An Insulated Cooler is a Significant Purchase in Camping and Outdoor Recreational Activities, as it Facilitates Efficient Storage for Food and Beverages.
Many consumers may crunch numbers when it comes down to purchasing a Cooler. However, I decided to break it down in Dollars Spent on Ice during my latest weekend Camping Excursion. Of course, I understand that Environmental Factors may be a variable in this equation. I suspect that the breakdown will not be as Exaggerated as the 2x a Day Refills for Ice to Preserve Perishables and Cool the Palate.
On Average 3 Large Bags of Ice are Required to “Cool” a Cooler(median cost 1 large bag of ice = $3.16).
- 3(3.16)= $9.48 Per Refill
- 2(9.48)= $18.96 Per Day
- 3(18.96)= $56.88 Per Weekend
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This List May Be Small But Delivers, Which Is What I Would Prefer To Share. I Like Many Other Consumers May Fall Into The Cycle of Persuasion and False Claims on Product Purchases. I Believe in the Products Featured Below or Simply They Wouldn’t Be Here.
PELICAN ELITE COOLER 45 QUART : The Pelican Elite Cooler 45 Quart is a tough ice chest made for camping and hard outdoor use, building on Pelican’s unmatched experience in designing and constructing protective hard boxes. Ideal for almost any situation you can imagine – from fishing trips, tailgate parties and hunting expeditions to the most epic of outdoor adventures. Built exacting military standards, with the most durable polymers, and it’s engineered with secure press and pull latches, a freezer-grade o-ring seal and dual handles for easy transport and tie-off.
An Igloo cooler for the serious sportsman! An Igloo cooler often requested by hunters and sportsmen is also ideal for the kids’ games, at school or church events, camping, or at your bacKyard events.