Coleman 120-Quart Xtreme 6-Day Heavy-Duty Cooler, Blue

Walmart # 552232778

Coleman 120-Quart Xtreme 6-Day Heavy-Duty Cooler, Blue

Walmart # 552232778
$69.78$69.78
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Food, drinksand the funlast longer with the Coleman 120-Quart Xtreme 6-Day Heavy-Duty Cooler. To be precise, this cooler keeps ice up to 6 days at temps as high as 90F thanks to an insulated lid and extra insulation in the walls. Large enough to hold 204 cans, this spacious cooler transports and chills enough food and drinks so the entire party remains fueled and refreshed for the duration of your adventures. The comfort-grip, no-crush handles make it easier to lift your cooler in and out of the car or onto a picnic bench with no pinching. Once you arrive, the Have-A-Seat lid supports up to 250 pounds to ensure you have an extra place to sit and relax, and the cup holders molded into the lid keep your drinks close and prevent spills. When the fun is done, the EZ-Clean top has a smoother surface that wipes clean easily, and the leak-resistant channel drain lets you empty any excess water without tilting the cooler. Youll be ready for your next fun adventure in no time.

About This Item

  • Keeps ice 5 days at 90 degrees F
  • 190-can capacity
  • Contains no CFCs, HFCs, and HCFCs
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    1-5 of 238 reviews

    COLEMAN XTREME IS FOR ME!

    This cooler did the job and some. I used it for a two day event in Nevada and it kept the ice nice! By the end of the event, I still had some ice! I tested the Xtreme cooler, three days before using it. By placing one 10 lb. bag inside the cooler. The next day, I open it up and just with one small 10 lb. bag, the cooler was nice and cold and gave off a cool mist, (like when you open up your freezer at home). When you need to drain water from the cooler, the spout on the side, is just okay. Other then that, if you plan on bugging out, camping out, or serving out of this cooler. This is the one to get!!! The Xtreme 5, does just that, keeps everything cool for five days! Enjoy!
    Royal Blue FrontSide Spout and handle

    Add me to the warped lid crew...

    The top corners on the front of the lid warped after about 4 uses and will no longer seal properly without duct tape. I would not recommend it to anyone.

    I love this cooler!

    Just got back from 14 days in the Porcupine Mountain wilderness in Michigan's U.P. averaging 85 degree days, but 95 in the sun. I bought this cooler online for $50 and picked it up before we left. Since it was going to be our freezer, and have to sit in the van the whole time, I made a box of insulation (1/2" styrafoam w/shiny aluminum) to surround the outside of the cooler and kept it covered with blankets, towels & jackets. I set the cooler on top of 2 layers of insulation and placed a layer on the inside bottom of the cooler. I bought 56 lbs of dry ice ($62), surrounded it with the insulation and put that in the middle of the cooler. We packed all of our pre-made frozen meals (casseroles, lasagna, fried rice, bacon, sausage, yogurt, etc.) on either side and laid 4 frozen gallon jugs (2 per side) on top of the food. On top of that I put 20 lbs of cubed ice ($4). Every other day we would swap out a gallon jug to go in our 36-qt cooler (same insulation set-up) and replace the meals we had eaten and also put cubed ice into our 12-can beverage cooler. On the 7th day, we still had a couple lbs of dry ice, meals were still frozen and we had solid ice in the jugs! I put a 10 lb block of ice ($3) on top of where the dry ice was and again covered everything with 20 lbs of cubed ice ($4). It's been 16 days in all and there's still about 4 lbs of the block ice and about 6 lbs of cubed ice. Our lives camping used to be about planning an ice run every 48 hrs or so. Since the closest town is 17 miles away, this would've cost us almost $100 in gas and ice over the 2 weeks -- and nothing would've stayed frozen after the third day or so risking spoilage. Instead, we drove out for ice once and spent the days truly enjoying our surroundings and each other with no anxiety or time lost over our food safety or prep.

    Poor craftsmanship

    I used this cooler one time and the lid screws pulled out from the main body of the cooler. Going back to igloo coolers.

    wanted this for a cigar humidor

    I'm sure this is a good cooler for the $. But, I wanted this for a cigar humidor. There is only one photo of this item online where the 150qt cooler has several and shows the inside of the cooler which has the notches for sliding in Spanish cedar shelves. This one didn't so now I must return it.
    what I wanted it for
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