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Coleman 52 qt. Xtreme Cooler

Item# 089W014013110001P | Model# 6050A748 | Added on April 16, 2010 |
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Coleman 52 qt. Xtreme Cooler
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The Space for All Your Treats The Coleman Xtreme 52 qt. cooler makes it possible to take all the foods and drinks you want to your next tailgate, backyard BBQ or camping trip. With enough space to hold 82, 12-ounce cans, you can easily put snacks, drinks and food for meals in the same cooler, packing it all in with ice. This cooler has a solid-walled design with twin handles on either side that swivel to make carrying easier, even when going downhill or when hoisting the cooler from the back of the car.

  • Holds up to 82, 12-ounce. cans
  • Drain is conveniently located near the bottom, so that you can empty the cooler without tipping it
  • 4 deep drink holders in the top of the lid let this cooler double as a table
  • Sturdy plastic handles on both sides make it easy to pick the cooler up when moving it
  • Extra insulation can keep your ice cold for up to 5 days, even in 90°F temperatures
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By coleman-us
November 23rd, 2017

I used this chest on a 5 day duck hunting trip in South Louisiana. It held as better than any other chest we used. I highly recommend getting one & any future chest that I purchase will be a Coleman!!!

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By coleman-us
May 31st, 2018
Very disappointed

Took it camping temperature was not over 90 degrees. .my ice did not last longer than. 12 hours. Would not recommend it for any outdoor activities.

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Bought this cooler to transport frozen chicken and steak on an airplane. We didn’t open cooler for 2 days and when we did, everything was still FROZEN!!! Love this cooler!

November 28th via coleman-us
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Works great!


I use this cooler on at least two four-day camping trips each summer with temps ranging from 70-90 degrees. It does hold ice for four days on trip and would longer if needed. Don’t listen to the negative reviews. If you pre-freeze your food, pre-chill the beverages, pre-chill the cooler, keep in the shade, and use ice blocks along with cubes, this cooler works. I own two of these and until the roto-molded coolers came out these were hands down the best and still are for the money. Ok, it’s not bear-proof and the hinges are junk, but this cooler keeps the stuff cold!

July 18th via coleman-us
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Great value and will hold ice in triple digit temp


I use this cooler in the desert all summer and it does hold ice in 100 degree weather for 5 days when packed properly,

July 17th via coleman-us
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Does not keep items cold and/or frozen for 5 days


Incident Reference # 180709-000658 - The items I put in the cooler did not stay cold or frozen for the 5 days advertised. And keeping ice for 5 days is apparently not part of the warranty.

July 9th via coleman-us
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Reliable Cooler


Rating this a 5 because it is exactly what it claims to be. Nothing special, but not inferior either and the price is reasonable. Bought to replace another, older generic Coleman cooler. Works well; even racoon proof as evidenced by muddy footprints on the lid after a morning of camping. (Still, I would recommend putting the cooler away in a car or something heavy on the lid since they probably could open it if determined. Certainly not bear-proof)
I feel like the handles might be the first thing to give out.

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