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LenaLoyd
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message 27 juin 2020 - 06:39 | Canne emboitement poignée  
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Best Personal Coolers In This Year

If you are looking for a perfect cooler for a picnic or a day trip on the beach, you will find personal coolers to be the most suitable option. This kind of cooler is small in size, lightweight, and portable, but at the same time, it can store everything you need for the trip.

✲✲✲ Related Article: Top Rated Camping Coolers

After checking lots of cooler reviews and ratings, we came up with a list of small personal coolers for you, right below:

1. Coleman FlipLid Personal Cooler

The Coleman FlipLid Personal Cooler is perhaps the smallest ice cooler you can find right now. It has a capacity of five quarts and can hold up to six cans, which is perfect for a one-day picnic or camping trip. The product weighs only 1.83 pounds and is equipped with a bail handle so you can carry it to your destination effortlessly. Once you arrive, you can flip over the FlipLid reversible hinged lid to use it as a mini table. The surface of its EZ-Clean top is smoother compared to those of other coolers, meaning it can be cleaned by wiping. The Coleman FlipLid has lots of positive reviews and, of course, is one of the top-rated coolers in the small-size cooler segment.



2. Stanley Adventure Cooler 7 Quarts

We are introducing you to the best hard-sided cooler in the market: the Stanley Adventure Cooler. This cooler can keep food and beverages cold for up to 27 hours - almost 40% longer compared to other coolers, thanks to its extra-foam lid. This lid is also a leak-resistant one that prevents your drink from spilling. It has a capaty of seven quarts, meaning it can hold a maximum of nine cans. The product is made of polyprolyene and stainless steel, which is durable and easy to clean. Stanley's flat top doubles as an extra seat for your child. It also has an adjustable bungee cord that you can use to secure the bottle.

3. ENGEL Cooler/Dry Box 13 Quarts

Produced by ENGEL, one of the Best Coolers In The World, the ENGEL Cooler/Dry Box 13 Quart differs from other items due to its excellent ice retention and mobility. This cooler keeps food and drinks cold for hours thanks to an airtight gasket around the lid. It features a recessed central carry handle that offers superior grip, so lifting it is no trouble. Designed with stainless-steel fittings and non-absorbent surfaces, the ENGEL is easy to clean and its appearance can remain good for years. With a capacity of 13 quarts, the cooler can hold up to 18 cans along with some ice. As its name implies, this cooler can be used as a dry box that keeps moisture out of your electronic devices and gadgets.



4. Igloo Ice Cube Cooler 14 Cans

If you do not want to spend money on a premium cooler, then the Igloo Ice Cube Cooler is a smart choice. The Igloo is a cube-shaped cooler with molded corner feet that offers more stability. The cooler stands out from the pack due to its mobility. It has four built-in handles and two conventional handles, which means there are plenty of ways to carry it. The cooler comes in various sizes ranging from 14 cans to 60 quarts. It also has a wheeled option with a little higher price.

These products all come from good coolers for camping . Hopefully, after going through the list, you have some clues on how to choose the most suitable cooler for your needs. Also, comment to let us know if you have other great names in mind. We would be glad to see it.

Dernière modification par LenaLoyd: 4 nov 2020 - 04:57

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Salutations,
Un petit passage par le sujet présentation du forum serait bienvenu. icon_wink.gif
Certains marquent les brins de leurs cannes par un trait une fois parfaitement emboîtés. Comme ça plus facile de remettre quand ça bouge e alignant les deux traits pour n'en retrouver qu'un. Car ça bougera. icon_mrgreen.gif
Autrement il te reste le choix de t'acheter une monobrin icon_rolleyes.gif
Ou changer ton seuil de tolérance à l'imperfection par l'hypnose kermit.gif icon_lol.gif

Dernière modification par FatSad: 27 juin 2020 - 07:14
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Certaines cannes sont directement équipées de repères, d'autres non. Ce n'est pas très utile, au final on fini quand même par vérifier l'alignement des anneaux, en tout cas "on" c'est moi, car je ne me fie pas aux repères..

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