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Coca-Cola Refrigerator and Coca Cola Cooler

Updated on October 24, 2013

Coca Cola Accessories

A Coca Cola refrigerator or Coca Cola cooler will give any room a cool vintage retro look. Let's face it. Anything with that classic Coca Cola logo is just plain cool. It's just the thing to spruce up your home bar or to add that last bit of charm to your mancave.

What could be cooler than this bottle shaped Coca-Cola fridge? (Psst! It's available below).

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Coca Cola Fridges

This fridge is a replica of the old timey coke machines that were used in the '30's and '40's. The outside is made of metal and there's a bottle opener with a cap catcher on it's side. This was made in the original style, before the machines were coin operated. So there's no need to exchange money for a coke.

These Coca Cola fridges are all small and portable. So you can keep it on your countertop, next to the couch or take it with you on your next trip.

Koolatron KWC-4 red Portable Mini Cooler, 2 Pack
Koolatron KWC-4 red Portable Mini Cooler, 2 Pack

Measures 11" X 8" X 11". It cools 32 degrees cooler that the temperature around it.

 
Koolatron KWC-25 Coca-Cola 28-Can-Capacity Portable Fridge with LED Display
Koolatron KWC-25 Coca-Cola 28-Can-Capacity Portable Fridge with LED Display

Measures 14.6" X 14.2 X 19.8". Small enough to sit right on your countertop and lightweight enough to be portable. Holds 28 cans of soda.

 


Coca-Cola 15-Can-Capacity Bottle-Shaped Fridge

If you're wanting a fridge that's also a unique conversation starter, look no further. I mean, seriously? If you saw this at a friends house, could you really NOT say something about it? I didn't think so. It holds 15 cans of soda and plugs right into the wall to keep your soda 32 degrees cooler than the ambient temperature. When you close the self locking lid, it looks just like a 28" tall bottle of coke.

Coca Cola Cooler

With so many coolers focusing on cans, it's nice to see one made for bottles. This is designed to keep 6 bottles of soda cold. It's perfect for taking to work or even for sporting events (because who wants to pay the high prices at the concession stands?).

PICNIC TIME Coca-Cola Six Pack Cooler Tote
PICNIC TIME Coca-Cola Six Pack Cooler Tote

Made of neoprene to keep your drinks cool. Has a handy carrying handle and a side pocket for miscellaneous items.

 

These coolers are designed for long trips, boat rides camping trips, big family reunion picnics or for those times when you just need to keep a bunch of soda cold. They plug in to your cigarette lighter socket (or into an adapter) so you don't even have to worry about ice. And if you need to keep food warm for a long trip? Don't worry. They do that too.

Koolatron Coca Cola Themal Electric Coooler / Warmer
Koolatron Coca Cola Themal Electric Coooler / Warmer

Holds 20 cans and cools them to 20 degrees cooler than the air around it. It even has 3 can holders built into the top for your convenience.

 
Coca Cola 17L Compact Cooler/Warmer
Coca Cola 17L Compact Cooler/Warmer

Measures 8.5" x 17.5" x 16.2". Slim design to fit in tight spaces. Runs off a cigarette lighter socket. Can cool to 40°F or heat to 135°F.

 


Coca-Cola 10-Can-Capacity Vending Fridge

How cool would your place be with this Coke vending machine in your living room, den, game room or in your home bar? Believe me, it would totally rock! Measuring 18.8" X 12" X 28.5", it holds 10 cans of soda and cools them to 32 degrees lower than the ambient temperature. This little machine would even be great for an office!

Bid on a Coca Cola Refrigerator

Check Ebay for all your Coca Cola refrigeration needs. You'll find newer replica coke items, plus actual vintage Coca Cola fridges and coolers. And most of the time, you'll save money. Click through to find even more cool coke items!

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