Excursion™ 30 qt Blue Hard Cooler (3000001842) by Coleman®. When it's time to take a lunch, take it anywhere with a Coleman® 30 qt Excursion® Cooler. Large enough to hold 51 cans and tall enough to hold 2-liter bottles upright, you'll have plenty of space to pack a full meal for several people. Whether you're bringing lunch to work or heading out for an afternoon picnic, the large-grip bail handle makes getting to your destination easy, and since this cooler will keep things cold for up to 2 days, you can go farther than you think to enjoy your meal. Once you arrive, the Have-A-Seat™ lid will ensure you always have a place to sit and relax, and the cup holders molded into the lid will keep your cold drink close while you enjoy the day. When the fun is done, the EZ-Clean top wipes clean, so you're ready for your next fun adventure.
|Bottle Color: Blue|
|Cap Color: White|
|Capacity: 30 qt (51 Cans)|
- Keeps the Ice!™ - 2-day ice retention at temperatures up to 90 °F
- Added height to hold 2-liter bottles upright to help prevent spills
- Have-A-Seat™ Lid supports up to 250 lb for a place to sit and rest
- Large-grip bail handle allows for easy carrying with just one hand
- Cup holders molded into the lid keep drinks close
- EZ-Clean top uses a smoother surface that easily wipes clean
- Low CO2 insulation for reduced carbon emissions from foam manufacturing
- Made in the USA
Whether you're new to the world of camping and hiking or an experienced outdoor enthusiast, a high-quality cooler is must-have equipment if you want to keep your food fresh and tasty in hot weather. It will allow you to maintain the optimal temperature for your foodstuffs, so you can enjoy healthy food during your outdoor adventures. Depending on the type and design of the cooler, you may also need several useful accessories which will expand its functionality, allowing you to get the most out of your cooler. Wherever adventures take you, you'll stay healthy and in good mood with the right cooler and accessories.
Coleman® could see the light for the darkness. The young salesman was taking a stroll after a hard day's work selling typewriters, and spotted a new type of lamplight in a drugstore window in Brockton, Alabama. This new light burned with a strong, steady white flame and was fueled by gasoline. The standard lamp of the era burned kerosene and produced a smoky, flickering, yellowish light. W.C. was stricken with very poor eyesight, and was very interested in this new, steady white light that enabled him to read even the smallest print in books and on medicine bottles. Coleman saw potential in the new light, and through his vision a new company was born that would put America’s farms and ranches in a new light, and would eventually make his name synonymous with outdoor fun.