The outdoor cooler is on the patio. The wicker design is decorative and will complement your existing outdoor decor. The 77 quart container holds 77 quarts, 72 cans, or 6 2-liter bottles to keep the party going. The built-in storage allows easy access to everyday essentials. The sturdy construction provides years of quality outdoor use. The ideal size is 22 x 26 x 34.
👤I have been looking at this product for a couple of years and I was concerned about some of the reviews saying it was poorly made, hard to put together and so on. I decided to buy it because it matches my deck. The whole thing snapped together without any problems. It looks good! The build and look of it made it a good purchase for me. It sat out all summer but was used for the first time. As advertised, the storage was in very good condition. I have it under the deck. I had two six packs of corona/bud light, two coolers, and a ten pound bag of ice, but it wasn't even half full.
👤I tried to keep it out of the shade. I used large blue ice bricks to line the bottom and side. The party started at 3pm on Saturday and is still going on today. The bricks are still cool even though there's a thick layer of ice. It was 80 degree weather here in sunny California. I use this as a table to set plates when I'm grilling.
👤I'm not sure why people think the instructions aren't detailed. Our instructions are in a book. Everything is laid out in detail. Unless you're not reading and just using pictures? People are saying it's not insulated. Did you throw the styrofoam away? It is definitely insulated. It takes two to put it together. Not if you follow the instructions step by step. This is a great addition to a patio. There have been no complaints so far. If your lid won't close, it's because you put the plastic hinge backwards. We did the same thing and the lid closed perfectly. If something changes, will update.
👤Simple instructions make it easy to assemble. It looks nice on the deck. We have a garbage can. The mechanism for locking the wheel is not very secure. On a day that was just sort of windy, ours blew over. The front edge of the lid got badly scratched when the cooler fell over because it was empty. I was able to put handle back on, but I can't do anything about the injury. Keep this in your garage when empty. Is that a shed? So it doesn't tip over. If you put drinks in here that are not already cold, they won't stay cold. If you have a cold refrigerator, they will stay nice and cold in there. You will need a couple bags of ice. To create a funnel when draining, you have to pinch the inner white lining with your fingers and pull it up to the center hole.
👤I can't vouch for the product's endurance. Just got it today. A 44 year old lady is putting it together. I'm glad my husband didn't do it. He would have lost his mind. The directions don't work well. It wasn't hard, but you have to use your own common sense to understand what the directions are trying to tell you. It's a decent piece. It's made of plastic. It looks as though... I hope to get a few summers out of it. I wouldn't pay full price for it. It was on sale for 90 bucks. It seems like it could be worth it so far. There is a big compartment. I wouldn't want to weigh it down too much. It's done if it breaks. We can lock it in place and wheel it around.
The garden has decorative pebbles. The Rock Garden has a Zen Garden. Deep Freeze high performance insulation has a heat barrier. Patented, "flip open" lid allows for quick access to food and drinks. Ultra Safe leak proof interior lining and insulated front pocket. The Rhino-Tech water and stain resistant, wipe clean exterior will not crack over time. The Backsaver shoulder strap has a shoulder pad. (L x W x H) 10.25′′
👤I had this cooler shipped overnight and paid an extra 6.98 for it. The reviews were good and told me not to spend my money on expensive ones. My mistake. I traveled to the campground with twelve cans and three trays of ice in my cooler. The ice was already melted when I opened the cooler for the first time at 5pm. I was angry that the description of the ice holding up to 2 days was not accurate. I bought ice for a while and it melted after a few hours. I'll be buying a bison or yeti. I hope this is helpful and that Amazon posts it.
👤I decided to purchase after reading reviews. Many people claim it keeps ice for a while. Maybe it would happen at a football tailgate. I like the toplatch. One handed operation is easy. I just keep my beer cold and I don't care about appearance. Which it doesn't. 30 already cold cans and 10 lbs of ice. It was placed in my boat. The ice on the lake was gone by the time you got to the lake. It was a warm day, but my food cooler which was right next to this one had all of its ice still. By the time the campfire came, my beer was warm, the food I had to grill from my other cooler was still frozen solid, and I felt deceived.
