Igloo Maxcold Ultra Roller Cooler
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- 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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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.
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there is no drain plug. So factor that into your purchase decision if it's important for you.
(No big deal for me as I felt it was small enough to lift and empty the water by pouring it out)
But it is definitely not a
" Five Day" cooler during outdoor use.
Camping in mild outdoor temps...we replaced almost totally melted ice every day... just like every other "old school" cooler.
If you're looking to save money on ice with a cooler that keeps ice frozen for a few days (like I was)...look elsewhere.
We have an older Rubbermaid that rocks the socks off of this particular Igloo.
Hope my review was helpful-
Any questions? Happy to help-
This is an inherently defective cooler with inadequate handles followed by defective hinges . At 11 months the handle failed. Admittedly under a pretty good load, but a 60 quart cooler is supposed to routinely have a heavy load in it. Igloo was hopeless at customer service. It took a webform, two emails and two phone calls to get them to respond to a clear warranty issue.
Amazon, to their credit, offered to make good if Igloo failed to honor their warranty.
Two months further down the road, and one of the replacement handles has failed after a week in service. Just today, and a hinge failed. I know and understand nylon hinges, and baby them so they last.
The 40Q size is perfect for a two person camping trip and I wouldn't want anything any bigger.
When I was reading reviews, I noticed other people complain about two things. 1 lid not snapping shut and no drain.
The cooler I purchased has a double snapping lid and it works very well.
The other complaint of no drain is true, but I prefer not to have a drain because of issues of having people forget to reinstall them, especially after the cooler is moved into a trunk or worst, a tent'
Last trip was four days, only used ice supply from our fridges ice maker, filled bottom fourth of cooler. cooler was stored in trunk of car during daytime and outside at campsite the rest of the time, temps averaging low to high eighties.
After returning from trip, there was still around 3-4 lbs of ice left.
On the plus side it is well built...sturdy handle and strong lid. Lid pops off and on easily. Would be OK for a day trip.
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.
UPDATE August 29, 2015:
Still using this cooler quite a bit, twice a month on average. Still works great, though there are a bunch of stains now. I purchased this for around $32, so the recent prices seem pretty high.
UPDATE June 30, 2016:
Cooler is still going strong. It is now being used about once a month. It is my most useful cooler; not too big as my Coleman Xtreme 50 Quart and not too small as my Igloo Maxcold 16 Quart. This cooler is by far my most used cooler.
UPDATE July 15, 2016:
Attached are some pictures of the Igloo Maxcold 40 Qt Wheeled Cooler that I bought in 2008. Still in great condition, but with a few scratches and stains.