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Choosing A Cooler For Camping Trips

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If you are going camping, one thing you will need to source is the best camping cooler for your trip. While camping is a bit rough by its very nature, this does not mean your experience has to be as challenging as possible! It is important to invest in equipment that is going to make your experience a good one, and this is exactly what a camping cooler will do. It will keep your food fresh and your drinks cold, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable trip.

There are a few other elements that are worth bearing in mind when choosing a cooler. The size of the camping cooler is one of these elements. This will depend on the number of people that are camping and the number of days you are going camping for. It also depends on the vehicle you use and whether you have the likes of one of the single axle trailers by Big Man for all of your supplies. If you are going to be taking a short weekend camping break, and there is a gas station nearby, meaning you can easily purchase ice, you will probably find that it is better to go for a cooler that is lighter and cheaper. This will save you money and it will be easy to carry around. However, if you are going camping for an extended trip and you are going to be deep in the backcountry, you will need something that is going to keep highly perishable food during this time. Therefore, it is certainly worth spending a bit of extra money on a reliable product. 

You will also want to consider durability too. After all, the last thing you want is for your camping cooler to snap while you are on a camping vacation. Some of the things that can make a difference when it comes to the lifespan of your cooler include the design of the spout and the materials used for the lid hinges. Screw-in sprouts and metal hinges are highly durable. On the flip side, pull-off spouts and plastic hinges are easy to break yet pretty much impossible to replace.

First developed back in 1954, if you are looking for a classic design and a reliable product, the Coleman Steel-Belted Cooler is the cooler for you. It can hold 2-litre bottles, or if you’re taking cans with you, you will get as many as 85 in this cooler. So, you will definitely have plenty of room for all of the food and refreshments you are planning to take with you. This cooler is secure, comfortable, and easy to use thanks to the comfort-grip steel handles and stainless steel lid latch. Plus, the lid doubles up as a seat, meaning you always have somewhere to sit no matter where you camp. And, when everything is said and done, you can empty excess water without having to tilt the cooler thanks to the channel drain, which is leak-resistant.

Another good option is the Igloo Ice Cube Roller Cooler. This will keep cold for a very long time thanks to the ultra-therm insulated body. This product has been designed with ease and convenience in mind. The telescopic handle means you can wheel the cube, rather than lifting it. However, if you do want to lift it, the ergonomic design makes sure that this is easy enough too! There are four cup holders molded into the top of the lid, as well as a useful locking feature. 

 

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I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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