👤The previous version of this cooler failed because of the zip. The only soft sided cooler I could find that had the hard plastic liner was this one. The liner is perfect so you can stuff this cooler where a hard plastic wouldn't fit and a soft liner wouldn't get crushed along with anything inside that wasn't a bottle or can. The plastic divider that helps keep items near the top is the only thing we don't like about this cooler. It used to be a tray with sides that blocked the full inside height of the cooler. If you want to stack containers to the top of the cooler, you have to remove the tray every time you want to get something out of the bottom, because the new cooler divider is just a flat plastic tray. We have an old tray that we will use. This cooler is a great one with no zip to wear out and extra storage pockets, it should be with us for a long time.
👤I love the cooler. I have been shopping for a great cooler for the boat and found this one, I bought several and then found this one. It's the best! It's easy to carry to the dock. It has a hard liner on the inside so it won't leak. Medium size is perfect, not huge but not small. I love this... It has a flip-open lid like a hard plastic cooler instead of a zip up like all other soft-sided coolers you can carry with a should strap. It's so awesome. When I need a separate drink and food cooler for larger groups, I will buy a second one.
It is easy to clean. Smoother surface wipes clean easily. Heavy duty blow-molded construction has a reinforced base for increased strength and protection. It's lightweight and durable with proven 4-5 day ice retention. The cooler is protected against sun damage. The hardware and hinge rods are Rust- resistant. The lid is kept secure with rubberized T-grip latches. The MaxCold body has 20% thicker foam and an insulated lid and can hold up to four days of ice. Cool Riser Technology improves cooling performance by elevating the cooler away from hot surfaces.
👤I freeze about 16 ounces. You can use bottles of water instead of ice. I want to keep the food cold. I have ice cold drinking water left over from the frozen bottles and it takes up less space in the kitchen. I use this cooler all the time on multi-day road trips. It stays cold for at least 3 to 4 full days. The others are selling for hundreds of dollars. Solid built as well. A picture of 16 ounces has been attached. You can see how much internal capacity you have by looking at the bottles inside.
👤I am a fan of the Pelican. My friend is a fan of yeti. We see which one performs better with ice rentention in the field. They are very close. Those come at a high price. The Igloo BMX cooler is doing just as well as my Pelican at a fraction of the cost. The handle and straps are heavy duty. It works the same as before and has a great look. Very happy with this.
👤I did an indoor test of the IGLOO BMX cooler and it lasted at least a day longer than my Rubbermaid cooler, but I haven't put it to the test in the sun. I gave it 4 stars because I was expecting better performance from the BMX, and it might benefit from a rubber lid seal. The BMX is heavier than the Rubbermaid but less than the Roadie 20.
👤I ordered the cooler even though I read about people having problems with the hinges. While waiting for the cooler to arrive, I ordered longer screws for it and some fire hose Igloo hinge replacement material from Amazon. When the cooler arrived, I removed the hinges, drilled out the holes and hammered in the plastic wall anchors. I screwed in the longer screws after cutting one of the replacement fire hose hinges. The screws are tight and the hinge is working. You're welcome from a 63 year old lady.
