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Coleman 54-Quart Steel-Belted Cooler

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Product Description

Go back in time with cold food and drinks today when you take a Coleman 54 Quart Steel Belted Cooler along with you. It looks just like the one you remember. The painted steel cooler is large enough to hold 85 cans, and the stainless steel handles with rubber grips make it simple to carry. The cooler is also durable. A solid steel latch is designed to seal securely. Rust-resistant hinges and screws protect against breaking, and a rustproof, leak-resistant channel drains without having to tilt the cooler. The base, lid and liner are also easy to clean.

About Coleman

W.C. Coleman was a young salesman taking a stroll after a hard day’s work selling typewriters when he spotted a new type of lamplight in a drugstore window in Brockton, Alabama. This new light burned with a strong, steady white flame and was fueled by gasoline. The standard lamp of the era burned kerosene and produced a smoky, flickering, yellowish light. W.C. was stricken with very poor eyesight, and was very interested in this new, steady white light that enabled him to read even the smallest print in books and on medicine bottles. Coleman saw potential in the new light, and through his vision a new company was born that would put America’s farms and ranches in a new light, and would eventually make his name synonymous with outdoor fun.

Key Features
  • Holds 85 cans
  • Secure seal, solid steel latch
  • Easy-to-carry, stainless steel handles with rubber grips
  • Rust-resistant hinges and screws protect against breaking
  • Rustproof, leak-resistant channel for no-tilt draining
  • Easy-to-clean base, lid, liner
  • Rustproof, leak resistant channel drain for no tilt draining
  • Painted steel body
  • Made in the USA of US and foreign component

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 17.5 x 17.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 36 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00363X0S2
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #304,874 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Regardless of what you've read or what anyone tells you, this is not a five day cooler.
Trekker
It was a beast, indestructible, load it with ice and it would keep your food and beverages cold for an entire weekend.
sds67
If you really need a metal cooler buy an old coleman on ebay, they blow this junk out of the water.
psubrett

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By psubrett on February 4, 2010
Many people have probably written reviews after having this great looking cooler for about a week and maybe one good tailgate. Yes you get comments on the look, but as I have read previously this thing is terrible. It does not stay latched, so why it has a metal latch on the front is beyond me. The drain plug does pop open fairly easily and at unwanted times. Why didn't they make this with the screw on type plug? Who knows! I've had this for about 2.5 years. I don't use it heavily by any means, probably less than 10 times a year, but the hinges on the lid have started to separate after about 5-10 uses. Almost like the lid is too heavy for the hinges and they are now bending. I am not impressed and I would not suggest buying this cooler. Plus, the price has gone up from $100 to $150 in a couple years.....that is ridiculous. If you really need a metal cooler buy an old coleman on ebay, they blow this junk out of the water.

Also, ice doesn't last more than about 8 hours in this. If you need to keep stuff cold for days then buy and Igloo Marine!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Sierra on December 27, 2010
I bought this cooler becuase it was advertised to keep ice longer than most coolers. It does not. I also thought it would be a rugged cooler that would provide years of service, but after only four years the cooler is falling apart.
The hinges are tearing off the back and the lock on the front does not work well. I use the cooler about 10 times per year on weekend trips. I know if the cooler was used more often it would be completely broken by now because I have used it so little.

The cooler is also much heavier than other coolers, if it kept ice longer I would not mind that.

Save your money and just buy a regular cooler unless you just want the retro look.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Trekker on April 20, 2012
I've had this cooler for several years and it has served me well, but there's a lot of things that could be better. Regardless of what you've read or what anyone tells you, this is not a five day cooler. At the end of five days, you will have a cooler full of lukewarm water.
Pros:
- Outside is semi-rugged. It's rode on the rack of my 4X4
- Recessed handles are good and can be used for tie down
- Looks attractive
Now for the cons:
- Latch is terrible
- Seal is awful
- Insulation is pitiful
- The hinges are easily hyper-extended
- The drain plug on an "expedition quality" cooler should screw in. Mine popped open and leaked all over the interior of the SUV several times
- Don't sit on it, it's a cooler not a chair
- No tie down or lashing points other than the handles

Having said all that, it's a decent cooler for the price if you want to keep some drinks cold on a weekend outing and you don't leave the cooler in the sun. I plan on garage selling mine and stepping up to a Yeti 50 quart.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Wrubleski on July 29, 2013
I received this cooler as a gift in July of 2011 so its just 2 years old now. I have used it approx. 6 times over that span, no more than that, but perhaps less. Last time out, the "metal" latch snapped in half. Technically, it may be metal, but it isnt steel. Its some sort of soft metallurgical byproduct. The latch didnt work for s*** anyway, so no big deal I guess, unless of course you'd like to keep your cooler closed. Also, the "holds ice for 3 days" claim is completely bogus. In 85 degree heat, this thing will hold ice for 20-24 hours, no more. The whole thing is just cheaply made. It's a plastic cooler with a paper thin sheet metal shell and is not rugged in any way. The handles were adequate, thats about the best thing I can say. For the $100+ dollars this thing cost, I expected (and rightly so)WAY MORE. That being said, here is a list of PROS and CONS

PROS:
- Looks Good

CONS:
- Pretty Darn Heavy despite the lack of quality
- Isnt any better than a regular Igloo plastic cooler in regard to ice retention
- Extremely Poor Quality
- Drain has a tendency to open by itself
- Easily dinged and dented
- Hinges barely support lid and almost surely wont after prolonged use
- Lock or Clasp is cheap and ineffective

In summation, pass on this. 40 years ago Coleman made a quality cooler, when pride and craftsmanship were more important than profit. Unfortunately, those days are long gone. Save yourself $80 bucks and get an Igloo, it'll work just as well if not better.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By NYFB on August 30, 2012
Purchased the stainless steel one and the ice would melt in a day, time after time. Got tired of placing ice day after day so I spent additional $100 and purchased Pelican with heavy duty construction where ice stays for few days. Coolers are investment so it really pays to get a well engineer and built cooler since coolers do not have any electric parts and will last for long, long time without any maintenance. The stainless steel on the Coleman gets bent very easily and when traveling, although I checked it in as fragile item with the airline, regardless I ended up with many dents. I practically abuse the Pelican when we take it for water skiing and it does not even gets a single dent. There are couple of good cooler producers out there where it cost few dollars more but do not expect to see or purchase it in a general store. Coolers are an investment since after all it keeps the food cold for few days without having any need to run to a store for ice like with this worthless cooler every single day. Good coolers are designed to be used for traveling as well as not traveling especially during summer seasons. I keep few watermelons in the cooler due to its weigh and size where I can not place it in the refrigerator.
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