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Picnicking with Coleman: The Coleman 70 Qt. Xtreme Cooler Will Keep Your Ice Frozen for 5 Days & Keep Your Drinks Cool & Food Fresh!

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The Coleman 70 Qt. Xtreme Cooler…
Pure awesomeness.

Technically, the first day of Autumn this year is September 22nd, with that said, we are enjoying the warm weather and sunshine as much as we can. Some of you may know that we are huge fans of Coleman and it is one of our favorite go-to brands. I had the chance to review the Xtreme 5 cooler from Coleman and we were stoked of course.

We decided to take a little day trip bright and early with our littlest. We packed a small little picnic lunch, drinks and snacks and we headed out. We filled the cooler with ice and off we went to play in the park and walk some trails. The weather was beautiful and perfect for our little day trip!

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Robust and Durable.

The Xtreme 5 cooler keeps ice for up to 5 days in temperatures up to 32 degrees. Isn’t that amazing? And we put it to the test as we left the ice in the cooler and it DID NOT melt. I was blown away by that alone and not to mention it is 66 litres and can hold up to 100 cans!

It’s EZ clean top has a smooth surface for easy and quick washing! The hinged top was useful because with a toddler, you often only have one hand and if you let go of the top, it just closes and doesn’t fall.

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Roomy. Safe and Cool!

What I love about this cooler is that it is rustproof, leak-resistant and a channel drain for no-tilt easy draining. Ahhh, you don’t know how amazing that is. If you’re like me, you wait until it drains and then just push the cooler over on it’s side and drain the rest out. This drain works well and it requires no tilting. It is a godsend. I know that we will be putting this cooler to good use for many years to come.

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Need a Seat?

You can take one with the Xtreme 5 cooler! The Have-a-seat lid can hold up to 250 pounds, so if you’re at the beach or at a party and there’s no seating room, you can just relax on the sturdy cooler.

This was one of my favorite features and since it holds that much weight, any adult or kiddie can sit when they want. Once you’re done sitting and you need to move the Xtreme 5, the no crush comfort handles makes the job easy.

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Roll It Out.

What I loved the most about the cooler is that it has wheels! Apart from all the awesome features I’ve already mentioned, the fact that if I don’t have a big strong man to help me tug this cooler and I can do it myself–well, that speaks a million things! The tires are strong and rugged and can definitely do it’s job and do it well.

See It In Action!

Now that you’ve seen it rolling, you can see how robust and rugged it is and it’s easy to use. I love how it isn’t only a seat but, it has 4 cup holders that are super handy. Mimi liked it she asked Daddy for a ride, though this isn’t recommended, we thought it was okay to pull her slowly and for a tiny bit. She loved it! So, it’s parent and kid-approved!
Win-It

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Keep It Cool!

One lucky CANADIAN Whispered Inspirations reader will win this 50 Can Cooler from Coleman Canada! This giveaway starts on September 4th, 2013 and ends on September 19th, 2013! Open to Canada only!

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Get Outside!

We are going to be using our Xtreme 5 cooler Β as we make a trip to Toronto. It’s perfect to store the girls snacks and almond milk and juices. They stay cool and hydrated and we save a few bucks when travelling.

Make sure to keep an eye out for my next Coleman review where we will be getting outside and active with the Coleman Badminton set! Head on over to the Coleman Canada website to see all the amazing gear that can help you in any season!

What would you put in your Coleman cooler?

Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!

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93 Comments

  1. Canadian Cooler. Canadian Beer. Nothing else would do. And of course we would have to have some food. Burgers and dogs.

  2. lots of diet coke, water, fruit and veggies, and anything with chocolate so that it won't melt. really great cooler! thanks!

  3. Well, if it was up to me, it would be bottled water and fresh fruit and sandwiches. If it were up to my husband, it would be 50 cans of beer lol

  4. I would put all my grandson's favorite snacks;
    juice box, canned fruit, yogurt sticks, veggies and dip (yes, he loves veggies!)
    and don't forget grandma's favorite; Beer! lol
    Cheers,

  5. I would use the cooler for lots of water and juice boxes for my daughter…and I suppose some beer for my husband.

  6. Everything we need for a picnic. Hamburgers, hotdogs, buns for both, condiments, salads, fruit and some drinks.

  7. there'd be all sorts of things for a picnic – shrimps, buns, butter, water, soft drinks, salad and fruit too. This would also come in very handy when buying frozen goods too and for camping – wonderful

  8. We use coolers as expansion space for fresh veggies when we run out of space in our fridge.
    My recent post Valya Boutenko on How to Make a Green Smoothie Tasty Every Time

  9. I would put in Pepsi for me, Cream Soda for the Kids and Budweiser for the hubby πŸ˜€
    (RAFFLECOPTER: MAEGAN MORIN)

  10. Definately some near beer, juice, weekend snacks and some amazing steaks to be kept cool until grilling time!!!

  11. I would love this for all out family’s outdoor adventures. I would put drinks, sandwiches, fruit, snacks and all perishables in Coleman Cooler.

  12. I would put bud light for the hubby, wine for me and some juice for the little one…oh and lots of water πŸ˜‰

  13. Juices, soft drinks, veggies and fruits as well as the required ingredients for making sandwiches – usually on baguette breads!

  14. We camp and having this cooler would be a huge blessing! On wheels and can fill with plenty of drinks, salads, fruit and the list goes on…Thanks for the chance!

  15. I would load it up with items for camping….mostly juice boxes, some harder stuff for the adults, orange juice….

  16. When we go camping I would put in some hamburgers, fruit, soda, a bottle of wine for me and some beer for hubs.

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