👤I just received this cooler and I must say that it is solid. It is made like a tank. I work in the traffic control industry and it looks like Igloo made a cooler just for me. I had an Igloo 30 quart cooler that had all of the capacity I wanted, but the lid was not strong enough. I could sit on it. It was too flimsy to be 888-282-0465 and would sink in when I sat on it to eat my lunch or take a break. The lid started to crack. I had to stop using it as a seat because I was concerned that I might break the lid if I continued to use it as a seat. There is a This is a BMX. I pulled the seat test out of the box and it was absolutely perfect. I will be able to sit on the BMX 25 and not worry about it not holding up. I weigh 190 lbs. I believe that the Igloo BMX 25 would be able to support a 250-300 lbs. Derriere. 25 My previous 30 quart cooler was a little larger. I am confident that it will still serve my needs. I use my cooler for some extra work gear when I can't fit the extra 5 quart capacity difference in. There is a The BMX 25's walls seem to be much more solid than my old 30 Quart Igloo, which was clearly thicker. One complaint. I agree with some reviewers that Igloo should have put the tie down tongues on the body of the unit instead of the lid, but with how solid this cooler is, I can live with that minor issue. I wish it had a lock that was integrated into it. There is a Are you listening? There is a The handle on this cooler is very sturdy and solid, but only the test of time and usage will tell if it holds up to my abuses. I will be using the Igloo BMX 25 quart cooler for the first time tomorrow and it will be my first test of its ability to keep it's cool. There is a I only use refreezable Ice packs so how it keeps real Ice will be a problem for me. My refreezable Ice packs will give me a good idea of the cooling capabilities of the BMX 25. I will update this review about 3 months after I have had a chance to evaluate it, and I am very confident that the Igloo BMX 25 will perform well. I'm glad I didn't buy that cooler. Who needs to spend hundreds of dollars on a cooler? That's crazy! There is a I think the Igloo BMX 25 is going to be a good choice for a cooler. There is a I think the only way you could make a mistake with the Igloo BMX 25 is not to get it now. There is a I would like to thank you Igloo for making my cooler.
If you prop the lid open, you can grab drinks with one hand. The cooler protects against sun damage. MaxCold 5 Day performance is provided by thick Ultratherm foam in the body and lid. Another industry. 50% less lifting effort is required for the horizontal telescopic handle. Soft-ride wheels make transportation easy. The handle has a cushion grip. The hinges are made of steel.
👤I've used this product for about two and a half years and I've used it on many hunting and fishing trips. There is a The pros are affordable. The extendable handle is convenient. There is a large capacity. Light weight. It doesn't keep items cold for long. Ice can last a day or two. It isn't durable. I've used this cooler many times and it has served me well. This is not a multi-day cooler and will not keep ice for more than a day. The latches are not of good quality. After about 18 months of use, the first latch on my cooler broke. After 24 months of use, the second latch broke. There is a The wheels are sturdy. I rolled this cooler through some rough terrain and they have held up well. The slide-out handle is a nice addition, however, within the first 6 months it became difficult to pull out and push in. Would I recommend it? Only for light use and not extended trips. If you are going to buy a 120 dollar cooler, you should probably buy a 300 dollar cooler that will last you 10 years and hold ice longer. This is a viable option if you don't have the money to spend on one of those expensive coolers.
👤The cooler has some great features and does a good job of keeping food cool, if one uses a few tricks. We just finished a four day camping trip where the cooler stayed in the back of our minivan to prevent animals from getting to it. I iced the cooler with a layer of 11 x 11 cooler blocks in the bottom and three one gallon drinking water containers in the freezer. Meat products were separated from other items in a small painters bucket. There was 1/2 gal milk for the kids. It's a tip. Wrap the ice and food items with a blanket or thick towel and lay it over the top of the food. We had ice in the gallon jugs and ice cold milk for breakfast at the end of the fourth day, which was in the 80 degree range. On the fifth day, a temp probe showed 41 degrees in the cooler. I think it did great for the $'s and a little prep. There is a CON: When it's heavy, be aware of where and how you move the cooler, as you must be careful not to puncture the bottom exterior with rocks. The extension hands are amazing.
👤Works well. The place was filled with 50 lbs of ice, cold food and cold beer/wine coolers/soda on Wednesday. I did drain twice. The day was in the 80s and the night was in the 55s. I opened and closed it a lot. The top should be insulated. I'm happy with what it provides, and it's less likely to be stolen from a campsite, because it's $400 less than a similarly sized Yeti. Good hinges and locks. This cooler should last me a long time because I am not a power user or abusive.
Ice can be kept up to 5 days in high temperatures. The capacity is up to 100 cans. The closed lid supports up to 250 lbs. Cup holders. It was molded into the lid to keep drinks close. The no-crush design has a positive stop for pinch-free carrying. It is easy to clean. Smoother surface wipes clean easily.
