We have already spoken in the appropriate article of the Gio’Style Bravo line and in this article we will discover the characteristics of the Giostyle Bravo 25 model. Starting immediately with a premise: there are two different versions of this product, the one with electrical connection and the passive one. We will analyze the obvious differences in the next paragraph and always continuing in this review you can evaluate the prices of both models and also all the features.
Portable fridge Giostyle Bravo 25: electric or passive?
The difference between the electric and the passive Giostyle Bravo 25 is the possibility to connect the former both to a 12 Volt socket and to a 220/230 Volt socket. In this way it is able to independently cool the drinks placed inside it. On the other hand, the passive Giostyle Bravo 25 is not able to cool food autonomously, as ice bars must be placed inside.
“But which to choose between the two?”
Well certainly the electric Giostyle Bravo 25 is more advantageous because it allows you to do without the ice bars to put inside. And it is ideal not only for those who want a mini travel fridge, but also for those who want to put another one in the house. Please note: the company also sells Bravo 25 electric fridges with 12V connection only, so check before buying which version it is.
The mini passive fridge Gio Style Bravo 25 is ideal for those who travel and for those who want a fridge to take to the beach or camping. And it’s also ideal for those who want to spend very little[review the Bravo 25 passive mini fridge price here].
If, on the other hand, you want a more complete fridge and are willing to spend a little more, then you’ll have to opt for the Bravo 25 electric [seethe price here and find out if it’s still available].
Gio Style Bravo 25: the differences between the two models
We would like to point out that, in addition to the aspects already mentioned above, there are other differences between the two models. And now we’re going to analyze them below, but first we point out that the two products also boast similar characteristics, such as the material of realization(polypropylene) and the practical handle that facilitates the transport.
Below we list the differences:
- Different capacities: the Bravo 25 passive mini fridge has an internal capacity of 22.5 litres (up to 6 one-and-a-half litre bottles fit) while the electric one has an internal capacity of 21 litres.
- Different size and weight: Bravo 25 passive measures 38 x 25 x 38 cm and weighs 1.95 kg, Bravo 25 electric measures 38 x 25.6 x 43 cm and weighs 3 kg.
- Different colors: the designs also vary, Gio Style Bravo 25 models can be found in either a blue/white version or an orange/white version. The Gio Style Bravo 25 electric models can be found either in the blue version with green lid and handle or in the dark green version with light green lid and handle[this one].