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OZtrail 125l Dual-Zone Fridge/Freezer with Cover $499 (Save $1200) + $89.99 Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Anaconda (Club Membership Req)

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Exclusive to Anaconda and new to the Oztrail range, the 125L Dual Zone Fridge / Freezer features efficient and reliable LG compressor and electronics. The Digital LCD control panel ensures precise electronic temperature and function control, while the large LCD screen is illuminated, making it easy to read day or night! With all the vital information at your fingertips, you can quickly and easily monitor the internal temperature of each cabinet and adjust each independently, change compressor speed, change built in battery protection setting, and more! Also featuring soft close lid hinges and built in automatic internal light.

This pack also includes a protective 125L protective transit cover. This will not only improve the efficiency of the fridge by providing extra insulation, but also protects your investment from damage. Featuring large zippers to make putting it on and off easy, as well as large pockets to store cables, and tie down points so you can ensure it doesn't slide around in the back of the vehicle.

Features
LG Compressor
Cools to -18 degrees
Soft close lid hinges,
LED interior auto lighting
Digital display
3 stage battery monitor
dual speed compressor
AC & DC operation
Includes transit Cover to suit the OZtrail 125L Dual Zone Fridge / Freezer.
Product Manual
Click here for OZtrail Fridge/Freezer Product Manual.
Material
Powder coated steel
Dimensions
915 x 560 x 615 mm
Product Weight
33 kg
Contents
OZtrail 125L Dual Zone Fridge/Freezer
AC Cord & Adaptor
12/24 DC Cord
Product Manual
Transit Cover

All OZtrail Fridges come with an AC power cable and a DC power cable.
Warranty
2 Year National Warranty through Oztrail
Primary Activity(s)
Camping
4WD & Offroad
EAN
9320531080984

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    • +1 vote

      Was about to post this too. Trying to gauge the size difference from the 80l in the video

      125L Dimensions: 915 (L) x 560 (W) x 615 (H) mm

      80L Dimensions: 880 (L) x 570 (W) x 455 (H) mm

      35mm longer, 10mm narrower (?!), 160mm higher.

      Actually seems to be not that bad, was worried form above comments that it might be too big

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    Save $1200?

    Exclusive to Anaconda

    This means you can disregard any RRP as fanciful garbage.

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    Friend has had his running for 6months on his patio as a beer fridge - works well.

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    sometimes, I should just NOT open the ozbargain webpage…sigh

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    Do you reckon this is 615h or 560h?

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    This is going to be far too big for most people. Will need a Ute or land cruiser to actually fit it. My 60L companion is already big enough. Very cheap though.

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    Genuine question.. Would this be suitable purely for use at home as a chest freezer/fridge, e.g. to store food long term?

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      IMO long term a purpose built home appliance will be more efficient. Because there are less constraints on size, they are able to use more insulation materials.

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      No. The home freezers will be a lot more efficient. Go for a home chest freezer and it will cost you a lot less as well

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      Thank you :)

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    Just got a cancellation for mine wtf. Annoyed ordered at 6pm last night.

    //Edit don't believe the email, called the local store and got literally the last one. So they got 1K off me but will get the other in few days.

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    Right. Now I need to buy a dual-battery setup for my NP300. Any tips?

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      Same, but for a LC200 please :)

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      Here's what I'm planning to do in the future.

      National Luna Battery Box with either a solar blanket or roof mounted solar panel on my canopy and solar MPPT controller. And then further down the road I'll be adding a redarc DCDC or a Kick ass DCDC hooked up to main battery.

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        I have been eyeing this off -> eco-flow-delta but its 2.7K for the AU version.

        This seems to be the beez neez. It can power almost anything you can throw at it and its flexible enough to be used many situations.

        PS Lithium is the way to go, even though you have high initial investment your cost per watt is a lot lower in the end. (not to mention the other benefits)

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          Woah 2.7k. I actually want to go lithium to keep weight down on the tray (that way i don't need to upgrade the leaf packs to a higher weight rating) but price is why is putting me off atm. And I'm not in a real rush, I would classify this as a want not a need for me.

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            @Deuce: Its not actually that super expensive if you compare to getting a lithium battery installed as a second battery. (A mate just got quoted 2K for a install of 100AH lithium battery in his hilux).

            Here you are getting a MPPT, DCtoDC charger, and a 2K Inverter on top of the battery, in a very compact and portable design.

            but 2.7K is 2.7k :( … definitively a want not a need.

