What fridge is this?

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What fridge is this?

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Just browsing the flea market, and came across this van...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VW-T3-T25-WES ... 078wt_1141" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Does anyone know what make/model the compressor fridge is? Looks a perfect size replacement for an original Westy fridge

Not sure how well it would compare quality and performance wise against a Waeco.....?
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Not entirely sure but could be the JK own branded one which is 12/240v. Couple folk on here got then and reckon they're ok. Dimension at link http://www.justkampers.com/just-kampers ... ility.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Note: I don't have one myself so no recommendation or otherwise!
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Could possibly be...

The width is about right... I'm sure the Westy fridge is 380mm wide

Although the seller described it as a compressor fridge, and the JK one doesn't have a compressor :?
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Vitrifrigo C50


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richlaz wrote:, and the JK one doesn't have a compressor :?

Oooooh I missed that. Wonder how it works then...
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Ooohh that Vitrifrigo is the one

That site says it isn't a compressor fridge either

Wonder how they work...
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http://www.penguinfrigo.co.uk/shop/cate ... dges/#C50i" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

that's a different model BTW

http://www.jacksons-camping.co.uk/vitrifrigo/c50i.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Quite a nice fridge. Fills the westy gap better than a Waeco, and doesn't stick out... :-)
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Reading the figures ,it users double the waeco power
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I still prefer the Waeco anyway... many conversion companies use them... must be for a reason!

However I've never actually seen one of those Vitrifrigo's in the flesh :? :lol:
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