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50 Quart Ultimate Xtreme Wheeled Cooler

by Coleman

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Ice Green
  • Exterior: 31.50" x 18.25" x 16.13". Interior: 16" x 8.5" x 12"
  • Keeps ice up to six days in temperatures up to 90 F
  • Convenient large wheels for pulling through rough terrain
  • Store up to 72 cans with ice
  • Channel drain for no-tilt draining

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Product Description

Keep it all cool inside the Coleman 50 Quart Ultimate Xtreme Wheeled Cooler.

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Product Details

Color: Ice Green
  • Product Dimensions: 28.4 x 17 x 16 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000G64I0Q
  • Item model number: 6263A721
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #280,145 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The build of the cooler appears to be good.
Blue Light Hawaii
This morning was EIGHT full days and there was still enough ice to keep the remaining drinks cold!
Paul W Morris
The "towing" capacity makes it easy to move around even when fully loaded to save your back.
Fruit Loop

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

82 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Fruit Loop VINE VOICE on January 10, 2005
Color Name: Ice Green
I bought this for camping and have used it during major power failures (including a four-day outage from a hurricane) so it's been a lifesaver as well as a piece of fun sports equipment. The promises are true - it will indeed keep ice for close to a week! I camped out in hundred-plus heat and the ice still stayed frozen. In fact, my canned drinks had were partly frozen. The "towing" capacity makes it easy to move around even when fully loaded to save your back. HIGHLY RECOMMEND for campers, sports fishermen, and anyone else
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71 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Blue Light Hawaii on September 20, 2009
Color Name: Ice Green
I am always looking for coolers with excellent build quality and that can maintain ice for longer periods of time. I recently got into "5 day" and "6 day" coolers. This is a review of the Coleman 6-Day 50 Quart Ultimate Xtreme Cooler.

When packing coolers, pre-chilled drinks and cubed ice are used. I use cubed ice because it is convenient, but understand that blocked ice maintain much longer than cubed ice. When tested, the Coleman Ultimate Xtreme Cooler kept ice for 60 hours (2 and a half days). Again, I am mindful that without blocks of ice, I cannot expect a full 6-days of ice retention. The Ultimate Xtreme significantly outperformed the older Coleman 48 Quart Cooler that maintained ice for only 24 hours.

The build of the cooler appears to be good. Looking at the cooler, the lid and walls of the cooler appear extremely well insulated. The lid appears to align decently with the body of the cooler, though the front and center of the lid does not appear airtight. Also, the drainage outlet has no significant "locking" feel as my old Coleman 48 Quart did. I noticed that condensation formed along the drainage outlet of the cooler. This is likely due to less insulation around the outlet. Not a big deal, but an inconvenient one as my wood floor got wet during the testing period.

Something to consider about this cooler is the canal on the inside of the cooler that leads to the drainage outlet. The canal is helpful in allowing any water in the cooler to drain almost completely without the need to tip the cooler. However, when packing the cooler, the cans will not line up easily or nicely due to the concave build on the bottom of the cooler due to the canal. Some people will see it as a plus and some will see it as a minus, I am neutral on this.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By W. D. Johnson on July 27, 2008
Color Name: Ice Green Verified Purchase
We purchased the Coleman Xtreme 50 Qt. and it really DOES keep the ice for 5-6 days. Great addition to the boat! In general, we love it. But, why did Coleman put the petcock for the drain on the same end of the cooler as the long tow handle? If they had just put the drain at the opposite end, one could leave it open and allow it to drain naturally while being towed across parking lots, docks or picnic areas. As it is now, if you want to drain off surplus while it is standing still, you have to lift it by a short handle and bend over while it drains. When loaded, this guy IS heavy...kind of tough on us 'boomers'. Just a thought...Carol Johnson - Morganton, GA
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Sailor_dude on May 27, 2008
Color Name: Ice Green
I bought unit to use on my boat. Packed with stuff and drinks & one frozen gallon of water (milk jug). No other ice.
Boated all day, cooler was in the sun, it was 85-90 degrees we used this cooler often. The next day I unpacked was preparing to clean this cooler. Ice was still ¾ solid, mustard and drinks were still ice cold.
Its amazing how cold stuff remains inside this cooler. Well worth the extra money.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Daniel C. Smith on July 5, 2006
Color Name: Ice Green
Best cooler ever! Cheap, portable, durable, and it really, really does keep stuff cold for days on end!!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Robert Nordstrom on September 8, 2008
Color Name: Ice Green Verified Purchase
This wheeled cooler has great ice keeping capabilities. On the downside, the wheels rub the sides of the cooler and make an annoying noise when you roll it around.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Happy Pat on July 7, 2009
Color Name: Ice Green Verified Purchase
This cooler works great and as advertised. Love the teal color too. We went camping and used this cooler for 6 days without adding extra ice. On the 5th day all ice was gone, however the ice water kept everything very cool. The days got upto 95 degress. Going to buy another one, however it will be much bigger.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By BrightParrot on July 9, 2011
Color Name: Ice Green Verified Purchase
Did a little research before getting 2 of these coolers. Seems Coleman edged out Igloo by a hair or two, so the order went in. We wanted coolers with wheels and although a slightly larger capacity would have been nice, these seemed to do the trick. One cooler for beverages, one for food were setup for our camping trip. As expected due to the amount of open / close cycles on each, the food cooler seemed to keep the ice better than the beverage cooler. (Apparently, we get thirsty more often than hungry.) The beverage cooler seemed to want about 10lbs of ice every day / day and a half to keep things well iced and cold, and the food cooler every 2 days. We probably could have gotten away with re-icing a bit longer, but I'd rather do it a bit sooner than later. I did drain the water out each morning as well. When looking at the reviews, it was noted that the drain plug is on the large tow handle side. Not ideal, as you can't pull the drain plug and roll the cooler along to drain at the same time, but not a deal breaker either.
I'd say that both coolers were nice and sturdy (having been impromptu seats a few times) and performed well under the circumstances. (Sunny, 80's to 90's during the day, low 70's at night) Were there things we could have done to improve their performance? Sure. Did we? Nope. We were more concerened with having a good time camping, so the coolers got to perform all on their lonesome, with little intervention from us. They did their job, and I'd say did it pretty well too. On arrival at home again, we emptied out the food cooler, but left the beverage cooler outside for a bit. (Tired from all that unpacking, I guess!) 3 days later, I was outside doing outside things, and got thirsty. Hey, lookie there! Drinks! Maybe even cold, too! And they were.
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