from their website, apparently will not be back in until July at the earliest.  I was hoping to have it before then.  The cheapest I can find elsewhere is worldofcamping.co.uk at 159.99 + delivery.  They are also out of stock, just wondered if any of you bargain hunters out there know anywhere thats cheaper.

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Message posted by OArthur07/6/2007 at 10:10am
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http://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/redirect.asp?redir=http://www.riverswayleisure.com/ are doing the Combicool CAB-40 for 134.95 + 6.95 delivery.

However, if you buy from the same company through eBay, it is 129.95 + 8.95 delivery. Only saves a few quid, but could be handy if you've got some spare cash sitting in your PayPal account. See here http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/710-5232-2978-1/1?AID=9479574&PID=1428744&mpre=http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Combicool-3-Way-Gas-12v-Mains-Portable-Fridge_W0QQitemZ220117959741QQihZ012QQcategoryZ16036QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem


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Try ringing Waudbys, they had them in at 129.99 recently, they seem to have removed them from their website now but it might be worth a try?

Message posted by PigletandTigger07/6/2007 at 7:29pm
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If they are starting to go out of stock with retailers I think you need to grab one quick and if it costs you and extra tenner then it does.   It's probably a supplier problem rather than the retailer choosing not to get more stock.

I'm guessing from the opening posters post you are aware that there are several models with the same model number so the 135 one quoted here is probably not the 30 degree below ambient model.

Hope you find one, ours is fab

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Message posted by solar-hippies09/6/2007 at 4:00pm
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get the cab 55 , knocks spots off the cab 40

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Message posted by Liddenham09/6/2007 at 5:02pm
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If only the 55 litre version cooled to 30 degrees below ambiant temp! 


Message posted by solar-hippies09/6/2007 at 5:33pm
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its only 5 degrees . then the air temp is 25 i think thats suitable

Message posted by Peridot10/6/2007 at 1:44am
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Remember it's the air temperature inside the tent that counts, not the advertised ambient temperature outside.

I'd recommend spending a bit extra to get the best performance. You won't need it all the time but when you do you'll be glad of it.


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I agree, Peridot. Our Sibir struggled last year, in France, when the temps soared. We could use a bigger fridge, but the better performance (if only marginally better) of the smaller model has to be a consideration, for us.

 


Message posted by Bryan7910/6/2007 at 10:58pm
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Thanks for everyone's responses.  I took Piglets advise and picked one up from a local camping shop today.  A bit more than on-line prices, but did get a discount as it had been on display.  Definately worthwhile getting the 30 degree model, as some of the tents we went in today were roasting, and we'll be using it in France.


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