PRE-REFRIGERATE YOUR ITEMS
For at least 12 hours before travelling, it can be very helpful to pre-refrigerate everything you want to keep in the SnoMaster fridge, in your fridge at home. You can also put the food into the SnoMaster fridge and run it on 230 Volts. For products that are still warm, it is best to do this one day before you depart on your trip.
SORT YOUR FOOD WISELY AND PLAN YOUR TRIPS TO THE FRIDGE
When going on a trip for several days, sort your food by order in which you want to eat them. If you cover each layer with newspaper, then less cold air can escape when the fridge is opened and the other food remains frozen.
Avoid unnecessarily opening the fridge, and keeping the lid open for too long (especially during the warmest part of the day). Also, before you start cooking think about all the foods you will need from the box, and get drinks for all your fellow travellers while you’re there.
FILL UP EMPTY SPACE
If a mostly empty box is opened, a lot of warm air comes into the box and then it must be cooled down after you close it again. This is very energy-consuming. Therefore, we recommend that you reuse empty space with frozen water bottles. The frozen bottles also help to keep the temperature in the box longer, even when the fridge is switched off.