Coleman Coastal Xtreme Series Marine Portable Cooler, 120 Quart

Coleman Coastal Xtreme Series Marine Portable Cooler, 120 Quart by COLEMAN


by COLEMAN
$87.16
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on 10-2-2018
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Product Features
  • Holds 190 cans
  • Xtreme 5 technology keeps ice up to 5 days
  • Antimicrobial additive


  • Item Description
    When you need a tough cooler with extraordinary ice retention, choose a Coleman 120-Quart Xtreme 5 Marine Cooler. Extra ThermOZONE Insulation retains ice for five days in temperatures up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32.22 degrees Celsius), and it still performs incredibly well on even hotter days. It's also free from CFCs, HFCs and HCFCs, which deplete the ozone. The outside is treated with a UV color additive that resists yellowing and weakening in the case. Inside, there is plenty of room for all your food and drinks, including 190 cans, nearly eight cases of soda. A hinged lid with four cup holders on top keeps your drinks close, and two-way handles make carrying easier. An antimicrobial additive helps prevent the liner from odor-causing bacteria, and the drain is rustproof and leak-resistant, extending the life of your cooler. The lid is even designed for added comfort, with the option to add a cushion (sold separately).

    Coleman 120-Quart Xtreme 5 Marine Cooler:
    • Holds 190 cans, nearly eight cases of soda
    • Xtreme 5 technology keeps ice up to 5 days in temperatures up to 90 degrees F (32.22 degrees C)
    • Antimicrobial additive helps resist the growth of odor-causing bacteria on or in the cooler
    • UV inhibitor helps prevents yellowing
    • 2-way side handles and large tow handle for comfortable pulling
    • All-terrain wheels for easier moving
    • Tray and cutting board included for convenient food preparation
    • Rustproof, leak-resistant channel for no-tilt draining


    What buyers are saying
    All the people who say the cooler doesn't keep ice....really need to read the instructions before you make your claim of failure. Coleman recommends .75 lbs of ice per quart. Which in the case of the 120 qt is 90lbs of ice. Plus you need to prechill the cooler. 20 or 40 lbs of ice is way short of 90 lbs. Even if you have items in the cooler....you would still need at least 50-60 lbs of ice, plus the prechill, which i usually don't hear anyone talk about. ....I have found that even a 'regular' coleman cooler will hold ice for at least 3 days....so, the extreme coolers will definitely hold ice that long. And, if you read the Coleman claims even closer....they don't open the lid during their testing. So, if u open the lid....you are letting the cold air out, which will skew your results downward. Hopefully, people will read the guidelines and instructions before giving their 'opinions'.