👤I looked at every ice chest. I was caught up in the yeti trend. I looked at similar products. I remembered my childhood. Simple ice chests were involved in many of the wonderful memories I have. I took this ice chest fishing. I had cold beverages all day for my friends and I put a bag of ice in it. For me no. I dumped out some water and ice when I got home. If you are a hunter, and you need to drive a thousand miles with what you have killed on ice, and you can't stop when you get fuel, then buy an ice chest that costs five times as much. I don't worry about my drinks freezing because I'm not Walt Disney. The ice chest is solid and performs well for a month. The price I got was better than the prices of the competition. I had issues with shipping in the past, but Amazon made it right. People love the black finish.
👤The ice was solid for 3 days. I still had icy water for my drinks. I was told that I would need to spend a lot of money on a Yeti if I wanted to have ice for 4 days, but this did great.
👤Prime Day is when I bought this. I was not spending hundreds of dollars on a cooler. I don't need to keep things cold for a long time. I used this for the first time yesterday. I got home over 24 hours ago. I want the ice to melt before I dump it. The ice is not completely melted. Despite being open. It would exceed my expectations if it were shut. There is a I don't know what the people who said their ice melted in one day were doing. It took two bags of ice over 24 hours to melt in my garage, which was at least 80 degrees. The photo is above.
👤I wanted to drink from this cooler. I decided that this cooler was a good value after a lot of research. The Yeti is a better quality rotomolded cooler, but it costs more for the same capacity. We aren't going on any expeditions to the Australian Outback, so I thought the Coleman would work. There is a That's not the case. Coleman is using sheet metal screws to hold the hinges. Coleman has a "Xtreme" cooler that I expect more from them. Even if the hinges were attached more securely, they are that design that relies on a thin piece of plastic flexing for the 'hinge' action. There is a They did not show the hinges in the photos. There is one picture where you can see them, but you can't see the screws or how flimsy the construction is. When I left it open for a while, there was a plastic smell and I discovered how bad the design was. The lid was more open when I looked at it. The screws had pulled out from the weight of the lid. The lid is very light. If someone was dragging a full cooler around by the lid, that would be one thing, but just leaving the lid open with no force on it should not cause the screws to pull out. Coleman should be embarrassed. Coleman is an example of a company that is killed by this kind of design.
Heavy duty blow-molded construction has a reinforced base for increased strength and protection. It is lightweight and durable with 4-5 day ice retention. The cooler is protected against sun damage. There are 83 12-ounce cans and 52 quarts. The hardware and hinge rods are Rust- resistant. The lid is kept secure with rubberized T-grip latches. A threaded drain plug is garden hose compatible and has a carabiner cap. The MaxCold body has 20% thicker foam and an insulated lid and can hold up to 5 days of ice. Cool Riser Technology improves cooling performance by elevating the cooler away from hot surfaces.
👤I love this cooler. I wanted the yeti at first, and then checked out other high valued coolers, and eventually found this igloo one at a steal of a price. Ice lasted 5 days. Could go longer! After drawing the water, I was left with a good amount of ice leftover. I highly recommend this cooler. Save some money and buy this cooler.
👤There were 4 days of ice in the cooler. It could have gone on for a couple more days. We kept all our food and drinks in this cooler and opened it many times a day. We used 2 frozen gatorade bottles, no loose ice, and both bottles had 40% of the solid ice left. In the summer, camping at Great Sand Dunes is very hot. The cooler is sturdy, an upgrade from the standard coolers, and it holds the cold, as well as the highly over valued Yeti coolers, which is why you should look on the internet for videos of the Yeti coolers getting cut in half along with a cheap Coleman insulation.
👤This is a great water maker. You will have nice cold water in three hours if you add ice. The water can be poured into a cup by opening the valve. It's the best. I don't recommend putting food or drinks in the water maker because they won't stay cold. All my friends think I got a good deal. If you are looking for a water maker, this is the product for you.
