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Cooluli introduces six-can cooler/warmer

Cooluli introduces a portable six-can AC/DC electric cooler and warmer that fits in a counter or in a vehicle.

The thermoelectric system allows for easy switching from beverage cooler to food warmer. Holds up to six 12-ounce cans or four 16-ounce bottles.

Ideal size for use at home, in the nursery, office or dorm room, the release noted, adding that mom’s love the ability to keep milk or formula at the right temperature. Users can bring their lunch to work in the morning and keep it hot all day.

The device changes from cooling to heating with the flip of a switch.

The Cooluli Cooler and Warmer includes AC and DC power adapters making it easy to go from indoor 110-volt AC power to car use by plugging the appliance into the car cigarette 12-volt DC adapter.

Cooluli can be used on boats, RVs and while camping or picnicking. Conveniently comes with a USB power adapter to power the cooler and warmer with a computer or through any other USB charging port. The USB cord only powers cooler in ECO mode.

Cooluli has a matte finish on the outside and fits perfectly on a desk. Simply wipe it down to clean the inside and outside. The lightweight, sturdy polypropylene plastic design and magnetic self-lock latching door along with included DC adapter makes the cooler and warmer portable.

A carrying handle on top makes transporting the appliance even more convenient.

The thermoelectric cooler and food warmer works by transferring heat from one side of the device to the other along with electric energy. It’s recommended to wait 30 minutes before going from cold to hot. The cooler and warmer is 100 percent safe and Freon free.

Since thermoelectric cooling works without refrigerants, the Cooluli Cooler & Warmer is also environmentally friendly, the release noted.

It measures 11-by-7.25-by-10 inches. The cooling capacity ranges from 40 F to -45 F ambient temperature. Its warming capacity ranges from 122 F to 144 F.

For more information, or to order a device, click here.


About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is the editor of Let's RV and the editor of RV Daily Report. A Wisconsin native and father of three grown daughters, he is now based out of Arizona and travels the country in his Winnebago Adventurer motorhome interviewing industry professionals and interesting RVers alike. He can be reached at

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