Dometic CFX Insulated Cover
CFX 28 Cover

The CFX thermal insulated covers improve compressor efficiency and reduces power usage in extreme heat environments while protecting against scuffs and scratches.
  • Effective insulation
  • Improves efficiency
  • Quality materials
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Dometic CFX Insulated Cover
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    • Thermal insulation improves compressor efficiency and reduces power usage in hot climates
    • Reflective fabric provides thermal barrier against heat from direct sunlight
    • High-strength nylon fabric protects against direct impacts, scuffs, scratches
    • Custom fit allows for optimum compressor ventilation with access to controls and power inputs
    • Easily access your food and drinks with hook-and-loop lids that insulate when not in use
    • Extra storage pouches keep smaller items and extra cords within reach
    • Tie-down loop holds cooler firmly in position

Protect your powered cooler!

The Dometic CFX IC28 thermal insulated cover improves cooling efficiency and reduces power usage in high ambient temperatures. The cover's durable and heavy-duty fabric protects against scuffs and scratches, while outside pockets provide convenient storage and easy access to small items. Four fixing rings enable the unit to be safely secured in the vehicle. A plastic window gives a view of the cooler's LED display, as well as access to the power and temperature buttons. A practical, protective and energy saving accessory for your CFX cooler!


SKU number 9105306643 
Model CFX28 IC Cover 
Model on label CFX-IC28 
US Item Name CFX-IC28 
Scope of delivery 1 insulated cover 
Product Description CFX 28 Cover 
Dimensions product depth 12.99 "
Dimensions product height 16.93 "
Dimensions product width 22.44 "
Net weight 2.87 lbs
EAN-13 0713814218980 
Dimensions parcel depth 14.57 "
Dimensions parcel height 4.72 "
Dimensions parcel width 18.50 "
Parcel weight 3.97 lbs
WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to