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So on day three I put it back in the freezer then used my daughters small ice pack (it fits into a small lunch sack for kids).
After eating room temperature, slightly melted cheese & liquidy pudding cups for 2 weeks, I finally went back to my old lunch cooler.
I put it in the freezer overnight, put my lunch in it in the morning, take it to work and have a nice cold lunch about 6 hours later.
I strongly disagree with reviews that say it does not stay cool very long. I used it to carry samples of kombucha, leaving it in the car all day long on a warm NYC day, removing a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joseph Callender
I came across this product and love it! It keeps my husband's lunch cool all day and is great for picnics too!Published 23 months ago by C. R.
Have had this great little cooler for my lunch for about 5 years. It has held up amazingly well. This summer the inside started to tear and I knew I needed a new one. Read morePublished on July 25, 2012 by Ntbtebmkb
I don't use this cooler at the office to keep my lunch cold; there's a refrigerator for that. I use it when I'm doing field work and my regular cooler is full of water, etc. Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by Ryan Winkleman
We debated about the size of this lunchbag, but after using it a few months we haven't had much trouble getting everything we need for lunch inside. Read morePublished on January 15, 2012 by CL564
i got this to replace a Zero Degrees lunch box for my kid. they WORK well, but i had issues with the zipper. it came un-sewn and pretty much unusable. bummer. Read morePublished on November 30, 2011 by JustKim
This item was smaller than advertised. I could not get much in it. They must have really small 6-packs!
This item took up space in my freezer. Read more
We got this cooler for my husband to take to work. He works in a shop that has no A/C so having plenty of cold drinks is very necessary. Read morePublished on July 13, 2011 by debh