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Igloo Maxcold Ultra Roller Cooler

4.4 out of 5 stars 498 customer reviews
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  • Polyethylene
  • Pack 40 quarts' worth of your favorite food and beverages, then roll it to your destination of choice
  • Extra insulation in lid and body is capable of keeping ice for five full days
  • Rugged, durable wheels and stout, wide swing-up tow handle make it easy to transport
  • Easy-to-clean, stain and odor resistant liner
  • Includes limited one-year manufacturer's warranty
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Product Description

Designed with maximum performance in mind, MaxCold coolers have extra insulation to provide a barrier to heat. Offering performance, quality and then some, these items are now feature-filled with Pebax hinges that last 4-8 times longer than standard plastic hinges, heavy duty, long lasting hybrid latches and stainless steel lid straps. Other key features include comfort grip handles and soft ride sport wheels. Dimensions 23in Lx 13in W x 18in H.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 12.9 x 17.4 inches ; 10.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B008E3P2BW
  • Item model number: 45266-PARENT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (498 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,133 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Style Name: 50-Quart
Unlike most of the other wheeled coolers, this one has the handle on the back. It's retractable with a push button release, like the tow handle on a suitcase. I like this design better because I'm very tall, and the ones with the handles on the end would usually have the bottom scrape along the ground when pulling them. No problems with that here. The wheels are large, and it's easier to pull over rough ground than smaller wheeled coolers.

There's also a drain at the back, under where the handle retracts. The inside is sloped so that most of the water runs out if it's on level ground. Or you can just use the handle as a lever to tip it up to make it drain faster. So far it keeps 20 pounds of ice up to 5 days, but we haven't gotten to the really hot weather here yet. I probably could have put another 20 pounds in it and still had room left over. The handles on the sides are sturdy and easy to grip. I had no problems lifting it with the ice in it. It's easy to clean on the inside, with rounded corners that don't trap crud.

The only drawbacks are the width, and the lid not having a latch. Since you're dragging it by the short end, it's much wider than other coolers and may not fit through some stairways and doors. Just grab a handle on one of the ends and pull it through. The lid does stay on reasonably well by friction, but I wouldn't trust it if it tipped over with something heavy inside. The width does mean that it's much, much tougher to tip over when pulling it, though.

Overall, a nice cooler that holds a lot of ice, pulls easier over gravel, and doesn't scrape on the ground. I'm happy with mine.
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Style Name: 40-Quart
I have owned this 40 qt model for 3 or 4 years and think that this cooler is great. Its a nice size for a family of 2-4 for a picnic or weekend camping trip (I use this cooler for the stuff that has to stay cold and a large plastic tote for other stuff like buns). Its pretty small compared to 60, 80, 100 qt models so I'd look at in a store before ordering.

Its nice to have the wheels (the 60 qt model does as well but I don't think the 80 or 100 qt models do). The larger size models also have a drain which I did not care about (this one is small enough to wash in a larger kitchen sink and I mainly use ice packs).

It works as advertized. On a recent camping trip we left on a Friday in 90 degree weather and came home Sunday and the ice packs were still frozen. A friend had also pored some ice into the cooler and the ice was still frozen/sticking to the ice packs when we got home.
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Style Name: 40-Quart Verified Purchase
I have been checking out coolers at local stores (Target, Walmart, Kmart, Sears, etc.) and also online. I prefer personal-sized coolers but decided to look for a mid-sized, wheeled cooler that can keep its contents ice cold the longest and which have excellent build quality. This is my introduction to "5 day" coolers.

The Igloo MaxCold 40 qt Wheeled Cooler was purchased on sale for $35 at Target. The size was the draw, not too big to drag along to the beach, barbecues, sporting events, and carry in the car. At the same time, it was big enough to carry drinks and items for an entire day out with the family. Plus the wheels work well and are an appreciated convenience when having to walk a distance with the cooler.

So far, this cooler has kept contents ice cold significantly longer, about 1.5 days longer, than an older Coleman 50 qt cooler. The walls of the cooler and lid are noticeably thicker, which adds more insulation. Average time period that contents remain ice cold is just under 3 days. I pack the cooler using cubed ice and pre-chilled drinks, and was not expecting a full 5 day duration without larger blocks of ice in the cooler. In addition, family members are always going in and out of the cooler, which allows the cold to escape.

The major drawback to this cooler is the absence of a drainage outlet. The drain would help on extended trips, especially when adding new cans and ice to the cooler. Allowing some water to drain would greatly reduce the weight.

Overall, the Igloo MaxCold 40 qt Wheeled Cooler is a good cooler missing one key feature found on most full-sized coolers, a drainage outlet. 4.0 out of 5.0 score, which would be 4.9 with a drainage outlet.
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Style Name: 60-Quart
Got this from a local store for about $50. Used it for parties to keep drinks cold. While it does a good job of insulating, both hinges and the lid latch are already broken in less than one year. For $50, I expect better quality. See my photos for examples. I would not recommend this cooler.
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Style Name: 60-Quart
Purchased this cooler in 2007 and it has been used and abused extensively in the ensuing 5 years since its acquisition. Pulled onto sandy beaches, carried onto pleasure crafts, wheeled onto fishing piers, it has never failed to perform or even skipped a beat in its function on a week to week and year to year basis. The clasp was accidentally left open and sheered off last year aboard a fishing vessel, but that was replaced with a hybrid plastic/stainless steel latch that took only minutes to reinstall. When the hindges break, they too will be replaced with their stainless steel counterparts ( already purchased ).
During its ownership, it has and does, on a regular basis, carry some 10 - 16 lbs. of ice and a corresponding number of drinks and has been lifted, dropped, pulled, kicked, pushed and sat on with no ill effects by myself, my sons, and friends and left out in the summer sun throughout the day's direct light but continues to keep our liquids and catch cool as well as the first day it was purchased. In short, there is nothing about this cooler that I can condemn or even leave a negative feedback, and the available replaceable parts mean no planned obsolecence anytime soon or the foreseeable future - a winner in my book and opinion.
Update: 15 Sept. 2012 -
After 5 years, the original plastic hinges broke from usage and were replaced with Igloo stainless steel replacement parts, and, along with the hybrid plastic/stainless latch, have rendered this cooler not only better than new, but much, much better than new. I like this cooler now more than when first purchased.
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