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50 Quart Ultimate Xtreme Wheeled Cooler
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- Exterior: 31.50" x 18.25" x 16.13". Interior: 16" x 8.5" x 12"
- Keeps ice up to six days in temperatures up to 90 F
- Convenient large wheels for pulling through rough terrain
- Store up to 72 cans with ice
- Channel drain for no-tilt draining
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|Item Dimensions||19.2 x 18.4 x 32 inches|
|Shipping Weight||15.3 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
When packing coolers, pre-chilled drinks and cubed ice are used. I use cubed ice because it is convenient, but understand that blocked ice maintain much longer than cubed ice. When tested, the Coleman Ultimate Xtreme Cooler kept ice for 60 hours (2 and a half days). Again, I am mindful that without blocks of ice, I cannot expect a full 6-days of ice retention. The Ultimate Xtreme significantly outperformed the older Coleman 48 Quart Cooler that maintained ice for only 24 hours.
The build of the cooler appears to be good. Looking at the cooler, the lid and walls of the cooler appear extremely well insulated. The lid appears to align decently with the body of the cooler, though the front and center of the lid does not appear airtight. Also, the drainage outlet has no significant "locking" feel as my old Coleman 48 Quart did. I noticed that condensation formed along the drainage outlet of the cooler. This is likely due to less insulation around the outlet. Not a big deal, but an inconvenient one as my wood floor got wet during the testing period.
Something to consider about this cooler is the canal on the inside of the cooler that leads to the drainage outlet. The canal is helpful in allowing any water in the cooler to drain almost completely without the need to tip the cooler. However, when packing the cooler, the cans will not line up easily or nicely due to the concave build on the bottom of the cooler due to the canal. Some people will see it as a plus and some will see it as a minus, I am neutral on this.Read more ›
Boated all day, cooler was in the sun, it was 85-90 degrees we used this cooler often. The next day I unpacked was preparing to clean this cooler. Ice was still ¾ solid, mustard and drinks were still ice cold.
Its amazing how cold stuff remains inside this cooler. Well worth the extra money.
I'd say that both coolers were nice and sturdy (having been impromptu seats a few times) and performed well under the circumstances. (Sunny, 80's to 90's during the day, low 70's at night) Were there things we could have done to improve their performance? Sure. Did we? Nope. We were more concerened with having a good time camping, so the coolers got to perform all on their lonesome, with little intervention from us. They did their job, and I'd say did it pretty well too. On arrival at home again, we emptied out the food cooler, but left the beverage cooler outside for a bit. (Tired from all that unpacking, I guess!) 3 days later, I was outside doing outside things, and got thirsty. Hey, lookie there! Drinks! Maybe even cold, too! And they were.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice cooler but the lid doesn't close tightly. Not so great for keeping things cold or secure without that. Bummer.Published 26 days ago by Sewcarey
First use and it leaked poultry brine all over my kitchen floor. Oh what fun to clean raw poultry puddle. Coleman used to mean quality.Published 27 days ago by Southern Vet
See the photo I'm including for a picture of the light spilling out when I put a flashlight inside the cooler. Read morePublished 1 month ago by six
My experience is it does what it says it does. I put it full of ice and even after 3 days in the sun it was still holding ice come 5 or 6 days. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Douglas G. Nelson
Excited about getting this product. It did come in a Sear's box with an invoice which made me question what I paid for it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gwen
this cooler is not any better than the other much cheaper one that I already had. It sure doesn't make it 6 days except in the late Fall or early Spring... not Summer!Published 12 months ago by Nancy A. Frankhouser
An excellent value, "Ultimate" Xtreme 6 day cooler. I've had a wheeled Coleman 62 qt (Not Ultimate) Xtreme "5" (not 6) day cooler that works great. Read morePublished 12 months ago by EatCampFoilFly
Did keep ice frozen for 3 days, if you drained the water and kept adding more ice. The drain being on the "wrong" end is a little frustrating, but otherwise, nice size and... Read morePublished 21 months ago by JumpMaster's Wife