Engel 39 Litre Combi Portable Fridge and Freezer


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39 Litre Combi Fridge-Freezer

The latest model is the MTV series of portable fridge freezers. Featuring a fridge capacity of 17, 23 or 40 litres and a freezer capacity of 16 or 22 litres depending on your configuration.

With the cabinet divider in place – FREEZER 16lt/FRIDGE 23lt

With the cabinet divider in place and moved forward – FREEZER 22lt/FRIDGE 17lt

With the cabinet divider removed – FRIDGE ONLY OPERATION 40lt capacity.

Features include:

  • DC Power Consumption: Variable from 0.5 – 3.0 AMPS
  • Power: Built-in 240V AC/12V/24V DC
  • On/off reed switch installed for the interior LED light
  • Robust corner protectors & handles
  • Larger lockable door latch for ease of access
  • Stronger reinforced baskets
  • Five years Warranty

The beauty of the MT-V45FC is the ability to move the internal cabinet divider which gives you the option to increase either the fridge or freezer capacities.

Still powered by our secret weapon, the highly efficient and robust SAWAFUJI SWING MOTOR which still boasts the lowest maximum power consumption in the market.

ENGEL SINCE 1962 looking after Australians on the move.


Additional information

Weight24 kg

Net Weight

24 KG

DC Power Consumption

Variable from 0.5 – 3.1 AMPS


Built-in 240V AC/12V/24V DC


5 Year Warranty

Voltage Selector


External Dimensions

H508 W631 D360 (Add 60mm for each handle)

2 reviews for Engel 39 Litre Combi Portable Fridge and Freezer

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  1. J

    This fridge is smarter that you may think. Yes the divider seems agricultural, but there is actually a hidden thermostatically controlled fan inside the upper side of the fridge section that circulates cold air from the freezer side to the fridge side. This fan does accurately maintain the fridge section between 0-5C, assuming the freezer side is set to below 0C. The cooling power of the unit is a little down to that of the 40L owing to the much smaller evaporator, but it still performs well here in the Kimberley on 40C+ days in the back of my Patrol.

  2. Great fridge freezer as I’m sharing my 2 years of owning it then now bought a stf90.
    I want to pont a few good and bad point regarding the product as I owned a MT45 before upgrading to that one.
    Good points:
    * Amazing power consumption (average of 26AH per day temperature set at -11 deg)
    * Good overall strong structure
    * The ability to choose the fridge / freezer compartment size
    * Compressor not too noisy and only kick when needed
    * The led light

    Bad points:
    * Quite heavy and and if you add a fridge slider or a fridge drip add it’ll add a considerable weight.
    * The plastic used to fabricate the body and lid are not good quality / or strong and will degrade then crack quickly as seen on photos. This was after 1 year of owning it and the unit always stay under the bed tucked away from the sunlight and weather and I read before this was concerning a few other old Engel units before they fabricate the MTV45
    * The new latch system is great and strong but after using it for 2 years the spring got slack and doesn’t lock as it used to.
    * They are still easy to scratch so maybe powder coating them is the way to go

    And lastly I want to add. I do not mind spending some extra money to get a stronger fridge and better quality but the quality has considerably dropped over the models while the price of Engels fridges has increased. Engel need to keep on top of quality control and parts quality

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