Designed specifically for boating enthusiasts and fishermen, it is manufactured to last over several day outings. It is white and comes with UVGuard sun protection as a standard option. The UVGuard defends against sun originated yellowing and cracking. Its bacteria resistant lining, stainless steel hardware protect against bacterial infestations and keeps food fresh. A threaded drain with drain valve make cleaning of the cooler easy. Cooler draining is fast and simple. Big handles make lifting and carrying easy.
Other Options Include:
? Lid manufactured with four self-draining 12 ounce can holders
? A tray for holding small snacks is standard
? Dimensions: 20.40″ height x 22.60″ width x 50.40″ length
Coleman 100 Qt. Xtreme Wheeled, Blue Chest Ice chest
The Coleman 100 Qt. Xtreme Wheeled, Blue Chest Ice chest. This marine cooler keeps provisions cold and ice as ice for as many as five days in ninety degrees F heat! It will hold up to 160 twelve ounce cans.
? Thick, 2 inch insulating walls
? Lock tight, hinged lid that has a gasket seal
? Additional insulation in the top
? 2 large circumferance plastic wheels roll very effortlessly over many surfaces
? Two way grips
? Wheels for easy carting about
? Rust proof, leak resistant Channel Drain
? Hinged Lid
? Drink Holders
? Made with Thermozone insulation that contains zero toxic CFCs, HFCs, or HCFCs
? Exterior Dimensions: 36.5 by 16.75 by 18.25 inches
? Interior Dimensions: 23.75 by 11.75 by 13 inches
? Weight Empty: eighteen pounds
? Made in the USA
Coleman manufactures different models of marine cooler, so even if those reviewed here do not meet your specific needs, it is likely you will find what you want if you look around. Happy boating and fishing!
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