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- insulated cooler bag, interior vinyl lining
- front zippered pocket for storage
- dual side mesh pockets provide additional storage
- 6" x 8.5" x 7.5"
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Dimensions 8.5 x 7.25 x 6 inch, capacity 300 cu in/4.9 L, weight 12 oz/0.3 kg
- Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 6.5 x 2.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01GK72N74
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 3, 2016
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Top Customer Reviews
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Folks may have smaller containers and the size may be perfect for them, but overall for me I wish it was a bit larger. I only gave it 3 stars because it's just like any other average size cooler bag out there in my opinion. There's nothing really special about it.
It's got a small footprint, but it is very room on the inside. It's hard to tell in the picture, but you can actually stack stuff higher than the zipper because the lid is about 1.5 inches tall. It fits lunch and snacks easily for me, along with a few ice pack things. For example, today I brought in this bag the following: two "brick" style ice packs, a 12-ounce can of soda, a sandwich, a snack-size bag of crackers, a sandwich bag half full of fresh pineapple, string cheese, a pear, and a few cookies and still had room to spare. It holds the ice packs, a can drink, and two ~6" square glad ware containers with room to spare. The front zipper pocket is great for a napkin and utensils. The strap is adjustable and goes to a good length. The top of the bag is sturdy enough that if I bring something to be heated, I can put it on top of the bag to carry it back to my office. My stuff stays cool and my ice packs are still frozen - and anything still in it is still cold - at 6 p.m. after having been packed at 7 a.m.
Love this bag.
The Everest Cooler is insulated and designed to keep cool things cool and warm things warm. I did not find it to do either very well on its own, so I purchased two freezer packs ($2 total at Wal-Mart) to put inside and that did the trick.
This cooler has one big opening to put your food in and then a front pocket that comes in very handy for small bags, treats, gum, etc....I happen to keep my coffee sweeter packets in the front pocket and have plenty of room to spare. The room in the main compartment is spacious - I always put 2 solid square freezer packs, a bottle of water, a pre-packaged protein shake and whatever I am eating that day. It all fits perfectly and the combination of the insulation and the freezer packs (that I purchased separately), my food and drinks are always nice and cold no matter what time I end up eating at. It also has a nice strap that you can lengthen or shorten according to your preference. Love the blue. This works perfectly for me!
**I included a few pictures to try my best to show you the depth of the 2 compartments as well as the insulation on the inside.
Well, I am happy to report that this bag exceeds expectations. Without going on, I'll simply say that this has stood the test of time as far as durability is considered. Surprisingly, I no longer need ice packs. This will keep my cold food cold/cool for an extremely long time. The interior is easy to clean, and the strap is pretty handy. All in all, I highly recommend this bag.
1: Size - this lunch box is large enough to put a small thermos and a sandwich container side by side with room to spare. It is also deep enough that I can layer what I pack so chips and cookies don't get smashed by heavier items. Unfortunately it's big and bulky. My Kindergartener needs help carrying it and his backpack and my first grader handles it but just barely. My older two don't have any problems and say it's the best one they have had so far.
2: Color - as far as color choices I was disappointed that there were very many choices. It would have been nice to have at least one girlie color such as pink or purple so all my kids could pick a different color that they liked.
3. Zippers - Having 4 of these over the last month has proven that you have to be watchful of the front pouch zipper. I have one bag whose front pouch zipper gets stuck and the teeth don't catch so we can't use it anymore. 1 out of 4 might suggest that one bag just had a defect of some kind, but it loses a star for that.
Overall we are happy with our purchase for the year and I would recommend them if you need something large enough to hold a decent lunch for about 2nd graders on up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The zipper is a bit difficult to close as the lining gets in the way. Nothing special. I believe it is a bit overpriced.
I wouldn't buy another one.
Great small cooler. My husband needed a small cooler for the back of a golf cart to hold bottles of water. Fits the bill!Published 1 day ago by Donn Nightingale
Originally I loved the bag unfortunately after 6 weeks the zippers broke.unfortunately not recommended. The two stars is for the insulation.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Gave 3 out of 5 I would have liked a bigger one with a water bottle but it's okay I guess hide sight I guess lolPublished 1 day ago by gerard
For summer camp this year, our youth were able to use these lunch bags to keep their food and medicine temperature controlled, even if they were on a hot bus. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Donna Marie Johnson @MarketLikeQueen
I take a lot of food with me to work on a daily basis as I prep my foods. I have consistently had problems with size and shape of bags. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Gregory Gilbert
It's comfortable to wear and fits my 4-cup pyrex containers nicely.Published 7 days ago by Caleb Peters