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Igloo Island Breeze Maxcold 50 Quart Roller Cooler (Ice Blue, 27.5 x 16.75 x 19.063-Inch)

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  • Polyethylene
  • Cool Riser Technology(TM)
  • Foamed lid & extra insulation for MaxCold performance
  • Wide grip push-button & locking telescoping handle
  • Oversized soft-ride sport wheels
  • Holds 69 12-oz cans and holds 2 liter bottles upright
  • 50-quart rolling cooler ideal for camping, tailgates, BBQs, and more
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Product Description

Product Description

Whether you play, camp, fish or BBQ, this wheeled cooler will get your food and beverage there with ease, and keep it cold all weekend long. The elevated cooler base minimizes contact with the ground and hot surfaces, improving cooling performance. Holding 2 liter bottles upright, this cooler will hold 69 12-oz cans. The oversized soft-ride sport wheels make pulling this cooler across a park or through the campground easy. The foamed lid and extra insulation keeps your beverages and food cold.

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The best cooler in its class, the Igloo Island Breeze MaxCold 50-quart rolling cooler is ideal for camping, playing, fishing, BBQs, and just about every other outdoor occasion. The Island Breeze MaxCold is equipped with Igloo's Cool Riser Technology, which minimizes contact with the ground and hot surfaces. This helps improve cooling performance, keeping your soft drinks, food, beer, and other cooler-worthy items chilly throughout the day and evening. The cooler is also plenty large at 50 quarts--enough room for up to eighty-six 12-ounce cans. Plus, the cooler fits 2-liter upright plastic bottles, along with a ton of food and ice. And to ensure that the contents stay cool regardless of the situation, this particular Island Breeze includes a foamed lid and extra insulation. The MaxCold design keeps your food chilled throughout week-long camping trips in the high desert.

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.

Specifications:

  • Exterior dimensions: 27.5 by 19.1 by 16.75 inches (W x H x D)
  • Weight: 16.75 pounds
  • Warranty: 1 year

About Igloo
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.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 27.3 x 20 inches ; 16.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 16.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B002SUGS7O
  • Item model number: 45071
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,299 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Keeps things cold.
Nir Oksenberg
Wheels make it easy to move and handle pretty rough terrain.
Scruffdude
Great for camping.
Shirley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

156 of 159 people found the following review helpful By Dark Helmet on March 29, 2010
Unlike most of the other wheeled coolers, this one has the handle on the back. It's retractable with a push button release, like the tow handle on a suitcase. I like this design better because I'm very tall, and the ones with the handles on the end would usually have the bottom scrape along the ground when pulling them. No problems with that here. The wheels are large, and it's easier to pull over rough ground than smaller wheeled coolers.

There's also a drain at the back, under where the handle retracts. The inside is sloped so that most of the water runs out if it's on level ground. Or you can just use the handle as a lever to tip it up to make it drain faster. So far it keeps 20 pounds of ice up to 5 days, but we haven't gotten to the really hot weather here yet. I probably could have put another 20 pounds in it and still had room left over. The handles on the sides are sturdy and easy to grip. I had no problems lifting it with the ice in it. It's easy to clean on the inside, with rounded corners that don't trap crud.

The only drawbacks are the width, and the lid not having a latch. Since you're dragging it by the short end, it's much wider than other coolers and may not fit through some stairways and doors. Just grab a handle on one of the ends and pull it through. The lid does stay on reasonably well by friction, but I wouldn't trust it if it tipped over with something heavy inside. The width does mean that it's much, much tougher to tip over when pulling it, though.

Overall, a nice cooler that holds a lot of ice, pulls easier over gravel, and doesn't scrape on the ground. I'm happy with mine.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Scruffdude on November 20, 2010
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Great Cooler with extra thick walls to keep things cold. I need one like this for my work and with 4 Ice Blocks it will stay cold for 2-3 days in a hot car. Wheels make it easy to move and handle pretty rough terrain. My only issue was the supplier, Target, the first cooler I received had a damaged wheel probably do to the poor packaging. The box was crushed on one side and there was little padding inside around the cooler. I will give Target a good grade for customer service and returns. I simply printed out my Amazon receipt and had UPS pick up the damaged item at no cost to me. The replacement cooler also came in a beat up box, but, was fine.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By B. Muslu on July 10, 2011
I will give my initial review for this item until I get a chance to use it.
First off, I bought mine from Target for $35.00 so if you have a chance to go there, go quick while supplies last.
When I first saw the cooler, I thought it was to big. The MAX Cold does add a little more thickness than your average 50qt cooler, but if you want ice to stay as ice, then get this cooler.
The handle is great, and I feel better than other ones that are pulled from the side where the weight of the cooler actually is on your shoulder, rather than the handle. This one is more on the handle. The weehels are nice and big so you wont have any issues going over dirt or rocks.
I thought I would have an issue with the size of the cooler cause I have a Chrysler 300C and this thingfit just perfect. I also like how the handles are made, nice and big and easy to grab. Althought I did not have a chance to fill the cooler with anything, lifting it felt pretty solid.
There is a video on Youtube about this cooler, but the only thing is it shows it as a 60qt when igloo does not make this one in a 60qt. The person who put the video up (which looks like igloo) should of put 50qt. He has a nice video review of the item, and after you watch the video, he shows a nice Ice Pack divider and food tray which DOES NOT COME WITH IT. Had I never watched the video, I would never of known that they are added accessories to the cooler. My main concern of looking for a cooler was for a food tray so that I can put sandwiches or cheese which putting it directly on the ice.
I went ahead and was able to find the Food Tray and Ice Pack divider which is only sold on Igloos website.
The price of both items are not bad at all, but I wish they both came with the cooler.
I will get photos up of everything once my 2 accessories come.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Chris Daidone on July 23, 2011
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Cooler itself is a good shape and handles are sturdy. I thought the wheels were gonna be rubber but they're just hard plastic.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Terry Walby on November 14, 2013
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This cooler did indeed keep ice for 4 days.
Yes, I pre-chilled the cooler about 36 hours ahead of the trip and the majority of the items were cooled until the day they went into the cooler, but we had it out in 90 degree temps (shaded as much as possible) and mostly in the shade when we were near camp.
Left on a Friday morning and returned Monday night and still had ice!
Holds a good weekends worth of food and more.
Wheels and handle worked well over uneven terrain and the sturdy handles on the side look like they will handle the loads for years to come.
Even sat on the lid more than a few times... (Manufacturer says not to, but when you need to sit, you need to sit) no problems with deformation of the lid or seal... Your mileage may vary on that.
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