👤My wife and I camped Saturday night. I put ice in it and put beer in it. We opened multiple times to get a drink. Went home Sunday afternoon and put the beer in the fridge. I didn't put the lid down. It is Tuesday night. There is still ice in the cooler. I am very happy with the performance of this cooler.
👤I noticed a flaw in the design of the handle that can easily be fixed. The only thing I noticed was that my steel bar was moving. There are two plugs that hold the steel bar in. They weren't secured properly during the factory release. They don't stick into the bar in a way that holds them still forever when you push them all the way into the grooves. They need to be replaced with a plug from the home depot. I am missing a black plug in my new pictures because I noticed too late. I don't think this can be replaced from the manufacturer. I have to find something to fit my review because it is going to be reduced to 4 stars. The handle is very strong and can be fixed, it is just a flaw that may allow your handle to fall off. I ordered the 52 for 89 dollars. 50 pounds of ice and drinks were loaded on it. Day 3 is still covered in ice. It can hold regular ice from the convenience store. Blocks would last longer. This comes with a strap inside to stop it from being opened too far. 52 is huge for one person, I think you could have 32 bottles in there. There is a drain. The thing is very sweet and powerful at a third of the price of a yeti and some off brands. It closes well. I think it will last a long time for me. It supports my weight easily.
The swing-up bale handle has a comfort grip. Two handed carrying or lifting can be done with these side handles. There are 32 cans and 26 quarts. Good universal fit in 12V outlet for 8' long power cord for portable use. The cigarette lighter in your car can be used to cool off without ice, as well as keeping the contents fresh and dry. The temperature is taken down to 36F below the surrounding air. You have more room for food and drinks without ice.
👤I'm happy with the cooler so far. I had a 40 watt light bulb. Coleman cooler. I like the size of this one because I can put it on the passenger side or back seat. The other one was too large. I am going to debunk some of the reviews I read. The thermoelectric coolers are not designed to keep food and drinks cold. I use frozen ice packs for those who are disappointed. They keep things colder than the thermoelectric cooler. Natural seams in the plastic are what caused the cracks in the lid. When the lid is open and closed, the seams open slightly. That is normal. It's not a design flaw. The plug was getting too hot and melting in one review. I'm pretty sure that was a bad plug. After running for 8 hours, I found it to be warm. I will keep an eye on it to see if there are any cracks.
👤It works well. Good size. I've used coolers like this for 20 years. Keep your expectations realistic. There is a The coolers draw around 4 Amps. There is a The Amazon price is better for Igloo coolers than the two larger Truck Stop chains. You can usually find a replacement power cord at the truck stops. There is a The cooler will take 4-5 hours to cool down. Plug it in and expect miracles, don't fill it with warm items. If you wipe out the condensation in the cooler when it's running over long periods of time, you can avoid the ice problems you sometimes experience. I will periodically unplugged my cooler and let it 'drefrost' a bit, and then wipe it out with a few paper towers. I keep canned soda and bottled water in the bottom of the cooler. The cooler's carry over capacity is extended by this. It's unplugged for a while. There is a If you keep items in the cooler, you want to make sure the cooler is running. The power plug has a light on it. I try to position the plug so I can see the light when driving, and also place my hand over the exhaust vent at times to feel the fan is working. There is a The fan is the only moving part of the cooler that will wear out eventually. I get 1-2 years of use before the fan dies, or slows down enough to need to be replaced, if I use them in a truck for 300 days a year or more.
👤Since summer is coming in, I had to buy a cooler for my truck. I chose this one over many others. There is a It's solid and operates quietly. It does what it's suppose to do. I usually start it in the morning after I plug it in. I have had it for over a week now and it has not been a problem. There is a It's a bit small for me. I'm buying a big 40 quart one for my brother and I'm giving it to him. There is a It was so good. There were no problems. I haven't had an issue with the power melting down and not being able to handle it, though I have read reviews about it. The cord is strong. There is a If you just drop the lid, it won't shut. You have to push it to close. Take a look at the pics.
