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Xtreme Cooler - 66L

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Catering for half time at the kids’ footy game or a barbecue with the family is easy with the Coleman Xtreme Cooler – 66L. Holding up to 106 x 375ml cans, the Xtreme Cooler can also be used as an extra seat around the camp.

With ThermOzone™ foam insulation in the case and lid to prevent cold air escaping, the Coleman Xtreme Cooler can keep ice cold for up to five days in 32°C temperature. The hinged lid closes securely with four cup holders on top while the leak- resistant and nonrusting channel drain allows for simple no-tilt draining.

Offering two no-crush comfort handles for carrying, the Xtreme Cooler is quick to clean, scratch resistant and UV protected with anti-microbial treatment in the lining to repel mould, mildew and odour causing bacteria from growing.  

  • ThermOzone™ Insulation in lining, top and bottom
  • Keeps ice for 5 days in 32°C
  • Holds up to 106 x 375ml cans
  • Hinged lid with two no-crush handles to carry
  • Channel drain to empty
  • Easy to clean, scratch resistant and UV protected with anti-microbial treatment
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External Dimensions:
44.5L x 75.5W x 39H cm
Packed Dimensions:
44.5L x 75.5W x 39H cm
Internal Dimensions:
34L x 63W x 32H cm
Insulation Thickness:
3 cm
66 L
Approx. Drink Capacity:
100 cans
Keeps Ice Up To :
5 Days
5.1 Kg
1 Year

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Jan 14 2018

Solid Esky

Solid Esky, quite thin walled so it seems smaller than you'd expect for a ~70L. went through three nights, two 35-degree days, one in the car and one in the shade and had a small amount of ice left in the morning.

- 6005

This Vs Waeco1 answer

Hi, im tossing up between this an the Waeco 68L. I had a look at the two and this feels like a picnic cooler. Will this be able to withstand 3-4 days? on the fence on which one to pull the trigger on.

- 5013(12 months ago)

G’day Dwee,

The performance of your icebox/cooler really depends on how much you put in it, what ice you use and how frequently you take things in and out. We've got a blog on this topic which might be helpful - which you can check out here. 

The Cool ice is more robust, has better insulation, a rotomolded design (which means no seams for cool air can escape) stainless steel hinges, and a 5-year warranty.

In general, a cooler just isn’t going to perform as highly as an icebox, so this Coleman model is probably optimised for taking food to the footy or on a picnic like you said.

The Coleman will provide you with keep ice up to 5 days (depending on use and conditions) and the Dometic will keep ice up to 10 days (again depending on how much you use it and external conditions) so I think you would be better off spending a little more cash now, rather than upgrading down the line. 

- Snowys(12 months ago)
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