I bought this same model cooler about 20 yrs. ago- they were red back then. It's held up nicely and works great. A couple of yrs. ago it developed a small split in the outer plastic on the backside, but I haven't noticed any difference in its "performance". These coolers are rarely available for less than twenty. At fifteen, it's a great deal, and I like the blue better than the red. :) Highly recommended at this price.
Great value for the dollar!! Very happy with this purchase.
This is a great cooler for the price, very inexpensive and affortable. The handles make it easy to carry around and the walls are not too thin so it should be able to keep things cool for some time. The only thing I don't like is the flip/hinge. The top doesn't really stay open or popped up. The hinge forces the top to close down unless you continue to press on the top to force it to open. This makes loading the cooler a bit difficult as you have to keep one hand on the lid to keep it from closing on you.
This is a great cooler that I purchased for my son. Everyone needs a cooler. It is a perfect size. We have not tried it yet, but I am sure it will be fine.
This is a good size cooler. Product was as described.
Great cooler with plenty of space for ice and items you need to keep cool. Rugged and easy to lift. The drain spout is very handy for draining excess liquid. Should last many years.
I wasn't sure about this cooler at first because I ordered it online and picked it up at the store which was a plus. However, I didn't know how it would hold up because I live in Florida and I was going on a camping trip. I put ice in it on a Thursday and by Monday the ice just had melted so for it being a regular cooler at a great price it did the job.
I bought this to mash grain to make beer. The price at $18 was right. The bottom is nice and flat and made it easy to create a copper manifold and the sides are smooth and clean up easily. The lid is hollow and allows a significant amount of heat loss; I had to fill it with door sealant foam to increase its heat retention. A typical 60 minute mash loses about 3 degrees (150 to 147 in 60 minutes at 70 degree ambient). The size just barely allows 10 gallon brewing if your gravity doesn't exceed 1.050
I have two, in use for 5 to 10 years.The store is about 1 hour away for grocery's ,throw some ice and the goodies stay fresh.
It has alot of space but doesn't keep stuff cold too much.