The Backsaver shoulder strap has a shoulder pad. (L x W x H) 10.25′′ Ice can be kept for 5 days at 90 degrees. The handles have a tie-down loop feature. Two snap-fit latches secure the lid. The drain plug is threaded and easy to drain. The exterior dimensions are 38.31" L x 17.38" W x 17.75" D. The bottom is 33 x 13.25 x 13.25 inches.
👤The Igloo Wire Basket is perfect for this cooler, and it fits inside perfectly. Pictures are included for reference.
👤The bad: it's too big for the money. I used it for hunting and it held the deer. There is a The plastic hinges are bad, they broke the first time I used the cooler. You can add the replacement hinges to the order if you buy this. You will thank yourself. There is a The hinges are not ugly. Buy the metal hinges.
👤This was my mom's cooler. It's for me to use and not for my husband or boys to abuse on the boat. It was great. They took it fishing one day. I wanted to slice them the same way they sliced it up. There is a I would get the same deal again if I could. I would trade a kid for one. It was perfect in my SUV. I plan on taking revenge on their cooler.
👤The lid hinges did break within the first year, but I contacted Igloo and they shipped me the STAINLESS steel ones free of charge. I really would like to ask for more.
👤There is a big gap on the left side of the lid. The right side is okay. I don't think it will keep the cool for long.
👤Shortly after I received this cooler, I wrote a very positive review. The latches fell off. The cooler worked for us without the latches, but yesterday the lid fell off. I understand that things wear out, but we don't handle this cooler very well. It should have lasted more than a year.
👤The ice was gone 7 days before that. It was easier to hunt deer this year. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to stay longer. I stayed for a few weeks. I went into town to get more ice. I used to go in for ice more often with my smaller cooler. I left my milk and pop set in the top open door so I could easily access it. I have nothing bad to say about this. I left the large ice bags outside on my trailer until I got the cooler set up in my cabin, then I carried the ice in. Other wise. I don't think I would have been able to handle it myself, but I was able to forget about it for a week in my living room with the exception of a short hose I left hooked up. Thanks to the extended cooler, we guys can spend our time hunting instead of driving into town every few nights for more ice.
👤I increased my rating after doing more research. There are two versions of the 100 quart. There are other sizes of Igloo coolers as well. The "Maxcold" and the "Quick and Cool". I have been happy with the Maxcold version for the last 10 years. I think it's the best performing cooler. I've owned. I bought the "Quick and Cool" thinking it was the same as the other one. The price of the "Quick and Cool" is much cheaper due to the different guts. The hollow hatch lid of the Q&C is a joke. It's hollow. The Q&C should hold ice half as long as possible. The Maxcold version is better in warmer weather. I don't understand why a company would make a cooler that doesn't have proper insulation just to hit a price point. If you want to get the Maxcold, I suggest avoiding this cheap version and spending more money. If you have the Q&C version, you will be happy to know that you can keep your stuff cold on camping trips, even if you don't have a lot of water.
It is easy to carry to anywhere you want to go. The drinks are insulated to keep them cold. Even when full, side handles make it easy to transport. 45 quarts holds 45 cans and ice. The drainage spout and bottle opener are included. If you prop the lid open, you can grab drinks with one hand.
👤Cheaply made. Not strong at all. Didn't have enough screws. The lid is attached to a splintered top. We used spray paint to make it pop. The amount of screws needed is ridiculous and the wood doesn't look like a picture on the advert. There is a The MFG sent us a replacement top because the other one was broken. It holds the stain and color well after a year in the sun. It works well for what we needed.
👤Junk, junk, junk. The first one was broken in the box. The second one was also junk. The directions are straight. It was easy to assemble. The wood is light and soft. I was worried it would break while I was assembling it. I can pick it up with one hand. The "cooler" is not a cooler, but a thin tin put together in a box shape. The tin leaks, not where the plug is, but in the corners, so it can't be used where you don't want to get wet. It is not meant to be used outdoors. The first time it rained, the black from the stars ran all over the cooler. The ice is quickly melting. It looks terrible after having it for a couple months. I don't understand how it got positive reviews. There are many better quality products for less than $100. This has been the biggest waste of money we have spent. I don't like giving negative reviews, but this is junk.
