Coleman 5-Gallon Water Carrier, Blue

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By: Coleman
Walmart #: 552035034
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  • Hard-sided
  • 5 gallon
  • On/off spigot
  • About this item

    Keep your water cold and refreshing in style with this Coleman Water Carrier. The Coleman water cooler holds 5 gallons. The 5-Gallon Water Carrier, Blue has a molded handle for stability and an on/off spigot for water control. The Coleman Water Carrier features a tough polyethylene construction, making it scratch- and impact-resistant. It is also well-suited for use at outdoor activities like baseball games, picnics and more.

    Coleman 5-Gallon Water Carrier, Blue:

    • 5 gallon
    • On/off spigot
    • Molded handle
    • Tough polyethylene construction makes this product scratch- and impact-resistant
    • Great for outdoor activities: baseball games, picnics and more


    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 5620B718G
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 10.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 10.45 x 10.5 x 16.2
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA
    Origin of Components: USA
    Walmart No.: 552035034

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    Customer review by TheAssembler

    5.0 stars by TheAssembler

    For many of you I see many questions that need answering and I will make this as informative as I can and this review may cover all the necessary questions. 1. This is a BPA free container, and by law any item that comes in contact with food and water for long periods is supposed to be so. 2. This item will not hold or store alcohol, beer, fruit juice, milk or any other items that may spoil, cause damage to the plastics or otherwise compromise the integrity of it, it will also not hold or store hot teas, or beverages that are hot, or any liquid that is over 110 F-120 F or below temperatures of 50 F. 3. This item will not store water at sub freezing temperatures, its range is 50 F to 85 F or there about. 4. The jug is very durable, sturdy and will carry and hold 5 gallons of water for a very long time if proper use of a preserving agent is used. Drops sold in many retail chains that state they contain Tetraglycine Hydroperiodide are good for treating water only for bacteria not for storage, only tablets or drops that contain Sodium Hypochlorite should be used for water storage, or some other agent similar to Sodium Hypochlorite. 5. Proper care should be utilized when filling the container, rinse first, then eject the water, then fill to within 3 inches of the top, add drops, cap carefully making sure threads are properly aligned, then shake repeatedly and the cap interior covered in water while shaking, secure the cap lightly and allow small amount of water to escape to coat threads, then secure completely, port water through the main valve, then turn over and port water from the airflow valve. This will sanitize all ports as well. 5. Label with ink marker the date you store the water and the expire date, if opened prior to date retreat, and store again, making note of dates, 5 years usually for treated water. 6. Store water in a cool, dry, dark place, never outside. 7. Check the container every 6 months to assure it is secure and no leaks, making sure the water inside is intact and not able to leak from it through the ports, making sure the valve is in place and secure. 8. Making sure the container is clean and free of dirt, dust, animal waste and any other debris is always a good plan. Clean the exterior with a combination of 1 gallon warm water to 1 cap full of bleach. 9. Never, ever, rinse the interior with soap, bleach, or any other chemicals if you intend on using it for long term water storage.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Once per year
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    Customer review by BIGDOGG57

    5.0 stars by BIGDOGG57

    These jugs are great for transporting water from one place to the other. The cap for letting water out and the cap for air is really nice.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Once per week
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    Coleman Blue 5 Gal Water Container w/spout works!

    Customer review by Raezer

    5.0 stars by Raezer

    The Coleman Blue 5 Gal Water Container with spout works great! I have 3 of them and have used them 120 plus camping days a year. Durable and tough!

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:A few times per year
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    by jabbar 12/30/2013
    • Can not telll easily. I use a flahlight held up to the side of the jug.
      by slowblue12/6/2014
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    • No, you can't tell how much water is inside visually...
      by RWW65421/29/2014
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    • No - not even remotely opaque. You have to go by weight and feel.
      by InternationalGypsy1/23/2014
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    • No, it is not visible. I take the 'measurement' by weight. I use it for mineral water. It is always on my kitchen with saratioga mineral water. If I can lift it then it is soon will be time to re-stack. I do have clear one too. I do not like it. After two times supply the water carrier started to get some witness in corners. I use it for mineral water, it is different, a lot of gas. Another point with clear is that it is very inconvenient to use and to carry. Blue one has handle on the top, very convenient. Also it has a vent so it is easy to use. just open the focid. Last one, it is only to carry water but then clear one I have to put water into another container for use. Blue one I put on kitchen, and it is all ready to use. When you are going to carry water from distance as I do, put scotch around the vent that water will be safe. At home you can take it off. This is only for transportation. Also be very careful with lead. There is small tiny plastic ring, do not loose it. It protects water from leaking when blue is in use. Be careful when close the fosid, just do it very right in the center. It is also protect water from leaking. I did not realise it first time I started to use blue one. (I do have 13 of them)
      by Nightstar7112/6/2014
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    • No, not without opening it. But, the point of this container is to keep light out, hinder bacteria growth and algae from light and store water for a long period. Purchase the drops for water storage and set this aside for 5 years or however long the drops say you can. When the need arises for you to open and use your emergency water, it will likely be as full as you had when you placed them in storage. If need be of course you can always open the jug if you aren't storing it long term. If you are however storing it, do not open it for any reason, if you do, you have to retreat the water and that is costly.
      by TheAssembler1/16/2015
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    Also I am unable to find any warranty information on this product.
    by Duane 3/11/2013
    • That is what I am using mine for. Try 1-800-835-3278
      by slowblue2/9/2014
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    • I store Mineral Water about three month. Mineral Water comes with carbon dioxide, very very much gas content. Container became as balloon, almost round, but holds. I did not store for two years, but I think if put water pills to keep water fresh it will be OK.
      by Nightstar7111/21/2013
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    • My guess is yes, but if you're not sure you might be able to call Coleman.
      by JolieLinda8/30/2013
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    • Yes IF you use the drops for water long term storage. I bought mine from Amazon, Water Preservation drops is what they are called. Wal-Mart sells a lower cost and less effective and less guaranteed way to preserve water using the tablets or drops they do sell. I put 15 gallons in storage months ago and have a 5 year storage life on that. Water Preserver Concentrate is what it is called, comes in a white bottle, is liquid and requires 48 drops per 5 gallons. Approx. Warranty is pretty standard for Wal-Mart 1 year, limited warranty, if you have a problem return it with receipt etc. for refund or exchange if it is site to store contact them through the website here and set up a return.
      by TheAssembler3/3/2015
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