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Suncast DCC3000 Cooler (Older Model)
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- Outdoor beverage cooler with decorative, durable plastic design
- Side tray with cabinet space below
- Drop leaf extensions for extra counter space
- 4-inch casters for easy transport
- Measures 34 by 20 by 22 (height by width by depth)
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|Item Dimensions||34 x 22 x 20 inches|
|Item Weight||0 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DCC3000|
|Shipping Weight||29.2 pounds|
Keep beverages cold on the deck or patio this summer with Suncast's handy outdoor Cooler. This cooler features a decorative in-mold graphic design that fancies up any deck, and includes one drop leaf extension. A hinged lid opens easily for waist-high access to drinks and treats. Cabinet space below stores drinks for later use and keeps utensils clean and dry. Sturdy 4-inch casters mean easy rolling across deck beams and stone patios. Assembled, the cooler measures 34 by 20 by 22 (height by width by depth). See Suncast's full line of durable and stylish deck boxes, hose storage systems, sheds and patio accessories to cover all your outdoor storage needs.
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I read reviews that seemed to indicate that the provided insulation (thin sheets of styrofoam that mostly cover the walls and floor of the cooler area) was effective, but upon assembling the unit I noticed lots of room for improvement.
1. The top lid is not insulated at all, even though there is an enclosed space that has plenty of room for it.
2. The insulating panels for the walls and bottom are relatively thin, and only held in place by piercing the panels with some pins (once fully assembled though, the cooler liner will hold them in place).
3. The insulating panels have large gaps at each corner.
The insulation as-is is probably adequate for most locales and for use indoors. I however, live in Phoenix Arizona and plan to use this outside, where in direct sunlight surface temperatures can easily exceed 115F. So, I decided to augment the insulation before the unit was completely assembled. Note that I do not recommend that "everyone" do this, but with a small amount of effort, you can easily increase the insulation efficiency 300%.
I bought some cans of spray-foam at Home Depot (it's called "Great Stuff"). and filled in the large gaps in the corners. I also sprayed foam into the large voids between the foam panels and the outer walls, especially in the front where there is a very large void due the curved surface. I also unscrewed the panel in the top, where there is a large void and filled it with foam as well.
Additionally, I turned the unit upside-down, and noted that the under-side of the cooler shelf has large areas that can be filled with foam, which I did. This added extra insulation from the heat that will seep in from the ground and through the storage area underneath. I will upload a picture of this to the customer images area.
As for fit and finish, everything else is spot-on. I would recommend this product.
Minor damage. As is said: When all else fails, follow the directions.
After placing the five foam pieces into place one will notice that there
are fairly large gabs in the corners. One might get a can of insulation
spray foam to fill them up before completing the assembly. FWIW.