Fulfilled by our friends at Stingray
- Super tough Rotomolded technology
- Military grade rope handles
- Up to 3-days on ice
- Comes with divider/chopping board
- Volume: 27QT
- Weight: 13.2lbs
- External dimensions: 19.5"/14.25"/14.5"
- Internal dimensions: 11.5"/10"/10.75"
There are coolers and then there are coolers! Our Rotomolded coolers are far superior to injection molded coolers and rival the best in the industry, but don't break the bank. They are super tough, lightweight compared to other brands, and keep iced for up to 3-days! Ideal for fishing, boating, the beach, or any activity where you want to keep your products very cold. They all come with a handy divider which doubles as a chopping board to cut those limes. Available in three sizes and there colors.
Coolers come in all shapes and sizes, and can be extremely expensive, so make sure you consider the following before purchasing.
- Ice longevity- A cheaper injection molded cooler will keep ice solid and drinks cold for a few hours, whereas a more expensive rotomolded cooler will keep ice cold and solid for up to 3-days or more due to its perfectly even insulation distribution. So the question is what will you be using it for? And secondly how cold do you want your products? If you are going to the beach for 2-hours then a cheaper cooler may do the trick, but if you are going on a long paddle, boat trip, or camping for a few days, then it is most certainly worth getting a high end cooler. If you are fishing then spending more to keep your catch cold is wise.
- Toughness and quality- You really pay for what you get in this regard. An expensive cooler is made by rotomolding which is the pinnacle of plastic moulding. It makes for an evenly distributed and thick mould that is far superior to other techniques. Most top brands, including Stingray, have done extensive drop tests to confirmed toughness. A detailed description of the different manufacturing processes can be found HERE
- Weight- Along with toughness and quality generally comes more weight, so a large rotomoulded cooler will be difficult to carry if full of ice and drinks. Look for a lighter, smaller rotomoulded cooler if you are taking it on a paddle board or kayak.