Traveling with food can now be less cumbersome than it used to be. The Boxcooler is a backpack fridge invented by designer Sebastian Bertram. It is made so that it can be carried in two ways, in fact, like any other backpack.
If worn on your back, your hands will be free for something else, such as a tent or other bag. But if it seems too heavy, then there is a special comfortable handle.
It has a compartment for both food and dishes, which is very convenient. As the saying goes, "flies separately, cutlets separately."
Instead of conventional batteries, it contains Peltier thermoelectric cells, which provide freezing for a longer period. Thus, food remains fresher and tastier than in older devices. Thanks to special technology, you can recharge it both at home and in your car.
The carabiners on the shoulders of the backpack can be secured in the headrest in the car for safety. They keep your precious food stationary throughout the trip. Even in the event of an accident, the backpack will be firmly attached to the back of the seat and will not suffer any damage.
You can put all the items you need for a picnic in your pockets: a folding knife, a cup, a spoon, a fork. All of this is well thought out in order to use a minimum of occupied space with maximum functionality.
Designer: Sebastian Bertram.