Coleman 48-Quart Cooler

35 reviews - By: Coleman

Coleman 48-Quart Cooler
MSRP : $32.99

Sale : $30.99
Sold & shipped by Hayneedle
Enjoy cold drinks and snacks anywhere you go with this handy Coleman 48-Quart Cooler. You can take your favorite food and drinks to the party with this portable cooler. Its tall design fits 2-liter bottles upright, so you can easily keep them cool and prevent spills. This Coleman cooler in blue comes complete with two way handles, so you can conveniently lift and carry it. The large-capacity interior holds up to 63 cans, which is more than two cases of soda. The hinged lid of this can cooler offers easy access, and it features a leak-proof drain that is rust-resistant. This item uses ThermOZONE insulation for cooling, and it is free from CFCs, HFCs and HCFCs. It is made from a strong and durable material to give you many years of use.
  • all enough to carry 2L bottles upright to help prevent messes during transport
  • ThermOZONE insulation doesn't contain CFCs, HFCs or HCFCs, which deplete the ozone layer
  • Hinged lid makes getting to your favorite treats easier
  • 2-way handles for easier lifting and carrying
  • Can cooler with rustproof, leak-resistant drain

yalaharoy

works great

this does have a drain hole--some reviews said it didn't but it does. fits my boat just right and i get 20 lb bag of ice on the way after sitting all day in the hot sun on the gulf, i fill with fish and the next day there is still plenty of ice on them so i don't have to clean the fish at night when i get home.

BilboBaggins

Dry Ice test.

I have a Coleman extreme cooler also. 48 quarts. I place a identical block of dry ice in each. 24 hours later, the ice in this cooler was gone, yet the extreme cooler was cold and has dry ice remaining.

BeaufortBruce

Spend the few extra bucks

The cooler carried in my local store looks similar and is about $8 cheaper. The difference is no drain and no insulation. Total ice meltdown on the cheap one is part of one day. This cooler will keep ice for two days and stay cold for three. Spend the extra money and wait a few days for store delivery. It’s well worth it!

ALGuy

Probably not worth it

I bought this cooler due to very specific size constraints. It is advertised as a three day cooler- not even close! Temps are currently in the 60s overnight and this cooler can't hold ice one night. I also don't care for the hinges. I spotted the hinge issue before purchase but gave it a try due to size. The hinge is just a plastic flap. Seems like it will eventually break. Also, it means the lid always wants to close so you only get one hand to work in the cooler. We have the cheap $15 Igloo and I would say in general it is better. I wanted the drain plug that the Coleman includes, that's why I gave it a try. Also, not happy with the Walmart pricing. Bought it on "sale." Next day I got an ad where it was $10 less at Dick's (and Dick's everyday price is apparently better). Walmart online couldn't help but said customer service in store would price match. Going to Walmart is such a pain that it will cost me more than $10 in my time and sanity, so Walmart wins 'cause I won't bother. Bottom line: this cooler is for very temporary transport, not going to keep anything in it for any length of time. In that case, don;t need the drain plug and the similar Igloo is a better buy.

bigtoz

Good Cooler, Good Price

Closes/seals very well. When filled with beverages and ice it maintains temperature and ice in cube form up to 48 hours. Last but not least it is very reasonably priced.