Coleman Xtreme 150 qt Cooler, Green

226 reviews - By: Coleman

Coleman Xtreme 150 qt Cooler, Green
MSRP : $72.36

Sale : $65
Sold & shipped by Walmart
Carry up to 223 cans of your favorite beverage in the Coleman Xtreme Cooler, 150 qt. This Coleman 150 qt cooler has four built-in cup holders to hold your drinks. Take this Coleman Green Cooler with you on picnics, family reunions or to the lake. This cooler is also ideal to take on long camping trips. The leak resistant drain will allow the water to drain away from the cooler without having to tip it. Transport the cooler easily with the two way handles. The Thermozone insulation in this cooler will keep your beverages super cold on hot days. Use this cooler to keep refrigerated groceries cool on the trip home on hot days.
Coleman Xtreme 150 qt Cooler, Green:
  • Holds 223 cans
  • Convenient hinged lid with 4 built-in cup holders
  • Rustproof, leak-resistant drain for no-tilt emptying and cleaning
  • 2-way handles make it easy and comfortable to carry
  • Made with Thermozone insulation that contains no toxic CFCs, HFCs or HCFCs

HuntingAZ

Outperforms any comparably priced cooler

I bought this due to its large size and low price after a good amount of research. I just could not justify paying $400+ on premium coolers such as Pelican or Yeti. I took this along with 3 other ice chests I own in the standard <$100 price range on my camping trip. My buddy took along 4 himself, so we had 8 coolers. All were loaded with drinks and food and ice to the brim. We camped in the Arizona summer head from Thursday night through Sunday and when we left camp this is the only one with ice. All the other coolers had water, while this was still 2/3 full of ice! I was so impressed I ordered a second so I have more than enough for my next trip for food and drinks for everyone. The only drawback is that this can be quite heavy if full and 2 men likely are needed to load it into or out of the truck.

Aswepi

Works well... But...

Used for 7 day camping trips, had to re-ice on day 5 it was still cold inside but needed to add more to get back to a inside temp of 40 degrees. Pros: Keeps items cold, large enough for lots of stuff. Cost was less than other brands. Lid fits well. No tilt drain. Sturdy enough to have 3 adults sit on it. has slots on inside for several dividers (dividers do not come with the cooler). Cons: Weak looking hinges (have not failed but looks like it will over time). Lid has no clasp. Overall I would purchase this again and it was $20 less than others that were same size.

czarmom

Coleman comes through with another great product

Purchased this cooler sight unseen online with store pickup. Was extremely pleased. The size is awesome and it fits in the back of a truck with no problems. Fit the 1/4 beef we needed to transport and kept everything frozen with no issues whatsoever Inside is as roomy as you can get with straight sides. Has a side plug for emptying and a strap on the lid for added support. Lid fits snugly and the color scheme is perfect for outdoor use. I didn't want a white color because they discolor so easily and look horrible after a couple uses. With the dark green bottom on this you won't have to worry about that. I like that the hinge system has extra support tines on the back. The cup holders on top also fit traditional sized cups and have a bit of a raised edge to give more holding depth. It is also useful as a table or board game holder with space for snacks and drinks on the side. Top has a handy built in tape measure on the top as well that goes up to 36". Love it, glad to have found it.

ANGMike

It kept my moose cold

I used two of these coolers to bring a moose back from a hunt in Newfoundland. It was a 3 day drive and when I arrived home, there was still ice in the bags we put in the coolers with the meat. One cooler was damaged by a bear in camp. The bear bit into the outside case, puncturing into the insulation material. The cooler still worked fine.

jjacontos

Excellent cooler

This cooler is great. Rainwater does not leak in like it does on the Igloos. It seems pretty sturdy too.