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GC 680 Fridge - internal size

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Wisp

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United Kingdom
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Grand California 680
Looking to use stacking boxes to store contents of fridge. Does anybody have the internal dimensions of the fridge?
 
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Bobcat01

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Aberdeenshire
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Grand California 680
Morning.
Base internal length 50cm
Height base to bottom of top basket 22cm
Width front section 24 cm then takes a step in at back to 20cm

Remember the front section of the fridge is for tall bottles or milk as it's clear of the top basket shelf When it slides in.

Hope that helps.
 

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Steef

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Meulebeke
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Grand California 680
Morning.
Base internal length 50cm
Height base to bottom of top basket 22cm
Width front section 24 cm then takes a step in at back to 20cm

Remember the front section of the fridge is for tall bottles or milk as it's clear of the top basket shelf When it slides in.

Hope that helps.
FYI : On youtube I saw that there are 3 shelves in the fridge : Above the 'top' basket there is an additional (thin) shelf.
 
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Wisp

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Location
United Kingdom
Vehicle
Grand California 680
Morning.
Base internal length 50cm
Height base to bottom of top basket 22cm
Width front section 24 cm then takes a step in at back to 20cm

Remember the front section of the fridge is for tall bottles or milk as it's clear of the top basket shelf When it slides in.

Hope that helps.
Hello Bobcat01
Thank you for the photo and dimensions.

From your experience of using the 680, how long will the fridge operate when not on mains hook-up. We've ordered a solar panel on our 680?
 
Breeze1

Breeze1

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Dorset
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Grand California 600
Thank you Steef. We will check youtube.
There is only 1 sliding basket tray and 1 pull out drip try directly under the freezer.

As an experiment we have run without hook up for 3 days possibly would have lasted 3.5 but we moved site. That was in summer.
 
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Bobcat01

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Aberdeenshire
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Grand California 680
It's very subjective to time of year, ambient temps, how much sun for solar and if your using other electric consumers heavily. I would say without top up 3 days comfortably. . But you can always start the engine and use the boost charge facility which brings the battery up quickly ie 30% to 80% in about 30mins.
As Breeze says there is only one sliding shelf basket.
 
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Wisp

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United Kingdom
Vehicle
Grand California 680
Thanks again Bobcat. I appreciate there are other factors to consider. I was just trying to get an idea how long you could be off the grid.
 
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Bobcat01

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Aberdeenshire
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Grand California 680
Realistically in Summer in good sun I think you could avoid any need to be on hook up. Time will tell when we see some sun again!
 

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