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              @gtech: That's not bad. But 2k is still a lot of money for something I may use once or twice a year during road trips.

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      Ended up cancelling. I think the size is why it was so heavily discounted.

      Have been doing quite a bit of research in the last hour, and the conclusion I've come to is this would require a set-up with solar - which depending on how you want to set it up requires a minimum of a 200AH deepcycle battery, DC2DC charger, solar panels. I'm not quite ready for a solar panel set up yet, and when combined with a fridge slide this ends up being too tall for my tub-rack mounted ute.

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        Thats why I didn't get it. Way too big for my needs and the power setup for this is massive for an item that isn't gonna get used often. Further down the road I may get a dual battery setup and fridge but I'll most likely stick to using my dometic icebox.

    • +2 votes

      Highly recommend to build your own Lifepo4 battery.

      buy 4x 3.2v cells (Ah of your choosing) i got 4x120ah 3.2v cells which all up weight 12kg compared to a 100ah agm which was 37ish.

      add a bms, ( i use a daly 60amp, again i will never pull 60amps off it but good to know that i can.

      the batts cost me 350 shipped. bms was 60. same setup your're looking at 700-1000 locally.

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        Where do you purchase all of that from?

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          aliexpress

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            @baytrail: I feel that because I have a Land Cruiser 200 with a spot for a aux battery I have an obligation to use it

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              @Archaleas: definately takes less space than an agm equivalent. my cells overall size comes to 185H,170W,200D. i just have it in a N70 batt box with foam padding to fill in the space for now untill i make my own box.

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                @baytrail: Super novice on this, however could I install what you're talking about under my bonnet?

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                  @Archaleas: same way you would mount an aux batt, i know prado, hilux have aux spots for batts. but will require a dc-dc charger.

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        That's really cheap for a 12V 120 ah.

        With Lifepo4 battery you can go down to 80% without too many issues (ie shortening the battery life)

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        Dumb question. BMS = battery monitoring system?

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          Battery Management System. a must have for lipo batts to charge them properly.

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            @baytrail: so if i understand correctly its Lipo4 battery > BMS > power source for charging? (be it mains, solar or alternator with DCDC)?

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              @Deuce: correct mate. i grabbed a 10amp 4s lipo charger also and it provides 9.1amps according to my ammeter. my 120w solar blanket does 8amps on a good day 6 avg. whhich is plenty to keep the fridge running for 4days + trips

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                @baytrail: Thanks for that. I might look into doing this instead of buying pre-made kit.

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    This is a good price for a spare fridge to temporarily store your large stash of covid mince meat and other frozen goods. Or use as a beer fridge for the occasional weekend bbq with mates.

    Personally the maximum you would want for a large 4wd (Prado/land cruiser) is 70-ish. I know heaps of people that have purchased the 95L Dometic for their 4wd and downgraded to 55L.

    Also - the bigger the fridge, the bigger the battery and solar required. Not an issue if on a powered site though. We find for a small family of 4 - 55L is plenty sufficient if you pack the fridge well with drinks and food for a 4 night camping trip. Space is a premium when camping so if you want to be able to bring pantry foods, clothing, water…. it might not work out so well for you with a large fridge. Hope this helps someone. :-)

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    grabbed one! thanks mate

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    Honestly, I've done a lot of research on these over the years and dual zone does NOT work well. the temperature bleeds from one compartment to the other, thermal layering with baskets works must better. Ive made a few little gadgets with computer fans and solar panels off old bunnings sensor lights to create air flow during to day. I can take ice cream camping usually.

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    Has anyone got a order confirmation email? I got the acknowledge but not confirmation. Ordered at 8:30am this morning.

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    Had a look in store. It is absolutely gigantic. Will wait for a deal on a smaller one.

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    I think I got the last in WA and it is a demo..Pick up tomorrow.

    Will it fit new RAV4?

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    I just got a cancellation email?!?!?!?

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      Call the store, I got cancellation and they had a few in stock still. They wouldn't hold them so had to go down then and get one. Had to pay twice and wait for the refund on the other.

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        Roger that, called and they only had a display stock left so they put it aside. Hopefully no issues with it being ex display

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    I made the mistake of having it delivered and not click and collect and save $90.
    Called customer service and they couldn't do anything about it.

    Anyways, I ordered at 9am.
    At 12pm they sent me a tracking number with Toll.

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      Did Toll actually received it or its just" manifest lodged" paper thing? I had terrible experience with Anacondastores, never got the item in the end.

