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CreekKooler - Outdoor Insulated Floating Cooler - 30 Quart
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- FLOATING COOLER - Save space in your small watercraft and tow the CreekKooler.
- INSULATED DESIGN - Two inches of insulation is injected into the hull and deck, giving CreekKooler an ice retention of 48 hours. 30 quart capacity holds (30) 12-oz cans and 20lbs of ice.
- TOWABLE - Tow the CreekKooler behind small watercrafts, float in the water or drag across dry ground.
- DRY STORAGE - With its watertight, locking lid and o-ring design, use your CreekKooler as secure storage on the water or in the snow.
- PATENTED DESIGN - Dual-wall, blow molded construction, 4 drink holders located on deck.
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The Ultimate Water Companion
Introducing the CreekKooler. An innovative patented floating cooler designed with dual-wall construction and top quality insulation resulting in superior ice retention.
The CreekKooler glides across all surfaces and easily navigates behind your kayak, canoe, SUP or raft. With tow points allowing users to tie it to their boat or canoe, users favorite beverages and food are always within arms reach.
The CreekKooler, whether used as a cooler or for safe storage , is at home anywhere, especially in the water.
- 30qt Capacity
- Holds 30 12oz Cans and 20lbs of Ice
- 4 drink holders located on deck
- Dual wall blow molded construction
- Foamed Insulation
- Dimensions 39.5" L x 21"W x 12"H
- 1/8 turn threaded water-tight lid
- Great for secure storage
Give Your Cooler Character With Your Own Mini Flag
Small, But Mighty With Up To 30 Quarts Of Storage
Built In Drink Holders Keep Your Drinks Safe On The Water
Large, Water-tight Locking Lid To Keep Your Storage Safe
Hold Up To 30 12oz. Cans And 20lbs. Of Ice For Every Adventure
Reinforced Tow Points To Keep Your Gear Safe And Within Arms Reach
Revolutionary mobility, drag, pull or float using the streamlined, reinforced hull. The CreekKooler from Kanooler Products has two towable handles which reduces carrying effort required to reach your campsite, or simply float the CreekKooler to your entire party relaxing on the lake. Foam filled, plastic hull allows you to keep drinks cold for days, and the 1/8 turn lid allows for dry storage if you want to use it that way. Made in the USA.
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The Creek Kooler is larger than I expected it to be. Standing at nearly 6' tall, this cooler is about as tall as my waist when stood on its end. It is a bit heavy, but I was very pleased to find that even if I load the cooler down to maximum capacity that the amount of additional drag is not extreme. I have found that securing the cooler to my kayak with an very short lash improves the experience of pulling the cooler behind my kayak, and for rivers with even a modest current the Creek Kooler is a delight to pull. Drag becomes more significant when there is no current to help push you along, and when moving against the current it becomes more extreme still, but moving even upstream is possible while towing this cooler behind your craft.
The Creek Kooler is very durable, and it is fully water-tight when the lid is properly secured (I tested this by attempting to submerge the cooler). I have taken this cooler on multiple overnight or multi-day kayaking runs, and even after pulling the Creek Kooler for over 20 miles I did not find that it significantly added to the amount of work that was required to keep my kayak moving along at a steady pace.
One other thing that I have found that I truly love about this cooler is that it tends to spark conversations with passers-by. I cannot count the number of times over the month or so that I have owned this thing which someone out on the water commented on it, or asked where I got it from.
So now I've had it a while, and I use it in Texas where the weather is quite hot. Took a 22 mile trip with it loaded with 20lbs of ice and plenty of water and some sandwich wraps in ziploc bags. Even with temps in the mid-90's for an 11 hour day in the sun, this thing ended the trip with at least 80% of the ice still frozen. I really don't need 20lbs of ice in it, and won't do that again, unless I plan on a multi-day trek with no supply line to restock ice. Of course, even then, I'd freeze my 2nd and 3rd day of water in bottles to preserve the cold for an extended period of time.
There are two things it could use. 1st, something to keep it from swimming side to side behind you. As many have mentioned, you need to keep it as close as possible, but if it had a fin on the bottom back side, that might help. Be sure to put the heavier load in the back of the cooler, else you could have bad nose-diving and serious drag. The drag is bad at best, but this makes it worse. Another thing (and I'm going to make one myself) would be to have attachments to the handles that spread out a few inches to the sides of the cooler. This would allow tying two ropes to it and then those to each side of your kayak. Haven't tried this yet, but would love to see if it helps.