👤Poor quality all around. I bought this for my husband on his birthday. It would be great to have it at our new camp site. This was disappointing from the beginning. This was a struggle to put together because there were no screw holes. The lid was not staying on after the first weekend because the hinge screws were not long enough. I had to buy new screws to fix the lid. The camper we returned to the next weekend was completely rust-colored and we had to open it to put ice and beverages in. When we left, we drained the cooler but didn't think we would need to dry it out. After a few months of dealing with rust and leaking from the drain hole, I bought a good flex seal and painted the inside of the cooler. I should have painted the outside after two coats because it seemed to help the issue of rust. The cooler drips rusty water whenever there is condensation. When my husband put the cooler in the truck, he was covered in rusty water, because we closed our camper site this weekend. The water must have built up. He was angry and this ended up in the dumpster. The quality of the wood is not good. I will never buy another one like this.
👤I was hoping it would be easy to put together and hold enough beer for the people I want to come over.
👤The cooler looks great. It is a gift. It's easy to put together. It's a little on the cheap. We adjusted it a bit and it's fine now. The sealant inside wasn't very good. We sealed it again after we pulled it out. It's not sure how it will hold. The inside metal cooler bends so it causes the original silicone to detach from the metal. There is no coating on the wood. We put a seal on the lid and sprayed it with a wood protectant. There wasn't a single one. A fine cooler now.
The package includes inflatable serving bars and a random color pump. Ice is added to the serving bar to keep food and drinks chilled. It's lightweight, portable and waterproof. If you need to refill with ice, use a clear plug in the bottom. It inflates and deflates quickly. It's stillusable. Store it for the next party. An excellent addition to summer parties is a pool party, barbecue, cookouts, sports party, beach wedding,camping and reunions. It is easy to carry to anywhere you want to go.
👤The salad bar was 800-313-5780 I have an air pump that makes it easy to inflate and deflate. I was able to keep the salad bar items fresh for the open house event. I recommend this product to everyone.
👤These were amazing. I thought they were "cheesy" when I ordered them. This wasn't the case. We used them for a celebration of life for 90 people. The tables were put end to end with black linens and they looked great. They were stocked with packs of 12 ounce cans. The ice was poured right on top. It kept the pop cold for a long time. At the end of the event, the drain port was just over the edge of the table, and each bar was turned diagonal on the table. The port was opened to allow drainage. dried with paper towels and hung up to dry at home before folding for storage I would use these for a wedding, backyard BBQ or other event where you want self service drinks with easy service and clean up.
👤This was the best! We were able to set these up in a matter of minutes, filled them with ice and never had to worry about the food being kept cold. If you are serving something on a flat plate, you might want to consider something that has some sides to it. The flat serving tray got some water as ice began to melt. The bars work great, we failed to plan, but not a problem with the serving bar.
👤I was skeptical about how these would work. It was perfect! My son was graduating from high school. I didn't want anyone to get sick from potato salad he requested. I found these and was happy. They looked great on the tables next to the meat and baked beans. There was room for a pan of salad and fruit. I could have gotten 3 serving bowls. There was ice in it for four hours. The temperature outside was 70 degrees. I thought I would dispose of the 3 pack after use. I wanted more for summer parties. It deflated nicely. I still have 3. I would buy this again.
👤It worked as expected. It is easy to fill with ice. I used this for a graduation party in the 90's. I added ice to this a couple of times. The food was safe to eat for hours.
👤It was easy to drain, so no need to try to lift it up to empty. It's a must have for any event where you need to keep food and drinks chilled. To deflate them, you need to squeeze the fill nozzle a bit. I can't imagine an event where they wouldn't be useful. Maybe not needed for ice fishing.
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