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Coleman 70 Quart Xtreme 5 Cooler
|Price:||$54.99 + $12.12 shipping|
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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|
Keep your food and drinks cold for an extended time, and make the fun last longer, when you bring a Coleman 70 Quart Xtreme 5 Cooler. Xtreme technology uses an insulated lid and extra insulation in the walls to keep your items cold for up to 5 days. Large enough to hold 98 cans, you'll have plenty of space for refreshments for a whole group of people. Whether you're headed on a long weekend camping trip, a roadtrip, or out to a BBQ, the 2-way handles make getting to your destination easy. Once you arrive, the cup holders molded into the lid will keep your cold drink close while you enjoy the day. When the fun is done, the leak-resistant channel drain makes it easy to empty any excess water without tilting the cooler, so you're ready for your next fun adventure.
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.
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I'll wait and see how long it last.
I had ice in plastic lock & lock containers in the freezer, it had to come out to make room for food. I had two one gallon containers, and several smaller 12 oz containers full of ice. plus a couple of zip lock bags 12" full of ice cubes, that had been in there a couple of months.
It filled just over half of the cooler, I didn't put any food or drink in there. I shut the lid and opened it five days later, which was today.
The ice appeared to be melted, but it was icy cold water. I emptied the containers out into my watering can to water the plants (waste not want not!)
I was surprised there was a two inch lump of ice in one of the gallon containers and a small piece in one of the small containers, and a few small pieces of ice in one of the zip lock bags.
I now know that this cooler works really well, after five days all that ice water, there was over four gallons! If I'd had frozen food in there, it would have been ice cold too.
I usually turn the electric off before going on vacation. Now I'll be able to turn the fridge off a few days before my trip, so I can clean it out, and I'll put the food in the cooler, so I won't be doing it at the last minute.
I'm very happy with my cooler, it is a nice size. I bought the one without the wheels, because reviewers said the ones with the wheels are a bit smaller, this is just right.
Once in Baja, we kept the first cooler in the shade, off the ground (on rock "feet"), and wrapped in insulated surfboard bags. The second cooler was simply kept in the shade and covered with one or two beach towels. The second cooler ran out of ice after 5 days, but the water stayed sufficiently cold by periodically adding ice chunks from the first cooler. The first cooler still had 10# of ice in it when we returned home.
The air temperature in Baja ranged from 45-80F
Be careful with the handles and do not pull laterally on them if the cooler is full (they will break).
We got both coolers for $80 delivered. What a bargain!
Update 6/18/2017 Replaced handles with rope. Could use some further tweaking but now no use for it. It does keep a block of ice frozen for a while with the lid closed in moderate PAC NW area.
If you are super anal about making sure it's shut properly and only open it infrequently, AND where you are isn't too hot, you can probably stretch this a couple days, but remember we live in the real world, they test these things in an artificial world most of the time.
All that said, we used this as our beer cooler and for that it was superb! There are few things like an ice cold beer on the beach camping. For most of the reasons above we did add ice every day.
I look forward to years of use from this cooler, and for the price, it is pretty hard to beat. It's a keeper!