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Coleman Xtreme 70 Quart Cooler

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When you need a tough cooler with extraordinary ice retention, choose a Coleman 70 Quart Xtreme Cooler. Extra ThermOZONE... Read More
SKU: 3000002011 Product Code: 8130065

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    When you need a tough cooler with extraordinary ice retention, choose a Coleman 70 Quart Xtreme Cooler. Extra ThermOZONE Insulation retains ice for five days in temperatures up to 90 degrees F (32.22 degrees C), and still performs incredibly well on even hotter days. The foam is even free from CFCs, HFCs and HCFCs, which deplete the ozone. Inside, there’s plenty of room for all your food and drinks, including 100 cans—more than four cases of soda.

    Benefits

    • Holds 100 cans, more than four cases of soda.
    • Xtreme 5 Technology keeps ice up to 5 days in temperatures up to 90 degrees F (32.22 degrees C).
    • ThermOZONE Insulation contains no CFCs, HFCs or HCFCs, which deplete the ozone.
    • Have-A-Seat Lid supports up to 250 lbs. (113.4 kg).
    • Hinged lid with four cup holders keeps drinks close.
    • Two-way handles for easy carrying.
    • EZ-Clean top makes clean-up simple.
    • Rustproof, leak-resistant channel for no-tilt draining.
    • Antimicrobial liner resists the growth of odor-causing bacteria.

    Country of Origin

    • Imported

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Coleman

W.C. Coleman could see the light for the darkness. The young salesman was taking a stroll after a hard day’s work selling typewriters, and spotted a new type of lamplight in a drugstore window in Brockton, Alabama. This new light burned with a strong, steady white flame and was fueled by gasoline. The standard lamp of the era burned kerosene and produced a smoky, flickering, yellowish light. W.C. was stricken with very poor eyesight, and was very interested in this new, steady white light that enabled him to read even the smallest print in books and on medicine bottles. Coleman saw potential in the new light, and through his vision a new company was born that would put America’s farms and ranches in a new light, and would eventually make his name synonymous with outdoor fun.