Furrion Arctic® FCR10DCGTA-BR-SV-EM

10 cu. ft. Furrion Arctic® 12 Volt Built-In Refrigerator

Furrion Arctic® FCR10DCGTA-BR-SV-EM

10 cu. ft. Furrion Arctic® 12 Volt Built-In Refrigerator

Compact and efficient, the built-in design and large capacity delivers flexibility while elevating the aesthetics of your kitchen.

Includes:
- 10 cu. ft. Furrion Arctic® DC Refrigerator - Black, Left Hinge (SKU #: FCR10DCGTA-BR)
- 10 cu. ft. Furrion Arctic® Door Panels - Stainless Steel (SKU #: C-FCR10DCDTA-A01)
- 24 months limited warranty

NOTE: The Refrigerator and Panel are shipped separately.
Selected Hinge: Left
Selected Panel: Stainless Steel
$1,549.90
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  • Powerful, efficient cooling on the move.

    Description

    The spacious 10 cu.ft. Furrion Arctic™ 12V Built-In Refrigerator brings advanced cooling and durability in a sleek and elegant package. Thanks to an innovative arrangement of its components, it offers the largest capacity of any fridge in its class, delivering 25% more storage space than its counterparts within the same external dimensions, so you can bring all the comforts of home on the road. With energy consumption an important consideration while on the move, its high efficiency means this fridge won’t be a burden to your power system. Specially designed for mobile living, it’s built to fit perfectly into your existing space so you can worry less about RV renovation and more about heading off on your next adventure.

    Key Features

    High efficiency DC compressor

    25% more storage space

    Quiet operation: <43dB

    Built-in construction

    Customizable door panel

    Easy installation

    Replaceable charcoal filter

    Door and storage lock

    • High efficiency DC compressor
    • Temperature range
    • Noise level
    • Storage volume
    • Dimension and weight
    • High efficiency DC compressor
      Input voltage: DC 12V (min. DC 10.5V to max. DC 17V)
      Input power rating: ≤ 15A (11A @ 12V DC)
      Energy Consumption: 1.08kWh per day
    • Temperature range
      Temperature range Refrigerator compartment: 32℉ to 50℉ (0℃ to +10 ℃) ,
      Cooling speed: 3 hours. 77℉ to 5℉ (25℃ to -15℃) with no load.
      Temperature range Freezer compartment: 10.4℉ to -4℉ (-12℃ to -20℃)
      Cooling speed: 3 hours. 77℉ to 41℉ (25 ℃ to 5℃) with no load.
    • Noise level
      ≤43dBASPL @ 1m (installed)
    • Storage volume
      Total volume: 10 cu. ft. (237L)
      Freezer volume: 2.8 cu. ft. (79L)
      Refrigerator compartment: 7.2 cu. ft. (203L)
      Half gallon bottle holder
    • Dimension and weight
      Outer Dimension (DxWxH): 25.75 x 24.25 x 60.15 inches (654 x 616 x 1528mm)

      Recessed Dimension (DxWxH): 23.75 x 23.30 x 59.65 inches (604 x 592 x 1515mm)

      Net weight: 134lbs (61kg)

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Customer Reviews

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wildusa
Fit in same spot as Dometic 8 cu ft, power on opposite side.

We like the extra space compared to our old absorption refrigerator. It fit right into the same space our old Dometic was in. I highly recommend taking the doors down off before attempting to bring into the RV. We did have to relocate the power to the other side, would be nice if the power connection was in the middle.

The fridge shipped freight directly from Furrion in Elkhart.

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Wm C. Dower
Awesome

What an excellent fridge works fantastic. And reasonably priced.

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Clay H.
It works

I was wondering how well a Refrigerator with a 12-volt Compressor would work. It is a little noisy. The center of the freezer stays at 10 degrees. The back wall of the refrigerator will freeze anything touching it, but the center of the compartment stays at about 40 degrees. Still not used to the fact that there is so much room in it. Over all we are happy with it.

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J. Bowser
Very easy on the battery bank.

We bought this refrigerator for our off-grid cabin with expectation that it would use less juice than a conventional refrigerator. I have not hooked up any monitoring equipment to it yet but after 24 hours of use it uses only a little bit more than the 3.1 cu ft that we replaced according this morning's battery level. Went running it only draws about 8.5 amps @ 12VDC and since the cabin DC system is 24V a small 30 amp 24V to 12V converter handles it nicely.

After letting the unit sit for 24 hours (had to transport it on it's back) we powered it up yesterday and it cooled down nicely after a few hours. After "living" with it for 24 hours it seems like a nice 'fridge and so far the only thing I can say negatively about it is Furrion's opinion of what is quiet is a bit different than mine! When it is running the high velocity/capacity fan noise is quite apparent but after a while we got used to it.