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The Coleman 62 qt. Xtreme Cooler features Xtreme 5 technology and the capacity to hold up to 85 cans. It features two-way handles for easy lifting and carrying, and the rustproof, leak-resistant channel drain allows for no-tilt draining. Dimensions: 26L x 14.75W x 14H inches. About Coleman Company Inc. Fueled by poor eyesight and blind ambition, W.C. Coleman began his company with the invention of his gas lamps in 1905. Twenty years later, the company saw a country at war and an Army without adequate stoves. The Coleman pocket stove is today considered one of the two most important innovations in non-combat equipment in the war effort. It is this commitment to quality and innovation that continues to push the Coleman brand to create essential and reliable products that are convenient and easy to use. High-quality plastic construction with hinged lid. Features Xtreme 5 technology and Thermozone insulation. Designed to hold up to 85 cans. Comes with tow handle, 2-way handles, and sturdy wheels. Dimensions: 30.1L x 16W x 17.3H in..
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Worth every penny. Ice lasts long. We live in Phoenix. So take my word. Drain works well.Published 4 days ago by Woody
it keeps ice for 3 days. but the ice water stay cold for much longer.Published 13 days ago by jayne
Fits casserole containers as well as drinks. Having both a pull handle and lifting handles is a great plus. Drain hole is convenient to use especially when rinsing out. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Builderguy
Stays colder than most coolers, but not as long as I hoped on our camping trip..Published 16 days ago by Steve Ross
We camped 5 nights in a monsoon (irrelevant, but miserable) and 90° heat, but only added ice the last day. And that was to make sure the milk and eggs stayed cold enough. Read morePublished 19 days ago by trista
Generally very good product. But the hinge screws fell out after some use.Published 21 days ago by Dave Flannery