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Coleman Thermoelectric Cooler is a great way to keep foods cold!
A few weeks back, I mentioned that we made a big purchase this summer and bought a ‘new to us’ boat! Since that time, I think we have basically lived on the lake every weekend. We load up in the mornings and then stock our cooler full of food to eat out on the water.
I’m actually getting anxious now for next summer because I know we will be out on the water even more! This summer, my husband is doing a second job mowing yards on the side and that takes up one day of every weekend. I’m ready for that to be over, soon it will be. Next summer he is cutting back and we are spending more time doing what we love…spending time together and being out on the boat at the lake.
We’ve come to find that is like our happy place now, it’s so peaceful, the kids love it and can spend the entire day there without being fussy at all. That’s worth it, friends!
In the midst of this on our first trip out to the lake in our new boat, our friend told us about the Coleman Thermoelectric Cooler. He said that is was similar to a fridge and plugged in so that it could keep your food hot or cold without having to actually use ice. We were immediately intrigued and knew we had to try this.
We ended up trying out the Coleman Thermoelectric Cooler and immediately we were impressed with just how cold it kept our food! It was so nice to pretty much have a little ‘fridge’ on board and easily grab a cold drink without digging through a pile of ice. Also, we didn’t have to worry about ice melting because we did not have to use any!
This cooler keeps everything 40* below the outside temperature. That means for us it kept it about 60*. That means frozen foods may not stay cold enough but the basics that we always bring like sandwiches and drinks do. The warming box actually can go up to 140*! Can you imagine warm food out on the lake? Steak dinner anyone?
It’s powered by a 110 V home outlet (with separate adapter) or 12 V vehicle outlet (included), plus it can be used either upright or like a traditional cooler.
Not only have we used this on our boat, but my husband has been using it in his truck as a truck driver and also on the days he mows, he keeps cold water and food safely stored in it.
Have you tried the Coleman Thermoelectric Cooler yet? Head on over to their website and check it out!
Disclosure: I was provided with the product to review; however, this is not a compensated post.