Pelican 65 Quart Elite Cooler - Marine White
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- Up to 10 days ice retention*, freezer grade gasket, 2" polyurethane insulation
- Dual Handle System (Molded-in & Hinged Handles)
- Press & Pull Latches (Wide for Gloved Use)
- Molded-In Tie Downs
- Non-Skid & Non-Marking Raised Feet
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|Item Dimensions||20 x 19.75 x 37.16 inches|
|Item Display Weight||4 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||47.91 pounds|
The quality you've come to expect from Pelican now also matches your favorite things in life! Our 65 Quart Cooler can handle it all. Don't worry about your tailgaiting grub getting too warm or your team's water bottles not staying cold enough. Take your Pelican cooler out for a day of fishing or boating, hunting, camping or to the next tailgate party and watch it's ice retention powers work magic. *Ice retention - Initial test results are based on the Pelican 65Qt Elite Cooler model. Testing was conducted using forced air circulation in a temperature controlled environmental chamber at 90 degrees F. The test specimens were loaded to capacity with commercial cubed ice. Performance will vary by model size and external user conditions, such as; (sun exposure, wind, ice type, frequency of opening, etc.). Pelican ProGear is proud to announce our bear resistant certification from the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee. The purpose of this certification is to help keep bears safe and significantly reduce bear-human encounters by ensuring that bears do not have access and become conditioned to anthropogenic foods and other bear attractants that increase these encounters. This certification involves intense impact and penetration testing by use of visual inspection, mechanical methods and captive Grizzly Bear testing over extended periods of time.
Top Customer Reviews
These coolers are great and I use them all the time my best compliment is a 10 day primitive camping trip this summer in Southern Missouri and on night 9 still having a pack of steaks frozen solid and only draining the cooler 2 times and adding 2-8lb bags of ice on day 5 and day 8. With that said you have to use common sense and minimize the amount it is opened, keep it out of the sun, use ice packs or blocks and layer your food so the last night is on bottom.