RVD VS RVD PRO
I purchased my RV45 for use in overlanding and off grid camping. The dual zone does indeed allow for one side to be below freezing and the other above freezing and I never have problems with it maintaining temperature. I put it in the back of my Jeep where it got knocked around pretty good, especially when I got offroad and onto trails. I really kind of expected it to conk out due to the bouncing and abuse but it has held up and continues to work fine.
I'm currently at the beach 2 weeks after my purchase and this thing is great so far. No more worring about ice I just look at the temp. The only negative thing is when I unboxed it, the foam in the tow handle was torn all the way around. In no way does it hurt the function of the cooler itself. I would highly recommend.
Received Setpower when they promised. It has kept items frozen on the freezer side and food/drink at the set temperature on refrigerator side! It did do up to 10 degrees in the heat of the day on the freezer side.
Since purchasing my rv45 I have yet to use it outdoors. But I have tested it and find it to be adequate for what I will be using it for. Probably update after my family camping trip
Used it over the weekend, one section I used as a freezer, in the other side I used as a refrigerator… I put 10 pounds of meat that was not frozen on the freezer side… And it was froze within 24 hours… So far I am very happy I purchased it