Dometic Protective Cover for CFX3 35 Portable Cooler

Protective cover made to fit Dometic's CFX3 35 powered cooler in charcoal black.
Item # 99338
Color Black
Special Order Item No
Ships LTL Freight No
Return Policy 30 Days (After Delivery)
In Stock

Description / Dometic Protective Cover for CFX3 35 Portable Cooler

This insulated protective cover is made by Dometic for their CFX3 35 powered cooler. Designed to preserve the exterior of your cooler by shielding your cooler from elements such as dirt, dust, and scuffs. It also provides extra insulation to ensure the temperature of your cooler is regulated more efficiently.

DYERS TIP: Whenever using a powered cooler outside, keep it in the shade and out of the sun or heat (if possible) for maximum performance.

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Item # 99338
Brand Dometic
Series CFX3 Series
Model CFX3 PC35
Manufacturer SKU 9600026462
Compatible With Dometic CFX3 35 Powered Cooler
Color Black
Features Made From Thermoformed EVA Foam and 1200D Nylon
Contoured to Fit Snuggly While Still Allowing Easy Access to the CFX3 Interface
Vent Cut-Outs to Allow for Proper Ventilation
Durable Fabric in a Modern Black/Charcoal Color
Protects Against Dirt, Dust, Sand, Moisture and Water Splashes
Included (1) Protective Cover
*Cooler is NOT included, it is SOLD SEPARATELY*
Warranty Limited 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Net Weight 4 lbs.
Special Order Item No
Return Policy 30 Days (After Delivery)
UPC 713814329389
LTL Freight No

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