Brass Monkey Fridge Freezer

Updated: July 1

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Brass Monkey Portable Fridge/Freezer Review (9L/15L/22L/36L/60L/80L/100L)

Are you keen to get your hands on one of the Brass Monkey portable fridges or dual fridge/freezer units? Wondering whether they live up to the hype?

In this Brass Monkey fridge freezer review, I run through their pros and cons, the main points of difference with other popular models like Engel and Dometic/Waeco, plus whether I think that they are a good buy!

To begin with, let's take a look at a quick comparison of the most popular models in this range!

 

25L Fridge

36L Fridge

50L Fridge

60L Fridge


Brass Monkey 25L Fridge
Brass Monkey 36L Fridge
Brass Monkey 50L Fridge
Brass Monkey 60L Fridge

585 (L) x 335 (W) x 350 (H) mm

723 (L) x 360 (W) x 365 (H) mm

723 (L) x 360 (W) x 455 (H) mm

723 (L) x 360 (W) x 545 (H) mm

12.1 kg

14 kg

15.5 kg

17 kg

25 L

36 L

50 L

60 L

36 cans

52 cans

76 cans

98 cans

Single

Dual

Dual

Dual

-20°C/+20°C

-20°C/+20°C

-20°C/+20°C

-20°C/+20°C

45W

0.25 kWh/24hr

60W

0.25 kWh/24hr

60W

0.25 kWh/24hr

60W

0.25 kWh/24hr

3 years

3 years

3 years

3 years

Pros & Cons

Brass Monkey Fridge Freezer

Brass Monkey 75L Fridge Freezer

Pros
  • Very affordable
  • Can set temperature from -20°C to +20°C
  • 2 power modes - Max and Eco
  • Accepts 100-240V AC and 12V/24V DC power
  • USB charging port included
  • Bluetooth app control
  • Quiet operation (38dB)
  • 3 year warranty
  • Handle and wheels for easy transport
  • Optional extras like solar panel charging, insulating covers and slide drawers are available
Cons
  • Unit must be kept level (<5° tilt angle) for long periods of usage. It can only handle short periods of use at up to 45° tilt.
  • Requires 200mm clearance at back and 100mm clearance on sides.