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ORCA ORCG020 Cooler with Single Flex-Grip Stainless Steel Handle for Simple Solo Portage, 20 quart, Green
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- 20-quart storage capacity
- Durable, roto-molded construction
- Lid gasket to ensure a perfect seal
- Single flex-grip stainless steel handle for simple solo portage
- Cargo net attachment for added storage
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20-quart storage capacity, Durable, roto-molded construction, Integrated insulation for maximum ice/cold retention and freshness of your stowed items for up to 10 days, Lid gasket to ensure a perfect seal, Single flex-grip stainless steel handle for simple solo portage, Cargo net attachment for added storage, Easy-flow drainage spout.
Size: 20 quart | Color: Green
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My bet, if you asked 100 people what they primarily stick in a cooler, beer would be among the top answers. One of the worst design features of this cooler is that you cannot stand a bottle of Bud (or any standard beer bottle for that matter) upright; it is about a 1/4 to short! While some posters noted this, the design ineffectiveness from that poor decision is stunning. If you have a cooler with food and other items, you must dig around under and over everything to get a cold drink out. Worse, whilst you are digging all the cool air that was trapped has now escaped. To add insult, and this is where my title comes from, the geniuses at Orca have embossed a big logo into the interior of the top - yes you guessed it - about 1/4 inch deep. So while you're ruining your food and destroying any chance at effective cooling they are advertising. The pinnacle of horrid design.
Another major design flaw is the netting. I noted that many users said they would not use it. I thought it a great idea, but quickly realized how poorly conceived it was in application. A cooler unless it is in the middle of a lawn, is usually placed out of the way, probably in the shade, under a picnic table or in the bed of a truck, or under the head of a boat, with it’s back against something. That leaves fine access to the front and if there is clearance you can open and get out any item you need. Well the netting which is where I kept my knife, bottle opener and ax for wood, is on the BACK of the cooler. I can't tell you how many times I had to pull the whole cooler out of a tight spot just to get at the items kept in the back pocket. Why not just put it on the front? Well, again, it seems for branding. Having the useful netting on the front would block the coolers big orca tail and American flag logo. It’s sort of embarrassing to have the American flag associated with such a poor design.
In closing, I will always try to buy American made items first. But what will make America great is competitiveness not blind devotion. My advice to Orca, from the customer perspective; worry less about branding and more about whether your product is designed and built well. If it is people will flock to it. This cooler worked only marginally better, held far less and cost almost 10x as much as the cheap Chinese made Walmart cooler I had to replace it with. And that is a sad statement for our country and this company.
Real world cooler Results:
Cooler was in a car covered with refractive blanket with an ambient temperature of 72F for about 5 hours per day, and outside at night with temperatures ranging from 25F to 50F
Full solid block of ice: 2.5 days (max)
Bag of cubed ice: 1-2 days
Price, lifetime warranty, totally USA made, and ice retention makes it an easy choice.
I already own another 40qt Orca, and love its balance of space, retention and portability. The 40qt is a perfect size for 1 guy camping for 3 days.
I decided on this pink one for several reasons.
1)It was less than $160 shipped. ! That is a door buster price for this size and quality cooler!!! I was afraid it'd come beat up or damaged, but it didn't. So wow!
2)Honestly, I kinda thought the hot pink cooler would be a poke in the eye to some of my friends, who already say their $12 coolers do everything blah blah blah.
I have not used the pink 40 yet, but based off of my other Orca 40, this will hold ice for a full week if you pack it right, and plan your openings.
Actually it's about the color.
Mine isn't hot pink like the internet pictures at all. It's bubblegum pink.
Maybe I'm over analyzing peoples descriptions, but hot pink is.....well hot pink. Actually like Amazon's file photo.
Bubblegum pink is not hot pink. Although some bubblegum MAY be
hot pink, think about typical "barbershop bubblegum". That's what color this is.
I liken it to the bubblegum rubber worms we used back in the 80s. I guess I like that comparison the best.
Not a big deal at all for the price I paid, but I'm mentioning it anyway.
Maybe they changed it? Maybe the color photos poorly?
Again, just a gripe.
Ice retention tests will follow