Engel MT-V Fridge Review

Updated: May 18

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Engel Fridge Review (MT-V 35/45/60/80 Series)

Thinking about picking up one of the legendary Engel MT-V fridges but having second thoughts about shelling out over $1,000 for a camping fridge?

Well, in this Engel fridge review I will run you through what I do and don’t like about it, as well as the key features that set it apart from the other brands out there.

I’ll also run you through the general consensus on what other real users of these fridges think about them.  Considering all of this, I’ll sum up by letting you know whether I think they are a good buy or not!

Sound good? Let’s get started by comparing a few of the fridges in this range to give you a feel for what kind of sizes and options are available.

 

MT-V35F

MT-V45F

MT-V60FC

MT-V80F


Engel MT-V35F
Engel MT-V45F
Engel MT-V60FC
Engel MT-V80FC

631 (L) x 360 (W) x 408 (H) mm

631 (L) x 360 (W) x 508 (H) mm

790 (L) x 490 (W) x 441 (H) mm

790 (L) x 490 (W) x 561 (H) mm

21 kg

24 kg

33 kg

39 kg

32 L

40 L

57 L

80 L

44 cans

60 cans

80 cans

118 cans

Single

Single

Dual

Single

-18°C/+8°C

-18°C/+8°C

-18°C/+8°C

-18°C/+8°C

3.0 A

3.0 A

4.2 A

4.2 A

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48 dB

48 dB

40 dB

40 dB

3 years (+2)

3 years (+2)

3 years (+2)

3 years (+2)

Pros & Cons

Engel MT-V60FC

Engel MT-V60FC

Pros
  • Superb build quality - Engel is famous for reliability
  • Uses the highly efficient Sawafuji compressor
  • Body/case feels tough as nails
  • 40-50mm thick insulation
  • Almost 3m cable length
  • Accepts 220-240V AC and 12V/24V DC power
  • Can set temperature from +8°C down to -18°C
  • Removable wire baskets included