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Other features include oversized soft-ride sport wheels and a locking telescoping handle for easy transport; integrated lid tie-down loops; and grab-through side handles.
Igloo has remained the number one brand in the worldwide cooler industry for more than 60 years. Igloo began in 1947 as a small metalworking shop with two employees. The company produced metal water coolers designed to replace the wooden drinking buckets used by construction workers, oilfield workers, and longshoremen. Evolving to insulated, all-plastic water coolers by 1965, Igloo's coolers soon became the cooler of choice on the jobsite. Igloo has released a number of innovations through the years, including the first rectangular ice chest, the first all-plastic ice chest (initially sold only to beer manufacturers), the iconic tent-top Playmate personal-size cooler, and the first wheeled cooler.
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Excellent build and quality. Sturdy purchase when rolling and the side handles are a plus.Published 2 days ago by Henry
Loving this. Holds more goodies than I could need and has the drain hole underneath so you can drain while moving. Read morePublished 2 days ago by chuck wicker
This is one BIG cooler and it comes on some BIG wheels. The handle is a bit flimsy, not extremely strong or sturdy but the cooler itself is really nice. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Shesinstpete33710
I liked it so much I bought a second one. Handle is sturdy enough for a cooler full of drinks and ice. Well insulated. Read morePublished 6 days ago by David Seller
Gets the job done. Wheels are on the right side. Good space for all the goods. Keeps things cold. Everything as advertised with not disappointing surprises.Published 9 days ago by Nir Oksenberg
I recently purchased this cooler for my sister in law after owning one myself for several years now. This cooler is built tough! Read morePublished 12 days ago by kerramello