What to know before you buy Igloo Quart MaxCold Cooler
Igloo max cold cooler offer the ultimate in cold retention with ultratherm insulated lid and body Durable wheels and tow handle for easy transport to and from the event Ultratherm insulation in body and lid helps keep things cold Reinforced swing-up handles with tie-down loop 40 qt. Capacity and can hold up to 56 cans
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Wipe interior and exterior surfaces clean before storing and between uses. To prevent stains and odors, empty cooler of contents after use. Light dirt or stains can be cleaned with water or mild detergent. Tougher stains may be cleaned with diluted solution of baking soda and water. Ensure all cleaning agents are thoroughly rinsed and the cooler is dry before storage.
Durable wheels and tow handle allow for easy-rolling transport.
Customer reviewsA Great Cooler That Beat Out the More Expensive Guys
We do not travel a lot, but I do have a lot of doctors appointments that require driving 4 hours total. For those appointments that we need to spend the night we needed a larger cooler that we could pack meals and water to make the hospital more tolerable. We have a smaller Igloo cooler that my husband bought nearly 20 years ago that works beautifully for one day trips. It will keep water and two lunches cold in a very hot car with two solid ice packs - no problem. Before we bought this cooler I looked into all of the new coolers on the market like the Yeti and Coleman x-treme. These are expensive coolers and I figured they would outperform the Igloo and I would have been happy to spend the money on a product that would keep our meals colder longer. We had a Yeti and a Coleman cooler and tested them in our kitchen two summers ago. First we pre-chilled each cooler by placing it over an air conditioning vent for ten minutes. We filled each cooler with frozen water bottles, one large frozen water jug and then filled it the rest of the way with cans of cold seltzer water. The temperature in our house was about 67 degrees and all three coolers were in the complete shade. These were not difficult cooler conditions. The ice in the Coleman x-treme cooler started to melt after about 5 hours. I would not recommend the Coleman cooler to anyone. It was terrible. The Yeti started to melt shortly thereafter at 8 hours. The Igloo held its own and there were still solid bottles of water after 15 hours. At 22 hours the water was just starting to melt, and I was starting to get tired of waiting. I returned the Coleman cooler to my parents, returned the Yeti to my uncle and kept the Igloo for our own use. This Igloo has a handle and wheels which is SO nice. My husband has to do all the heavy lifting, but he can lift it out of the car and I can easily drag it along. It s sturdy and it fits a surprising amount of stuff on the inside. We do not use loose ice, we always use frozen water bottles and ice packs. These don t create pools of water as they melt and seem to last longer. Also pre-chilling the cooler, either with a large frozen gallon of water or over an air vent works really well. We also always pack a small towel or pillow case on the top for extra insulation. We would buy this cooler again without hesitation.