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[Canadian Tire] Coleman Wheeled Xtreme Cooler, 95-Can $54.93 (YMMV)

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[Canadian Tire] Coleman Wheeled Xtreme Cooler, 95-Can $54.93 (YMMV)

BC opended camping site, so I needed two coolers to bring with my food etc.
found it in BC. Looks alright quality.

also noticed, the pricing ending with .93, it means the product is discontinued.




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In my experience you'll be lucky if you get 5 days out of it. Expect half that. Now if you're using that as a platform to mod (you lose some volume but gain longer ice time) then you'll get more of the claimed days.

Going to any big box hardware store and look for reflectix aluminum bubble wrap (found in the HVAC section), duct tape (or aluminum duct tape) and also foam board sheet insulation. Use newspaper or measure out onto paper the inside measurements and cut the foam board out. Now make two layers of that foam inside your cooler all around including the lid. After doing that line it with 1-2 layers of reflectix.

Now you have a cooler that will go the distance without paying the arctic sasquatch pricing (that's Yeti).












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thedealhunter2000 wrote: In my experience you'll be lucky if you get 5 days out of it. Expect half that. Now if you're using that as a platform to mod (you lose some volume but gain longer ice time) then you'll get more of the claimed days.
In your video the model cooler was thought to have air space in the walls. The ones linked here specifically say the lids and walls are insulated and there is indeed a sizeable difference between the outer and inner dimensions. Perhaps if someone who already owns one of these can chime in, but I'd say just from observation this looks decently insulated.

Compared to Yeti? Probably not as good. But also it's a fraction of the price.
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Maybe I'm in the minority but I've had no problems making ice last 4-5 days in these coolers. The best thing to do is put frozen 2L-5L water jugs in it at the base, it won't melt the ice as quick and it'll keep frozen food frozen for a couple days.

The worst part of the Coleman coolers is the cheap flimsy handles. I had one break after just 2 uses because of the weight in the cooler.
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$49.93 at the Brampton location on Queen. Thanks OP
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This cooler is fantastic value. I used this last year for a couple camping trips. Like an earlier poster said, you'll get about 3 days, then you'll need to get some more ice.
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Further price drop:

50QT only $20 if you can find it.

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/6000187472 ... re-section

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=7650110895

I am in BC, there are quite a few left
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