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Intex Mega Chill II, Inflatable Floating Cooler, 48" X 38"
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- No need to get out of the pool for a nice refreshing beverage when you have an Intex Mega Chill 2
- The base can also be used as a floating base for a cooler up to 48 quarts
- Includes: Removable ice chest. Three air chambers. Six built-in cup holders. Four durable handles. Repair patch.
- Removable ice chest holds up to 72 cans and ice
- Use as a floating base for a cooler up to 48-Quarts
- 6 cup holders
- 4 Heavy duty handles
- Repair patch included
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4 Durable Grab Handles
The Mega Chill II has 4 durable grab handles for easy movement in and out of the water!
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58821EP Features: -Removable ice chest. -Keep up to 72 soda and ice cold. -Six cup holders. -Four heavy duty handles. -Three air chambers. Color: -White; Blue. Age: -Adult. Product Type: -Cooler. Style: -Inflatable. Dimensions: Overall Width - Side to Side: -38". Overall Length - Front to Back: -48". Overall Product Weight: -7.6 lbs.
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I think we might try it as it was designed next time to take away some of the height and weight. If you like having a few pops as you float around the lake or pool, this think is the answer. My friends were all very impressed and will most likely have one the next time we dock up our boats together. There is also a Intex tethering system, so you can hook up other Intex floatation devices together. Of course you could just use some rope and it works well that way too.
When we use ours, we place a 40 quart cooler (full of ice & adult beverages) directly inside. We leave the lid on shore; it just gets in the way of quickly grabbing drinks & is one more thing to keep track of. The cooler tube then connects to our tubes & floats down the river alongside of us, providing us with cold, accessible drinks for hours. The tube is big enough that, even with our cooler inside, there is space on the inside. We leave this space open & throw our empty bottles or cans into it ;) With this setup (no lid, cooler inside), our beer & ice is still cold at the end of our 4-hour float.
Upon receiving, we immediately blew it up and left overnight to make sure there are no leaks. I do like the locking attachment (hard plastic but seems very solid) for use with other tubes and/or coolers. Whether or not the rope supplied will last over time I don’t know.
A few tips if you do not plan to use a cooler inside of this:
> Freeze water bottles the night before to put in your cooler, these large chunks of ice will help keep things cool
> Leave your ice bag intact rather than breaking it up. We found that our ice hardly melted when it was all together
> Salt your ice so it stays colder longer as well
I think it was better that we did not use a cooler as I am not sure how it would have fit with the lid, but this is personal preference. One improvement I might suggest is to somehow insulate the cupholders with a thick rubber so your drinks don't get as hot as quickly. We could probably have helped things by bringing koozies, but we didn't want to accidentally lose them in the river.
Also, I wish there were handles on the short end so it was a little easier to carry, but overall we loved it and are so glad to have purchased this item! 4.5 stars!
Very stable and works ok as a cooler. I recommend getting a marine grade cooler that will keep ice a little longer (like the one above). I was able to use the quick connects (along with a set from my tube) to make little quick connect latches for the cooler handles to ensure a flip wouldn't send everything flying.
Went over several cascades, and even spent a part of the trip riding on top of the cooler that I kept on this float, and everything was still stable.
Yeti and rtic 45's fit like a glove in it!
Cons: the lid. I honestly threw it away. Why use the tube as a cooler when you can set an actual cooler in it.