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Old 05-11-2007, 03:59 PM
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Cooler Guy,
Can you explain the benefits of your product over say this one?
http://polarbearcoolers.com/24_pack.htm
I would like to hear your opnion on how the insulation values, construction etc. are different.
Removable liner, handle construction, warranty against leaking etc.
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Old 05-11-2007, 04:08 PM
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Used my cooler all weekend at the OSO Races in Pickwick, Tn. Other people commented on how much they liked it. Never leaked once. Brian, do I get a commision on any referals? Great cooler!! KennyO, what are you doing with 80# of beer in your cooler? I thought you were trying to get rid of the BEER GUT so that the boat would break the 90 mph mark.
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Old 05-11-2007, 05:50 PM
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Cooler Guy,
Can you explain the benefits of your product over say this one?
http://polarbearcoolers.com/24_pack.htm
I would like to hear your opnion on how the insulation values, construction etc. are different.
Removable liner, handle construction, warranty against leaking etc.
Thanks,
I've never used one of those coolers before so I can't say it doesn't work as well. But I know we use a different liner then they do and ours works pretty well. We use 3/4 of an inch of high density insulation. I'm not sure how think they're insulation is.
I know 85% of our customers are boaters. We cater to the boaters and make our coolers work for the boaters.
I'm not going to put down they're cooler, but i will say Our coolers ROCK! and I'll back it up!
Plus ours are made in the USA!!!!! and I test by beers dailey to make sure our coolers are working!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 05-15-2007, 02:27 PM
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My test lasted about 2.5 days and there was still ice, thumbs up....BZ
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Old 05-15-2007, 02:28 PM
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The only thing I don't like is you don't know if you're out of beer! I couldn't tell unless I ran my arm all around in the ice! Damn beer thieves.
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After reading these posts for a couple years I purchased the 3 pack at the begining of this season and I am nothing but impressed. Awesome product.
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After reading these posts for a couple years I purchased the 3 pack at the begining of this season and I am nothing but impressed. Awesome product.
We're on our second one!!! They are too easy, convenient and they keep ice for a few days and with all the convenience, why not own one?

(hmmm, I should be a spokesperson for AC!!! )
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I have had one for several years, very happy with it...
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