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    My order just got cancelled, but I got an email only 10 minutes before that saying the order was successfully received and will be ready for collection in 48 hours.

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    ozbargained?

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    I just dropped into Anaconda at Chermside, Brisbane. They had no stock of the 125L but what I will say is the thing must be hugggggge. The 80L they did have in stock was huge - Selling for $699 mind you. Personally when I go camping im very limited for space and this size seems just way to big to justify losing the tray space. Particularly if you're a tradie and you plan on leaving it inside the tray for everyday use too. Its like having an extra large toolbox on board massively reducing the tray capacity.

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    Ordered 8am this morning. Just got a refund and cancellation notice… Ffs Anaconda are pathetic

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    Just picked one up instore, it's bloody huge, I got OzBargained again. 7pm Friday. Thanks to the OP.

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    Yeah it's big but it's not hugeeeee like everyone is making out. If you've got a ute/larger suv it's fine.

    Fits fine in my ute with a canopy. Im not using it for camping, live out of town and come in to get all the food on weekends at 6am so saves me having to come home and can bugger around.

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    So I purchased one at 8:11am to collect from Narre Warren store. At like 2pm I got a cancellation notification :@.

    So called up the Springvale store at 3pm, they had a few left but wouldn’t hold one for me. So drove down and picked one up…

    It is big, but not too massive. Using it in the back of a 80 series landcruiser.

    I figure I’ll use the small zone normally (drinks for day trips etc), but like having the second zone for freezer for longer trips.

    Picked up a 140ah battery for $270, got a DC-DC 30amp charger second hand for $120 and going to get a decent solar panel.

    Going camping over Easter so will test it out.

    I wouldn’t recommend for a small vehicle, but for a landcruiser/patrol it’s not too bad.

    As for quality…. it’s not brilliant compared to premium models but looks ok. 2 year warranty is pretty good.

    Anyway pretty happy for the price.

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    Guessing it was a price error as it's no longer on the website.

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      No price error as they not sellin well as to big
      There’s one left at ballarat and 1 left at narrie warren if u go first thing bendigo sold the last 4 tonight between 4 n 5

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        I asked in store and that’s wgat I was told hence the sale price

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    This fridge is too big to be practical as a portable fridge imo.

    Currently own a 95L Waeco that lives in a camper trailer which is way to big to throw in the back of the ute. Plus the power consumption with a big fridge would need more battery capacity than I’d want to carry without a trailer.

    I bought the 45L oztrail fridge to use for those quick weekend getaways without the camper, and bought a Hardkorr battery box and 140AH AGM battery to suit. Just need a set of solar panels and I’ve got a complete setup for around the same price as one of the quality branded fridges (Engel/Waeco etc). The 45L has done well so far!

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    So. I just received a call from anaconda regarding my cancelled order.
    They told me it was an online pricing error, and that is why my order was cancelled.

    I asked the person to explain why they were telling me this when it wasn't an online pricing error, and that they were sold in store for the same price.

    They said no, definitely an online pricing error, and I again said, no, it was sold In store for the same price, therefore not an online error.

    I asked the person to escalate my complaint further, the person said sorry, I can't do that, I am simply ringing to tell you why it was cancelled, and I have to contact head office myself.

    Thoughts ? Do I let it go or keep at them?

    Ashley

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      Take it further. Staff are clearly wrong. Its not a pricing error at all, just a humongous fridge which needs to be cleared or else they will be stuck with them.

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        I will ring head office tomorrow.
        I have already stated I a willing to contact consumer protection.
        They happily took the money, and send me a message saying my order was being processed.
        I also have a picture somewhere of the fridge priced as such in the store.

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          Well.. I gave up.
          Contacted head office…. they didn't even bother responding.
          Pretty poor.

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      Got mine click and collect at Chermside QLD they said they sold 6 they had in stock, they were boasting about it being a good deal and never indicated any error in price just a good deal on a great fridge.

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    Mine was cancelled when there was stock showing in local store.

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    Anyone else still waiting on a refund?

  • +2 votes

    If anyone still looking for one, let me know as I still have to collect mine from Highett branch in Vic. Just a bit bigger than needed. PM me if interested. Price as purchased @499. Cheers

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    Got a call form Anaconda that they are back in stock and put one on hold for me. Hoping people that bought it previously might be able to share their findings / reviews before I pick up tonight

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      I think the biggest thing is, just be aware they are massive - make sure it fits where you want it to fit based on the dimensions.