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.
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.
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.
Exciting news, your order has left our warehouse! If you'd like to keep an eye on it's journey, click the button below.
Oh and don't forget to copy your tracking number.