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Coleman Classic 54-qt. Steel Cooler

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Coleman Classic 54-qt. Steel Cooler
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4.3/5 stars based on 149 customer reviews on the product page.


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    • Company hallmark cooler was originally manufactured in 1954
    • Steel design keeps ice up to three days
    • Leakproof, rust-resistant drain


Originally manufactured by Coleman in 1954, the Classic Steel Cooler is a company hallmark. And now, the Classic Steel Cooler is back with today’s latest cooling technology. It keeps ice up to three days in temperatures reaching 100°F. The cooler has a sturdy steel lid and case, as well as stainless steel handles with rubber grips. It also has a steel latch and stainless steel hinges and screws. Leakproof and rust-resistant drain.

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I happened to see a 'Steel' version of the Coleman cooler at WalMart yesterday while picking up some fishing tackle.

I remember my parents having one in the 80's and it was all dark green/white trim, and it would probably take ball peen hammer blows to make a dent in it. I drained it many times over the years after a tough weekend at the farm.

Flash-forward: The one I saw at WalMart was black/white trim, and I actually had to knock on it several times to tell it was steel. It had a textured finish, and it was not obvious it was metal (or sturdy) like a anything else made of older, thicker stamped steel.

I'd be curious of FW reviews (Not Cabelas) of this item, as it seems lighter duty (and pales on the surface) to the 'Steel like a 1979 Chevy fender' version I grew up with.

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Anyone know how these guys compare to a Coleman Extreme cooler, in regards to how long they'll keep things cold. Also curious how they compare to a Yeti or similar cooler (though I know those are super expensive for a cooler!). The price sometimes drops fairly low on Amazon for some but I don't think it drops this low.

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The product description says that it's supposed to keep things cool for a couple days. Some reviews then said don't leave it out in the sun for too long, and some reviews say it works amazing and like the product description it keeps things cold for long periods of time.

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My grandfather gave me an old steel Coleman cooler from the 60's-70's, and that thing even after all these years, will keep ice for a couple days easily when we go camping.

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Logan71 said:   I happened to see a 'Steel' version of the Coleman cooler at WalMart yesterday while picking up some fishing tackle.

I remember my parents having one in the 80's and it was all dark green/white trim, and it would probably take ball peen hammer blows to make a dent in it. I drained it many times over the years after a tough weekend at the farm.

Flash-forward: The one I saw at WalMart was black/white trim, and I actually had to knock on it several times to tell it was steel. It had a textured finish, and it was not obvious it was metal (or sturdy) like a anything else made of older, thicker stamped steel.

I'd be curious of FW reviews (Not Cabelas) of this item, as it seems lighter duty (and pales on the surface) to the 'Steel like a 1979 Chevy fender' version I grew up with.

 

  ~~I have one of the green ones still and used it this weekend...takes some effort to get closed  now but will keep stuff cold for days ...if this one is built anywhere near the same expect to get a few decades out of it

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