Stanley Adventure Cooler
Long weekends with the family, road trips with the crew, endless nights in the garage, whatever the adventure, your food and drinks stay cold for four days with the Stanley 30-qt. Adventure Cooler. Extra height to accommodate two-liters, long necks, fifths, and magnums means all your everyday needs and luxuries are protected by durable, leak-free construction. Close it up and use the top as a table, step stool, or just to take a load off.
- 10-can capacity
- Limited lifetime warranty
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Stanley Adventure Cooler is rated out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Meesh from Amazing features! I really loved using this product! It was super sturdy and strong - perfect for transporting everything I need whether it's for camping or keeping some beers cool at a party. The latches that you secure the lid with make this thing essentially spill proof even if it is turned upsidedown. I used this cooler for an event in town that I had to keep beverages cold for several hours and the ice stayed frozen all day! Truly impressive - any other cooler would not have kept my beverages cold for that long. One final note: the color is classic and timeless. I would definitely recommend this product to my friends.
Date published: 2016-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by campgirl from Well built, the right dimensions, keeps food cold! Love this new Stanley Cooler. It is a straight forward design with no bells or whistles, which is what I really like about it. Opens easily. Nice handles for moving to / from locations. The depth is perfect for ice, plus tall bottles (like wine or milk) and plenty of room for food. We took this on a three day camping trip. I put one 5 pound block of ice in the cooler and never needed to refill. Pretty impressive. Weather was about 78-80 during the day. There is a easy pour for water and cleaning is a breeze. Thank you Stanley for another solid product that works.
Date published: 2016-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Todd from Keepin' it cold I took this on a recent trip to central Oregon swapping out my Coleman 60QT. I like the size and shape as it packs up in our car a lot easier, and forces me to be more thoughtful in what i bring. I also like the fact that it has real screw fasteners so with the right tool I could choose to pop off one or both handles if i was putting it in a boat for example. Thermals were no comparison. I put some frozen rice on the bottom and we drove for 9 hours, stopping at Smith Rock for a 3 hour hike (90F). I was amazed to come home and unpack STILL FROZEN rice and cold goods from the bottom of the cooler. Bottom line is the thermals on this are killer, that combined with the durability and thoughtful features such as a sitting platform on the lid, make it an MVP.
Date published: 2016-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by Woodsy from Great, outside and inside Is it weird to really like the handles of a cooler? Because even loaded to the gills, this is the easiest-to-handle cooler I've ever owned. Big but space-efficient handles, positive-locking latches, and a thick,sturdy lid (I'm a big dude who's caved in my fair share of seating objects) make this a great cooler for camping, sports, whatever. The thermals hold up well as well. I take cold stuff camping-with both ice and dry ice. I also finish briskets from off the smoker in it. Everything always kept nice and cold or hot. The only time I was ever disappointed was when I dumped a bag of ice in with a whole lot of room temperature beer cans and took it camping. The ice only survived about a day and a half, but I guess this thing isn't a refrigerator, too. Start cold and it stays cold.
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by DudeFromOregon from Solid. The design is tough and no-fuss. The lid is air-tight. When you open it up the first time you're met with suctioned resistance followed by a woosh of air. And it closes with a deep hearty thud. I filled it with water and tipped it upside down, rolled it on it's sides and didn't see any leaking. So far I've used this cooler a handful of times and have been very pleased. Whether I'm out on a four day weekend camping trip or keeping the adult league softball team stocked with icy brews, this cooler keeps it's cargo cold.
Date published: 2016-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by CeeStan from Very portable and perfect size for small group We've taken this cooler out for two adventures so far. The first was a two-day camping trip for two, and the second was a day trip to the river with friends. It was the perfect size for both trips. I really like that the dimensions (taller instead of wider) allow you to easily place the cooler on the back seat of a car, or if we put it in the back hatch, there is still plenty of room for the dog next to it. It kept drinks and groceries cold, and I like that it doubles as a sturdy seat. Bonus: Don't try this at home, but it does in fact float.
Date published: 2016-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by itsmelalalee99 from Best All Day Party Cooler We used our thirty quart for a fourth of July barbecue we were throwing and mean was it perfect for all of our beer. The bottles stayed cold from noon until 4:30 AM when we decided to call it a night. The ice hadn't even melted by then. It was crazy easy to drain afterwards and the handles and deep compartment made it a cinch to carry and store. Love this cooler size, shape and insulation.
Date published: 2016-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Schmancypants from ice for FOUR DAYS we recently had a cook out and invited a ton of friends over. filled one with ice, one with cold drinks. course, the party gets away from me and here comes tuesday and I've still got ice in one cooler and ice cold drinks in the other. my brain was boggled. had a friendly neighbor been keeping me drinks cold? okok, the ice cooler was about 85% water, but it was still confusing to see so much ice and cold drink 4 days later!! ah, stanley, you did it again.
Date published: 2016-12-28
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