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Coleman 70-Quart Xtreme Cooler (Blue)
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- Stores ice up to five days at 90 degrees
- Holds 98 cans plus ice
- Two-way handles for easy lifting and carrying in tight spaces
- Two-inch insulation keeps food and beverages chilled longer
- Lid accommodates 24-inch cords (not included) for additional dry storage on top
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|Item Dimensions||18.5 x 15.98 x 31.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||14,770 grams|
|Item Weight||14.38 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||15.26 pounds|
The Coleman 50-Quart Xtreme Cooler is the ideal traveling companion. The large icy blue cooler and white lid are lined with a full two full inches of insulation and the hinged lid also features a secure and tight gasket seal, ensuring that your cooler will keep food and beverages chilled for up to five days at temperatures of up to 90 degrees. Holding up to 98 beverage cans with ice, this cooler features two-way handles for easy lift and maneuvering in tight spaces, and the sump-lined drain promises easy clean-up and no-tilt draining--a plus for this large capacity cooler. This model’s lid can be fitted with 24-inch cords (not included) for additional dry storage--lawn chairs, beach towels, picnic blankets, etc.--on top.About Coleman
The Coleman Company has been creating and innovating products for recreational outdoor use since W.C. Coleman started selling gasoline-powered lanterns in 1900. Inventor of the hugely popular fold-up camp stove, Coleman developed a plastic liner for his galvanized steel coolers in 1957--the birth of the modern cooler--and the company has been improving their utility and design ever since. The array of products that bear the Coleman name now includes just about everything you might need to work or play outdoors, from tents and sleeping bags to boats, backpacks, and furniture.
Top Customer Reviews
First, let me say that Coleman made its reputation years ago with its workhorse, white-gas cook stoves and lanterns. Today Coleman mostly makes products for backyard use and casual family camping. Coleman generally does not make quality products for avid outdoors people operating in rugged or demanding conditions, so you can't expect too much when purchasing a Coleman product.
That said, I went through Amazon.com to purchase a Green Coleman 6-day cooler because I didn't want to shell out hundreds of dollars more for a tougher product and because I needed a cooler that would fit comfortably between the gunwales of our canoes. So far, I have used this cooler on two river trips, the first of which lasted seven days in southern Utah during September, 09. The weather was hot, but could have been hotter. Our block ice lasted 6 days, and on the 7th day we had plenty of ice water, so the cooler achieved its 6-day rating.
This was followed with a 4-day trip in October, which wasn't long enough to test the cooling performance of the cooler, but did reveal the cooler's low-quality construction. On the second day out, one of the handles came off when its plastic retaining pin fell out. A member of our party had with them a smaller Coleman Xtreme cooler, and both of its hinges were broken off and useless. So, if you plan to use this cooler much, I would suggest taking the preventive measures described below. And then try to be gentle with it.Read more ›
i only packed meat, eggs, and cheese items, mayo, mustard, etc. in this cooler, and kept veggies in a smaller, older cooler. I packed it with two one-gallon water jugs frozen, two half-gallon early times whiskey jugs, frozen (these are good because they are flat, flask-shaped jugs), and about four frozen water bottles. Several of the meat items were frozen when packed.
Day one, we traveled across Bakersfield, with the cooler sitting in the bed of my truck exposed to the sun, and the temperature in the sequoia foothills was 108 degrees. When we got to campsite, I was disappointed that the whiskey jug ice block had melted through. The cooler fit nicely inside the bear proof boxes (it fits in sideways as the bear boxes are 33" deep). Temperatures in the days were about 80 degrees with some sun exposure on the brown bear boxes. Day three the veggie cooler needed an additional seven pound bag of ice added. Day four I added an additional seven pound bag of ice into this cooler, thinking that it had been too hot the first day. Day six we drove back home, again through blazing 100 degree desert heat, and when I returned I found that one of the gallon water jugs was still half ice. All the leftover meat items were at a safe cold temperature.
So we got six days out of this cooler and it performed well for our trip.
I didn't buy from Amazon, but from a local shop, and I noticed of the two they had in stock one of them closed tighter than the other, so I picked the tighter-closing one.
Examples of shoddy construction:
-the bottom part of cooler is constructed of two pieces of plastic (inside part and external part) with foam in between. The seam where the two pieces of plastic comes together is not sealed properly. In some cases this gap is about 3/64". This compromises the integrity of the cooler. (This was way more prominent on the Marine version of the cooler. But, I have a feeling it is just inconsistent manufacturing and some Coleman coolers will be more screwed up than others, regardless of model. Wish I could find a store that carried them, as I could pick and choose and find the least crappy one, instead of ordering online and playing the lottery.)
-hinges are cheap and thin plastic that I suspect will break in less than a season
-handles are cheap plastic held together by cheap plastic pins (doubt they last more than one trip)
-drain plug is cheap plastic cover type and not screw type
-no basket to keep dry things dry
-inside of lid looks like it has channel for rubber seal, however, A) there is no seal and B) more infuriating is the fact that in 8 little places and one larger place near handle, this channel is missing, so you cannot even put in a seal yourself to completely seal cooler.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This cooler has the best insulation out of any cooler I have ever used--it really does keep things insulated and cool for five days.
Just a note, that 70-Quarts is HUGE. Read more
I think this may be the best cooler I have ever had. It cleans so nice. The plug for drainage is tight and you do not need to worry about melted ice leaking in your car like some... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shelly
We camp every summer 3 or 4 times, and usually out away from easy access to ice. With our old cooler, had to leave the campsite and make the trek into town to get ice, usually... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Viking Sailor
Absolutely love this cooler keeps your stuff nice and cold. Took it camping a few years ago and stored all my food with dry iced and it kept it cool for four days. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kathleen Lopez
As good and to me, better than a Yeti cooler.
Seriously an excellent cooler and comparing the price to the Yeti line of coolers MUCH better!!
The Coleman Extreme Cooler keeps things cool for a very long time because of great insulation. This is the only cooler I want to use. Don't let the price dissuade you. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Smathers
Great size and we are very pleased with the design.
Too bad it leaked after the first use. We still use it, but we put on a thick towel every time.