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Old September 14th, 2012, 10:55 AM
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This thing is stout. Got it in today. I head out west to hunt in the morning...
man i'm jealous.
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how many cans of beer or soda does it hold?
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how many cans of beer or soda does it hold?
None. It will hold a lot of wine though
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Old October 2nd, 2012, 05:03 PM
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If anybody wants some of these PM me. My local distributor has some and is unloading them at a fair price.
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whats fair?
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Old October 12th, 2012, 01:06 PM
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Ok so after almost two months of waiting my Pelican Cooler is here! Man this 35 is a beast, it looks like it could take a 100' fall and keep on going. Pelican stayed true on this new case. I'm glad I waited, but hope I don't throw my back out luggin this thing around!
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The 45 is even more difficult. Try lugging that around an airport I wish they made it with wheels... That will probably be the first tool modification.


Check the brochure, there is a 110 in the pics..

Wait till the 250qt one comes out. I cant image how heavy that one is going to be...
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Tom do you have any pics of yours being put to use this season?
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Old October 12th, 2012, 01:15 PM
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The 45 is even more difficult. Try lugging that around an airport I wish they made it with wheels... That will probably be the first tool modification.


Check the brochure, there is a 110 in the pics..

Wait till the 250qt one comes out. I cant image how heavy that one is going to be...
I saw that in their brochure chained to the handle! 250 qt...holy cow I know thats on your list...better get a pallet jack! I think I'll go up one size but get it in tan.
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Tom do you have any pics of yours being put to use this season?
No pics.

I can say I had a case of wine and a case of seltzer in it (along with ice) and the ice stayed for 7 days (temps from 40 at night to 80+ during the day) in a shaded area.

I bet it would have done better if I followed the directions buy "pre-cooling" the cooler.
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No pics.

I can say I had a case of wine and a case of seltzer in it (along with ice) and the ice stayed for 7 days (temps from 40 at night to 80+ during the day) in a shaded area.

I bet it would have done better if I followed the directions buy "pre-cooling" the cooler.
you know pre cooling or heating depending....does work (or seems to). I'll have to remember to do that with the cooler. I always turn on the Engel the night before I pack it with food. I still cant belive the 250 qt...you'd need 4 guys to carry that thing loaded!
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